The Palm Springs City Council District 4 seat will become vacant if the current office-holder, Christy Holstege is elected to the California State Assembly on November 8, 2022. The City Council will then appoint someone to fill the rest of the term, approximately two years (until November 30, 2024), OR the City Council will call a special election to fill the seat.
Joe Jackson is ready to serve as your next Council Member, whichever option is chosen.
Why Does Joe Want to Serve on the Palm Springs City Council?
The City of Palm Springs is unique in the Coachella Valley: we have an iconic downtown, exceptional recreational opportunities, fabulous restaurants, the international airport, and our own convention center. But even more importantly, we have talented and engaged residents who contribute to our quality of life. Palm Springs is a great City, and Joe wants to serve on Council to preserve our “brand” and make it even better.
For over twenty years, Joe has been a part of the fabric of this community as a property owner, resident, City Commissioner, and non-profit board member. As he prepares to join City Council when the District 4 vacancy occurs, he plans to have a number of listening sessions to hear from our citizens about the issues that affect our daily life. Joe wants to LISTEN, and LEARN, to be even more ready to LEAD.
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The City of Palm Springs, CA
Issues Joe Cares About
Short Term Rentals
Monitor short-term rentals and enforcement. Examine density issues in order to maintain a high quality of neighborhood life.
Accelerate solutions for the homeless of Palm Springs as the City creates the new navigation center. Increase affordable housing units.
Upgrade the City Permit Office to conduct more plan reviews in-house to issue permits faster.
City Hall Hours
Initiate a process to re-open City Hall on Fridays for the convenience of Palm Springs residents.
College of the Desert
Continue to pursue negotiations with College of the Desert to build the West Valley Campus in Palm Springs.
Business & Residential Development
• Be a business-friendly City.• Encourage walkability in neighborhoods and the central business district.• Preserve open space for the enjoyment of City residents and visitors.
What Others Say About Joe
“Joe will bring to Council a passionate commitment to our environment and a proven track record of working with Commission members, elected officials, and City employees to make Palm Springs a better place to live and work. I strongly endorse Joe to succeed Christy on the Palm Springs City Council.”
Former Sustainability Commission member
“Joe’s dedication to his community and public service speaks volumes of his character. His attention to detail and thoroughness will undoubtedly be an asset to any positon he holds.”
President, Cedarpines Park Mutual Water Company
“Joe Jackson is an engaged and energetic Palm Springs resident— an effective neighborhood advocate and a leader for sustainability in our community.”
Former Measure J Commissioner and PFLAG Leader
“Joe’s commitment to overall community health and wellness, whether it be pedestrian and cycling safety, or the many environmental needs in our city, are key indicators of his resolve to make Palm Springs a leader in sustainability within the Coachella Valley.”
Former Chair, Sustainability Commission, PS Cycling Advocate
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