The Old Las Palmas Neighborhood Organization (OLPNO) was formed in 2005 and is a recognized neighborhood organization of Palm Springs (Ordinance No. 1666). The purpose of the organization is to enhance the quality of life in Old Las Palmas by maintaining regular and relevant communications with the neighborhood’s residents regarding actions and programs of the City of Palm Springs and other governmental entities to enable the residents to be better informed about their community.
The Old Las Palmas Neighborhood Organization also undertakes the development and implementation of projects to improve the beauty and safety of the neighborhood for the benefit of all residents. In addition to regular communication, OLPNO meets twice each year, usually at the O’Donnell Golf Club for an OLPNO update and socialization. It’s a great way to get to know your neighbors and meet others who have chosen to live in Old Las Palmas. If you are not yet a member, or haven’t yet renewed your membership this year, click on the links to do so! Or use the link below to make your contribution online. As a member, we also hope you will be an ambassador for the organization. Talk to your neighbors and encourage them to join OLPNO and get involved.
Download the Bylaws [Revised November 11, 2020].
Benefits of Old Las Palmas Neighborhood Organization Membership
- Provides a forum to meet your neighbors through community meetings and events.
- Works to improve the quality of life for OLP residents through the Security, Beautification, and other committees.
- Advocates for OLP at ONE-PS and the City of Palm Springs