Mountain View leaders to update state of the city under theme ‘Hope in View’

The 2021 city of Mountain View update, often called the annual “state of the city” address, is scheduled as a virtual event 8:30 a.m. Thursday.

Los Altos ranks second most affluent among small cities

Downtown Los Altos
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Advisor-Smith has named Los Altos the second most affluent among small cities in the country.

Los Altos is the second most affluent small city in America, according to a study from Advisor-Smith released last week.

BBB warns of scam targeting parents of high school students

For parents of high school students, SAT scores are a huge deal. With college admissions and scholarships on the line, paying for tutors and test prep materials may be the worth the price.

Tax deadline extended to May 17

The IRS has pushed back the federal income tax filing deadline to May 17 – more than a month beyond the normal deadline – and California’s Franchise Tax Board has agreed to do the same for individual filers.

Parking enforcement resumes next month in city’s downtown

The Los Altos Police Department will resume parking enforcement in downtown Los Altos in April after a prolonged pause due to the pandemic.

Transactions for March 24

Los Altos

1841 Alford Avenue, R. Bland to A. & D. Woodruff for $4,400,000


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