Dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of the
La Quinta Cove, improving our neighborhood,
it's safety and quality of life.
La Quinta Cove, with its wrap-around mountain views and starry night skies, is the best place to live in the Coachella Valley. And of course we’re not biased.
La Quinta’s transformation over the last few years has enhanced our desert neighborhood, improved property values, and increased the desirability to establish residence here. While new home construction and upgrading by current homeowners are on the rise in La Quinta, the La Quinta Cove retains a diversity and sense of community that is second to none. Although City ordinances are enforced, there is ample freedom for residents to express themselves creatively with landscape designs and home styles, which range from Santa Fe Pueblo to Mid-Century Modern to Mediterranean architecture.
While La Quinta Cove includes some of the valley’s most exclusive and luxurious private country clubs and gated communities, the La Quinta Cove neighborhood offers some of the valley's finest views of the Santa Rosa Mountains. In addition, La Quinta’s Dark Sky Ordinance ensures that starry nights will always shine brightly for all to enjoy.
The Cove offers quick access to recreational areas including several city parks, rugged mountain trails, and the Fred Wolff Bear Creek Nature Preserve. Sunset Magazine has rated the hikes on our Cove trails #1 in the nation several times.
It is hard to live in the Cove and not be inspired. That is why the Cove has attracted award-winning architects, artists, designers, musicians, and chefs who’ve made their home here. If fashionable homes and great views aren’t enough, a variety of casual and elegant restaurants are close at hand in Old Town La Quinta. A system of golf cart lanes and bicycles paths makes getting around the Cove even more fun.
As a practical matter, La Quinta is located in the Imperial Irrigation District, which offers the lowest electrical utility rates in the Coachella Valley.
Amenities in La Quinta include the municipal SilverRock Golf Course (designed by Arnold Palmer), the La Quinta Library, the La Quinta Museum, the shops and restaurants of Old Town, and our beautiful City Parks. The Cove’s youngest residents have access to excellent public schools right here in La Quinta as part of the award-winning Desert Sands Unified School District. At the north entrance to the Cove is the world-renowned destination, The La Quinta Resort and Spa.
"Desert Legacy" by Marie Barbera. Located at the roundabout at Ave. Sinaloa & Eisenhower Dr.
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