We're looking for good stories about our good neighbors.
We want to continue to highlight all that our community is doing, together, to bring positivity and goodwill during the COVID-19 pandemic. What are the best ways you've seen Mountain View band together to show support for their neighbors? Share it with us! Email your photos and stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.
REMINDER: We want your art!
Did you do some coloring this week? Show some community togetherness spirit! After you download a copy, have your kiddos show off their artistic skills and send it to email@example.com, along with your name and neighborhood, so we can share with the community. Rumor has it we might even showcase some of them at the Center for Performing Arts marquee!
Mountain View News
Council Meeting Tomorrow 5/5
The May 5 Council Meeting Agenda includes:
- Recognition of Affordable Housing Month and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
- Update from the City Manager on City’s response to COVID-19 pandemic
- New housing at 355-365, 401 and 415 East Middlefield Road
- Budget impacts from COVID-19
- Additional allocation of funds to help with Rent Relief
SURVEY: We'd like your feedback
Beginning next week, the Briefing will be sent out on Wednesdays and Fridays. We're working to collect the most important information for our community as well as tell the stories that inspire you as we continue to navigate this crisis.
What else do you want to see in the Briefing? Please complete this survey to help us continue to improve our messaging for our residents.
Mountain View Heart 2 Heart
In partnership with the Community Services Agency (CSA), a new program called Mountain View Heart 2 Heart will be delivering handwritten notes, cards, and other creative gems to the hundreds of seniors relying on CSA for food each week. Note donations will be accepted on a continual basis at a private residence (please do not take to the CSA, as they do not have the capacity to manage them). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the drop off address, to arrange a bulk pickup (2 dozen or more), or to ask questions.
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Shoreline Golf Reopened
Shoreline Golf reopened today with restrictions consistent with the County and State’s orders, including only single players teeing off at one time, players walking the course, and removal of high-touch elements such as bunker rakes and golf ball washers.