Permit Information - Desert Hot Springs - Coachella Valley

Description

Desert Hot Springs is one of eight communities that comprise the Palm Springs Desert Resorts, an area famous for its clear skies and year-round mild climate, world-class amenities and scenic natural beauty. These communities are located in Riverside County in an area known as the Coachella Valley just 120 miles east of Los Angeles on Interstate 10. Desert Hot Springs doubles as 1940's-1960's Las Vegas with good period architecture. Other locations include Cabot's Old Indian Pueblo museum and hot mineral spring resorts including the resort with mud baths featured in "The Player".


Type: City Umbrella Agency: Riverside County


Contact
Taschner, Scott
Senior Planner, City of Desert Hot Springs
65-950 Pierson Blvd., Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
760.329.6411 x 256 phone 1
staschner@cityofdhs.org
http://www.cityofdhs.org/Filming_in_Desert_Hot_Springs
http://iefilmpermits.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DHS_Permit-WEB.pdf

Comment

pdated 5.23.2011 clr / 8.6.2014 lm / 12.8.2015 lb / 8.20.2019 lm

5 Locations

Location ID Address
Cabots Pueblo Museum 10090161 67616 Desert View Ave, Desert Hot Springs, CA
Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel 1934 10805 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs, CA
Dillon Road 6300 Dillon Road at the Intersection of Thousand Palms Canyon Rd, Desert Hot Springs, CA
Miracle Springs Resort and Spa 2137 10625 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs, CA
Sgt Hodge Skate Park - Desert Hot Springs 7399 11777 West Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA