Stanford University and the City of Palo Alto celebrated the opening of Mayfield Place along El Camino Real. The recently completed project provides affordable homes to eligible community members and retains locally owned services that benefit the broader community.
Catherine Palter, associate vice president for land use and environmental planning, discusses Stanford’s application for an updated General Use Permit, which will guide the physical development of the campus through 2035.
The university’s application to Santa Clara County anticipates housing and academic space needs out to 2035. Stanford will continue to place a priority on sustainable development and alternative transportation strategies.
Working with neighbors and local governments, Stanford is beginning the process to propose to Santa Clara County an update of Stanford’s campus land use permit. Initial meetings to solicit community input are scheduled for early June.