Last week, our Safeway on Shoreline ran out of fresh herbs, which we love to enhance our meals with. Our next-door neighbor decided to share fresh herbs from their garden with the whole neighborhood and it made our day! Our meals have been so delicious this week thanks to them :) -- Amanda F.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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
Virtual Town Hall
The City’s first virtual Town Hall was held on April 24. Mayor Margret Abe-Koga was joined by Congresswoman Anna Eshoo and City Manager Kimbra McCarthy to answer questions from the community about:
- The #TogetherMV rental and small business relief programs and eviction moratorium
- Supportive programs implemented for Mountain View’s homeless and unstably housed residents
- Updates about the City’s current economic forecast and scheduled City Council hearings on the proposed FY 2020-21 budget
- Updates on the increased Federal funding for small businesses, hospitals, and expanded testing
You can watch the full Town Hall here.
City Council Meeting April 28
Next Tuesday's Council Meeting Agenda includes a study session on a Shoreline Blvd. & Highway 101 bike/ped bridge, an update on the City’s response to COVID-19 pandemic, an update to City policy on water services as it relates to SB998: The Water Shutoff Protection Act, and more.