Every other year three city council members plus staff members from most of the city departments — including Police, Public Works (streets and traffic), Community Services,

Wednesday, October 31, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Trick-or-treating is a tradition — but we also need it to be a welcome and safe experience

Local candidates (Click on red type for candidate’s website) Mountain View City Council candidates: Mountain View Whisman School District Board candidates: Mountain View Los Altos High School District

The deadline to register to vote is Monday, October 22. You can check your registration here or by calling 1-866-430-868 toll free. If you need to

Show your pride in our neighborhood by wearing a Monta Loma tee shirt. Some red shirts and gray shirts ordered for sale at the Ice Cream

Thanks to everyone who helped make this year’s event such a huge success. The four volunteers at the two welcome tables signed in over 300 attendees who

Approximately 75 residents attended the meeting on May 30 in the community room at 250 Mayfield. MLNA President Linda Harvey briefly reviewed the past year’s activities

Last year’s 11 block parties were greatly enjoyed, so if your block hasn’t yet begun the tradition, this is the year to begin. “How-to” information is

During a city-wide drill on Saturday, April 21, Monta Loma CERT members delivered disaster-preparedness information door-to-door. If your home was missed, or you’d like extra copies

The 2018 Spring Fling held in the newly renovated multi-use room at Monta Loma School, was another success. See photos and a report here.