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Mountain View is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is named because of the views of the Santa Cruz Mountains available from the town's location. The city is in the Silicon Valley and is home to several high technology companies. The first company to develop silicon semiconductor devices was established in Mountain View. Some of the largest technology companies in the world are located in Mountain View including Google, Symantec and Intuit.

Population: 70708
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Foothill College

Zip Codes associated with mountain view, california: 94040 94041 94043
Towns/Cities near mountain view, california : Los Altos Waverly Park Sunnyvale Cuesta Park Blossom Valley Jackson Park Monta Loma Loyola

Mountain View News
New Executive Order Expected To End Obama Regulation Limiting...

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif: The Trump administration issued a new executive order today that laid the foundation to reverse the Obama administration's late 2016 rule restricting short-term health coverage to less than three months. The short-term rule was issued on October 31, 2016 and did not go into effect until April of this year, after the Obama administration left office.

Menlo Park author pens dystopian tale set in aftermath of China's one-child policy

In Menlo Park writer Maggie Shen King's vision of near-future China, the nation's one-child policy results in a dangerous imbalance, with men greatly outnumbering women. Her debut novel, "An Excess Male," - released this month - imagines the unintended consequences of encouraging women to marry two - or even three - men at a time.

A pollution solution that's growing on trees

John L. Freeman holds a healthy poplar tree leaf that was treated with endophytes to breakdown TCE on his left hand, and a poplar leaf that was not treated in his right hand at NASA Ames Research Center on Oct. 13, 2017. Photo by Michelle Le Like a Cold War relic, the southeastern side of Moffett Field is showing its age with long swaths of empty asphalt lots, shuttered military housing and a former McDonald's that stopped serving burgers years ago.

ANTIDOTE: Travis Scott headlines the upcoming Rolling Loud festival at Shoreline Amphitheatre.

A new breed of underground South Florida rappers has gained mainstream traction while the region also serves as a springboard for a hip-hop festival with global aspirations. After three years of hosting capacity crowds in Miami, the Rolling Loud festival expands to the Bay Area this weekend, and plans are in the works to take the festival to Europe and Asia.

Caltrain work forces Crisanto car campers to leave

An RV resident walks exchanges a few words with a Mountain View police officer, City of Mountain View officials and Caltrain officials on Crisanto Avenue on Oct. 17, 2017. Photo by Michelle Le One of Mountain View's largest encampments of people living out of their vehicles was shaken up this week after city officials warned residents they needed to clear out for a Caltrain construction project.

The legend lives on

"The Prince of Egypt" premieres in its newest incarnation presented by TheatreWorks, wowing local audiences before it heads to its partner location in Denmark. TheatreWorks continues its commitment to producing new creations destined for life beyond Mountain View, and lavishes its resources in this gorgeous, talent-filled production.

City looks to the sky for future transit line

In their quest to lay the groundwork for a future transit system, members of the Mountain View City Council are grappling with more than one paradox. -- They want a system customized for solving local traffic congestion, but that can be linked across Santa Clara Valley's cities and transit lines -- Any new transit project should be elevated to ease traffic congestion and costs, but must not block views, impose heavy shadows or allow peeping into resident's backyards.

Menlo Park council OKs temporary commercial pot ban

Menlo Park City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to give preliminary approval to a 45-day moratorium on using land for commercial cannabis-related purposes and on allowing people to grow cannabis outdoors for personal use. The measure could be extended 22 months.

Phish Welcomes Bob Weir For 6 Songs In Nashville On This Date In 2016

On the afternoon of October 18, 2016 Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir stepped on-stage to accompany Phish during the quartet's soundcheck at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville for "Walkin' Blues" and word quickly spread to fans of both bands. While Deadheads and Phish fans were then expecting a collaboration as part of the Tuesday night show itself, the second ever Bob Weir/Phish summit went well beyond the hopes and dreams of most.

Bridge School Benefit: Will the fabled concerts ever return?

Roger Waters performs at the Bridge School Benefit concert at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. The first Bridge was 1986 at Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View.

MV firefighters battle deadly North Bay blaze

Mountain View firefighters were among a team from North County that helped battle the wildfires raging in the North Bay. Courtesy of Zack Bond of the Mountain View Fire Department Thousands of firefighters have finally turned a corner in the battle to control multiple fires in Northern California that have burned through more than 200,000 acres and left 41 people dead, making it collectively the deadliest wildfire in the state's history.

A mindful approach to teen drug use

Clinical Supervisor Veronica Foster, right, and co-therapist Colin Gray plan to lead group therapy for teens struggling with drug and alcohol use. Photo by Michelle Le.

Polls find support for high school bond measure

The Mountain View-Los Altos High School District is gearing up for a potential bond measure next year aimed at accommodating hundreds of additional students and replacing crumbling buildings long past their prime. Polls conducted last month found that support among voters throughout the district, which includes Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills, easily exceeds the 55 percent required to pass a facilities bond, with close to two-thirds of respondents saying they would vote to approve either a $198 million or a $268 million bond.

Thinking of getting a cat? Here's what you can expect to pay

Have you considered adding a cat to your household? Our last column explored the costs of owning a dog, so now it's time to examine expenses for our feline friends. Did you know that 47 percent of American households have a cat? That is more than 94 million cats, according to American Pet Products 2017-2018 Pet Owners Survey.

Shop Talk: New bakery opens; Chop & Pub

In the latest Shop Talk column, read about a new Palo Alto bakery and a booze-and-tapas establishment headed to Mountain View. Coffee from Santa Cruz's Verve, fresh-baked bread and tartines are among the menu items at the newly opened in downtown Palo Alto.

Symantec's Norton Line Lands On Azure Cloud, A Huge Win For Microsoft

Symantec choosing Azure to host its ubiquitous line of consumer security products represents not only a big customer win for Microsoft's public cloud but also a tremendous endorsement of its data security capabilities, partners told CRN. Through the deal revealed Monday, the Mountain View, Calif.-based cybersecurity company will deliver its Norton line of antivirus and data protection products from Azure to millions of customers.

It's no use tooting the horn. The robot at the wheel can't hear you

As vehicle accidents go, it wasn't much: 12 minutes before noon on a cool June day, a Chevrolet Bolt was rear ended as it crawled from a stop light in downtown San Francisco. In California, where companies like Cruise Automation and Waymo are ramping up testing of self-driving cars, human drivers keep running into them in low-speed fender benders.

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