The City operates an animal shelter for stray animals. The citizens of Needles and the Tri-State area are encouraged to adopt these animals.
It has been proved that the best way to combat euthanasia is through spay/neuter. The only way to save the lives of animals in Needles and the Tri-State area is to promote responsible pet ownership and stop unwanted litters.
Be part of the solution and have your pet spayed or neutered!
So please spread the word and share our links with your family and friends.
Our mission is to decrease euthanasia, decrease preventable diseases through vaccination and to provide a better quality of life for all animals in our community.
The City of Needles is proud to provide a public transit system. Needles Area Transit (NAT), serves the citizens of Needles with affordable transportation within the City. Whether traveling to work, shopping, medical appointments, lunch, government offices, recreation facilities, or a friend’s house, NAT can take you where you want to go.
Riding the N.A.T. is a bargain as well as a pleasure. Low fares and convenient, comfortable buses equipped with wheelchair lifts and NOW bicycle racks make NAT an enjoyable and efficient travel choice. Fixed Routes and Deviations by Request are Available
NEEDLES REGIONAL MUSEUM
The Needles Regional Museum is located at 929 Front Street and contains memorabilia from throughout our colorful history. The all-volunteer staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have and you may wish to browse through the Community Thrift Store next door which supports the Museum financially. Their winter hours are 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. The Museum and the Thrift Store close the 2nd week in June and open on or around Labor Day weekend. Please contact the Museum by calling 760-326-5678 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. During the summer you may contact a docent at either 760-326-4008 or 760-217-3559 if you wish to make a donation to either the Museum or Thrift Store or request a private tour of the Museum.
The Needles Youth Development and Education Foundation is a non-profit organization, 501-C3, organized in 1996 to benefit the youth of Needles and its surrounding communities. Committees include: Needles High School Music and Drama, Dance Trax-51, NHS Scholarship, Little League Field of Dreams, Friends of Needles Theater, Friends of Needles Centennial, NMS Boosters, 2K4″R”KIDS.