Event details provided and hosted by:Hope’s Corner, a 10+ year old non profit at the corner of Hope and Mercy in downtown Mountain View. It has been providing 700+ nutritious meals per week on site, at RV safe parking lots and at Day Worker centers, while also providing shower and laundry services to unhoused guests.
Tour de Hope 2022
Tour de Hope 2022 It’s baaaack – Tour de Hope! After a 2-year hiatus caused by COVID, Hope’s Corner is holding Tour de Hope 2022, a fun, team-based stationary bike competition and fundraiser. Proceeds will support Hope’s Corner’s programs and operations (https://www.hopes-corner.org). When: Thursday, July 21, 3 – 4:30 p.m.
Where: El Camino YMCA (2400 Grant Road, Mountain View)
Why: Fun, raffle prizes, snacks/drinks, music, Tour de Hope Cup, support Hope’s Corner
More Info & Registration Website: https://tourdehope2022.eventbrite.com Organize a team of 3 – 5 friends, or sign up as an individual – we’ll put you a team with other fun folks. We’ll have teams from local businesses and teams made up of Hope’s Corner’s meal and shower guests too. Mountain View City Council member Margaret Abe-Koga will be the emcee. Join the fun!
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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, Old Mountain View Neighborhood Association
June 30, 2022
Dear Neighborhood Representative:
This email is for Neighborhood Association leaders in the City of Mountain View. On June 28, 2022, the Mountain View City Council declared a Stage 2 water shortage emergency condition. Several new water use restrictions are in effect, including a weekly irrigation schedule based on street address. Included below is the weekly irrigation schedule and a list of key water use restrictions. View the full list of water use restrictions at MountainView.gov/WaterUseRestrictions.
Weekly Irrigation Schedule:
Even Addresses: Irrigation allowed Tuesdays and Fridays.
Odd addresses: Irrigation allowed Mondays and Thursdays.
Key Potable Water Use Restrictions:
Do not waste water from broken or defective equipment (repair within five days).
Do not wash paved or hard surfaces, except by bucket or for health and safety reasons.
Do not use potable water in decorative water features, except to sustain aquatic life.
Do not irrigate landscapes:
Between 9: 00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (except by bucket, hose, or for system repair).
More than 2-days per week.
More than 15 minutes per day (except for drip irrigation or for system repair).
Customers can view and track their water usage, find tips, and sign up for high usage alerts at WaterInsight.MountainView.gov. Login with your utility account number and zip code.
I want to thank you for your continued efforts to conserve water. Please reach out to us if we can provide any water conservation resources for upcoming neighborhood events. If you have any questions, please let us know.