Promises Made, Promises Kept Fits Newly Elected Council Member

PALM SPRINGS — During the 2022 City Council election, Jeffrey Bernstein vowed that if elected, he would hold public listening meetings. He has kept his promise.

Bernstein, elected to represent District 2, is preparing to hold his inaugural community meeting on Wednesday, May 31 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Vista del Monte Elementary School, 2744 N. Vía Miraleste.

Due to limited capacity at the school, this meeting is limited to District 2 residents.  Please RSVP so we he has a count, as the room has a capacity limit.

American Sign Language interpretation will be available.

The focus will be to give residents city updates and to update them on his goals for this year and beyond.

“Most importantly, I want to hear your questions, about your issues, concerns and suggestions,” Bermstein wrote in his invitation. “Most importantly, let’s work together to do all we can do to make Palm Springs the best it can be.”

Bernstein held multiple community meetings during the run-up to the election. Some were held via zoom, some were held in person.

Bernstein bested Renee Brown for the seat on the City Council. He now serves as mayor pro tem. His term expires in December 2026.

If he seeks re-election, he could have a ready-made campaign slogan, “Promises made, promises kept.”





Image Sources

  • Jeffrey Bernstein: Jeffrey Bernstein