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City Manager Releases Proposed FY 2018 Budget
This week, the City issued its Fiscal Year 2018 City Manager Proposed Operating and Capital budgets.
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Portion of San Francisquito Creek Bay Trail Temporarily Closed
The San Francisquito Creek Trail will be closed on the Palo Alto side of the creek, between E. Bayshore Road and Geng Road beginning Monday, April 24 and will remain closed through the end of the year.
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Bike to Work Day 2017
The 23rd annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day is Thursday, May 11 - the perfect time to do something good for yourself, your health and the environment.
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Our Palo Alto Community Conversation
Read the April, Earth Day edition of the Our Palo Alto eNewsletter and join the community conversation.

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Mayor Scharff's April Message
Read Mayor Greg Scharff's April newsletter, where he looks at the action the Council has taken toward affordable housing and a cleaner waste method.
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City Manager Highlights Proposed FY 2018 Operating and Capital Budgets
Read City Manager James Keene's highlights of the Fiscal Year 2018 Proposed Operating and Capital budgets.
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Council Revisits, Compromises on "Granny" Units
After several hours of public commentary on April 17, Council voted to adopt a compromise on accessory dwelling units.
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Adobe Creek Bike/Pedestrian Undercrossing Reopens
The Adobe Creek undercrossing has re-opened for bicycle and pedestrian traffic, two days ahead of its slated April 15 opening.
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Property Owners Approve Storm Water Management Fee
Palo Alto property owners have voted to approve a new Storm Water Management fee that will replace the City’s existing Storm Drainage fee, increasing the amount residents pay by an average of 62 cents per month.
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Palo Alto Earth Day Report Shows Steady Progress, Challenges for Future
The City of Palo Alto continued to make steady progress in lowering Greenhouse Gas emissions over the past year with the City Council adopting the goal of an 80 percent reduction (from baseline 1990 levels) by 2030 as part of the Sustainability and Climate Action Plan draft.
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