Resolution of the Council of the City of Palo Alto Expressing Support for Actions to Further Strengthen Local Democracy, Authority, and Control as Related to Local Zoning and Housing Issues HAS PASSED with a 6-1 vote (Council Member Alison Cormack dissenting). You can read the full resolution here.

You should be aware that there is more development re-screening requested, as well as development applications submitted. Council will be reviewing quite a few in the next coming weeks, here is the tentative agenda:

Tentative Council Agenda Items

February 8: Link to Agenda

  • Proposed County Teacher Housing Project,
  • Pre-screening: 209-Unit Residential project,
  • Long Range Financial Forecast and FY 2022 Budget Development Guidelines

February 22:

  • 2020 Sustainability and Climate Action Plan Study Session,
  • FY 2021 Mid-Year Budget Review,
  • Preliminary Q2 Financial Status Report & FY2022 Budget Balancing Discussion and Consideration of a contract with Duncan Solutions for License Plate Recognition Implementation in Parking Enforcement

March 1:

  • Prescreening of proposal for seven office buildings along Park Boulevard near the California Avenue CalTrain Station

March 8:

  • Castilleja School Project

March 15:

  • Castilleja School Project (Continued)*

March 22:

  • Prescreening of Town & Country Village proposal for medical office use

*Note this was updated since the Council Meeting 1/25