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Why Vote YES on Measure A?

Vote YES on A to:

  • Restores quality of Life to La Quinta neighborhoods

  • Protects your homeowner rights, quality of life, safety and neighborhood

  • Preserves La Quinta’s iconic neighborhoods for future generations

  • Stop outside investors from monetizing our residential neighborhoods.

  • Vacation Rentals in TC zones & Residents in Residential zones

  • Residents are no longer first responders to infractions & noise complaints

  Why a Ballot Initiative?

Our City Council has taken no significant steps to restore safety and quality of life to residents in residential zoned communities leaving N4N no other option than a ballot initiative.

 

N4N has done our due diligence on behalf of the residents of La Quinta. We studied STVRs in La Quinta, looked at what other cities are doing, hosted a website to allow residents a forum to voice opinions. N4N conducted the most robust credible Survey ever done in La Quinta and submitted to City Council a comprehensive report, "Vision for La Quinta" recommending resident focused solutions.

 

Most importantly, we talked to the people. The residents are clear: they want neighbors in our neighborhoods, not unsecured, non-supervised rentals.

 

Despite the N4N's findings, City Council didn’t listen. It's time to act. The best solution is to let the community speak by direct vote, which means a ballot initiative. 

In order to qualify for a ballot initiative, we must gather 3,000 signatures from La Quinta voters. That’s a monumental task, and we need your help!

Read more...Why a Ballot Initiative

History of La Quinta STVR Program

Why hasn't the City restored Quality of Life

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  The Petition Signatures have been Submitted!

We have the signatures we needed, in fact far more than we need!  On April 21, 2022 we submitted the petition with the La Quinta city elections official to qualify our initiative for the November election ballot. Signatures from each of the 104 La Quinta residential communities were collected by more than 60 volunteers in less than 3 months.

Signatures of 2,448 La Quinta registered voters are required to qualify the proposed initiative for the November ballot. N4N submitted 3,664 signatures.  With more than 1,200 signatures above the level to qualify the initiative, N4N felt the broad base support for the initiative is effectively demonstrated.  

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Sign the Petition Initiative Kick Off  

N4N of La Quinta kicked off a petition drive February 10th to get an Initiative Measure on the November ballot that would ask residents whether the city should phase out most short-term vacation rental properties in residential neighborhoods by Dec. 31, 2024.

“We want the ability to vote on this issue,” N4N member Edie Hylton said.

More than 40 people attended a press conference held by representatives of “Neighbors for Neighborhoods La Quinta,” or N4N. Many were holding red and white signs that read: “Save Our Neighborhoods. Save Our City. Sign the Petition.”