Indian Canyons Neighborhood Organization
Our mission statement
The purpose of the Indian Canyons Neighborhood Organization is to foster an environment of communication between the City of Palm Springs, the Agua Caliente Indian Tribe and residents of the Indian Canyon neighborhood, with a view toward maintaining, promoting and enhancing the natural beauty, serenity and allure of our unique neighborhood, which is characterized by the distinctive architecture located there, but also the quality of life the residents enjoy living within the boundaries of ICNO.
The residents of the Indian Canyons Neighborhood Organization take great pride in the creation of this organization and its Mission Statement.
Once the exclusive domain of the Agua Caliente Indians, development began on the Indian Canyons Neighborhood in the early 1960s and the first golfers teed off at the Canyon Country Club golf course in October 1962. The iconic clubhouse was designed by famed architects Donald Wexler and Ric Harrison. The Canyon Country Club, now known as the Indian Canyons North Course, was the first 18-hole golf course in Palm Springs. (The O’Donnell golf course, also located within Palm Springs city limits, dates from the 1920s but is a 9-hole course.)
The allure of the Indian Canyons Neighborhood, then and now, is our location in the wind-free south end.
Some of the projects and activities our team is working on.
For 2024, tour seven (7) magnificent custom homes of Indian Canyons Neighborhood known for its distinctive mid-century modern architects such as Dan Palmer, William Krisel, Stan Sackley, Charles DuBois and others. Tickets are currently on sale here!
This event occurs yearly in September on the Indian Canyons North Golf Course and has been a hit. It’s a great opportunity for you to support your community and a fantastic networking and social event! Cost is typically around $25.
Look for information for the next upcoming event in 2024.