With Stanford University proposing a major expansion and growth plan for the next 20 years, now is the critical time to speak up and express your views on how this expansion will affect your neighborhood and our entire quality of life in Palo Alto.
The Palo Alto City Council voted 5-4 to adopt the PASZ initiative to cap office development citywide at 850,000 square feet rather than sending it to voters on the November ballot.
The next Connecting Palo Alto community meeting on rail grade separation will take place Thursday, August 23rd from 6-8 p.m.
On July 25th he Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission will discuss whether to end the Downtown Development Cap, a 32-year old law limiting new hotels, offices, and other nonresidential growth downtown.
We will be holding a special “all-hands-on-deck” PASZ General Meeting next week!. Discussion will center on a proposed plan to launch an Initiative for the Fall 2018 election regarding non-residential growth in the City of Palo Alto.
At the Public Hearings held on October 23 and October 30, 2017, the Palo Alto City Council considered the Planning & Transportation Commission’s recommendations in order to provide direction to Staff, and certify the Final EIR. Due to a large number of public comments and discussions, this item was continued to the November 13th Council meeting at 6PM.[Read more…]