The City of Palm Desert | Resident Card
Palm Desert is More Than a Destination, It’s a State of Mind
Steeped in Native American history, contemporary Palm Desert pulses with creative energy. The world’s finest resorts, spas, and golf courses are all right here ensuring a great escape for locals and visitors alike. For more information on Palm Desert’s unique community, we welcome you to visit http://www.palm-desert.org
How do I obtain my Palm Desert Resident Card?
Palm Desert Resident cards are available from the Coachella Valley Recreation and Park District, located at 43-900 San Pablo Avenue in Palm Desert (760) 568-9697 (directly opposite the College of the Desert baseball field and behind the City Dog park area).
The following is taken from the Guidelines and Rules Governing Use pamphlet as outlined by the City of Palm Desert:
“A person must have a valid California Drivers License (CDL) with a Palm Desert address (physical address), must live within Palm Desert City limits and a current utility bill (a non-commercial property). The utility bill must have the resident’s name and Palm Desert service address listed. Those applicants who do not have a valid CDL with a Palm Desert address may prove residency by obtaining an official California Identification Card (CID) issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) with a Palm Desert physical address and a current utility bill. Both the identification and utility bill must have the same name and address listed. No exception to the above proof of residency will be accepted.
Proof required by the DMV to obtain a California Identification Card may vary depending on the circumstances. However, the basic information required is a birth certificate (certified copy)/legal presence document (passport) and your social security card. If you are not required to obtain a society security number, then a letter of denial from the SS office must be provided.” Click here for more information.