Plan sets on this webpage are intended to provide greater public outreach to neighboring residents and are intended to be used for review purposes only. Any duplication or unauthorized use of these documents may be protected under the Federal Copyright Law. Note: It may take up to seven (7) days for the project plans to be uploaded to the City's website. Prior to this, plans may be reviewed at the City of Palo Alto's Development Center located at 285 Hamilton Avenue. If you need additional information please call 650-329-2441.
In order to provide better service to the community, Planning staff is moving towards greater use of the Building Eye website. This website will give you a graphic/map view of all recent Planning applications, project status in real time, and quicker access to project plans. Significant commercial, residential and mixed-use projects will still be shown on this webpage along with more specific project details.
To access project information, including plans where appropriate, please follow the steps below to access our permit database.
3. Click on the map marker (i.e. dot) and a sidebar on the right hand side will open that lists projects for the address. Here is where you will find a basic project summary. If no symbol shows on the map, there is no active project associated with the address.
4. Project Plans (and other documents): To view the project's plans, scroll to and select the “More details” button listed for the respective project in the sidebar.
5. In the new window that opens, click on the “Record Info” tab and select “Attachments”. A list of available documents will be shown.
Please click on the first letter of the street address of the project for faster navigation.
Adobe Creek / 101 Overcrossing (3600 West Bayshore) - Site and Design Review of a Proposed Highway 101 Bicycle/Pedestrian Overcrossing between the Oregon Expressway and San Antonio Road Overcrossings, as well as the proposed Adobe Creek Bridge and Adobe Creek Reach Trail.
Wireless Project - 17PLN-00228 Formal Application Architectural- Cluster 3- neighborhood- Review of location/siting criteria, configuration design criteria, and configuration design options for the deployment of small cell wireless communication equipment on utility poles and streetlights in the public right-of-way. Project proposes multiple sites. Wireless Project - 17PLN-00169 - Formal Application - Tier 3 WCF - Vinculums/Verizon - Cluster 1 - This application proposes 18 small cell node locations within the Mid-Town, Palo Verde, St. Claire Gardens, and South of Mid-Town neighborhoods.
Wireless Project- 17PLN-00170 - Formal Application - Tier 3 WCF - Vinculums/Verizon - Cluster 2 - This application proposes 10 small cell node locations within the Barron Park, Palo Alto Orchards, Charleston Meadows, Fairmeadow neighborhoods, as well as adjacent to Stanford Shopping Center.
Wireless Project- 17PLN-00193 -Preliminary Architectural Review – Crown Castle. Request by Rochelle Swanson, on behalf of Crown Castle, for Preliminary Architectural Review of location/siting criteria, configuration design criteria, and configuration design options for the deployment of 16 small cell wireless communication equipment facilities on utility poles and streetlights in the public right of way. Project proposes multiple sites.
1310 Bryant Street- Request by Kathleen Layendecker, on behalf of the Castilleja School Foundation, for an amendment to an existing Conditional Use Permit to increase the number of students.
3600 West Bayshore- Site and Design Review of a Proposed Highway 101 Bicycle/Pedestrian Overcrossing between the Oregon Expressway and San Antonio Road Overcrossings, as well as the proposed Adobe Creek Bridge and Adobe Creek Reach Trail.
380 Cambridge Avenue - Architectural Review to renovate two existing buildings and to demolish the existing building at 380 Cambridge Avenue for the construction of a three-story 35,000 s.f. commercial building.
3877 El Camino Real - Architectural Review Board (ARB) review for a new three-story mixed use project at 3877 El Camino Real with 18 residential units and approximately 5,038 sf of commercial space.
4115 El Camino Real- Major Architectural Review of proposed three-story commercial/residential mixed-use building.
4190 El Camino Real -Request for Preliminary Architectural Review of a Proposed 5,340 Square Foot, 22 Foot Tall Service Building Addition and 14,380 Square Foot, 27 Foot Tall Solar Canopy Over Existing Parking at an Auto Dealership
2775 Embarcadero Road- Request for a Parks Improvement Ordinance (PIO) and Major Architectural Review for the Baylands Boardwalk Improvement.