EVERGREEN'S PARKING PLAN ... Parking permits for the Evergreen Park-Mayfield neighborhoods went on sale on March 12, and signage announcing the new permit-parking restrictions will be installed in April, according to City of Palo Alto officials. The city expects to begin enforcing the program April 24. A warning period will be in effect before citations are issued to non-permit holders. A total of 250 employee permits will be made available for the one-year pilot project, along with residential permits. Those wishing to apply for a permit must sign up online at cityofpaloalto.org/parking. More information is available by calling 650-440-8074 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The phone number only takes messages.
SOUTHGATE SURVEY ... The City of Palo Alto will be sending the Southgate neighborhood a survey at the end of March to learn whether a neighborhood majority supports adopting a parking program. As currently envisioned, the program would limit the number of nonresident vehicles from parking in the neighborhood Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. A trial program would be evaluated after a year.
TREE CELEBRATIONS ... The nonprofit Canopy is offering free neighborhood tree walks of the following Palo Alto neighborhoods: April 8, Midtown and May 13, Southgate. Cubberley Community Day Tree Planting takes place March 25, 9 a.m.-noon at Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. More information about the tree planting and tree walks is available at canopy.org.
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