The North Palm Springs Solar IV project is a 24-acre, utility-scale solar facility. This solar project required a Conditional Use Permit (CUP), right-of-way dedications, slope easements, and an encroachment license from the City of Palm Springs. One of the primary project challenges was that the site is bifurcated by a regional drainage facility, the Garnet Wash, that can experience up to 5,000 cfs of 100-year storm flow, and is within an existing floodplain. Site constraints included the jurisdictional delineation of the wash, adjacent utility easements with overhead and underground facilities, and a nearby wind farm with existing wind turbine generators. Connection to an off-site Southern California Edison (SCE) substation created additional challenges, requiring coordination with SCE, The City of Palm Springs, and adjacent property owners.