At the mouth of the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree National Park, and the Mojave Preserve, lays the town of Twentynine Palms, CA. The small desert community, an artists’ enclave for decades, renowned for its murals and stunning natural beauty, recently approved plans to substantially improve the face of the town. Business owners along a main corollary of the town, Adobe Road, will be able to apply for funds to make substantial improvements, such as repainting or acquiring new monument signs, thanks to the city’s Community Reinvestment Program.
The funds will not be available to any businesses currently under construction, improvements that were already required by city regulations, or retroactively for work completed prior to the launch of the program (April 14, 2014). Potential upgrades include: