Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
A proposal to update Los Altos Hills Town Hall facilities calls for replacing the Heritage House, above, with additional green space.
A proposal to update Los Altos Hills Town Hall facilities to accommodate a growing number of activities is gaining traction – albeit with baby steps, council members assure.
At last month’s city council meeting, Councilman Roger Spreen presented findings from a subcommittee discussion about repurposing existing town hall square footage. He described three potential options that could unfold in tandem: replacing or extending the 880-square-foot Parks and Recreation Department building until it connects with the main town hall structure; enclosing the 300-square-foot patio behind the council chambers; and replacing the 1,000-square-foot Heritage House with green space.