Dear Residents, The City has put in place Stage 2 water shortage emergency conditions. See below for the new rules. Please try to conserve our water in the present drought situation that could continue for a long time. Thanks, David Lewis, Chair, … Continue reading →
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Mountain View History by Susanne Martinez The 1876 map of Mountain View shows a plot of land in our Old Mountain View neighborhood running from Castro to Calderon bordered by El Camino and Church Street owned by a man named … Continue reading →
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Cooking Fires in Residential Buildings by Robert Maitland From 2017 to 2019, cooking was the leading cause of all residential building fires and accounted for 51 percent of all residential building fires responded to by fire departments across the county. … Continue reading →
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by Joan Thunderbuilt The OMVNA Steering Committee is developing community-building events and this spring they launched two inaugural events. The Chalk It Up to Spring chalk party in Mercy-Bush Park and the Neighborhood Egg Crawl. Both events were fun and … Continue reading →
by Susanne Martinez Have you ever wondered how some of the streets in Old Mountain View were laid out? In the late 1800s, much of the area we know today as Old Mountain View was a mixture of agricultural plots, … Continue reading →
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