Welcome to the official site for the Little Beverly Hills Neighborhood Organization located in beautiful and historic Palm Springs, California.
Our neighborhood is one of the smallest complete modernism neighborhoods in Southern California with homes having been built between 1957 and 1958. Steeped in history, our neighborhood includes developers Alexander Construction Company and SonGold Land Development Company, builder Jack Meiselman and architects William Krisel, AIA, Richard Leitch, FAIA and Hugh Kaptur, AIA.
Originally named Ramon Rise Estates, the Little Beverly Hills neighborhood earned its current name from enterprising real estate marketers in the 1990s and onwards, since most of the street names are identical to famous streets in Beverly Hills. The boundaries of the neighborhood are Ramon Road to the north, El Cielo Road to the east, Sunny Dunes Road to the south and Compadre Road to the west. Half of the neighborhood's boundaries includes frontage to the Prescott Preserve operated by Oswit Land Trust.
The Little Beverly Hills Neighborhood Organization is a group of neighbors organized to address a range of issues for the purpose of maintaining and improving the livability and character of the Little Beverly Hills neighborhood by encouraging neighborhood identity and participation. The Little Beverly Hills Neighborhood Organization also facilitates communication with the City of Palm Springs through its active involvement as an officially recognized Neighborhood Organization and member of Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (“ONE-PS”). The Little Beverly Hills Neighborhood Organization is not an HOA and does not impose restrictions on individual properties.
This website is intended to serve residents and owners who are Members of the Little Beverly Hills Neighborhood Organization. Friends and visitors are also welcome to learn about our community and our interesting history.
Little Beverly Hills Neighborhood Organization is a California Domestic Nonprofit Corporation (C3909308).
Our neighborhood organization is led by a volunteer board of directors elected by residents at our annual meeting in May. The primary roles of the board are to foster community in the neighborhood and represent the neighborhood's interests to the city through One-PS.
The board consists of the president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and communications officer.
Light fills the homes in Little Beverly Hills through the use of glass including glass doors, sliders and clerestory windows.
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