You ask why PON still has filed a lawsuit against the City of Palm Springs. Start your journey of neighborhoods here first (red dots are permitted STRs):
See you in court, City of Palm Springs. PON filed suit against the City of Palm Springs in 2017. (Donate here)
After donating at PayPal site, push the back browser button to return to the PON website.
For your latest STR Map, click here.
Got a problem? Want the city to investigate?
Link to Over Limit Citations, that should be on the suspended STR list.
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Protect Our Neighborhoods (PON) is a California Non-Profit Mutual Benefit Organization dedicated to advocating on behalf of Palm Springs residents negatively affected by the explosion of short-term vacation rentals. It is staffed on volunteer basis by full-time Palm Springs residents. (CA Corp. #3940372)
Protect Our Neighborhoods (PON) is a Palm-Springs grassroots organization formed in 2013 to give a voice to residents negatively affected by short-term vacation rentals.
Our organization is thrilled that Palm Springs is a vacation destination of choice for so many from around the world, and that we have a thriving tourism-based economy. At the same time, we also have real neighborhoods where real people live.
In order for vacation rentals and neighborhoods to peacefully coexist, there needs to be a balanced approach to oversight, objective enforcement, and adherence to our Zoning Code. That is the combination that comprises good public policy.
They now are on the PS City website here.