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In the Public Interest: Why It is Critical to Allow Voters to Decide on Caltrain’s 1/8 Cent Sales Tax Measure

Mayor Adrian Fine provides his perspective on this important transportation issue.


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Parks and Recreation Commission Panel Discussion Tomorrow

Join the Parks and Recreation Commission on July 28 at 6 p.m. for a panel discussion related to opening Foothills Park to nonresidents.


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Virtual Exhibit Explores Artists’ Creative Response to Life Under COVID-19

CASP Artists Barbara Boissevain and Pantea Karimi curated a virtual exhibit featuring the work of fourteen artists in residence


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State Puts Brakes on New County Health Order

Governor Gavin Newsom’s latest COVID-19 Order for California came on the same day the new Santa Clara County Health Order was expected to go into effect. Gyms, hair and nail salons and other indoor businesses were expected to reopen in Santa Clara County on Monday, July 13 for the first time since March 17, but they are on hold once again.


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Black Lives Matter Mural Part of Race & Equity Discussions

The temporary Black Lives Matter mural on Hamilton Avenue is just one aspect of a larger City dialogue taking place on race and equity.


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Come View Palo Alto’s Black Lives Matter Mural

The Black Lives Matter mural on Hamiliton Avenue in front of Palo Alto’s City Hall is now complete.


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Palo Alto Race & Equity Action Plan Unveiled

An evolving, comprehensive effort is underway in Palo Alto to address racism and bias through a Race & Equity action plan.


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Police Community Learning Sessions Begin

The Palo Alto Police Department is holding a series of one-hour online community briefings that offer insight into the department and some aspects of law enforcement.


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Restored Services & Operations in Palo Alto

City-operated services continue to evolve during each phase of this COVID-19 public health situation as Palo Alto follows the guidance of the Santa Clara County Health Department.


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Palo Alto Resolution & Public Art Program Mural for Black Lives Matter

In solidarity with the nationwide movement and the Palo Alto City Council resolution in honor of Black Lives Matter, Palo Alto plans to join other cities around the country, to place a mural with the words "Black Lives Matter" on the street area outside of City Hall on Hamilton Avenue within the next week.


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