February 17, 2014
MOVIE COLONY BOARD MEETING MINUTES
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
2013 Fall Business/Social
Sunday, December 8, 2013 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
El Mirasol at Los Arboles Hotel, 764 N. Indian Canyon Drive
An opportunity for those of you who are paid up members of the Movie Colony Neighborhood Association
to meet the Mayor & City Council & Socialize with your neighbors.
To be a member you may make your contribution of $50.00, covering the calendar year 2014, before
November 10 by mailing to Movie colony, P.O. Box 1005, Palm Springs, CA 92263.
If you are planning on attending RSVP to Tee Jones at (760) 327-1627.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Neighborhood Blade Signs Installed in Palm Springs!
The purchase and installation of The Movie Colony Topper Blade signs is an ongoing project.
It is possible for individuals to continue with private orders. Blade Signs can only be installed atop an
already existing street sign. The price for each sign is $166.32.
TO ORDER: Contact Ken Feenstra at
or 760-325-3461. We're happy that you like them!
A total of 12 brand new blade “sign toppers” identifying the Movie Colony neighborhood were permanently
installed this week in Palm Springs – and additional sign toppers will soon be installed in the City’s
El Mirador and Mesa neighborhoods!
The City Council approved the sign toppers last December following a successful pilot program in The Movie
Colony and El Mirador neighborhoods.
“The signs are double-sided aluminium blades that resemble street signs with mountain peaks at the top,” said
Lee Husfeldt, the City’s director of neighborhoods and community relations.
Husfeldt noted that each neighborhood worked with a template and designed their own sign -- choosing their
lettering, colors and logos. In addition, each neighborhood paid for their own signs and brackets.
“The neighborhood organizations have a lot of pride and are very excited about the new sign toppers,” she said.
“It’s not only a way to showcase where they live, but also a great example of what can be accomplished when
neighbors work together.”