Info Mountain View 2012-13
The Mountain View Voice's Info Mountain View 2012-13 special publication.
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Whole chapters are devoted to kids, with information on child care centers and sports leagues, as well as education, both public and private. Another focuses on recreation, with hundreds of options for biking, hiking, sailing or enjoying parks. To contact a member of the Mountain View City Council or for information on boards and commissions, turn to the Public Officials section. In addition to the thousands of listings inside, you can visit www. mv-voice.com and find even more. Online you'll also find information about our surrounding communities, including Palo Alto, Stanford and Menlo Park, as well as others in our region. Our cover photo this year -- an egret in flight over Shorebird Way -- was shot by Staff Photographer Michelle Le. Michelle Le Michelle Le outdoors & recreation | 14 If you've got content suggestions for next year, please email editor@ mv-voice.com. We appreciate your feedback. kids | 29 Carol Blitzer Editor, Info Mountain View Inside info By the Numbers ............................... 6 Arts & Entertainment .................... 8 City Map ...........................................13 Outdoors & Recreation ...............14 Education .........................................20 Kids .....................................................29 Community .....................................33 Public Officials................................37 Index ..................................................38 Michelle Le community | 33 www.MountainViewOnline.com Info Mountain Views 5 FAC TS AND STATISTICS ON MOUNTAIN VIEW Other: 9.8%^ Racial/ethnic breakdown (1990): White: 64.5% Black: 4.7% Hispanic: 16% Asian/Pacific Islander: 14.1 Other: .5% (Sources: U.S. Census, Community Services at City of Mountain View, Mountain View Housing Element Update 2009) Median monthly rent (2000): $1,679 (one bedroom, one bath)** (Source: Census 2000; *Silicon Valley Association of REALTORS� from MLSListings Inc.) **RealFacts Business Commercial and industrial space (2000): 30 million sq. ft. Commercial and industrial space (1900): N/A Total Assessed Valuation (Jan. 1, 2012): $17.34 billion* Total Assessed Valuation (1990): N/A (Source: Santa Clara County Assessor's Office) Education and income Median household income (2007): $82,904 Male FT year-round workers: $76,866 Michelle Le Female FT year-round workers: $60,954 Adults with bachelor's degree or higher (2010): 26.5% (Sources: U.S. Census, ABAG) Climate Hottest day in city history: June 14, 2000 (106 degrees) Coldest day in city history: Jan. 5, 1949 (21 degrees) (Source: Western Regional Climate Center, Reno, NV -- Moffett Field) Bicyclists and pedestrians check out the new extension to the Permanente Creek Trail, after the public dedication ceremony in June. Housing City facts: Year incorporated: 1902 Square miles: 12.2 2012-13 city General Operating Fund budget: $95.8 million City employees: 558 Police officers: 95 Fire stations: 5 Fire Department employees: 88.5 Libraries: 1 Acres of city parks: 189 Acres of city-owned open space: 775 (includes Shoreline) City-maintained trees: 28,500 (street, park and median) Sister cities: Hasselt, Belgium; Iwata, Japan Total Households (2010): 31,957 Total Households (1990): 31,487 Average household size (2010): 2.31 Average household size (1990): 2.23 Single-family housing (2000): 12,848 Median home price (2012, through June): $1,050,000 (single family)* Median home price (2011, through June): $982,500 (single family)* Median home price (1990): $342,700 (single family) Median condo price (2012, through June): $612,500* Median condo price (2011, through June): $495,000* Average monthly (asking) rent (2012): $2,679 (two bedroom, two bath)** Average monthly (asking) rent (2012): $1,894 (one bedroom, one bath)** NASA lab established: 1939 Slater School opens: 1956 William Shockley co-invents transistor: 1947 William Shockley wins Nobel Prize in physics: 1956 The birth of Silicon Valley: 1956 First plans for Shoreline Park drawn up: 1958 Robert Noyce and Jack Kilby coinvent integrated circuit: 1959 Fairchild Semiconductor becomes Silicon Valley's first start-up: 1959 Frank Drake founds Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute: 1984 Miscellaneous Mean travel time to work: 21.1 minutes Number of Mtn. View residents who walk to work: 885 Number of Mtn. View residents who work at home: 1,683 Number of Mtn. View residents who use public transportation (including taxicabs): 2,231 Language spoken at home (5 years and older) (2010): English only: 52% Language other than English: 48% Sources: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey; Association of Bay Area Governments; Silicon Valley Association of REALTORS� (from RE InfoLink); City of Mountain View; Office of the County Assessor, Santa Clara County; RealFacts; California Department of Finance) Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts opens: 1991 Naval Air Station closed: 1992 Light rail line opened: 1999 Google moved to Mountain View: 1999 New library opened: 1999 Mountain View celebrates Centennial: 2002 Computer History Museum opens in Mtn.View: 2003 Google starts city-wide Wi-Fi: 2006 New Senior Center inaugurated: 2006 People Median age (2010): 35.9 Median age (1990): 32.8 Seniors - 65 and older (2010): 10.6% Seniors - 65 and older (1990): 9.8% Racial/ethnic breakdown (2010): White: 56% Black: 2.2% Hispanic: 21.7% Asian/Pacific Islander: 26.5% First railroad station: 1864 Chinese community establishes in Mtn. View: circa 1882 Mountain View incorporated as a city: 1902 First Free Library established by the Women's Club: 1904 Pacific Press opens establishing Seventh Day Adventist community: 1904 First town hall and jail: 1909 First high school open in downtown Mtn. View: 1924 First Mtn. View movie theater: 1926 Moffett Field Naval Air Station established: 1933 Vital signs Population (2010): 74,066 Population (1990): 67,460 Parks: 37 (includes Shoreline Regional Park) Miles of city-maintained streets: 139.2 Historic firsts Mariano Castro, the Father of Mtn. View, establishes Rancho Pastoria de los Borregas: 1851 Mountain View named by pioneer Jacob Shumway and others at Carr's General Store: 1852 First Post Office: Jan. 18, 1854 First School: 1854 Weilheimer General Store established: 1874 Maria Trinidad Peralta de Castro donates land for first cemetery: March 19, 1861 Henry Rengstorff arrives in Mtn. View: 1864 6 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com I treat hundreds of cases of lung cancer every year, but I never forget that each person I care for is an individual I am supporting on the journey to healing and recovery. JOSEPH SHRAGER, MD US News & World Report-- Top 1% of Thoracic Surgeons Stanford Hospital & Clinics is proud to be known worldwide for offering advanced treatment solutions to complex medical problems. Every day, our focus is on providing unsurpassed patient care. Get to know all of our top doctors at stanfordhospital.org ("--&3*&4 .64*$ 5)&"5&3"/%.03& tXXXCPPLCVZFSTDPN Books Inc.$BTUSP4U .UO7JFX #PPLT NBHB[JOFTBOEOFXTQBQFST )PVST4VO5IVBNQN'SJ4BU BNQN t tXXXCPPLTJODOFU East West Bookshop$BTUSP4U .UO7JFX/FX"HFBOENFUBQIZTJDBM CPPLTUPSF*ODMVEFT$%T %7%T ZPHB BOENFEJUBUJPOTVQQMJFT DSZTUBMT KFXFMSZBOEBQQBSFM"VUIPSFWFOUT workshops and psychic readers. 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Box 2055, Mtn. View. Rehearses at First United Methodist Church Hall, 535 Old San Francisco Road, Sunnyvale, every Tuesday, 7:30-10:15 p.m. Guests are welcome to listen or to audition. Established in 1947, the 40-member chorus sings four-part a cappella music at community events and two annual shows, and does singing Valentines. t tJOGP!CBSCFSTIPQIBSNPOZPSH tXXXCBSCFSTIPQIBSNPOZPSH California Youth Symphony See Kids section. El Camino Youth Symphony See Kids section. Foothill Symphonic Winds Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. This community band, GPSNFEJO XBTPSJHJOBMMZQBSUPG the Foothill College Symphonic Wind Ensemble. The ensemble performs classical and contemporary works written or transcribed for symphonic wind ensemble or concert band. Most concerts are held at Cubberley Theater, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. t tBEBND[ZLE!TCDHMPCBMOFU tXXXXJOECBOEPSHGPPUIJMM Peninsula Symphony.BJO4U 4UF 102, Los Altos. The symphony performs a subscription series at three venues: San Mateo Performing Arts Center, the Fox Theatre in Redwood City and the Flint Center in Cupertino. Also performs an annual Holiday Concert at Stanford Memorial Church with Stanford's Symphonic Chorus, and brings a free outdoor Pops concert every June. t tJOGP!QFOJOTVMBTZNQIPOZPSH tXXXQFOJOTVMBTZNQIPOZPSH Peninsula Women's Chorus P.O. Box 50532, Palo Alto. Fifty-voice womens DIPJSTQFDJBMJ[JOHJOTFSJPVTNVTJDGSPN the medieval through contemporary periods. Concert seasons are December and May, with several performances in the Palo Alto area. Experienced singers are welcome to audition. t tJOGP!QXDIPSVTPSH tXXXQXDIPSVTPSH Schola Cantorum0ME.JEEMF�FME 8BZ 4UF( .UO7JFX'PVOEFEJO the 90-voice auditioned chorus, under the artistic direction of Gregory Wait, performs a spectrum of choral works, offers participatory Summer Sings Series and annual Messiah Sing, and engages community groups through educational outreach programs. t tJOGP!TDIPMBDBOUPSVNPSH tXXXTDIPMBDBOUPSVNPSH in Tateuchi Hall include Stanford Live performances and Faculty & Student Concerts. Free artist talks and exhibition openings in Mohr Gallery. t tJOGP!BSUTBMMPSH tXXXBSUTBMMPSH Shoreline Amphitheatre 1 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mtn. View. Outdoor concert venue hosts performances by major, world-touring acts. Concert season is from late April until late October. t4IPSFMJOFCPYP�DFBU tTIPSFMJOFJOGP!MJWFOBUJPODPN t5JDLFUTBUMJWFOBUJPODPN Stanford Jazz Festival P.O. Box 20454, 4UBOGPSE"OOVBMKB[[FEVDBUJPO programs for all ages, and the Stanford +B[['FTUJWBM5IFGFTUJWBMSVOT+VOF August presenting more than 100 performing artists. Some free events are held for kids and families. Activities are held at Dinkelspiel Auditorium and Campbell Recital Hall. tGPSUJDLFUT"354'PSJOGPSNBUJPOBOETDIFEVMF tXXXTUBOGPSEKB[[PSHKB[[GFTUJWBM Stanford Live 425 Santa Teresa St., MC 2250, Stanford. Most performances this season will be held in the new Bing Concert Hall, scheduled to open January 2013 on the Stanford campus. The newly named Stanford Live (formerly Stanford Lively Arts) focuses on classical music UIJTTFBTPO CVUPSHBOJ[FSTQSPNJTFUIF previous wealth of dance and theater performances will return in the future. )PVST5JDLFUP�DFIPVSTBN p.m.; Sat noon- 4 p.m. t"354 tTUBOGPSEMJWF!TUBOGPSEFEV tIUUQMJWFTUBOGPSEFEV Summer Concert Series Thursday Night Live on Castro Street, Mtn. View. The free Thursday evening concerts, mid-July to mid-August, are sponsored by the city of Mountain View. t tSFDSFBUJPO!NPVOUBJOWJFXHPW tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Opera West Bay Opera 221 Lambert St., Palo "MUP/PXJOJUTUITFBTPO UIJTPQFSB company performs at the Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Three productions from October.BZ)PVST#PYP�DFIPVST.PO'SJ a.m.-4 p.m. t t(%!XCPQFSBPSH tXXXXCPQFSBPSH Places to tour Stanford University Campus 295 (BMWF[4U 4UBOGPSE'SFFPOFIPVS tours of campus are conducted daily at 11 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. by student guides. Tours depart from the Visitor Center and are free for groups of nine or fewer. Larger groups must call for Music/concert series Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) at Finn Center 230 San Antonio Circle, Mtn. View. Free performances Fiesta Del Mar Gourmet Mexican Cuisine Since 1945 2012 2012 Fiesta Del Mar rs 16 Yea in a Row 2012 735 Villa Street Mtn. View Fiesta Del Mar Too (Downtown, between Castro and Hope) (1 Blk So. of Hwy 101, near Movie & Amph Theatres) 1005 N Shoreline Blvd Mtn. View Clarke's has GREAT Weekend Breakfasts! Saturday & Sunday 8-2pm 650-965-9354 650-967-3525 %XCITING.EW,OCATION Agave www.FiestaDelMar.com /PEN$AYSs,UNCH$INNERs/PEN,ATEs&OOD4O'O 10 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com 194-198 Castro Street, Mtn. View 650-969-6767 PATIO DINING � A great place to meet 615 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View (650) 967-0851 "Setting a Standard of Quality in the Burger Industry." i Mountain View reservations. Private tours and golf-cart tours can be arranged for a fee. See also Museums and Collections section for information on Cantor Arts Center, Hoover Institution and Hoover Tower, Rodin Sculpture Garden and Stanford New Guinea Sculpture Garden. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat-Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m. t7JTJUPS*OGPSNBUJPO Services) tWJTJUPSJOGP!TUBOGPSEFEV tIUUQWJTJUTUBOGPSEFEV .POUF3PBE -PT"MUPT)JMMT'PPUIJMM .VTJD5IFBUSFNPVOUTTFWFSBMGVMMTDBMF NVTJDBMTUISPVHIPVUUIFZFBS �SPN TUBOEBSETMJLF0LMBIPNBwBOE)PXUP 4VDDFFEUPMFTTFSLOPXOTIPXTTVDIBT $VSUBJOT5JDLFUQSJDFTWBSZGPSJOEJWJEVBM TIPXT"MMTFBUTSFTFSWFE tGPSUJDLFUT tXXXGPPUIJMMNVTJDBMTDPN Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts10#PY .UO 7JFX"QFSGPSNJOHBSUTDPNQMFY IPTUJOHNPSFUIBOFWFOUTBZFBS UIFBUFS EBODF NVTJD QSPGFTTJPOBM#BZ "SFBDPNQBOJFT5IFIPNFWFOVFGPS 5IFBUSF8PSLTBOE1FOJOTVMB:PVUI 5IFBUSF tIPVST tXXXNWDQBDPN The Pear Avenue Theatre 1FBS"WF 6OJU, .UO7JFX*OUJNBUF QSPEVDUJPOT5IFSPTUFSPGQMBZTJODMVEFT DMBTTJDTBOEMFTTGBNJMJBSXPSLT BMPOH XJUIOFXQMBZTCZMPDBMXSJUFST"MTP P�FSTTUBHFESFBEJOHTBOEPDDBTJPOBM XPSLTIPQTBOEDMBTTFT t tXXXUIFQFBSPSH TheatreWorks10#PY 1BMP"MUP Presents dramas, comedies and musicals ZFBSSPVOEBUUIF.PVOUBJO7JFX$FOUFS GPSUIF1FSGPSNJOH"SUT $BTUSP4U BOEBUUIF-VDJF4UFSO5IFBUSF Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. t tXXXUIFBUSFXPSLTPSH Theater Bus Barn Stage Company)JMMWJFX Ave., Los Altos. Performs comedy, drama, musicals. Five productions UISPVHIPVUUIFZFBS5JDLFUTBSF )PVST8FE'SJQN t tXXXCVTCBSOPSH Children's Theater in the Park Mtn. 7JFX'BJSZUBMFTBOEPUIFSDIJMESFOT TUPSJFTCSPVHIUUPMJGFCZUIF1FOJOTVMB :PVUI5IFBUSF XJUIBEJ�FSFOU NJOVUFQSPEVDUJPOFBDI'SJEBZBU QNEVSJOHUIFTVNNFS"VEJFODFT CSJOHQJDOJDTBOECMBOLFUT'SFFTFBUJOH BUUIF.PVOUBJO7JFX$FOUFSTPVUEPPS 1BSL4UBHF 3FOHTUPS�1BSLPS$VCCFSMFZ "NQIJUIFBUSF t1FOJOTVMB:PVUI 5IFBUSF PS tXXXQZUOFUPSH Foothill Music Theatre&M "Voted Best Pizza 2012 by Mountain View Voice Readers" (with minimum order) FREE DELIVERY 790 Castro Street, Mountain View 650-961-6666 also at: 2012 880 SANTA CRUZ AVE., MENLO PARK 650-329-8888 WWW.AMICIS.COM WE MEASURE QUALITY BY RESULTS Is Quality Important to You? 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NO ARTIFICIAL COLORS, FLAVORINGS OR PRESERVATIVES. 241 B Castro Street s Mountain View s 650-969-2900 Mountain View - Parks and Community Facilities Shoreline Lake Fabian Wy Shoreline at Mountain View Park 1 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View parks 1 Thaddeus Park 2 San Veron Park 3 Whisman School Park 4 Monta Loma School Park 5 Stevenson Park 6 Rex-Manor Park 7 Jackson Park 8 Klein Park 9 Rengstorff Park & Pool 10 Eagle Park & Pool 11 Pioneer Park Palo Alto ha n sto rle Rd Amphit h e atre Pkwy 22 ha r l e ston Rd Naval Air Station Moffett Field N Shoreline Blvd Moffett Field Golf Course C d ton i oR EC 34 Ave Ce nt ral Ex py An Old Middlefield Wy 1 4 5 33 8 San Moffett Field r ff W sto Mi dd 11 Dana Park 13 Fairmont Park 14 Landels School Park 15 Sylvan Park 16 Gemello Park 17 McKelvey Park eng lef iel NR 35 Caltrain Station W 8 El C am ino Re 7 5 6 6 dR d 2 32 3 aA ve 2 5 3 Cen tra l Ex py Blv d 7 23 WM Ellis S t 9 Mountain View Caltrain Station Esc al 16 Cal 36 ifor nia 2 St uel iddle field Sunnyvale Municipal Golf Course 18 Bubb School Park 19 Varsity Park 20 Cuesta Park 21 Cooper Park 22 Charleston Park 23 Creekside Park 24 Castro Park 25 Chetwood Park 26 Magnolia Park 27 Graham Sports Complex 28 Huff School Park 29 Mercy-Bush Park 30 Slater School Park 31 Springer School Park 32 Devonshire Park 33 Crittenden School Park 34 Sierra Vista Park 35 Del Medio Park 36 Mariposa Park Community facilities 1 Shoreline at Mountain View 2 Mountain View Community Center, Recreation Division, Office, Skate Park 3 Mountain View Senior Center 4 Public Library, City Hall, Performing Arts Center 5 Teen Center Rd Mau de A v Cas tro St ero Almond Ave 17 13 Cal d Av e SE lM on te Gr an tR 27 18 19 1 Ex py Cuesta Dr 20 3 28 85 El C am ino Rea l 31 Sunnyvale S Mary Ave 21 Covington Rd Grant Rd Rd 10 W Remington Dr M ag da le na Fremont Ave ll hi ot Fo W Fremont Ave S Mar We st y Ave d N San Antonio Rd 12 30 25 Sho rel ine 24 Downtown 4 11 29 nA ve 26 4 14 237 10 Los Altos WE vely n 15 Centr al Exp y Ave S Springer Rd 9 Foo thi ll Miramonte Ave ve tA on em Fr N Stelling Rd Public schools: 1 Bubb Elementary 2 Castro Elementary 3 Huff Elementary 4 Landels Elementary 5 Monta Loma Elementary 6 Stevenson Elementary 7 Theuerkauf Elementary py Ex The Dalles Ave W Homestead Rd 8 Crittenden Middle School 9 Graham Middle School 10 Mountain View High School SPORTS, FACILITIES, PARK S AND OPEN SPACES Dance Bayer Ballet Academy0ME Middlefield Way, Mtn. View. Classical ballet instruction in the Russian TUZMF7BHBOPWB BHFUISPVHI pre-professional with semi-annual performance opportunities. t tJOGP!CBZFSCBMMFUBDBEFNZDPN tXXXCBZFSCBMMFUBDBEFNZDPN Pacific Ballet Academy#1PMBSJT Ave., Mtn. View. Academy offers a full range of graded classes, from pre-ballet to pre-professional training. Focuses on the traditions and discipline of Russian Ballet. Annual student showcase, "Nutcracker" performances and others. t tEJSFDUPS!QBDJ� DCBMMFUPSH tXXXQBDJ� DCBMMFUPSH Western Ballet/3FOHTUPS� "WF 6OJU" .UO7JFX'PVOEFEJO UIF school emphasizes the art of classical ballet and offers classes for both adults and youth. Classes tailored to age level for children. t tJOGP!XFTUFSOCBMMFUPSH tXXXXFTUFSOCBMMFUPSH parts of Mountain View. Site contains native grasses and gravel paths. No dogs allowed. Size: 27 acres. t tXXXDJNUOWJFXDBVT TFBSDIi$SJU tenden Site" Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District%JTUFM$JSDMF -PT"MUPT" regional greenbelt system in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is comprised PGNPSFUIBO BDSFTPGMBOEJO PQFOTQBDFQSFTFSWFTQSPUFDUFE for public enjoyment, making a preserve system of diverse and unparalleled beauty in one of the largest metropolitan areas in the country. Preserves are free to explore from dawn to dusk. t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH Santa Clara County Parks Santa Clara County offers many opportunities for the hiker who loves a rugged trail, as well as for those who prefer smoother, paved roads and paths. tXXXQBSLIFSFPSHQPSUBMTJUFQBSLT Sierra Club, Loma Prieta Chapter &#BZTIPSF3PBE4UF 1BMP"MUP5IF DIBQUFSIBT NFNCFSTJOUISFF counties. Variety of hiking and outdoor experiences, including backpacking, singles groups, whitewater paddling. Three regional groups and 12 activities sections plan hiking, day trips, social activities. Operates Hiker's Hut in Sam MacDonald County Park, La Honda, XIJDIBDDPNNPEBUFTVQUPQFSOJHIU by reservation only. t tIUUQMPNBQSJFUBTJFSSBDMVCPSH Stanford Foothills Stanford Avenue & Junipero Serra Boulevard, A network of paths in and around the Stanford foothills west of Junipero Serra Boulevard offers opportunities for hillside trail runs and hikes. The most QPQVMBSSPVUFJTBNJMFMPPQVQUP the giant radio telescope known as "the Dish," with entrance at Stanford Avenue. Access to foothills limited to daylight hours. No pets. t tTUBOGPSEEJTI!MJTUTTUBOGPSEFEV Stevens Creek Trail Mtn. View. This NJMF QBWFE BMMXFBUIFSQBUIXBZ runs from Shoreline Park to El Camino. Provides users with woodlands, tidal marshes and city neighborhood parks. The trail has easy connections to major bus routes and Caltrain. Open from dawn to dusk. Dogs are allowed on leash from El Camino to Crittenden Trail head; none are allowed beyond it. t tXXXTUFWFOTDSFFLUSBJMPSH Vista Slope Permanente Creek and Amphitheater Parkway, Mtn. View. 5IJTBDSFTJUFJTQBSUPG4IPSFMJOFBU Mountain View. The 1.5 miles of trails lead to one of Mountain View's most Michelle Le Golf (private courses) A sunny day in June is a fine time for a stroll through Cuesta Annex. Basketball Adult Basketball League 1185 Castro St. (Mtn. View Sports Pavilion) and Whisman Sports Center, Mtn. View. The City of Mountain View Community Services, Recreation Division offers men's basketball leagues OctoberMarch, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Season is 12 games plus play-off. Players must be 18 years or older, and not in high school. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Open Space District with diverse environments: oak woodland, creek and meadow, with abundant wildlife and views of the Bay Area. Deer Hollow Farm has turn-of-the-century buildings and a working farm. Bicycles allowed on designated trails from the county park entrance to Deer Hollow Farm. No dogs BMMPXFE4J[F BDSFT t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH TFBSDIi3BODIP San Antonio" Santa Clara County Parks(BSEFO )JMM%SJWF -PT(BUPT4BOUB$MBSB$PVOUZ offers 28 regional parks with dedicated bike-friendly trails. There are many opportunities for the biker who loves a rugged ride, as well as for those who prefer smoother, paved roads and paths. t.PO'SJBNQN no holidays) tXXXQBSLIFSFPSH Shoreline at Mountain View Mtn. View. 5IJTBDSFTBODUVBSZGPSXJMEMJGFBOE migratory birds, including endangered species, is interlaced with a network of 8 miles of paved pedestrian and biking trails at the north edge of the park. To the west, trails link up with the Palo Alto Baylands. On the east of Stevens Creek, visitors can travel to Crittenden Marsh (owned by Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District) and San Francisco Bay, which contains wildlife, native grasses and gravel paths. t4IPSFMJOF1BSLBU tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "Shoreline at Mountain View" Los Altos Golf & Country Club Country Club Drive, Los Altos. Private club with 18-hole golf course, pool, tennis courts. Special events and dining in a beautiful setting. Club is in Mission-style architecture. Three types of memberships are available: Social membership (no golf), proprietary membership with all amenities and intermediate membership for adult DIJMESFOBHF PGQSPQJFUBSZ members. The clubhouse is undergoing SFOPWBUJPOUISPVHI+VOF t tXFCNBTUFS!MBHDDDPN tXXXMBHDDDPN Biking / mountain biking Bike to Work Day Mtn. View. The city of Mountain View participates in an annual Bay Area wide Bike to Work Day in May. Several locations in Mountain View will have "energizer stations" that offer refreshments, giveaways and bicycling information. t1VCMJDXPSLTBU tCJLFTJMJDPOWBMMFZPSHCUXEFT BicyclingJTBMMPXFEJOPGUIF Midpeninsula Regional Open Space %JTUSJDUTQSFTFSWFT CVUPOMZPO clearly designated paths. Helmets are required at all times. A speed limit of 15 mph (5 mph when passing) is enforced. tUSBJMDPOEJUJPOT hotline) tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSHBDUJWJUJFT ideas_for_bikers.asp Rancho San Antonio Cupertino. "QSFTFSWFXJUINJMFTPGUSBJMT owned by the Midpeninsula Regional Golf (public courses) Shoreline Golf Links/4IPSFMJOF Blvd., Mtn. View. Par-72 golf course, 18 hole, practice facilities, pro shop, SFTUBVSBOU3FTJEFOUQMBZ3FHVMBS SBUFT.PO'SJ 4BU4VOBOEIPMJEBZT +VOJPSTBOEVOEFS 3FEVDFE twilight prices. Open year-round, sunrise to sunset. Frequent player rates and cart rentals also available. t(0-' BOE GPSSFTUBVSBOU tXXXDJNUOWJFXDBVT TFBSDI i4IPSFMJOF(PMG-JOLTw Hiking/walking Crittenden Site Shoreline Blvd. between Crittenden Lane and North Road, Mtn. View. This 27-acre site has NJMFPGUSBJMTMFBEJOHUPBQBOPSBNJD view of Stevens Creek, Moffett Field and 14 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com i Palo Alto spectacular viewing areas of the South Bay that includes Stanford's Hoover Tower, nearby marshes, Shoreline Golf Links and, on clear days, the San Francisco skyline. Parking is available across Amphitheatre Parkway at Charleston Park or in Shoreline at Mountain View. No dogs are allowed on Vista Slope. Size: 65 acres. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "Vista Slope" Horseback riding Fremont Hills Stables1VSJTTJNB Road, Los Altos Hills. Offers a wide variety of programs and training to accommodate riders of all skill levels, from beginner to advanced and competitive showing. Summer riding camps for ages 5 and up. The facility includes two riding rings, a lunging ring, MBSHFBOETNBMMUVSOPVUT B&VSPXBMLFS indoor and indoor/outdoor stalls. tPS tXXXGSFNPOUIJMMTTUBCMFTDPN Santa Clara County Horsemen's Association.D,FBO3PBE San Jose. The SCCHA is the oldest established club associated with the California State Horsemen's Association. Learn more about horses, equestrian events and issues important to the equestrian community. t tXXXIPSTFNFOTPSH FEVDBUJPOBMDFOUFSTJUVBUFEJOUIF acre Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve. The farm program is managed by the City of Mountain View Recreation Division. School classes, community groups and families can explore and participate in the farm. Programs are designed to help participants experience farm and wilderness life and Native American history. There JTBMTPBTVNNFSDBNQQSPHSBNGPS kids to explore the preserve, farm, animals and garden. Great hiking trails in a wilderness environment for the BEWFOUVSPVT'BSNIPVST5VF4VO BNQN 8FEBNQN"OJNBMT WJTJCMFBNQN tGPS camp information tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH TFBSDIi%FFS Hollow Farm" Hidden Villa Farm and Wilderness Preserve.PPEZ3PBE -PT"MUPT Hills. Hidden Villa offers environmental education programs, summer camps, QVCMJDQSPHSBNT IJLJOH DPNNVOJUZ supported agriculture and volunteer PQQPSUVOJUJFT0QFOGSPNBNUP dusk, Tuesday through Sunday from MBUF"VHVTUFBSMZ+VOF'SPNNJE+VOF through late August the farm is closed to the public for Summer Camp sessions. $5 parking fee. tUPWPMVOUFFS GPSQVCMJDQSPHSBNT GPSTDIPPMHSPVQUPVST tXXXIJEEFOWJMMBPSH Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District%JTUFM$JSDMF -PT"MUPT Founded by Santa Clara County voters JO UIF0QFO4QBDF%JTUSJDUP� FST NPSFUIBO BDSFTPGVOEFWFMPQFE public lands. Most areas are open for hiking, cycling and horseback riding. 'SFFEPDFOUMFEBDUJWJUJFT4UFFQUSBJMT redwood canyons, madrone and pine GPSFTUTNBSLUIFQSFTFSWFT XIJDIBSF PQFOZFBSSPVOEGSPNTVOSJTFUPBIBMG hour after sunset. Helmets are required for bicyclists at all times. Fires and smoking are prohibited at the preserves. Dogs permitted in some preserves. David Daniels Nature Center at Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve. t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSHBCPVU@VT Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve Cristo Rey Drive, above Los "MUPT)JMMT8JUINJMFTPGUSBJMT UIJT open space area offers hiking, biking and equestrian opportunities. Deer Hollow Farm, a working farm with barnyard animals, is a highlight, as is Grant Cabin, which represents the MJWJOHDPOEJUJPOTPGUIFMBUFT 5IFQSFTFSWFJTMJOLFEUPUIFBDSF Rancho San Antonio County Park., XIFSFOPOHBTQPXFSFENPEFMBJSQMBOF FOUIVTJBTUTHBUIFS4J[F BDSFT t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve west of Skyline Blvd., above Los Altos )JMMT/FBSMZNJMFTPGUSBJMTBSFPQFO for exploration to hikers, bikers and FRVFTUSJBOT5XPNJMFUSBJMTBSF Did you know that 25% of Dogs suffer from Arthritis? TRY CPTFRVJO�QMBZTBOJNQPSUBOUSPMFJONBJOUBJOJOHPQUJNBMKPJOU GVODUJPO )FBMUIZ DBSUJMBHF JT DSVDJBM GPS QSPQFS KPJOU NPCJMJUZ $PTFRVJO IFMQT TVQQPSU DBSUJMBHF QSPEVDUJPO BOE QSPUFDUT FYJTUJOHDBSUJMBHFGSPNCSFBLEPXO$PTFRVJOBMMPXTZPVSQFUUP FOKPZUIFJSFWFSZEBZBDUJWJUJFT Cosequin� is Available at: Animal Hospital In-line skating In-line skating The local hot spot is Stanford University. The Shoreline trail from the Palo Alto Airport to Shoreline Amphitheatre provides a good trek, BTEPFTUIFNJMFQBUIBMPOH$SZTUBM Springs Reservoir in San Mateo County. tXXXDBTLBUJOHDPNSFHJPO4BO@ 'SBODJTDP@@4PVUI@#BZ Skate Park Northwest corner of Rengstorff Park, Mtn. View. Park is PQFOEBJMZGSPNBNVOUJMPOFIBMG hour after sunset, weather permitting. On Saturdays and Sundays, the park is SFTFSWFEGPSTLBUFSTBHFTBOEVOEFS GSPNBN/POTVQFSWJTFE facility, must wear helmet, kneepads, elbow pads. No bikes and scooters. Various ramps, rails, pipes in the park. tSFDSFBUJPOEJWJTJPO tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "Skate Park" Dr. Katy Bellers Dr. Patty Evans Dr. Koko Shishida Medical Services include: t*OUFSOBM.FEJDJOF t1BSBTJUF5FTUJOH t.JDSPDIJQQJOH t%FOUJTUSZ t7BDDJOBUJPOT t'MFB$POUSPM t4VSHJDBM4FSWJDFT t4QBZ/FVUFS t)FBMUI$FSUJ�DBUFT Lawn bowling Bocce Ball Court, Cuesta Park $VFTUB%SJWF .UO7JFX3FBM*UBMJBO style bocce ball with two hard courts BWBJMBCMF POB� STUDPNF � STUTFSWFE basis. Participants must bring their own equipment. t tQBSLT!NPVOUBJOWJFXHPW � OFF First Exam Fee 7BMVF 8JUIUIJT"E Open space areas Deer Hollow Farm Rancho San Antonio 0QFO4QBDF1SFTFSWF QBSLFOUSBODF BU$SJTUP3BZ%SJWF P� 'PPUIJMM#MWE Cupertino. A working homestead and 2460 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 969.8555 www.MountainViewOnline.com Info Mountain Views 15 Fall Renewal i Mountain View accessible to wheelchairs and baby strollers: one encircling Alpine Pond and another hugging the shores of Horseshoe Lake. The David C. Daniels Nature Center at Alpine Pond is open on the weekends, April through midNovember. The preserve offers ridge vistas, meadows, a pond for nature study and lake frequented by migrating birds. Restrooms. No dogs allowed. Size: 2,143 acres. t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH TFBSDIi4LZMJOF Ridge" Stevens Creek Shoreline Nature Study Area Shoreline Blvd., Mtn. View. Located adjacent to Mountain Views Shoreline Park, Stevens Creek preserve offers a half-mile trail where visitors may spot pied-billed grebes, great blue herons and other shoreline birds. Two endangered species, the clapper rail and salt march harvest mouse, make their IPNFTIFSF4J[FBDSFT t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH TFBSDIi4UF vens Creek Shoreline" Shoreline Aquatic Center at Shoreline Lake/4IPSFMJOF#MWE .UO7JFX Classes in small boat sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, dinghy sailing (day sailors and children). Week-long summer youth DBNQTFTTJPOTGPSBHFT.POEBZ Friday, all summer. Weekend teen/ adult classes ages 14 and up; program for nonprofits and churches at reduced rates. Shoreline rents canoes, kayaks, pedalboats, sailboats, rowboats, standup paddleboards, windsurfers, wetsuits, bicycles and tandem bicycles. Open year-round, seven days a week. t tXXXTIPSFMJOFMBLFDPN Skateboarding Skate Park43FOHTUPS�"WF .UO View. The Skate Park is open daily from BNVOUJMPOFIBMGIPVSBGUFSTVOTFU On Saturdays and Sundays, the park is reserved exclusively for skaters age BOEVOEFSGSPNBN"MM skaters must wear helmets, kneepads and elbow pads. All bikes (including BMX bikes) and scooters are prohibited at this facility. The Skate Park is a non-supervised facility. The park will be closed if features are wet. Features include: Trick Ramp, Quarter Pipe, Mini Half Pipe, Fun Box with a Handrail, Pyramid Ramp, Arch Rail, Kink Rail, Slider Rail and a Plain Box. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Parks SPECIAL 10 units of Complimentary Botox with $250 purchase of KCMD skincare products or $250 of Facial services Offer expires Sept. 30th, 2013 See map on page 13. Mountain View parks and trails .PVOUBJO7JFXQBSLTBSFPQFOGSPN a.m. to one-half hour after sunset. No alcohol permitted in parks. Dogs must be on leash in public areas. Dog owners may train a dog off leash in designated areas of parks by permit only. Permits are available through recreation. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI iQBSLTw Soccer Off the Wall Soccer.BUIFX4U Santa Clara. Indoor soccer arenas available for rental. Hosts youth camps and adult soccer clinics and leagues, as well as regular pick-up play. t tXXXP�UIFXBMMTPDDFSDPN Silicon Valley Soccer Association P.O. #PY 3FEXPPE$JUZ"EVMUOPOQSP�U soccer league that hosts women's, co-ed and mens leagues throughout the year. t tXXXTJMJDPOWBMMFZTPDDFSDPN Parks (further information) The Trail Center&#BZTIPSF3PBE Palo Alto. Nonprofit organization that hosts a website with guides, maps and other trail-related information. Publishes a newsletter as well as a calendar of outdoor events sponsored by a variety of organizations, for a diversity of trail users. Organization also organizes trail building and repair events. t tJOGP!USBJMDFOUFSPSH tXXXUSBJMDFOUFSPSH Softball City of Mountain View Adult Softball League43FOHTUPS�"WF .UO View. Games are played at Whisman Sports Center (Crittenden and Callahan 'JFMET .PO5IVBUQN5XP seasons per year are offered -- the Spring/Summer League beginning in April and the Fall League beginning in August. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI iBEVMUTQPSUTw Northern California Softball Association Check website for leagues and tournament information for the Bay Area. tXXXOPSDBMBTBPSH To make your appointment today, please call, text or email: 408.646.2114 ACSpabalisimo@gmail.com 398 State Street, Los Altos www.YourSkinSpace.com 16 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com Sailing and sailboarding Baylands Sailing Dock&BTUFOEPG &NCBSDBEFSP3PBE 1BMP"MUP-PDBUFE near the mouth of what used to be the entrance to the old Palo Alto Yacht Harbor, the dock provides access to south San Francisco Bay for sailboarders and any other small craft that can be carried by hand. Make sure to check the tides before going out. Canoes and kayaks can explore the sloughs through the Baylands when tides permit. t tXXXDJUZPGQBMPBMUPPSH R E A L E S TAT E P RO F E S SIO NA L S E RV IC E S ED GRAZIANI (650) 947-2992 cell (408) 828-1579 firstname.lastname@example.org www.edgraziani.com Sereno Group Real Estate 369 S. San Antonio Rd. Los Altos, CA 94022 INTERO CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE, TOP 1% BUYING or SELLING in Los Altos, Los Altos Hills or Mountain View? Put my experience & team of experts to work for you! 650 .947.4798 Loc al Exper ien ce G lobal Exposu r e Pam@PamBlackman.com PamBlackman .com As a long time resident of Mountain View I bring a wide variety of skills and expertise to help make your home buying or selling process feel effortless! Jerylann Mateo BROKER ASSOCIATE/REALTOR Direct: 650.209.1601 Cell: 650.743.7895 email@example.com jmateo.com DRE# 01362250 U�� ii�i}�>�}� �� U�� �>`�i���� vʫ�vi��>� >��V>�i��>`� V�>V��� U�� -��}��`i���>`}� v��i�V>�>�i� U�� -`�L>V}��`� >`}�>��`i� �>}i�v��i>�i��>�i� ��>�>V�� What's up in your Neighborhood? Do you know where local real estate is headed? I pride myself on being knowledgeable and staying current with the fast pace changes in the industry. I approach each clients' needs individually and am constantly aware of current and upcoming inventory whether you are buying or selling. Suzanne O'Brien Presidents Circle - Top 5% Certified Residential Specialist�, EcoBroker�, SRES� (650) 947-4793 www.suzanneobrien.com DRE # 01467942 Service beyond your expectations! 14 +years experience Top negotiator Expert in Feng Shui Staging International Relocation Specialist Dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service. Call Tori for your Real Estate needs Buying or selling--calling me is the move in the right direction "Make the RIGHT MOVE..." Peggy Lee Realtor� www.peggleerealestate.com Tori Ann Corbett Broker Associate DRE #00927794 Direct: 650.917.4233 Office: 408.306.1833 Coldwell Banker, Los Altos 161. S. San Antonio Rd (650) 996-0123 www.ToriSellsRealEstate.com I can see your house from here! For a Hassle-Free Listing of Properties of Interest to you visit my website www.Justcallkim.com KIM COPHER Direct: 650.917.7995 firstname.lastname@example.org www.justcallkim.com DRE #01423875 17 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com No one knows your neighborhood like your neighbor i Mountain View Whisman Sports Center 1500 Middlefield Road, Mtn. View. Space is also used for team and league sports, and can be rented out on a tri-annual basis. Basketball court, soccer/football field, gymnasium, softball field, outdoor and indoor volleyball courts and restrooms. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW t tXXXQBTUSPPSHEOO0CTFSWBUPSZ FoothillObservatory.aspx Peninsula Astronomical Society Mountain View Meets second Friday PGFBDINPOUIQNJOSPPN at Foothill College, next to parking lot -FDUVSF QSFTFOUBUJPOTDIBSHFGPS parking at Foothill. Public welcome. t8JMMJBN1IFMQTBU tXXXQBTUSPPSH t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "aquatics" Rengstorff Park Pool43FOHTUPS� Ave., Mtn. View. For information POTVNNFSQSPHSBNTBU&BHMFBOE Rengstorff pools, including recreation swim and swim lessons, visit the website. t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "aquatics" Mountain View residents can play free if they sign up on the waiting list at the Cuesta Tennis Pro Shop. tGPS$VFTUBSFTFSWBUJPOT tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "tennis" Cuesta Park Tennis Center$VFTUB Drive, Mtn. View. Tennis courts at Cuesta Park are lighted and available for advance reservations. March 15 UISPVHI0DU .PO5IV BNQN 'SJBNQNBOE4BUBOE4VO BNQN'FFTWBSZGSPNGSFFUP depending on Mountain View resident status and time of reservation. tDVFTUBQBSLUFOOJT!ZBIPPDPN Mountain View Tennis Club 10#PY .UO7JFX5IFDMVC organizes tournaments, ladders, competition, social events and USTA MFBHVFQMBZ.FNCFSTIJQJT GPS.UO7JFXSFTJEFOUTGPS SFOFXBMT EFQFOEJOHPOUJNF GPS nonresidents. tXXXNWUDOFU Square dancing Bows and Beaus P.O. Box 1107, Mtn. View. Modern Western Square Dancing 1MVT1SPHSBN PO8FEOFTEBZT QNQNBU-PZPMB&MFNFOUBSZ 4DIPPM #FSSZ"WF -PT"MUPT4JOHMFT and couples. Partners are not required. Beginners class on Mondays starting in January. Anniversary hoedown first Saturday in June. t tXXXCPXTBOECFBVTPSH Swimming Betty Wright Aquatics Center Middlefield Road, Bldg. #C, Palo Alto. Bay Areas only full-service, public warmwater therapy center. Year-round indoor QPPMIFBUFEUPEFHSFFT1SPWJEFT qualified physical therapists, personal trainers that teach proper exercise and rehabilitative technique. Specializes in adapted aquatics for people with disabilities. Also offered: swim lessons GPSZFBSPMETBOEQBSFOUUPUTXJN lessons. Prenatal, arthritis, post-stroke and other water-exercise classes. t tXXXBCJMJUJFTVOJUFEPSH Eagle Park Pool'SBOLMJO4U .UO 7JFX-BQTXJNNJOH4FQUFNCFS+VOF .PO'SJBNQNQN 4BU4VOBNOPPO3FTJEFOU 4XJNT 4XJNOPOSFTJEFOU 4XJNT 4XJNSFTJEFOU TFOJPS4XJNTOPOSFTJEFOUTFOJPS 4XJNT Table tennis Table Tennis Club Palo Alto. One of the largest table tennis clubs in the Bay Area practices at Cubberley Community $FOUFS .JEEMF�FME3PBE 1BMP "MUP(ZN#5IVSTEBZQN 'SJEBZQN4BUVSEBZQN +VOJPSUSBJOJOHQNPQFOQMBZ MFBHVFTBEVMUUSBJOJOHDMBTTFT4VOEBZ QNPQFOQMBZQNKVOJPST training. t tXXXUBCMFUFOOJTHPMEDPNQBMPBMUP html Star-gazing Foothill College Observatory &M.POUF3PBE -PT"MUPT)JMMT0QFSBUFE by Peninsula Astronomical Society. View TUBST QMBOFUTBOEHBMBYJFTUISPVHIB inch reflecting telescope on clear Friday OJHIUTGSPNQN"MTPPQFO4BU a.m.-noon for solar viewing using a new hydrogen-alpha solar telescope. Free pubic viewing. Closed when cloudy. 0CTFSWBUPSZOFYUUP1BSLJOHMPU #SJOHGPSQBSLJOHQFSNJU Tennis City of Mountain View, Recreation Division Tennis Mtn. View. Thirtyfive tennis courts are featured at the following parks: Cooper, Cuesta (lighted courts), Rengstorff (lighted courts), Stevenson, Sylvan, Whisman. All walkon courts. Fee for rservations at Cuesta. Volleyball Northern California Volleyball Association%PSNBO"WF 4BO Francisco. Programs and information for adults and youth, team competition. NCVA memberships are valid from Sept. "VH t tXXXODWBDPN 2012 "10 Days for $20!" Time 6:00 am 8:00 am 10:00 am 4:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:30 pm 8:15 pm X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Mon X X X X X X Tues Wed Thu X X X X X X X X X Fri Sat Sun Intro Special Come Join the Fun! Ice Skating DDaily public sessions DPrivate parties available DLessons for all ages DOpen September - April Tennis DLessons year round 1910 W. El Camino Real STE E Mountain View, CA 94040 T: 650.967.2968 E: email@example.com www.bikramyogamountainview.com 18 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com Call for more information or to register 650-493-4566 3009 Middlefield Road in Midtown Palo Alto www.winterlodge.com For more than 50 years, Kumon has provided children with more than a quick academic fix -- we've provided a methodology for learning that transforms lives. Let Kumon help your child gain a mastery of reading and math and the motivation to learn for a lifetime. For the kind of benefits that last a lifetime, call for a FREE PLACEMENT TEST. KUMON MATH & READING CENTERS OF: $FOUSBM-PT"MUPTt 1780 Miramonte Ave., Mountain View )PNFTUFBEt 1665 Hollenbeck Ave., Sunnyvale 8FTU4BO+PTFt .PPSQBSL"WF 4BO+PTF -PT"MUPTt 4BO"OUPOJP3E .PVOUBJO7JFX Academic Enrichment Pre-K -- 12th Grade 877.586.6671 | www.kumon.com Stanford Continuing Studies Open to all adults We invite you to join our open learning community. Fall registration is now open and most classes begin the week of September 24. requirements Evenings and weekends No admission Learn more and register at: New courses every quarter continuingstudies.stanford.edu Experience the Stanford campus www.MountainViewOnline.com Info Mountain Views 19 � 2012 Kumon North America. All rights reserved. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, ELEMENTARY - COLLEGE Air Force Base. Students speak 28 languages, and 49 percent are Englishlanguage learners. t tXXXMBOEFMTNWTEPSH Monta Loma School 460 Thompson "WF .UO7JFX1SJODJQBM"OHFMB-ZPO Class Size: 26. Enrollment: 491. Monta Loma Elementary School draws the majority of its students from the Monta Loma neighborhood, which is made up primarily of single-family dwellings and some apartment complexes. Monta Loma is the home of the Community Enhanced Learning Program (CEL), a parent-participation program, and BMMQBSFOUTBSFFYQFDUFEUPWPMVOUFFS 4UVEFOUTTQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOE percent are English-language learners. t tXXXNPOUBMPNBNWXTEPSH Stevenson School 750-B San Pierre Way, Mtn. View. Principal: Tyler Graff. $MBTT4J[F,&OSPMMNFOU 4UFWFOTPO4DIPPMJTUIFIPNFPGUIF PACT (PArent-Child-Teacher) Program, a parent-participation program. Students TQFBLMBOHVBHFTQFSDFOUBSF English-language learners. t tQBDUNWXTEPSH Theuerkauf School4BO-VJT"WF Mtn. View. Principal: Connie Vasquez4BXEFZ$MBTT4J[F, Enrollment: 458. Theuerkauf Elementary 4DIPPMTFSWFTUIFOPSUIFBTUFSOBSFB of Mountain View and the military housing at Moffett Field. The area surrounding Theuerkauf is made up of single-family dwellings and some apartment complexes. Students speak 20 languages, and 57 percent are English-language learners. t tXXXUIFVFSLBVGNWXTEPSH QBSUJDJQBUFJOJOTUSVNFOUBMPSWPDBM music. Students speak 29 languages, and 27 percent are English-language learners. t tXXXHSBIBNNWXTEPSH Los Altos School District $PWJOHUPO3PBE -PT"MUPT Superintendent: Jeffrey Baier. Class 4J[F-PT"MUPT4DIPPM%JTUSJDUJTBO elementary school district in northwest 4BOUB$MBSB$PVOUZTFSWJOHTUVEFOUT in grades K-8th grade. The district boundaries include most of the City of Los Altos, half of Los Altos Hills, parts of Mountain View, Palo Alto and some unincorporated county lands. Ethnic/ racial percentages (2011-12): White, 58; "TJBO )JTQBOJD "GSJDBO"NFSJDBO 1; other/unknown, 2. t tJOGP!MBTETDIPPMTPSH tXXXMPTBMUPTLDBVT Board of Education Board of Trustees meetings: 7 p.m. first and third Mondays at the District Board Room. t Mark Goines, president; phone: 650FNBJMNHPJOFT!MBTETDIPPMT org; term expires: December 2014. t %PVH4NJUI WJDFQSFTJEFOUQIPOF FNBJMETNJUI! lasdschools.org; term expires: December 2014. t Bill Cooper, phone: 650-961-1760; FNBJMCDPPQFS!MBTETDIPPMTPSHUFSN expires: December 2012. t Tamara Logan, clerk; phone: 650-450FNBJMUMPHBO!MBTETDIPPMTPSH term expires: December 2014. t 4UFWF5BHMJP NFNCFSQIPOF FNBJMNIBSSJHBO!MBTETDIPPMT org; term expires: December 2012. Michelle Le Mountain View High School students have lunch on the first day of school, Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. Mountain View Whisman School District Administration Office 750-A San Pierre Way, Mtn. View. Superintendent: Craig Goldman. Enrollment: 4,969. Ethnic/ racial percentages (2011-12): Hispanic, 46; Caucasian, 28; Asian, 15; African American, 2; multiple, 6; other, 2.5. t tUSVTUFFT!NWXTEPSH tXXXNWXTEPSH Board of Education Regular meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of most months. Meetings generally begin at 7 p.m. at the District Office. t 4UFWF0MTPO QSFTJEFOU term expires December 2012. t 'JPOB8BMUFS WJDFQSFTJEFOU 9866; term expires December 2012. t Philip Palmer, clerk; 650-867-7081; term expires December 2014. t Edward Bailey, member; 650-966-1706; term expires December 2012. t &MMFO8IFFMFS NFNCFS term expires December 2014. t tXXXCVCCNWXTEPSH Castro School&TDVFMB"WF .UO View. Principal: Judy Crates. Class Size: 25-26. Enrollment: 581. Castro School draws its students from an area that includes mostly apartments and condominiums. It is the home of the Spanish-English Dual Language Immersion Program, with more than half UIFTUVEFOUTJOWPMWFEJOUIFQSPHSBN Students are taught in both English and Spanish beginning in kindergarten. Castro School has State Preschool classes for low-income families. 4UVEFOUTTQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOE percent are English-language learners. t tXXXDBTUSPNWXTEPSH Huff School.BSUFOT"WF .UO View. Principal: Heidi Smith. Class Size: 25. Enrollment: 577. Located near the southeast boundary of the city, Huff draws the majority of its students from the residential area surrounding the school, which is made up primarily of single-family dwellings and some apartment complexes. Students speak MBOHVBHFT BOEQFSDFOUBSF English-language learners. t tXXXIV� NWTEPSH Landels School 115 W. Dana St., Mtn. View. Principal: Carmen Mizell. Class 4J[F,&OSPMMNFOU -BOEFMTTUVEFOUTBSFGSPNBEJWFSTF socioeconomic and ethnic population in the downtown area and from the military housing at the nearby Onizuka Middle schools Crittenden Middle School 1701 Rock St., Mtn. View. Principal: Geoffrey $IBOH$MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU $SJUUFOEFO.JEEMF4DIPPMTFSWFTUIF area north of Central Expressway in the Mtn. View Whisman School District. The neighborhood is made up of a combination of single-family dwellings and apartment complexes. Students TQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOEQFSDFOUBSF English-language learners. t tXXXDSJUUFOEFONWXTEPSH Graham Middle School 1175 Castro St., Mtn. View. Principal: Kim Thompson. $MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU(SBIBN 4DIPPMTFSWFTTUVEFOUTJOHSBEFT MJWJOHTPVUIPG$FOUSBM&YQSFTTXBZJO the Mtn.View Whisman School District. "MMTUVEFOUTQVSTVFBDPNQSFIFOTJWF academically oriented core curriculum, and study literature, writing, history, geography, mathematics, science, health and physical education. More than 60 percent of the students Elementary schools Almond School"MNPOE"WF -PT "MUPT1SJODJQBM/BODZ%BWJT$MBTT4J[F ,VQUPVQUP&OSPMMNFOU (SBEFT,QFSDFOU&OHMJTI Language Learners. t tXXXBMNPOETDIPPMPSH Covington School$PWJOHUPO3PBE Los Altos. Principal: Erin Green. Class Size: 22. Enrollment: 501. Grades K-6. 11.6 percent English Language Learners. t tXXXDPWJOHUPOTDIPPMPSH Gardner Bullis School 25890 Fremont Road, Los Altos Hills. Principal: Erica (JMCFSU$MBTT4J[F, &OSPMMNFOU,UIHSBEF percent English Language Learners. t tXXXCVMMJTTDIPPMPSH Loyola School#FSSZ"WF -PT"MUPT Principal: Kimberly Attell. Class Size: ,VQUPVQUP&OSPMMNFOU 595. Grades K-6. 6.2 percent English Elementary schools Bubb School)BOT"WF .UO7JFX Principal: Mary Dietrich. Class Size: K-1: &OSPMMNFOU #VCC4DIPPMTFSWFTUIFDFOUSBMBSFBPG Mountain View and is located near the southeast boundary of the city. K-5. 4UVEFOUTTQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOE percent are English-language learners. 20 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com SAINT FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL tradition success pride family spirit teamwork be Achieve Your Personal Best www.sfhs.com sponsored by the brothers of holy cross i Mountain View School holidays Mtn. View Whisman School District (School year runs Aug. 20, 2012-June 7, 2013) School starts: "VH Labor Day: 4FQU Veterans Day: /PW Thanksgiving holidays: /PW December break: %FD +BO Martin Luther King Day: +BO Winter Break: 'FC Spring break: "QSJM Memorial Day Observed: .BZ Last day of school: +VOF Los Altos School District (School year runs Aug. 22, 2012-June 12, 2013) School starts: "VH Labor Day: 4FQU Veterans Day: /PW No school: /PW Thanksgiving holiday: /PW December recess: %FD +BO Martin Luther King Day: +BO No school: +BO Presidents' Days/Winter recess: 'FC Spring recess: "QSJM Memorial Day Observed: .BZ Graduation / Last day of school: +VOF Mtn. View-Los Altos Union High School District (School year runs Aug. 13, 2012-May 31, 2013) School starts: "VH Labor Day: 4FQU Veterans Day: /PW Thanksgiving recess: /PW Holiday recess: %FD +BO Martin Luther King Day: +BO Winter recess: 'FC Spring recess: "QSJM Memorial Day Observed: .BZ Graduation / Last day of school: .BZ Language Learners. t tXXXMPZPMBTDIPPMPSH Oak School0BL"WF -PT"MUPT 1SJODJQBM"NZ3PNFN$MBTT4J[F ,&OSPMMNFOU (SBEFT,QFSDFOU&OHMJTI Language Learners. t tXXXPBLTDIPPMPSH Santa Rita School-PT"MUPT "WF -PT"MUPT1SJODJQBM3ZBO)BWFO $MBTT4J[F,VQUPVQUP &OSPMMNFOU(SBEFT,5IF OFJHICPSIPPETTFSWFECZ4BOUB3JUBBSF MPDBUFECFUXFFO'PPUIJMMBOE$FOUSBM &YQSFTTXBZTJOUIFDJUJFTPG-PT"MUPT .PVOUBJO7JFXBOE1BMP"MUP4BOUB3JUB TUVEFOUTGFFEJOUP&HBO*OUFSNFEJBUF 4DIPPMGPSUIBOEUIHSBEFT QFSDFOU&OHMJTI-BOHVBHF-FBSOFST t tXXXTBOUBSJUBTDIPPMPSH Springer School3PTF"WF .UO 7JFX1SJODJQBM8BEF4QFOBEFS$MBTT 4J[F&OSPMMNFOU(SBEFT, QFSDFOU&OHMJTI-BOHVBHF-FBSOFST t tXXXTQSJOHFSTDIPPMOFU Mtn. View-Los Altos Union High School District Administration Office#SZBOU4U .UO7JFX4VQFSJOUFOEFOU%S#BSSZ3 (SPWFT&OSPMMNFOU&UIOJDSBDJBM QFSDFOUBHFT $BVDBTJBO -BUJOP "TJBO "GSJDBO"NFSJDBO 'JMJQJOP 1BD*TM t tXXXNWMBOFU Board of Education t 1IJM'BJMMBDF QSFTJEFOU FNBJMNWMBGBJMMBDF!ZBIPPDPNUFSN FYQJSFT%FDFNCFS t +VEZ)BOOFNBOO WJDFQSFTJEFOU KVEZIBOO!BPMDPNUFSN FYQJSFT%FDFNCFS t %FCCJF5PSPL DMFSL UPSPL!BPMDPNUFSNFYQJSFT %FDFNCFS t +PF.JUDIOFSKNNWMB! DPNDBTUOFUUFSNFYQJSFT%FDFNCFS t 4VTBO4XFFMFZ TVTBOTXFFMFZ!HNBJMDPNUFSN FYQJSFT%FDFNCFS Alta Vista High School#SZBOU "WF .UO7JFX1SJODJQBM#JMM1JFSDF $MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU" EJTUSJDUDPOUJOVBUJPOQSPHSBNUIBU P�FSTBQSPHSBNGPDVTFEPOCVJMEJOH BDBEFNJDBOEGVODUJPOBMTLJMMT BTXFMM BTCBTJDXPSLIBCJUT4UVEFOUTNVTU NFFUUIFTBNFSJHPSPVTHSBEVBUJPO DSFEJUSFRVJSFNFOUTBOEDPNQFUFODZ TUBOEBSETBTBMMPUIFSTUVEFOUTJOUIF .UO7JFX-PT"MUPT6OJPO)JHI4DIPPM %JTUSJDU"TBDPOUJOVBUJPOIJHITDIPPM "MUB7JTUBQSPWJEFTTUVEFOUTBTFDPOE DIBODFUPTVDDFFE4UVEFOUTTQFBL MBOHVBHFT BOEQFSDFOUBSF&OHMJTI MBOHVBHFMFBSOFST t tXXXNWMBOFUBWIT Middle schools Blach Junior High School $PWJOHUPO3PBE -PT"MUPT1SJODJQBM 4BOESB.D(POBHMF&OSPMMNFOU (SBEFTQFSDFOU&OHMJTI MBOHVBHFMFBSOFST t tXXXCMBDITDIPPMPSH Egan Junior High School8 1PSUPMB"WF -PT"MUPT1SJODJQBM#SFOEB %ZDLNBO&OSPMMNFOU(SBEFT QFSDFOU&OHMJTIMBOHVBHFMFBSOFST t tXXXFHBOTDIPPMPSH 22 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com i Mountain View Michelle Le !(% Roller Students in Patti Fambrini's cooking class saut� onions and check on their pot of chili at Los Altos High School in January. Los Altos High School 201 Almond Ave., Los Altos. Principal: Wynne Satterwhite. Class Size: 28. Enrollment: 1,618. Los Altos High School is a comprehensive high school offering a full spectrum of subjects. Traditional departmental offerings are augmented by thematic programs and special classes. Students speak 32 languages, and 5.3 percent are English-language learners. t tXXXMBNWMBOFU Middle College Program 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. Enrollment: 65. An alternative high school program for juniors and seniors located at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills. It combines high school and college classes in a collaborative effort between the Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District, the Palo Alto Unified School District and Foothill College. Admission: Two letters of recommendation, application and essay. Foothill placement tests if accepted. t tXXXNWMBOFUBMUQSPHNJEEMF college Mountain View High School 3535 Truman Ave., Mtn. View. Principal: Keith Moody. Class Size: Freshman English BOENBUIDMBTTFTBMMPUIFST &OSPMMNFOU "DBEFNJDQSPHSBNJT tailored to meet the needs of a diverse student body. It provides a broad range of options including vocational courses for students who seek employment after graduation, post-high school training in technical institutes, community college classes and Advanced Placement programs that engage students in college-level work while still in high school. Students speak 31 languages, and less than 10 percent are Englishlanguage learners. t tXXXNWMBOFUNWIT 460. Tuition: There is no tuition, but parents are asked for donations by the BCS Foundation. Donations are voluntary and do not affect enrollment. K-8 public school chartered through the Santa Clara County Board of Education. Offers co-curricular and extended-day programs. Emphasis on individualized teaching and character development. Priority given to students from the Los Altos School District. t tXXXCVMMJTDIBSUFSTDIPPMDPN coasters and matching acce ssories !% -&!( Peanut butter and growling dogs $+ Golf and gett ing along with he r big sister Home schooling Home School Hotline 180 El Camino Real, Ste. 10, Millbrae. Information, resources and support for home schooling families. t tXXXIPNF� SFTDPN Independent Study Program $SJUUFOEFO.JEEMF4DIPPM 3PDL4U #101, Mtn. View. Program coordinator: Stacey Mason. Enrollment: up to 30. K-8 home schooling program offered by the Mtn. View Whisman School District. Admission: Parental interview. t tIPNFTDIPPM!NWXTEPSH $ &%- $( & % That she keeps this smil e every day %&' &%$ %&!$% Private elementary and middle schools Canterbury Christian School 101 N. El Monte Ave., Los Altos. t tXXXTUQBVMTBOHMJDBODIVSDIPSH German International School of Silicon Valley 310 Easy St., Mtn. View. t tXXXHJTTWPSH The Girls' Middle School 3400 West Bayshore Road, Palo Alto. t FYU tXXXHJSMTNTPSH The Harker School 4300 Bucknall Road and 3800 Blackford Ave., San Jose. t tXXXIBSLFSPSH %' #' )$&&&&$$%%! & *"$ &$%'%&!," & (%&&& %&' &-% %"%%! $&$(!" & , &$%!!"$!$%&%'"&! %"$ ' ($! &&&$ %!'&&($+%& -$&& !'&!" . $"%%! % $ "& &'%"+!'$$ . &$' #'%&+ *+/'$$ )( '.) ,#&$$ "$ $#')- (() )+' - Charter schools Bullis Charter School 102 W. Portola Ave., Los Altos. Principal: Wanny Hersey. Class Size: K-3: 20; 4-8: 25. Enrollment: ...!)#)') / /&'*/%"**"'&*!)#)') www.MountainViewOnline.com Info Mountain Views 23 1 2.3 Los Altos Christian School 625 Magdalena Ave., Los Altos. t tXXXMBDTDPN i Mountain View !"# "#$ Yew Chung International School of Silicon Valley&BTZ4U .UO7JFX t tXXXZDFGDPN %& " $.( " // $ ( , -, /*/ /* . - / . 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Kindergarten - 8th Grade . Excellent Academics . Dedicated and Caring Faculty . State-of-the-Art Facilities . Music, Arts and Athletics . After-School Programs Call now for your personal tour! Aileen Mitchner Director of Admission 650.494.8200 ext. 104 firstname.lastname@example.org CAIS and WASC Accredi ted A Bene ficiary of the JCF Confidential Scholarships Available KEYS SCHOOL Open Houses - 2012 Lower School (K-4) Sat., Nov. 3 Middle School (5-8) Sat., Oct. 13 and Thu., Nov. 8 Please see website for times. t,JOEFSHBSUFOUISPVHIUIHSBEF t*OEFQFOEFOU OPOTFDUBSJBO DPFEVDBUJPOBM $"*4BDDSFEJUFE t&OHBHFE IBOETPOMFBSOJOH t4USPOHBDBEFNJDT t8IPMFDIJMEBQQSPBDI t$VMUVSFPGSFTQFDUBOEFNQBUIZ t*OWPMWFEDPNNVOJUZ t"WFSBHFDMBTTTJ[F KEHILLAH JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire. � William Butler Yeats Admission Open House Sundays 2-4:30pm October 14, 2012 December 9, 2012 January 13, 2013 KEHILLAH KEHILLAH JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL years 3900 FABIAN WAY PALO ALTO, CA 94303 www.kehillah.org GROW ING COMMUNITY FOR A DEC A DE Lower School Campus - 2890 Middlefield Road Middle School Campus - 3981 El Camino Real Palo Alto, CA 94306 (650) 328-1711 www.keysschool.com Kehillah means community. 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A leader in FRENCH IMMERSION in Palo Alto. Established nursery through 8th grade programs. Accepting pre-school applications. Register for a tour today. Colleges and universities Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley/"4" 3FTFBSDI1BSL #MEH .P�FUU'JFME &OSPMMNFOU5VJUJPO TFNFTUFSGVMMUJNFQSPHSBNT BEEJUJPOBMGFFT'VMMUJNFPSQBSU UJNFHSBEVBUFQSPHSBNTJOTPGUXBSF FOHJOFFSJOH TPGUXBSFNBOBHFNFOU JOGPSNBUJPOUFDIOPMPHZ BOEFMFDUSJDBM BOEDPNQVUFSFOHJOFFSJOH5IF4JMJDPO 7BMMFZDBNQVTJTBMTPIPNFUPBHSPXJOH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF THE PENINSULA Ecole internationale de la P�ninsule s WWWISTPORGs(650) 251-8504 Community colleges De Anza College4UFWFOT$SFFL #MWE $VQFSUJOP1SFTJEFOU#SJBO 1MH4IRMRWYPE E Now ,MKL7GLSSP nrolling 6)74)'8/-2(2)77%'')48%2')6)74327-&-0-8= Mid-Peninsula High School, a community for learning since 1979, offers students a stimulating, nurturing, safe environment that empowers them to reach their full academic and social potential. U��>`i�ʣ� U�1 �>VV�i`�i` U�/i>�-���� U�,}�`��� U�->� >��i� U�� i�Li�V>`iV�*�}�>� (650) 321-1991 www.mid-pen.com Join us at either of our upcoming Open Houses: Saturday, October 20th and Saturday, April 20th No RSVP Necessary 26 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com i Mountain View A proud grad waves to his family as he and his fellow Mountain View high School students proceed to their graduation research center in software mobility. t tTWDNVFEV &.FBEPX$JSDMF 1BMP"MUP1SFTJEFOU /FBM,JOH$MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPO QFSRVBSUFS QFSZFBS GPSJOQFSTPODMBTTFT QFSUFSNQFSZFBS GPS POMJOFDMBTTFT4P� B6OJWFSTJUZP� FST BDDSFEJUFEHSBEVBUFQSPHSBNTUP FYQMPSFUIFDPOOFDUJPOTBNPOHNJOE CPEZBOETQJSJU5IFVOJWFSTJUZP� FST SFTJEFOUJBMEBZ FWFOJOHBOEPOMJOF EFHSFFT JODMVEJOHBO."JODPVOTFMJOH USBOTQFSTPOBMQTZDIPMPHZPSXPNFOT TQJSJUVBMJUZ 1TZ%JODMJOJDBMQTZDIPMPHZ BOE1I%JOQTZDIPMPHZPSUSBOTQFSTPOBM QTZDIPMPHZ*OBEEJUJPOUIFZP� FSHMPCBM BOEMPXSFTJEFODZQSPHSBNTBOEXJMM CFP� FSJOHVOEFSHSBEVBUFEFHSFF DPNQMFUJPOTUBSUJOHJO'BMM t tXXXTP� BFEV Academics and Arts [dg>c[Vcih!EgZhX]dda@^cYZg\VgiZc Building Kidz School 7j^aY^c\@^Yo Egdk^YZh/ U Music, Theater, and Credentialed Staff, Open Door Policy, Safety Access & Cameras Dance Instruction U Math, Science, Spanish, Stanford University4UBOGPSE1SFTJEFOU +PIO)FOOFTTZ$MBTT4J[F7BSJFT &OSPMMNFOU VOEFSHSBEVBUFT HSBEVBUFTUVEFOUT5VJUJPO UVJUJPO SPPNBOE Menlo College&M$BNJOP3FBM CPBSE4"54DPSFT4FFXXXTUBOGPSE "UIFSUPO1SFTJEFOU%S+BNFT+,FMMZ FEVIPNFTUBUJTUJDT*OBEEJUJPOUPJUT $MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU5VJUJPO QFSZFBS SPPNBOECPBSE VOEFSHSBEVBUFBOEHSBEVBUFEFHSFF QSPHSBNT 4UBOGPSEP� FST$POUJOVJOH 'PVSZFBSQSJWBUFDPMMFHFTQFDJBMJ[JOHJO 4UVEJFT1SPHSBNT PQFOUPUIF VOEFSHSBEVBUFCVTJOFTTNBOBHFNFOU DPNNVOJUZUISPVHIPVUUIFZFBSDVMUVSBM FEVDBUJPO XIJDIJTCVJMUVQPOBTUSPOH QSPHSBNT TVDIBTUIF-JWFMZ"SUTNVTJD GPVOEBUJPOJOUIFMJCFSBMBSUT EFQBSUNFOUDPODFSUTFSJFTBOEMFDUVSFT t QMBZT BSUFYIJCJUTBOEBUIMFUJDFWFOUT tXXXNFOMPFEV "ENJTTJPO"QQMJDBUJPOEVF+BO Sofia University (formerly Institute t tXXXTUBOGPSEFEV of Transpersonal Psychology) THE BEST OF TWO WORLDS LEARNING IN GERMAN AND ENGLISH CALL FOR OPEN HOUSE DATES! Looking for a small, intimate and accredited independent school for your children? Consider Woodland, a Preschool to Grade 8 school on a lovely 10 acre setting. Curriculum includes academics and enrichment programs in French, art, music and more. Limited spaces available for 2012-2013 Call the Admissions office to schedule a tour. C ONVENIENT L OCATION O FF 280 AND MOUNTAIN VIEW, BERKELEY & SAN FRANCISCO t)WXEFPMWLIH dual-immersionPERKYEKI TVSKVEQW+IVQER )RKPMWL JVSQ preschool to high school t High-standard FMPMRKYEPIHYGEXMSREP GSRGITXXLEXJSWXIVW holistic and individual development t Safe and nurturingPIEVRMRKIRZMVSRQIRXWEX three locationsMRXLI7ER*VERGMWGS&E]%VIE 4LSRI`;IF[[[KMWWZSVK`)QEMPSJJMGI$KMWWZSVK Michelle Le Social Studies, Writing and Literature U Hot Nutritious Meals 250 East Dana St., Mountain View 650-967-8000 w w w . b u ild in g k id z s c h o o l. c o m Scan to learn more A CADEMICS � C OMMUNITY � C HARACTER A LPINE R OAD 360 La Cuesta Drive, Portola Valley sWWWWOODLAND SCHOOLORG www.MountainViewOnline.com Info Mountain Views 27 WOODLAND SCHOOL What school is meant to be. 2012-13 SCHOOL TOURS & High School Nursery - 21st Century Smart Open Houses: Upper School Oct. 28, Dec. 2 Middle School Oct. 7, Nov. 4 waldorfpeninsula.org OPEN HOUSES www.menloschool.org/admissions ),-./-.01&-20.&%.01#2-30-.,* ! # $ "% & # '() !!$!" # !"&%# %!# %#%"$ 0)8-)8.01-2<28825=&,3 38& !!" # $ % &" ' ( #" %)* " +" ( #" " ( & ( #" ;;; 45678#""9:: ! 28 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com $- "44&4 "$ 5*7*5*&4 "/%$)*-%$"3& Arts organizations California Youth Symphony 441 California Ave. #5, Palo Alto. Founded in 1952, the Palo Alto-based youth orchestra performs at Spangenberg Theatre in Palo Alto, Foothill College, Flint Center and San Mateo Performing Arts Center. Open to kids ages 8-18. t tXXXDZTPSH Cantabile Youth Singers of Silicon Valley*OEVTUSJBM"WF 4UF 1BMP Alto. Established in 1994, Cantabile Youth Singers of Silicon Valley operates six choirs serving children ages 4-18. Auditions and demonstration classes in August, January and May. t tXXXDBOUBCJMFPSH Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) at Finn Center4BO"OUPOJP $JSDMF .UO7JFX:FBSSPVOEQSPHSBNT for all ages and levels, including: lessons, DMBTTFT DBNQTJONVTJD BSU OFXNFEJB JOTDIPPMQSPHSBNTDPODFSUT MFDUVSFT exhibits and outreach events. Preschool classes for ages 18 months and older. .VMUJMJOHVBMGBDVMUZPGNPSFUIBO professional musicians, artists and educators. Financial aid offered. t tXXXBSUTBMMPSH El Camino Youth Symphony Association'BCJBO8BZ 1BMP "MUP5IFBXBSEXJOOJOH&$:4TQPOTPST eight ongoing ensembles that rehearse XFFLMZBOEQFSGPSNSFHVMBSMZ5IFZ include the Senior Symphony, the Sinfonietta Orchestra, four preparatory orchestras, a flute ensemble and a XJOEPSDIFTUSB.VTJDJBOTZSTNBZ request an audition. t tXXXFDZTPSH Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra Middlefield Road, #M1, Palo Alto. "XBSEXJOOJOHZPVUIPSDIFTUSBIBT been performing locally for more UIBOZFBST5IFTFBTPOSVOTGSPN 4FQUFNCFS+VOFBOEGFBUVSFTXPSME SFOPXOFETPMPJTUTBOETUSJOHPSDIFTUSB masterpieces performed at the highest level. t tXXXQBDPNVTJDPSH Peninsula Youth Theatre0ME .JEEMF� FME8BZ .UO7JFX1FOJOTVMB Youth Theatre, a home company of UIF.PVOUBJO7JFX$FOUFSGPSUIF Performing Arts, is a nonprofit children's UIFBUFSGPSBDUPSTBHFTZFBST*UBMTP operates a school of performing arts for DIJMESFOBHFTZFBST t tXXXQZUOFUPSH QNGVMMEBZBOEIBMGEBZQSPHSBNT GPSJOGBOUT UPEEMFSTBOEQSFTDIPPMFST infant care, extended day care and developmental and preschool/pre-K QSPHSBNTTOBDLT t tXXXBDUJPOEBZQSJNBSZQMVTDPN Ames Child Care Center NASA Ames 3FTFBSDI$FOUFS .BJM4UPQ/ .P� FUU'JFME)PVSTBNQN Programs for infants, toddlers, preschool transition and pre-school students. Tuition assistance available, reduced rates for civil servant employees of the Ames Research Center. -JDFOTF NAEYC accredited. t tXXXBNFTDIJMEDBSFPSH Building Kidz School&%BOB4U .UO7JFXNPTZST'VMMPSIBMGEBZ QSPHSBNTBTXFMMBTTVNNFSDBNQT available. Enrollment on a first-come, first-served basis. t tCVJMEJOHLJE[TDIPPMDPN Children's Learning Cottage &TDVFMB"WF .UO7JFXZST.PO'SJ BNQN$VSSJDVMVNJODMVEFT indoor/outdoor play, language, math, science/cooking and arts. t tXXXDMDPUUBHFDPN Michelle Le El Camino YMCA(SBOU3PBE .UO 7JFX-JDFOTFEQSFTDIPPMBOEBGUFS school programs are developmental and incorporate the YMCA's four core values: caring, honesty, respect and SFTQPOTJCJMJUZ#BMBODFPGIPNFXPSL assistance and recreational and FOSJDINFOUBDUJWJUJFT)PMJEBZ XJOUFS and spring camps. Regular business hours: Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. t tXXXZNDBTWPSHFMDBNJOP German International School of Silicon Valley&BTZ4U .UO7JFX 1SFTDIPPMBOE, ZST GVMMEBZ QSPHSBN.PO'SJBNQN (SBEFTBOEBGUFSTDIPPM 4BUVSEBZ BOETVNNFSQSPHSBNTP� FSFEBTXFMM (FSNBOCJMJOHVBMQSPHSBN t tXXXHJTTWPSH Hobbledehoy Montessori Preschool +BOF-BOF .UO7JFXZST .POUFTTPSJQSPHSBNXJUINVTJDBOE ESBNBUJDQMBZ SFBEJOHBOEXSJUJOH SFBEJOFTT MPXTUVEFOUUFBDIFSSBUJP -JDFOTF'VMMUJNFBOE QBSUUJNFQSPHSBNT.PO'SJBN QN t tXXXIPCCMFEFIPZPSH Kiddie Academy&.JEEMF� FME 3PBE .UO7JFX%FWFMPQNFOUBMBOE QSFLJOEFSHBSUFOQSPHSBNTDIJMESFO Curriculum focuses on phonics, math, science, language, art, music and social EFWFMPQNFOU-JDFOTFBOE Wearing a gorilla suit, Castro School Principal Judy Crates greets students in the Dual Immersion first-grade class with a gift of bananas. t tXXXLJEEJFBDBEFNZDPNNPVOUB JOWJFX Little Acorn School.JSBNPOUF "WF .UO7JFX.PO'SJBNQN BMMEBZ NPSOJOH BGUFSOPPOZSTUPUBM DBQBDJUZDIJMESFOGVMMDPTUDFOUFS BNQNTOBDLQSPHSBNTTVDIBTNVTJD and foreign language are also offered. -JDFOTF t tXXXGQDNWPSH&EVDBUJPOIUNM Mountain View KinderCare8 &M$BNJOP3FBM .UO7JFX"DDFQUT DIJMESFOXLTZST BNQN Snacks and meals served. t tXXXLJOEFSDBSFDPN Mountain View Parent Nursery School#SZBOU"WF .UO7JFX Parent participation school for children 2.9-5 yrs. 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Montessori, religious QSPHSBNTTOBDLT MVODI$ISJTUJBO t tXXXTUQBVMPSH St. Timothy's Nursery School (SBOU3PBE .UO7JFX.PO'SJ BNQN%BJMZTDIFEVMFNPSOJOHPS BGUFSOPPODMBTTFTZSTUPUBMDBQBDJUZ QFSDMBTTDIJMESFOGVMMDPTUDFOUFS t tXXXTUUJNPUIZTOVSTFSZTDIPPMPSH Theuerkauf Preschool4BO -VJT"WF .UO7JFX.PVOUBJO7JFX 8IJTNBO4DIPPM%JTUSJDU1SFTDIPPM Program uses a developmentally based DVSSJDVMVNUIBUJTBMJHOFEXJUI$BMJGPSOJB %FQBSUNFOUPG&EVDBUJPOBOE'FEFSBM 1SFTDIPPMTUBOEBSET"HFTZST BNUPQN t tXXXUIFVFSLBVGNWXTELDBVT Western Montessori Day School .PPSQBSL8BZ .UO7JFX.PO'SJ BNQN XJUIFYUFOEFEIPVST BWBJMBCMF$IJMESFOZST.POUFTTPSJ -JDFOTF t tXFTUFSONPOUFTTPSJDPN YMCA -- Castro Elementary School &TDVFMB"WF .UO7JFX, after-school enrichment program P� FSTDIJMESFOBCBMBODFPGIPNFXPSL assistance and recreational, academic and enrichment activities. 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Box 24764, Oakland. t tXXXQFBDFBOEGSFFEPNPSH Peninsula Democratic Coalition P.O. #PY -PT"MUPT t tQFOJOTVMBEFNPDSBUTDPN Santa Clara County Republican Party -- Silicon Valley 522 N. Monroe St., San +PTF t tXXXTWHPQDPN 650-725-4868 tIUUQL[TVTUBOGPSEFEV Recycling and hazardous waste disposal Computer Recycling Center 4VOOZWBMF t tXXXDSDPSH Goodwill of Silicon Valley%SPQP� MPDBUJPOTJODMVEF4IPXFST%SJWF .UO7JFX t tXXXHPPEXJMMTWPSH GreenCitizen)PNFS"WF 1BMP"MUP t FYUPS 8900, ext. 101 tXXXHSFFODJUJ[FODPN Mountain View Recycling Center 935 5FSSB#FMMB"WF .UO7JFX t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDIiCVZ CBDLBOEESPQP� w Santa Clara County HHW Program #FSHFS%SJWF #MEH 4UF P� DF ESPQP� TOPUBDDFQUFEIFSF 4BO +PTF t tXXXIIXPSH Santa Clara County Home Composting Program t tXXXTDDHPWPSH TFBSDIiIPXUP DPNQPTUw Michelle Le Taiko drummers practice before the Obon Festival in July at the Mountain View Buddhist Temple. 650-498-6500. Stanford Referral Center, 800-756-9000. Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System 3801 Miranda Ave., Palo Alto. t tXXXQBMPBMUPWBHPW &7JSHJOJB4U 4UF 4BO+PTF t tXXXTBMBPSH Mediation Project Sentinel44VOOZWBMF"WF 4VJUF 4VOOZWBMF t tNFEJBUFVT!IPVTJOHPSH tXXXIPVTJOHPSH Radio stations KFJC 89.7 FM 12345 S. El Monte Road, -PT"MUPT)JMMT t3FRVFTUTCVTJOFTT 650-949-7260 tXXXL� DPSH KZSU 90.1 FM10#PYNVTJD SFMBUFE 10#PYCVTJOFTT t3FRVFTUT#VTJOFTT Historical associations Mountain View History Center .PVOUBJO7JFX1VCMJD-JCSBSZ 'SBOLMJO4U .UO7JFX t tMJCSBSZNUWJFXHPW Mountain View neighborhood or homeowner associations Cuernavaca Homeowners Association t tXXXDVFSOBWBDBIPBDPN Cuesta Park Neighborhood Association tXXXDQOBNWDPN Dutch Haven Association t Martens Carmelita Neighborhood Association t3PCJO*XBJBU Monta Loma Neighborhood Association tXXXNPOUBMPNBPSH North Waverly Park Neighborhood Association t-BVSB#SPXOBU North Whisman Neighborhood Association t4PPTIBOE+FTTJDB(BOEIJBU 969-2429 Old Mountain View Neighborhood Association$BTUSP4U .UO7JFX tXXXPNWOBPSH Rex Manor Neighborhood Association t4IJOHTSVT!HNBJMDPN Springer Meadows Neighborhood Association t$BSPMF4UFQQBU tDBSPMF!TUFQQDPN Homeless services Alpha Omega Homeless Services 204 4UJFSMJO3PBE .UO7JFX t tXXXDTBDBSFTPSH Community Working Group 2507-A "MNB4U 1BMP"MUP t tIUUQDPNNVOJUZXPSLJOHHSPVQPSH InnVision Shelter Network Food Closet)BNJMUPO"WF 1BMP"MUP t tXXXJWTOPSH The Opportunity Center&ODJOB Ave., Palo Alto. t tXXXJWTOPSH The Salvation Army 1161 S. 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Housing Project Sentinel44VOOZWBMF"WF 4UF 4VOOZWBMF t tXXXIPVTJOHPSH International issues Mountain View Sister City Affiliation 10#PY .UO7JFX t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI iTJTUFSDJUJFTw Law Senior Adult Legal Assistance (SALA) Political groups Green Party -- Santa Clara County P.O. #PY .UO7JFX Here to serve you www.ccdsj.org www.MountainViewOnline.com Info Mountain Views 35 i Mountain View Santa Clara County Recycling Hotline San Jose State University Center for Development of Recycling, 1 Washington Square, San Jose. t tXXXSFDZDMFTUV� PSH SMaRT Station$BSM3PBE Sunnyvale. t tSFDZDMJOHJOTVOOZWBMFDPN GPSSFTFSWBUJPOT GPSDBODFMMBUJPOTPSDIBOHFTJO reservations tXXXPVUSFBDIPSH Senior Luncheons at First Christian Church.JEEMF� FME3PBE 1BMP"MUP t tDIJOFTFDPNNVOJUZDFOUFSPGUIFQFO insula.com Senior Nutrition Program&TDVFMB "WF .UO7JFX t tXXXDTBDBSFTPSHVOEFSi4FSWJDFTw tab Seniors At Home$IBOOJOH"WF 1BMP"MUP t tXXX4FOJPST"U)PNFPSH UIF#MJOE%ZTMFYJD t tXXXMFBSOJOHBMMZPSH OUTREACH Paratransit3PDL"WF 4UF 4BO+PTF t*OGPSNBUJPOPOFMJHJCJMJUZ SFTFSWBUJPOT 55% tXXXPVUSFBDIPSH Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired&M$BNJOP3FBM 4UF 1BMP"MUP t tXXXWJTUBDFOUFSPSH Westwind 4 -H Riding for the Handicapped/Westwind Riding Institute"MUBNPOU3PBE -PT "MUPT)JMMT t tXXXXFTUXJOEIPSH t/FFE'PPE $BMM tXXXTIGCPSH Social Services Agency -- North County District Office.P� FUU #MWE .UO7JFX t tXXXTDDHPWPSH Veterans Emergency Social Work Fund.JSBOEB"WF 1BMP"MUP t FYU tXXXQBMPBMUPNFEWBHPW Research institutions NASA Ames Research Center.P� FUU 'JFME .UO7JFX t tXXXOBTBHPWDFOUFSTBNFT Volunteering Bill Wilson Center5IF"MBNFEB San Jose. t tXXXCJMMXJMTPODFOUFSPSH Environmental Volunteers &NCBSDBEFSP3PBE 1BMP"MUP t tXXXFWPMTPSH Music for Minors/4IPSFMJOF #MWE $ .UO7JFX t tXXXNGNPSH Peninsula Interfaith Action "SSPZP"WF 4BO$BSMPT t tXXXQJBQJDPPSH Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS).JSBOEB"WF 1BMP"MUP t tXXXQBMPBMUPWBHPW Seniors Avenidas#SZBOU4U 1BMP"MUP t tXXXBWFOJEBTPSH Handyman Services t Service groups AAUW-Los Altos-Mountain View Branch (American Association of University Women) t tXXXMBNWDBBBVXOFU Kiwanis Club of Mountain View10 #PY .UO7JFX t tXXXGBDFCPPLDPNLJXBOJTNW Quota International of Mountain View/Los Altos10#PY .UO7JFX t4BSBI1FSF[BU tXXXRVPUBEPSH Rotary Club of Mountain View .P� FUU#MWE .UO7JFX tXXXDMVCSVOOFSDBQPSUBM)PNF BTQY BDDPVOUJE Social services 2-1-1 Santa Clara County 1BSLNPPS"WF 4UF 4BO+PTF t PS tXXXTDDPSH Child Abuse Reporting (Santa Clara County Child Protective Services) West Julian St., San Jose. t tXXXTDDHPWPSH TFBSDIGPSiDIJME abuse" Community Services Agency of Mountain View/Los Altos4UJFSMJO 3PBE .UO7JFX t tXXXDTBDBSFTPSH Day Worker Center of Mountain View &TDVFMB"WF .UO7JFX t tXXXEBZXPSLFSDFOUFSNWPSH Jewish Family and Children's Services $IBOOJOH"WF 1BMP"MUP t tXXXKGDTPSH Second Harvest Food Bank#JOH St., San Carlos. Rose Kleiner Center&TDVFMB "WF .UO7JFX t Community Services Agency 4UJFSMJO3PBE .UO7JFX t tXXXDTBDBSFTPSH Council on Aging Silicon Valley 5IF"MBNFEB 4BO+PTF t QSFTTPQUJPO tXXXDPBTJMJDPOWBMMFZDPN Mountain View Senior Center &TDVFMB"WF .UO7JFX t tXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW TFBSDI "senior center" Older Adults Care Management -BNCFSU"WF 1BMP"MUP t tXXXJPBHJOHPSH Outreach Van3PDL"WF 4UF San Jose. tGPSJOGPSNBUJPO Youth and children La Leche League.FFUTJO(VJME)BMM PG4U5JNPUIZT&QJTDPQBM$IVSDI (SBOU3PBE .UO7JFX t&MJ[BCFUIBU tIUUQTTJUFTHPPHMFDPNTJUFMMMPGNW Las Madres Neighborhood Playgroups Inc.10#PY 4BO Jose. t tXXXMBTNBESFTPSH Services for people with disabilities Abilities United.JEEMF� FME3PBE 1BMP"MUP t tXXX"CJMJUJFT6OJUFEPSH Learning Ally'BCFS1MBDF 4UF 1BMP"MUP'PSNFSMZ3FDPSEJOHGPS Inspirations First Church of Christ, Scientist, Palo Alto The heart of Christian Science is Love. It's about feeling God's goodness, as Jesus taught. You're welcome at our healing services! Sundays: "HVJEFUPUIFTQJSJUVBMDPNNVOJU Z A place to Worship.... Connect....Serve. With Music www.cspaloalto.org 3045 Cowper St. (650)493-7870 36 sInfo Mountain View www.MountainViewOnline.com 9:00 & 10:45AM Worship Services Children's classes all morning. Jr. High & High School meet at 10:45AM. College Group meets at 9:30AM. Mountain View City Government $JUZ)BMM$BTUSP4U .UO7JFX t(FOFSBMQIPOF t8FCTJUFXXXNPVOUBJOWJFXHPW City Council City Council meetings: 6:30 p.m. second and fourth Tuesdays, in Council Chambers, City Hall. Website: www.mountainview.gov/city_council/ Mike Kasperzak, mayor First elected to council 1999 and termed out in 2007, elected to third term in 2009, Vice mayor in 2011. Term expires 2013. "EESFTT.PSUPO$PVSU .UO7JFX Home phone: 650-941-2479 0� DFQIPOF John Inks, vice mayor First elected to council 2009. Term expires 2013. "EESFTT4IPXFST%SJWF8 .UO7JFX Home phone: 650-941-4167 Office phone: 650-941-4167 &NBJMKPIOJOLT!NPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Margaret Abe-Koga First elected to council 2007, vice mayor in 2008, mayor 2009. Term expires 2015. "EESFTT$IVSDI4U .UO7JFX Home phone: 650-940-1656 Office phone: 650-903-6304 Ronit Bryant First elected to council 2007, vice mayor 2009, mayor 2010. Term expires 2015. "EESFTT8%BOB4U .UO7JFX Home phone: 650-964-1966 &NBJMSPOJUCSZBOU!NPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Laura Macias First elected to council 2005, mayor in 2007. Term expires 2013. "EESFTT&SOFTUJOF-BOF .UO7JFX )PNFQIPOF &NBJMMBNBDJBT!NPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Tom Means First elected to council 2005, vice mayor 2007, mayor 2008. Term expires 2013. Home phone: 650-961-4414 0� DFQIPOF &NBJMUPNNFBOT!NPVOUBJOWJFXHPW Jac Siegel First elected to council 2007, vice mayor 2010, mayor 2011. Term expires 2015. "EESFTT#0SUFHB"WF .UO7JFX )PNFQIPOF 0� DFQIPOF HOW TO CONTAC T LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS City of Mountain View Council-appointed officials City Attorney: Jannie Quinn, 650-9036303 City Clerk: -PSSJF#SFXFS City Manager: Daniel Rich, 650-9036301 Senior Advisory 2 p.m., third Wednesday, Senior Center, 266 Escuela Ave.; staff -- Michele Petersen, 650-9036330 Tennis Advisory Board meets as needed; staff -- Henry Perez Alonso, 650-903-6404 Visual Arts 6 p.m., second Wednesday, Atrium Conference Room; staff -- Ellis Burns and Michelle Coral, 650-903-6306 Youth Advisory 4:30 p.m., first Monday, Community Center, 201 S. Rengstorff Ave.; staff -- Kristine Pardini, 650-9036331 Boards, commissions and committees Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory 6:30 p.m., quarterly, last Wednesday, Plaza Conference Room; staff -- Helen Kim, 650-903-6311 Downtown BN BTOFFEFE POB Tuesday, Plaza Conference Room; staff -- Ellis Berns, 650-903-6306 Environmental Planning 7 p.m., first and third Wednesdays, Council Chambers, second floor; staff --Martin Alkire, 650-903-6306 Human Relations 6:30 p.m., first Thursday, Plaza Conference Room, City Hall; staff -- Kim Castro, 650-903-6301; 650-903-6210 Library Board 7:30 p.m., third Monday, -JCSBSZ$POGFSFODF3PPN 'SBOLMJO St.; staff -- Rosanne Macek, 650-9036335 Parks and Recreation 7 p.m., second Wednesday, Senior Center, 266 Escuela Ave.; staff -- TBA, 650-903-6331 Performing Arts 7 p.m., third Wednesday, Center for the Performing Arts, SecondStage; staff -- Scott Whistler, 650-903-6565 School districts Santa Clara County Office of Education 1290 Ridder Park Drive, San Jose. Superintendent: Charles Weis. Board of Trustees meeting: 5:30 p.m., first and third Wednesdays of the month. t tXXXTDDPFLDBVT Foothill-De Anza Community College District 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. Chancellor: Linda M. Thor. Board meetings: 6 p.m. first Monday of each month at the district boardroom on Foothill Campus. t tXXXGIEBFEV natural open space and provides for MPXJOUFOTJUZQVCMJDSFDSFBUJPO%JTUSJDU encompasses population of 741,000 in 550 square miles, including 26 cities BOEBSFBTPGUISFFDPVOUJFTCFUXFFO Los Gatos and San Carlos and to the Pacific Ocean in San Mateo County, from the southern border of Pacifica to the Santa Cruz County line. Maintains more than 60,000 acres of open space in 26 preserves. Board meets second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 7 p.m. in the district office. 2012-13 total budget: $41.4 million t tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH Santa Clara Valley Water District District Address: 5750 Almaden &YQSFTTXBZ 4BO+PTF#PBSEPG%JSFDUPST meetings: 9 a.m. second and fourth Tuesday. t tXXXWBMMFZXBUFSPSH El Camino Hospital District 2500 Grant 3PBE .UO7JFX$IJFG&YFDVUJWF0� DFS Tomi Ryba. Board of Directors meets monthly on the second Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in the hospital's conference center. t)FBMUI-JOF 5556; Patient and Family Comment Line: 650-940-7263 tXXXFMDBNJOPIPTQJUBMPSH Department heads Assistant City Manager/Employee Services Director: Melissa Stevenson Dile, 650-903-6309 Community Development Director: Randy Tsuda, 650-903-6306 Community Services Director: TBA Finance and Administrative Services Director: Patty Kong, 650-903-6317 Fire Chief: Bradley Wardle, 650-9036365 Library Services Director: Rosanne Macek, 650-903-6335 Police Chief: Scott Vermeer, 650-9036350 Public Works Director: Michael Fuller, 650-903-6311 Special districts Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District District Address: 330 Distel Circle, Los Altos. General manager: Steve Abbors. 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