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Inside info By the Numbers ............................... 6
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Students in a yoga class relax on their paddleboards in the middle of Shoreline Lake in Mountain View. Photo by Photo Intern Magali Gauthier.
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FAC TS AND STATISTICS ON MOUNTAIN VIEW Black: 4.7% Hispanic: 16% Asian/Pacific Islander: 14.1
Commercial and industrial space (2000): 30 million sq. ft.
(Sources: U.S. Census, Community Services at City of Mountain View, Mountain View Housing Element Update 2009)
Education and income Median household income (2007): $82,904 Male FT year-round workers: $76,866 Female FT year-round workers: $60,954 Michelle Le
Artist Rachel Slick’s sculpture of 17 metal birds in flight called “Swift Crossing” is located near the back entrance to Shoreline Park near the corner of San Antonio Road and Terminal Boulevard.
Year incorporated: 1902
City-maintained trees: 28,500 (street, park and median)
Square miles: 12.2 2012-13 city General Operating Fund budget: $95.8 million
Sister cities: Hasselt, Belgium; Iwata, Japan
City employees: 558
Police officers: 95
Median age (2010): 35.9
Fire stations: 5
Median age (1990): 32.8
Fire Department employees: 88.5
Seniors - 65 and older (2010): 10.6%
Seniors - 65 and older (1990): 9.8%
Vital signs Population (2010): 74,066 Population (1990): 67,460 Parks: 37 (includes Shoreline Regional Park)
Racial/ethnic breakdown (2010): White: 56% Black: 2.2% Hispanic: 21.7% Asian/Pacific Islander: 26.5%
Adults with bachelor’s degree or higher (2010): 26.5%
Total Households (2010): 31,957 Total Households (1990): 31,487
Miscellaneous Mean travel time to work: 21.1 minutes
Single-family housing (2000): 12,848
Number of Mtn. View residents who walk to work: 885
Median home price (2013, through June): $1,270,00 (single family)* Median home price (2012, through June): $1,050,000 (single family)* Median home price (1990): $342,700 (single family) Median condo price (2013, through June): $630,000* Median condo price (2012, through June): $612,500* Average monthly (asking) rent (2013): $2,970 (two bedroom, two bath)** Average monthly (asking) rent (2013): $2,082 (one bedroom, one bath)**
(Source: Census 2000; *Silicon Valley
Mountain View incorporates and town haberdasher Daniel Frink becomes first mayor: Nov. 7, 1902
Arrow Development begins manufacturing Disneyland’s first rides at 231 Moffett Boulevard: 1953
Woman’s Club opens first public library: April 1905
Silicon Valley’s first silicon-based electronics lab established at 391 San Antonio Road: 1955
First grammar school opens: 1857 First train arrives: Jan. 18, 1864 First large fruit orchards planted by local ranching families: c. 1880 First high school opens: 1902
Police Department purchases its first police car: 1929 Naval Air Station, Moffett Field (originally NAS, Sunnyvale) commissioned: April 12, 1933 NACA (now NASA) Ames Research Laboratory founded: Dec. 20, 1939
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(Source: Western Regional Climate Center, Reno, NV — Moffett Field)
Average household size (1990): 2.23
Acres of city-owned open space: 775
First movie house, the Glen Theatre, opens: July 31, 1909
Average household size (2010): 2.31
Median monthly rent (2000): $1,679 (one bedroom, one bath)**
Shop-owner Jacob Shumway appointed first postmaster, credited with officially naming town: 1854
(Source: Santa Clara County Assessor’s Office)
Coldest day in city history: Jan. 5, 1949 (21 degrees)
Racial/ethnic breakdown (1990):
First major industrial plant, the Pacific Press, opens: April 16, 1905
Total Assessed Valuation (Jan. 1, 2008): $15.27 billion
Acres of city parks: 189
Mountain View first forms around stagecoach stop on El Camino Real at Stevens Creek: c. 1852
Total Assessed Valuation (Jan. 1, 2013): $18.76 billion*
Hottest day in city history: June 14, 2000 (106 degrees)
Mariano Castro attains ownership of Estrada’s rancho; the Castros become the “first family” of Mountain View: 1845
Commercial and industrial space (1900): N/A
(Sources: U.S. Census, ABAG)
Miles of city-maintained streets: 139.2
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Mayfield Mall, one of Northern California’s first indoor shopping malls, opens: Oct. 6, 1966 First Art & Wine festival: 1971 The Byte Shop at 1063 West El Camino Real becomes first store to sell Apple computers anywhere: 1976 First concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre: June 29, 1986 VTA Light Rail’s first day of service in Mountain View: Dec. 17, 1999
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) Google opens first offices in Mountain View: August 1999 City celebrates first 100 years of incorporation with dedication of Centennial Plaza: Nov. 7, 2002 Computer History Museum’s opens first public exhibit in current building: June 2, 2003 Information compiled by Nick Perry, author of “Images of America: Mountain View and Mountain View: Then & Now.” For more information on Mountain View’s history visit the Mountain View Historical Association at www. mountainviewhistorical.org and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ MVHistory.
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Movies Always check out Mountain View Online for the most current movie times and information, including reviews and movie trailers. Movie Screener is the fast and easy way to get information about movies. tXXXNWWPJDFDPN Century Cinema 16/4IPSFMJOF Blvd., Mtn. View. Multiplex showing mainstream new releases. Arcade games and cafe. t tXXXDJOFNBSLDPN Stanford Theatre 221 University Ave., 1BMP"MUP3FTUPSFENPWJFIPVTF showing the classics, including silent ĂśMNT-JWF8VSMJU[FSPSHBONVTJDCFGPSF BOEBGUFSUIFTIPX$BMFOEBSTPG programs are available at the theater. t tXXXTUBOGPSEUIFBUSFPSH
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2055, Mtn. View. Rehearses at First United Methodist Church Hall, 535 Old San Francisco Road, Sunnyvale. 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 tXXXCBSCFSTIPQIBSNPOZPSH Foothill Symphonic Winds P.O. Box 1BMP"MUP'PSNFEJO UIJT QJFDFDPNNVOJUZCBOEQFSGPSNT classical and contemporary works written or transcribed for symphonic wind ensemble or concert band. Three concerts a year are held at Cubberley Theatre, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. t t'PPUIJMM4ZNQIPOJD8JOETPSH 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 and a free outdoor Pops concert every June. t tXXXQFOJOTVMBTZNQIPOZPSH Peninsula Womenâ€™s Chorus P.O. Box 50532, Palo Alto. Fifty-voice womenâ€™s choir specializing in serious music from the medieval through contemporary periods. Concert seasons are December and May, with several performances in
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Mountain View Whisman School District Administration Office 750-A San Pierre Way, Mtn. View. Superintendent: Craig Goldman. Enrollment: 5,010 . Ethnic/ racial percentages (2012-13): Hispanic, 45; Caucasian, 29; Asian, 15; #African American, 2; multiple, 7; other, 2. 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.
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Stevenson School 750-B San Pierre Way, Mtn. View. Principal: Tyler Graff. Class Size: K-4: 25; 5: 30. Enrollment: 305. 4UFWFOTPO4DIPPMJTUIFIPNFPGUIF PACT (PArent-Child-Teacher) Program, a parent-participation program. Students TQFBLMBOHVBHFTQFSDFOUBSF English-language learners. t tTUFWFOTPONWXTEPSH Theuerkauf School4BO-VJT"WF Mtn. View. Principal: Connie VasquezSawdey. Class Size: K-3: 25; 4-5: 30. &OSPMMNFOU5IFVFSLBVG&MFNFOUBSZ 4DIPPMTFSWFTUIFOPSUIFBTUFSOBSFBPG Mountain View and the military housing BU.PĂ˛FUU'JFME5IFBSFBTVSSPVOEJOH 5IFVFSLBVGJTNBEFVQPGTJOHMF family dwellings and some apartment DPNQMFYFT4UVEFOUTTQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOEQFSDFOUBSF&OHMJTIMBOHVBHF learners. t tXXXUIFVFSLBVGNWXTEPSH
Middle schools Crittenden Middle School3PDL St., Mtn. View. Principal: Geoffrey Chang. Class Size: 32. Enrollment: $SJUUFOEFO.JEEMF4DIPPMTFSWFT the area north of Central Expressway in the Mtn. View Whisman School District. The neighborhood is made up of a combination of single-family dwellings and apartment complexes. 4UVEFOUTTQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOE 29 percent are English-language learners. t tXXXDSJUUFOEFONWXTEPSH Graham Middle School 1175 Castro St., Mtn. View. Principal: Kim Thompson. Class Size: 30. Enrollment: (SBIBN4DIPPMTFSWFTTUVEFOUT JOHSBEFTMJWJOHTPVUIPG$FOUSBM Expressway in the Mtn.View Whisman School District. All students pursue BDPNQSFIFOTJWF BDBEFNJDBMMZ oriented core curriculum, and study literature, writing, history, geography, mathematics, science, health and QIZTJDBMFEVDBUJPO.PSFUIBO percent of the students participate in JOTUSVNFOUBMPSWPDBMNVTJD4UVEFOUT TQFBLMBOHVBHFT BOEQFSDFOU
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30. Enrollment: 585. Grades K-6. 6.8 percent English Language Learners. t tXXXMPZPMBTDIPPMPSH Oak School 1501 Oak Ave., Los Altos. 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 OFJHICPSIPPETTFSWFECZ4BOUB3JUB BSFMPDBUFECFUXFFO'PPUIJMMBOE $FOUSBM&YQSFTTXBZTJOUIFDJUJFTPG -PT"MUPT .PVOUBJO7JFXBOE1BMP "MUP4BOUB3JUBTUVEFOUTGFFEJOUP &HBO*OUFSNFEJBUF4DIPPMGPSUI and 8th grades. 6.3 percent English Language Learners t tXXXTBOUBSJUBTDIPPMPSH Springer School3PTF"WF .UO7JFX1SJODJQBM8BEF4QFOBEFS $MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU(SBEFT K-6. 6.3 percent English Language Learners. t tXXXTQSJOHFSTDIPPMOFU
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