The Tuesday Harvest Series will bring fresh and local ideas that provide the community with tools and resources to live more sustainably.
Improvements to the Alpine Road paved path are now complete.
Learn to be prepared for a disaster! Free classes sponsored by Woodside Fire Protection District and Citizens Emergency Response & Preparedness Program.
Local troops successfully complete projects in support of San Mateo Shelter Network.
Town Hall is closed for holiday season starting Monday, December 26; reopening Tuesday, January 3.
12/09/2011 8:30 AM
Local holiday cheer for a cause on Saturday, December 3 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. at the Community Hall.
The Holiday Fair is a great place to find unusual handcrafted holiday gifts! A portion of all proceeds will be donated to local non-profit agencies as well!
Adopted by the Council on November 9, new ordinance is result of efforts of volunteer "Wireless Taskforce" to develop new policies, guidelines and regulations for control of placement of wireless facilities in Town.
Editor Julia Dillingham presents the Fall 2011 Portola Valley Post!
Town Hall to be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25.
West Bay Sanitary scheduled to begin month-long project on Monday, November 21.
Take advantage of rebates up to $10,300 for home energy upgrades in San Mateo County. Act NOW - additional rebates expire in early February.
11/08/2011 11:00 AM
The Sustainability Committee helps town residents save energy and reduce their utility bills. We are looking for two new members to join. Deadline to submit an application: Thursday, December 8th.
11/04/2011 10:00 AM
The Holiday Fair is a great place to find unusual handcrafted holiday gifts. Are you interested in participating as a vendor? Read more!
Volunteer needed to serve on Architectural & Site Control Commission; deadline to apply has been extended.
Is your child interested in LEGO? Are you interested in trying Yoga? Check out our two new classes!
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