Drivers along a heavily traveled route into and out of Los Altos Hills will contend with traffic delays for several months as the Purissima Hills Water District completes a capital improvement project in the area.

Drivers along a heavily traveled route into and out of Los Altos Hills will contend with traffic delays for several months as the Purissima Hills Water District completes a capital improvement project in the area.

Legal fees owed by the city of Los Altos have increased by more than $2 million over the past two years as city officials grapple with legal challenges involving issues ranging from state housing legislation to cellphone technology and downtown development.

Before Eduardo Arias purchased his Los Altos Hills home in 1996, he checked local flight paths, just as he had before buying each of his prior homes. At the time, he noted, airplanes passed by approximately every three to four hours. Starting in 2014, when the Federal Aviation Administration…

The majority of accessory dwelling units in Los Altos Hills are rented at prices affordable to households earning less than moderate incomes, a sign the town is making strides toward eventually reaching its current Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA), according to the results of an onli…

With COVID-19 cases rising and the delta variant spreading, local health officials are now urging businesses to require that their employees get vaccinated.

Los Altos Hills officials are actively seeking candidates to replace outgoing City Manager Carl Cahill. Last week, recruiter Gary Phillips of Bob Murray & Associates published a colorful, virtual brochure describing the town, the position and the associated benefits.

You’ll notice comments on our online news stories look different these days – we’re experimenting with the Facebook Comments Plugin, which has led to a dramatic increase in people using real names. But it also offends some readers who don’t want us to require Facebook credentials to comment.…

The Los Altos City Council last week finalized a design option for a new emergency operations center facility, intended to serve as a communications hub during major disasters. The action came as ham radio operators cited major cost overruns and project delays.