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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
Missing 13-year-old girl found

A 13-year-old Crittenden Middle School student who was reported missing after school on Wednesday, April 19, was found safe the next day in Woodland, according to police. The Mountain View Police Department reported shortly after 3:30 p.m. Thursday that the student, Myra Renteria, had been located, concluding a search that began Wednesday afternoon and lasted roughly 24 hours.

Companies, PTAs fuel Measure B campaign

Construction, engineering and architecture firms remained the top donors for the Mountain View Whisman School District's parcel tax campaign through the first half of April, but contributions from PTAs and individual parents are beginning to roll in, according to campaign finance reports released Thursday, April 20. Measure B is a $191 parcel tax on this year's May 2 all-mail ballot. If passed by a two-thirds majority of voters, the measure would effectively replace the existing Measure C parcel tax, which expires at the end of June.

One final bow

The band 27 Strings will perform at Redwood Bluegrass Associates' farewell concert on April 22. Photo by Harley Licht For the past quarter century, Redwood Bluegrass Associates has been supporting and promoting top-notch bluegrass concerts on the Peninsula. Now, it's time to say goodbye.

Chemical industry targets Mountain View TCE cleanup

President Donald Trump's promise to bring back jobs by axing regulations is targeting environmental protections on Mountain View's contaminated, yet still valuable, real estate. In recent days, a chemical industry lobbying group is nudging federal officials to gut safety standards for trichloroethylene , citing the high costs associated with one of Mountain View's Superfund sites.

At 75, music legend David Crosby is still thinking about what comes next

Byrds and CSN icon David Crosby: 'A lot of people that I know really do live in the past almost constantly. I guess that's OK, but I don't.

Idea to put tracks in tunnel slowly picks up some steam

Since being elected in 2006, Menlo Park Councilman Rich Cline has been calling for the city to push rail underground. Cline has argued that a rail tunnel would separate roads from tracks, thus making it safer for pedestrians and motorists.

Could city tenants get a rent refund?

Starting next month, rents on thousands of Mountain View apartments are expected to roll back to 2015 rates as part of the city's sweeping Measure V rent control law. But tenants could soon be making the case that they deserve some compensation for the months that the measure was delayed by an ongoing lawsuit.

the couple stands smiling together outside on a beautiful day

Istanbul resident Ayhan Durak, a supply-chain manager in the Turkish Coast Guard, was at work one day early last year when soldiers approached to inform him he was under surveillance. He and his wife, Zlata, who are both Jewish, had recently applied to make aliyah to Israel.

Friday 4/21 - VTA proposes well-intentioned, less effective...

On Friday morning, the VTA board is holding a board workshop covering policies for Santa Clara County Transportation Measure B . The staff report contains a and problematic change to guidelines for Caltrain grade separations that is well-intentioned but at odds with information about the relative costs and benefits of recently planned grade separation projects.

Atherton approves cost-benefit study of fire services

Atherton's City Council has given the go-ahead to a cost-benefit study of fire services in town, something that has soured the relationship between the town and Menlo Park Fire Protection District since it was first proposed in September. The council voted unanimously Wednesday, April 19, to allow City Manager George Rodericks to negotiate a contract with Matrix Consulting Group, a management consulting firm based in Mountain View.

SES Launches Rapid Response Vehicle for Defence, Security and Humanitarian Missions

The Rapid Response Vehicle is the world's first mobile platform to offer collaborative communications technologies over multiple orbits and frequencies, including Ku-, Ka- and Military X- and Ka-bands, across SES's GEO fleet and fibre-like Ka-band delivered over its MEO constellation. The versatile RRV can easily adapt with connectivity customised for specific scenarios and applications such as high-definition video conferencing, streaming, voice, GSM backhaul, high-speed broadband, and large data file transfers in locations where infrastructure is non-existent or destroyed.

Injured fisherman rescued 600 miles off California coast

The 129th Rescue Wing of California Air National Guard at Moffett Field in Mountain View, Calif., is loading one of two HH6OG rescue helicopters in 2012. The helicopters were used to rescue an injured fisherman early Tuesday.

Study: Consumers tap brakes on self-driving car tech

Study: Consumers tap brakes on self-driving car tech Automakers have been rushing to develop self-driving technologies Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2oWczRb A row of Google self-driving cars outside the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. in this 2014 photo DETROIT -- Automakers have been rushing to develop self-driving technologies, but some consumers might be ready to tap the brakes.

A home away from home for patients and families

Amid a massive construction overhaul of El Camino Hospital's Mountain View campus, hospital officials are considering a small but compassionate addition to the plans: a home for patients to stay. El Camino officials are studying the idea of transforming a small single-family home near the southwest corner of the campus into a patient family residence, giving families and patients a comfortable place to stay during prolonged visits to the hospital.

Palo Alto eyes new direction for bus routes

The 88 bus, which currently serves Gunn High, would be disbanded and replaced with three new routes that would only run before and after school hours under the plan proposed by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. File photo by Veronica Weber.

One final bow

The band 27 Strings will perform at Redwood Bluegrass Associates' farewell concert on April 22. Photo by Harley Licht For the past quarter century, Redwood Bluegrass Associates has been supporting and promoting top-notch bluegrass concerts on the Peninsula. Now, it's time to say goodbye.

Teforia Unveils Premier Partnership with Yamamotoyama of America

The partnership includes the introduction of Yamamotoyama's world-renowned premium green teas to Teforia's masterfully crafted tea portfolio. Customers can experience the unmatched taste and health benefits of Yamamotoyama's green tea varietals by placing an order online at Teforia.com .

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