Robolights, the popular Christmas light attraction in Palm Springs, is back for another holiday season.
The art light display, created by Kenny Irwin Jr. at a residence on 1077 East Granvia Valmonte, has received worldwide attention for nearly two decades.
The city of Palm Springs told KESQ News Channel 3 and CBS Local 2 that all the inspections and paperwork have been completed, ensuring the property and lights are up to code.
According to Palms Springs City Attorney, Edward Kotkin, disturbance issues have been discussed beforehand with neighbors. “Traffic and parking restrictions, and litter, noise and sanitation controls have been discussed with Mr. Irwin’s neighbors, and are in place with respect to the event,” said Kotkin.
Irwin has faced legal issues with the city before. In 2016 , a judge denied a request from the city to bar residents from entering the Robolights property, which would have made the holiday attraction off limits until its owner removed two structures deemed unsafe by the city.
The Christmas lights display remained open to the public.
If you would like to check out Robolights, it will be open from Nov. 22 through Jan.8.
It is open seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
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