Thousand Palms California

Thousand Palms California

Thousand Palms

Thousand Palms is one of a few census-designated places (CDP) in the Coachella Valley of Riverside County. During the census of 2010, the population was 7,715, an increase from 5,120 at the 2000 census. Thousand Palms borders the cities of Rancho Murage and Palm Desert. According to the CDP, the town has a total area of 23.6 square miles.


In 1913 the location had a post office called Edom. The post office has been moved in 1938 and later was renamed to Thousand Palms in 1939.


Thousand Palms is in the desert, so they barely get any rain. Annually they reach about 5 inches of rain. The US averages 38 inches of rain annually. July is the hottest month for Thousand Palms with an average high temperature of 107 degrees Fahrenheit, making it one of the hottest places to live in California. December is the coldest month in Thousand Palms with nighttime temperatures that average 44 degrees Fahrenheit making it warmer than most places in California.


Thousand Palms residents experience 274 sunny days per year when the rest of the US averages 205 days. Thousand Palms has over 100 days that go above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes it one of the hottest places in California. Residents have to stay in hiding from the sun and they always look for ways to stay comfortable in a cool space. Keeping a home cool can be pricey for residents of Thousand Palms. But a few home improvements can make any home energy-efficient, more relaxed, spacious and more beautiful!


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