Eco-Friendly Moving Tips

A big part of being eco-friendly is about reusing materials that you already have, recycling objects you no long need, and minimizing the total number of things you need. When it comes to moving, being eco-friendly not only saves the environment, it also saves you money.

Palm Springs is an environmentally conscious city, and you can see that in its dedication to wind power. The San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm contains 4,000 turbines and supplies electricity to the entire Coachella Valley. So, join the green spirit of Palm Springs and consider these eco-friendly moving tips.

Save On Packing Materials

Once they decide they're moving, one of the first things people do is take a trip to the store to pick up cardboard boxes, packing peanuts, and…

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Palm Springs Music Festivals

The Palm Springs lifestyle appeals to home buyers of all kinds. Whether you love modern architecture, avant-garde art, fine dining, hiking the San Jacinto Mountains, or being a part of a vibrant and engaged community, there is no shortage of things to enjoy in Palm Springs.

The season of music festivals and fun is just about to start rolling in through the warm summer months and into the fall. Keep an eye out for two of Coachella Valley's biggest musical events coming up.

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

As every resident of Palm Springs knows, one of the nation's hottest music weekends is hitting off Friday April 14, 2017 in the city of Indio, half an hour south of Palm Springs. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival dates back…

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Palm Springs Neighborhoods If You Love To Hike

Nestled in the valley adjacent to the San Jacinto Mountains, it comes as no surprise that the city of Palm Springs is on the cusp of an incredible network of hiking trails and natural marvels. Petticoat palms, red rock formations, and Native American art make the area well worth exploring. With spring temperatures rising and the sun shining, there's never been a better time to strap on a pair of good shoes and go for a hike.

These are the top neighborhoods to live in if you love to hike:

Indian Canyons

The Palm Springs neighborhood of Indian Canyons is one of the finest golf communities in the city. This subdivision is located on the city's southernmost frontier and is framed between well-watered fairways and mountainous ridges. Residents of…

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