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A flower blossoms for its own joy.

— Oscar Wilde

Hello Neighbor,


Wow, there is a lot happening in Palm Springs this month! As you dash from one event to the next, be sure to take some time to slow down and enjoy the scenery, including the gorgeous green mountains (yes, green!) and colorful wildflowers, particularly the dark pink verbena covering vacant lots and open spaces all over town. As many Deepwell neighbors know, late winter/early spring is a great time to focus on our own gardens, planting, trimming, nurturing and growing. This Saturday is our annual "spring" Plant Swap, where you can bring plants and cuttings to exchange with neighbors. Details are below, along with some other handy information, including how to join our new Deepwell FaceBook group, and the upcoming Palm Springs Police Department Town Hall.


We want to thank everyone who helped put together our 2024 annual meeting on February 3rd. It was a fun and information-packed meeting. If you missed it, or just want to relive the fun, you can check out the minutes here.


Speaking of thanks, our heartfelt gratitude to outgoing DENO board member Tim Hohmeier for his many years of service. Tim has served for more than two decades on the board, wearing a variety of hats, and we are so grateful for his leadership, guidance, and wise counsel.


We are delighted to welcome a new neighbor to the board this month, Rosemary Humphrey. Rosemary grew up in Palm Springs, her parents having moved to the desert in 1949. She and her husband Dave live in Rosemary's childhood home on Cactus, which her parents built in 1956.


Stay tuned for more information on upcoming events. Hope to see you at the Plant Swap!


The Board of Advisors

Deepwell Estates Neighborhood Organization

Deepwell Current News: About Us

The Palm Springs Police Department Facilitates Community Engagement with Series of Neighborhood Town Hall Meetings

(note, Deepwell is in the South District).


The Palm Springs Police Department is pleased to announce a series of four Neighborhood Town Hall Meetings, inviting residents, businesses, and community stakeholders to join us for a progress update, while participating in setting priorities for the next two years.


These specially designed sessions are scheduled for February 26th-29th, aimed at fostering a constructive dialogue and providing a platform for the community to discuss chronic issues and actively participate in the problem-solving process.


Residents and businesses are strongly encouraged to attend the session nearest to them, where each meeting will be facilitated by Police Chief Andy Mills and PSPD Command Staff. These sessions will outline public safety priorities and propose effective solution strategies.


The Palm Springs Police Department is committed to analyzing crime maps, patterns in criminal data, and service calls. By combining practical experience with insights from academic research, the department is dedicated to implementing evidence-based strategies to effectively reduce, manage, and control crime.

Committed to fostering collaboration and communication, the department actively engages with residents, businesses, and stakeholders to ensure public safety and enhance the overall quality of life in Palm Springs.

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The series of meetings are scheduled as follows:

NORTH DISTRICT: Monday, February 26th, 4:30 to 5:30 pm, Raymond Cree Middle School Cafeteria, 1011 E. VISTA CHINO

BUSINESS DISTRICT: Tuesday, February 27th, 11:00 to Noon, Convention Center East Lawn, 277 N. Avenida Caballeros

CENTRAL DISTRICT, Wednesday February 28th, 5:30 to 6:30 pm, Hilton, Tapestry Room, 400 E Tahquitz Way

SOUTH DISTRICT, Thursday, February 29th, 4:00 to 5:00 pm, Indian Canyons Golf Resort South Clubhouse, 1097 E. Murray Canyon

Palm Springs Police Dept. 
Neighborhood Town Hall

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