Thursday, October 20th at 7 p.m. in the Community Hall. View photographs of some of the most beautiful California natives for residential gardens and learn how to add them to your own garden.
10/12/2011 9:00 AM
Sudden Oak Death (SOD) continues to make an impact on our community, with oaks dying in our backyards, neighborhoods, and open space lands. Join us to learn the results of this year's "SOD Blitz."
Day-long closure on Saturday, October 8.
Thursday, September 29th at 7 p.m. in the Community Hall. Learn how to create a welcoming garden of native plants and safely remove lawn by sheet-mulching.
09/20/2011 10:00 AM
Nine local artists to participate in inaugural gallery show at Kriewall-Haehl Gallery at Woodside Priory from October 3 to November 5.
New Bicycle, Pedestrian & Traffic Safety Committee being formed now! Volunteers needed, apply online by Friday, October 28.
A free program for astronomy fans of all ages at Town Center! Bring your own telescopes or view the skies through the equipment we will share.
Head to Town Center for the Nature & Science Committee's free buggy, buzzy Insect Day events!
Two seats on Town Council to be filled by incumbent Ann Wengert and ASCC chair Jeff Aalfs.
Town to be honored by San Mateo County's History Museum.
Join us for an evening with Gretchen Daily, Bing Professor in Environmental Science at Stanford University. Mark your calendar for Monday, September 19 at 7:00 pm in the Town's Community Hall.
There's a new weed in town, and it's high time to send it packing!
New classes (and old favorites) offered for autumn session; register Monday, August 22!
08/21/2011 8:30 AM
PV residents invited to special event on Saturday, August 6, at Ford Field.
Join us on the Performance Lawn at Town Center for the Summer Concert Finale! The featured performer will be Three Colors of the Flame, a Paul Desmond style jazz quartet.
Deadline Extended! Interested applicants must file before 5:00 pm, August 17, 2011.
Lack of quorum on June 22 moves Public Hearing for 2011-12 Budget to Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, June 29.
New perimeter trails opens at former Spring Down location on Portola Road.
Stormy forecast forces difficult decision by committee chair.
Editor Julia Dillingham presents the first digital-only edition of the Portola Valley Post. Get your Spring 2011 PV Post here!