Rather, Castro Street wasn’t always the walkable, pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare that Mountain View has come to embrace since the early 1990s. And Mountain View, as well as the surrounding peninsula communities, largely have Michael Freedman to thank.
More is less when it comes to the environment, and a report from Mountain View confirms it.
Report finds more homes is “environmentally superior” to business as usual
San Francisco—Counter to conventional wisdom, a Mountain View report has concluded that adding more homes would reduce how much people drive, an “environmentally superior” plan to one with fewer homes.
Where do you go when you’re ready to downsize?
Ah, summer blockbuster season. What will you see? The Green Lantern? Hangover 2? What about A Convenient Truth?
Five years ago, Anthony Chang and his wife, Wendy Wong, decided to intentionally change the way they were living.
Greenbelt Alliance appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Notice of Preparation for the EIR for the Mountain View General Plan 2030.
Imagine living in a city that supports and encourages health and healthy practices. Imagine a place where people care about what children eat.
In a 5-2 vote, the Mountain View City Council approved last night a proposal to redevelop a prime downtown spot, the former Minton’s Lumber Yard, with 203 apartments. Thanks to ongoing advocacy efforts, the Minton’s development will include seven new, affordable apartments.
Thursday, Feb. 18, the Mountain View Coalition for Sustainable Planning hosted Redwood City planner Dan Zack to give his presentation: “Delightful Density: Strategies for Comfort, Convenience, and Choice in the Cities of the New Reality.”