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Residents add roof-mounted PV systems

Residents continue to add solar panels to their roofs, with eight roof-mounted PV systems making the building permit list. The solar option is even available to those with already low energy bills. Check out a Weekly article about how a local nonprofit helps Midpeninsula residents soak up solar energy.

2050 Dartmouth St. PCE residential addition to unconditioned accessory structure (pool cabana) with two new plumbing fixtures, includes new sewer line, no work in the public right of way, $30,000

475 Melville Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

975 Loma Verde Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

311 Everett Ave., Unit# C residential multifamily kitchen and bath remodel, $24,741

759 Maplewood Place roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

114 Monroe Drive roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

2333 Webster St. change architectural sheets to reflect new architect and layout, $n/a

1486 Dana Ave. temporary power pole, $n/a

967 Dennis Drive re-roof, $20,000

74 Morton St. re-roof, $3,500

74 Morton St. re-roof, $13,500

859 Colorado Ave. residential furnace replacement, $n/a

241 Colorado Ave. red-tagged gas leak repair, $n/a

197 Walter Hays Drive bathroom remodel, $20,000

3439 South Court re-roof, $10,688

827 E. Meadow Drive re-roof, $22,500

3198 Fallen Leaf St. residential install NEMA receptacle in garage, $n/a

3615 Evergreen Drive house and garage re-roof, $16,000

537 Hamilton Ave. commercial install Level 3 car charger in underground parking structure, $n/a

405 Curtner Ave. temporary power, $n/a

241 Curtner Ave. re-roof, $44,900

530 Webster St. relocate "Bubbler Box" and pipe from rear or house to front of house, $n/a

911 Hansen Way scope revised to have existing air handler to remain until future date, $n/a

41 Somerset Place re-roof, $17,300

1450 Arcadia Place residential install wall mounted NEMA outlet in the garage, $n/a

2651 Alma St. residential gas line repair, $n/a

3500 Deer Creek Road install electric equipment, $7,000

921 Charleston Road emergency panel replacement, 10-day notice given, $n/a

2649 Alma St. residential gas line repair, $n/a

3500 Deer Creek Road accessible walk and parking restripe, $48,000

770 Bryant St. residential remodel and kitchen/bath remodel, includes removing multiple walls, no exterior changes, $125,000

4077 Ben Lomond Drive roof-mounted PV system, new level 2 wall mounted EVSE, $n/a

4060 Amaranta Ave. residential gas line repair, $n/a

2645 Alma St. residential gas line repair, $n/a

624 Keats Court replace all windows, $12,680

605 Cowper St. remove existing and install CertainTeed presidential life-time composition with a layer of diamond deck as under-laymen and solid sheathing, $17,250

1467 College Ave. residential kitchen remodel, including decreasing the size of window, $55,000

3373 Saint Michael Drive revisions to the grading and drainage plan, $n/a

777 E. Meadow Drive re-roof, $7,000

3136 Waverley St. replace existing furnace in attic and add new AC unit in rear yard, $n/a

3341 Saint Michael Court two-bathroom remodel, $24,000

341 California Ave. Landlord Work, includes interior demolition of the entire building, this is a two-story building, includes removal of second floor and roof structure (only exterior walls to remain), removal of second-floor shade awnings, downspouts and conduits, $46,350

3321 Saint Michael Drive two-bathroom remodel, $32,000

251 Scripps Court re-roof, $14,250

651 Kendall Ave. bathroom remodel, $30,000

845 Moreno Ave. new circuit for portable spa, $n/a

1095 Channing Ave. gymnasium re-roof, $32,118

3481 Kenneth Drive re-roof, $16,000

1635 Madrono Ave. residential install NEMA outlet and new subpanel, $n/a

1050 N. California Ave. structural change, increase opening from dining room into living room, $n/a

3492 Janice Way replacing existing boiler in same location, $n/a

275 Ventura Ave. re-roof, $22,000

3666 El Camino Real Family Fashion Cuts: tenant improvement and use and occupancy for a 600-square-foot tenant space, includes two hair washing sinks and new outlets, $3,500

626 Loma Verde Ave. re-roof, $12,000

3709 Ortega Court residential remodel, includes kitchen and three baths, $75,000

870 Los Robles Ave. re-roof, $19,475

3151 Ramona St. electric service upgrade to 125 amps in the same location, $n/a

275 Ventura Ave. Building 2: re-roof, $17,000

4123 Dake Ave. residential furnace replacement in the same location in mechanical closet, $n/a

160 Melville Ave. convert existing duplex into single-family residence, includes 9-square-foot addition and 800-square-foot remodel, $75,000

2290 South Court red tag gas leak repair, $n/a

328 Oxford Ave. residential roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

250 Lowell Ave. new pool and spa with associated equipment, $300,000

112 Churchill Ave. residential kitchen remodel, includes removing two interior walls, $22,000

2151 Park Blvd. replace lighting in open office and replace ceiling tiles within existing grid, $4,500

385 Sherman Ave. temporary power, $n/a

2332 South Court red tag gas leak repair, $n/a

850 Webster St. 15000-01353: in the board room revised the ceiling tile and lighting, $n/a

1146 Waverley St. red tag gas leak repair at earthquake shutoff valve, $n/a

891 La Para Ave. residential roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

3324 Middlefield Road residential roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

14 Morton St. red tag gas leak repair behind dryer and behind stove, $n/a

2200 South Court residential spot repair to gas line, $n/a

2303 Oberlin St. replace forced-air furnace and nine ducts, $n/a

576 Everett Ave. residential main water line work to be done in the public row, $n/a

180 El Camino Real 14000-03026/3027/3027: structural field clarification to a slab, $n/a

180 El Camino Real, Suite #159 Unit 159: repair water damage, replace drywall and insulation, and add paint and new flooring, $15,000

Palo Alto building permit information is sourced from the City of Palo Alto Planning & Community Environment Department.

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