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City Priorities: Council will hold its annual retreat to discuss and approve Palo Alto's annual priorities. Beginning at 8:30 am (Mitchell Park Community Center). Residents are welcome to come and speak directly to the Council. Come and voice your concerns over the massive commercial growth in our community and the need to focus on traffic and congestion.Find out more »
Housing: Council will consider a proposed Housing Work Plan for 2018-2019 and refer elements to the Planning & Transportation Commission for preparation of related zoning ordinance(s). The Evergreen Park/Mayfield Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP) will be discussed, including possibly allowing more commercial permits. The whole purpose for a RPPP is to reduce commercial use, not increase it. We encourage our members to support the neighborhood and voice their desire to have residents control their own neighborhood streets, not businesses.Find out more »
Paid Parking: The Council Finance Committee will review and provide input on a phased implementation plan for the Downtown Parking Management Study recommendations. Tentative, TBD.Find out more »
We will be holding a special "all-hands-on-deck" PASZ General Meeting next week!. We know it is short notice, but we encourage all who are dedicated to PASZ's key principles and goals of sensible zoning to attend. 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. If this concerns you and you are a PASZ member, you should come prepared to help and assist…Find out more »
Please join Tom next Sunday, August 19th from 1 - 3 PM in Hoover Park (2901 Cowper St) for his Campaign Kickoff party.
There will be food, drinks, good company and a few speakers. Come learn about his priorities and why he'd like to serve you for another four years on the Council.
Sunday, August 26, 2018 2pm -3:30pm Robles Park (4116 Park Blvd, between West Meadow and Charleston)
Guest speaker: Todd Collins, Palo Alto School Board. Come hear about Eric's priorities and why he’d like to work for you for a second term on the Council.
The Palo Alto Unified School District and the City of Palo Alto invite you to kick off an exciting co-design process to envision a new future for Cubberley Community Center that will also create the potential for a future school on the site. Members of the community—you!—are essential to the co-design process. Interactive exercises and activities will be used to gather ideas and information about what you view as the needs, goals, and opportunities for Cubberley. We have partnered with…Find out more »
Stop the Loss of Local Control! There are current proposals before our state legislature (SB 50 and the CASA Compact) that are major threats to local zoning authority in Palo Alto and throughout the state. These proposals would impose dense zoning mandates throughout Palo Alto. Come and Hear: Susan Kirsch Founder, Livable California a non-profit, advocacy organization that believes in local control and governance Dennis Richards San Francisco Planning Commission Doria Summa Palo Alto Planning & Transportation Commission Stop…Find out more »
Critical City Council Meeting Monday, May 6th -- Speak OUT Against SB 50 This coming Monday, May 6th, 5:00 p.m. the Palo Alto City Council is holding a special joint session with the Menlo Park and East Palo Alto City Councils -- focused on SB 50 and other proposed state-mandated legislation that would destroy local zoning control and radically change our family residential neighborhoods forever! We ask everyone, who can come, to please show up at the Council Chambers on…Find out more »
JOIN US! Saturday, June 8th 10 a.m. – 12:00 Noon Corner of Embarcadero Rd & El Camino Real (by Town & Country Vlllage) Our local zoning control – which impacts your neighborhood — is under attack by Sacramento politicians and greedy developers! State politicians and their rich developer friends are working hard to undermine all local governments and the rights of its residents in having a say in the future of their City! State legislation, like SB 50 and SB…Find out more »