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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
Alphabet's sales growth surges, and so does its spending

Google's parent company, Alphabet Inc., posted the strongest sales growth in almost four years last quarter, indicating that marketers kept flocking to its services even as lawmakers scrutinized how internet companies harness user data to sell ads. Costs also surged as the company bought real estate and invested in new opportunities such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, consumer devices and a voice-controlled digital assistant.

Planned Parenthood finds new MV home

Despite a competitive real estate market and pending redevelopment nipping at their heels, officials at Planned Parenthood Mar Monte have staked out a permanent home for a new Mountain View clinic just a short hop from its current location. Planned Parenthood has operated its clinic on San Antonio Road for more than two decades, but last year faced the possibility of having to leave the city.

City projects to be studied under 'human rights lens'

Mountain View officials will begin looking at the human rights impacts of various city projects -- but there's still some confusion as to exactly what that means. In a new pilot program approved by the City Council earlier this month, city staff will start assessing the human rights issues attached to a handful of upcoming policies and plans.

What happened in China?

Former Councilman Mike Kasperzak shakes hands with representatives of the Chengdu Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone, as Mountain View Mayor Lenny Siegel, Dublin Mayor David Haubert and Menlo Park Councilwoman Kirsten Keith look on. On March 27, the same day that the Menlo Park City Council held a study session on the largest proposed development in the city's history -- Facebook's "Willow Village" -- Menlo Park Councilwoman Kirsten Keith was in China.

I make $122,000 in California's tech industry - and I live in my car

A search for #VanLife on Instagram yields nearly three million results. Most are high-def photos of vans on open roads or perched atop mountains with waterfalls cascading in the background.

Record Store Day 2018: As vinyl sales surge, a look back at the celebration's beginnings

The vinyl record, it's not just for parents and grandparents anymore as record sales and the independent record store have had a resurgence in popularity in the last decade. Now there is even a day to celebrate! For one Saturday every April, people come together in countries across the globe to celebrate Record Store Day.

Can Silicon Valley foundation CEO survive scandal over a toxica workplace?

Emmett Carson, president and CEO of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, at their headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Thursday, July 26, 2012.

Preparing for the worst

If an armed suspect walked onto a school campus in Mountain View prepared to open fire, would the city be ready? That's the question that hung over a panel of school officials, police and mental health counselors during a town hall on school safety Wednesday evening. Panelists advocated for a careful balance of safety drills and security measures -- without traumatizing young kids in the process -- that could make school campuses safe havens for children.

Affordable housing project carries steep price

A five-story affordable housing project is proposed to replace the Taco Bell at 950 W. El Camino Real. A new five-story affordable housing project that would replace a downtown Taco Bell received enthusiastic support from a City Council subcommittee on Thursday.

A local caterpillar infestation: 'They're dropping from trees'

Tiny hairy caterpillars were so thick in the branches of the trees in Mountain View that they're dropping down and falling onto people's heads and bodies. "All of a sudden a caterpillar will be falling in front of your face," says Parks Section Manager Jakob Trconic."

Burnt out home in California hits market at $1.5million

The property market is on FIRE: Burned-out Silicon Valley home is at the center of a $1.5million bidding war - days after another condemned home in the region easily raised seven figures Despite the home's devastated appearance after suffering a fire three years ago, the home has already received four cash offers above the asking price A charred and utterly destroyed home in Mountain View, California has ignited a bidding war starting at nearly $1.5million. The home, although in devastated state after suffering a fire three years ago, is a testament to the high demand for property in Silicon Valley.

Here's why crypto isn't accepted for more everyday transactions

Christopher David uses a Robocoin kiosk to sell bitcoins outside of the 500 Startups' Bitcoinferance in Mountain View, Calif., Thursday, March 20, 2014.

Council embraces 447-unit East Whisman housing project

An early layout for the SummerHill project includes flats to the west, condos in the center and apartments to the east. Image courtesy of the city of Mountain View.

Record Store Day celebrates vinyl culture

To truly get a handle on what a phenomenon Record Store Day has become around the globe, it helps to look back to the past. Over the last decade of the event there's been no shortage of heavy hitters involved, from official ambassadors to artists with special releases designed to get music fans away from the computer and into brick-and-mortar stores.

Safety Advocates Accuse Tesla of Inflating Crash Reduction Claims

Tesla Inc.'s ardent defense of its Autopilot system is getting heat from safety advocates who question a key data point the company has been citing to plead its case. Several times since an Autopilot-linked fatality last month, the electric-car maker has claimed the U.S. government found that an early version of Autopilot reduced crash rates by 40 percent.

Two preteen girls missing, in Mountain View and Union City

Mountain View police are asking for the public's help in locating an 11-year-old girl who disappeared Wednesday morning. Diana Flores-Leiva was last seen before 9 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of El Camino Real and Bay Street, just west of Grant Road.

Police searching for missing 11-year-old girl

Mountain View police are asking for the public's help in finding a 11-year-old girl who went missing yesterday morning. Diana Flores-Leiva, 11, was last seen shortly before 9 a.m. on Wednesday morning at the intersection of El Camino Real and Bay Street, according to a tweet by the Mountain View Police Department.

From promposals to Snaps, smartphones are crashing the prom party

Documenting the prom has perhaps become as important for teens as the prom itself. But being buried in your smartphone instead of rocking out on the dance floor - is it too much? Are high schoolers so focused on what to post on Snapchat they're not enjoying the moment? From promposals to Snaps, smartphones are crashing the prom party Documenting the prom has perhaps become as important for teens as the prom itself.

Getting to the heart of Islam

Overlaps with the Judeo-Christian religions, headscarves, daily prayers, post-9/11 fears and Islamophobia -- nothing was off the table during the first of three events dubbed "Understanding Islam." Santa Clara County Joe Simitian launched the series this month as a means to shine a light on an oft-misunderstood religion, even in diverse communities like Santa Clara County.

Rent control adversaries spar at City Hall

Advocates for the Measure V Too Costly group are seeking a package of reforms to weaken Mountain View's rent control law. They say changes are needed to stop high-earning tenants from receiving artificially low rents.

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