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Community Meeting: Proposed Jobtrain Office Building
Proposed 100,000 square foot office building at 2519-2535 Pulgas Ave.
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Public Notice: Newell Road Bridge Project Draft Environmental Impact Report
The City of East Palo Alto, in partnership with the City of Palo Alto and the San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority (SFCJPA), is evaluating options for replacement of the Newell Road Bridge over San Francisquito Creek.
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Press Release: City Receives $17 million for SAFER Bay Levee Project
Mayor Lisa Gauthier announced at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that the City has received $17.3 million grant from the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES).
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TA Strategic Plan Survey
Help frame transportation funding in our community for the coming years.
San Mateo County Transportation Authority Survey

The City is proud of its diversity, including many immigrant families

In 2007, the City Council of East Palo Alto directed the City Manager to direct all city departments and staff, including the police department to refrain from acting as “agents” of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office in any program or operation that targets individuals based solely on their immigration status. The East Palo Alto community has a history of speaking out in defense of civil and Human rights and for the protection of those most vulnerable in society. 

Residents should feel free to use and access any and all City services, regardless of their immigration status. See Resolution 2673Resolution 3098, and Resolution 4338.