Welcome back to the official blog of LeVett Properties!
Discover here: Palo Alto apartments as well as curated news about Palo Alto, local history, local sports and and more!
Palo Alto Rentals:
540 Everett Avenue
Cozy one bedroom in a beautiful residential area in Palo Alto. Upper unit with carpet throughout, just two blocks from University Ave. Large living room leads to the dining and full size kitchen areas. Roomy bedroom has a nice size closet. There is a full size bathroom and plenty of storage space. It has a private garage and dedicated parking in front of the garage. There is onsite laundry. Small pets ok with a pet deposit and sign pet agreement. Available mid April on 9 or 12 month lease.
Shown daily Mon-Fri, between 10-5. For an appointment please e-mail us or contact us at (650)321-0440.
- Pets Allowed
- Washer Dryer in Building
- Shower & Tub
- Private Garage
- Upstairs Unit
- Off Street Parking
- Downtown Location
- Rent: $2,900
- Application Fee: $30
- Security Deposit: $2,900
183 Everett Avenue - Unit C
This unit has been completely updated and is in an excellent location, just steps from University Avenue, Caltrain and has easy access to both 280 and 101 freeways. Hardwood floors in main room, kitchen and master bedroom and carpeting in the second bedroom. Brand new stainless steel appliances compliment this totally remodeled kitchen with all updated features to make cooking and entertaining a breeze. It has a private washer and dryer, fully remodeled bathroom, dedicated parking, and fenced little outside sitting area. Small pets ok with deposit and pet agreement.
Available on 9 or 12 month lease. For an appointment call Galina at (650) 714-2808.
- Downtown North
- Palo Alto Properties
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Pets Allowed
- Shower Only
- Private Yard
- Quartz Countertops
- Washer/Dryer In Unit
- Hardwood Floors
- Fenced in yard
- Gas Range
- lower unit
- Newly Remodeled
- Rent: $3,700
- Application Fee: $35
- Security Deposit: $3,700
From our Social Media
From our Google+ Palo Alto Events and News page for 03/07/2018
Discover Palo Alto's Emergency Services Volunteer program! It is not a question of “if” but “when”. The challenging question is: Will you be prepared for tomorrow’s disasters? Meet and prepare your neighbors before disaster strikes.
From the official city site we read:
(…) “The mission of the Palo Alto Emergency Services Volunteers (ESV) is to: 1) provide supplemental resources to the professional first responders of the City and surrounding communities and 2) facilitate means for neighbors to help neighbors (including business and other entities).
The ESV organization supports the mission of the Palo Alto/Stanford Citizen Corps Council (CCC): “The mission of the Palo Alto/Stanford Citizen Corps is to harness the power of individuals, businesses, and organizations through education, training and volunteer service to make communities resilient, safe, strong and prepared to respond to and recover from threats of 1) natural disasters, 2) human-caused disasters, 3) crime, 4) public health emergencies, 5) terrorism, and 6) disasters of all kinds.”
The Emergency Services Volunteers nomenclature is an “umbrella” to include all City-sponsored emergency preparedness volunteer programs, such as ARES/RACES (ham radio), Block Preparedness Coordinators (BPC) & Neighborhood Preparedness Coordinators (NPCs), and the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers.
According to the Palo Alto Municipal Code (PAMC) Sec. 2.12.070, ESVs are a part of the City’s Emergency Organization: “All officers and employees of this city, together with those volunteer forces enrolled to aid them during an emergency, and all groups, organizations, and persons who may by agreement or operation of law … be charged with duties incident to the protection of life and property in the city during such emergency, shall constitute the emergency organization of the city of Palo Alto.” (emph. added)
The Palo Alto Office of Emergency Services (OES) is the sponsor of the ESV program. Because OES serves all City departments (including Public Safety (Police & Fire), Public Works, Community Services, etc.), ESVs may be deployed, at the discretion of OES, to function in various capacities to suit their requirements or the needs of our mutual aid partners, including Stanford University, Los Altos, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, NASA Ames Moffett Field, etc.” (…) See Source
And discover more details about Palo Alto's Emergency Services Volunteer program
From our Google+ Palo Alto Tech News page for 03/07/2018:
From our Google+ Palo Alto / Stanford Sports News page for 03/07/2018:
The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts
The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University is a vital and dynamic institution with a venerable history. Founded in 1891 along with the university, the historic museum was expanded and renamed in 1999 for lead donors Iris and B. Gerald Cantor. The Cantor’s encyclopedic collection spans 5,000 years, includes more than 44,000 artworks and beckons visitors to travel around the world and through time: from Africa to the Americas to Asia, from classical to contemporary.
With 24 galleries presenting selections from the collection and more than 20 special exhibitions each year, the Cantor serves Stanford’s academic community, draws art lovers from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond and attracts campus visitors from around the world.
Free admission, free tours, lectures, family activities plus changing exhibitions make the Cantor one of the most well-attended university art museums in the country and a great resource for teaching and research on campus. The Cantor is also famous for its outdoor sculpture, including the Rodin Sculpture Garden, modern and contemporary art across campus, and the Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden
Cantor Arts Centeri
Lomita Drive at Museum Way
CANTOR OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK
11 am–5 pm
11 am–8 pm
11 am–5 pm
– Admission is free of charge
Photography is allowed in the Center as long as the images are for personal, non-commercial use and works shown are part of the Cantor Arts Center’s collection. Photography of special exhibitions and of works on loan is restricted. Consult with the Visitor Service volunteer upon arrival to learn where you can photograph. Tripods cannot be used inside, but flash is OK. No wedding photography is allowed. You can find photography guidelines at http://museum.stanford.edu/visit/Photography_Policy.html
The Cantor Arts Center respects the intellectual property rights of others and we ask that you do the same. You can learn more at http://fairuse.stanford.edu/internet-resources/
Accessible by numerous public transportation agencies including Caltrain, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Agency, SamTrans, Bay Area Rapid Transit, Altamont Commuter Express, Dumbarton Express, and the East Bay Express.
The Stanford Marguerite, a free weekday shuttle system, picks up and delivers passengers to and from nearby public transportation stations and university locations, including the Cantor Arts Center, Rodin Sculpture Garden, and beyond. If you would like to know more about the Marguerite shuttle, please contact the Transportation Office at 650-723-9362 or visit the Transportation Office Web site at http://transportation.stanford.edu
Source: Palo Alto Tourism Guide.