LAH News Briefs

Following is a roundup of news from Los Altos Hills.

Mayor hosts weekly office hours

Mayor Courtenay C. Corrigan is scheduled to hold regular weekly office hours 10 a.m. to noon Mondays at the Heritage House (adjacent to town hall), 26379 W. Fremont Road.


Commission Briefs

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Los Altos Parks and Recreation Commissioner Lynette Lee Eng chats with a senior during the grand opening of the Grant Park Senior Center.

The Los Altos and Los Altos Hills Senior Commission took the following actions at its Jan. 5 meeting.

City considers signage along West Edith

The city will examine placing additional signage along West Edith Avenue – near San Antonio Road – that cautions motorists to watch out for crossing pedestrians.


LAH Council Preview

Los Altos Hills Mayor Courtenay C. Corrigan is scheduled to convene the first city council meeting of the year 6 p.m. Thursday at town hall, 26375 W. Fremont Road. Following is a summary of several agenda items.

For the full agenda and online video streaming of council meetings, visit


News Briefs

Los Altos

• First Street between West Edith Avenue and Shasta Street is scheduled to close Friday to allow a large crane to hoist materials to the rooftop of the 100 First St. condominium development.

The closure is permitted between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., but contractors anticipate that the closure will be needed only 9 a.m. through 3 p.m.


New Briefs

Downtown below-market-rate housing units available

The city of Los Altos reported last week that five below-market-rate housing units are available to qualified buyers as part of a new 46-unit condominium complex at 100 First St.

The city is advertising the availability of three one-bedroom condos, plus a pair of two-bedroom units, ranging in price from $179,300 to $339,930.


News Briefs

VTA extends deadline for bus-plan comment

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority extended the comment period for its draft environmental impact report regarding its proposed Bus Rapid Transit plans for a 17.4-mile stretch of El Camino Real, including Los Altos and Mountain View.

The new deadline for comments is 5 p.m. Jan. 14.


LA City Council Briefs

The Los Altos City Council took the following actions at its Nov. 25 meeting.

Council moves forward with downtown survey

The council unanimously approved conducting a new resident survey on downtown Los Altos.


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