Mountain View Voice 655 W Evelyn Ave, Mountain View, CA94041 A weekly community paper, Mountain View Voice, aka The Voice, reports the local news and events of Mountain View and its…More neighboring cities. In addition, the paper publishes several special issues including the "Best of Mountain View," a Visitor's Guide, Dining Guide, and a Home and Garden Design issue. The newspaper has two sister publications: Palo Alto Weekly and The Almanac, all published by the Embarcadero Publishing Company. Offices are headquartered in Palo Alto, and this small branch office is located in Mountain View.
La Fiesta Restaurant 240 Villa St, Mountain View, CA94041 Voted the best Mexican restaurant by the Mountain View Voice 11 years in a row, La Fiesta is a popular dining choice in…More the local community. It serves authentic Mexican cuisine in a fun and inviting atmosphere. The margaritas are also very tasty. La Fiesta is available for private parties for groups of up to 40 people.
County Inn 850 Leong Dr, Mountain View, CA94043 County Inn, located down the street from Mario's Pizza and Italian Restaurant, is a hotel designed for business…More professionals on the go. Voice mail, high-speed wireless Internet access, computer ports and free local calls are available in each room. The amenities at the hotel include a restaurant, gym, pool and a library of books and videos that may be enjoyed in the rooms. The location is convenient for those conducting business at any of Mountain View's many Fortune 500 companies, as well as tourists, since the hotel is near Paramount's Great America theme park, Shoreline Amphitheatre and Stanford University. Group discounts are available.
Founded in 1970 as a vehicle to discuss the relationship between the United States and Asia, the non-profit Pacific…More Studies Centre has evolved and become an information center for two organizations, Mountain View Voices for Peace (MVVP) and the Center for Public Environment Oversight (CPEO).
MVVP promotes non-violent movements and justice. Occassionally members meet on the corner of San Antonio Rd. and El Camino Real to demsontrate against war. Guest columnists contribute to MVVP's website, where the organizaton also tracks the American casualties of war.
CPEO aims to engage the public in issues of the environment, in particular, about areas designated "Superfund" sites and Brownfields. CPEO has an advisory board which advocates for the safe removal of toxins from former military bases. Locally, CPEO focuses on two main projects: Moffett Field Restoration and Save Hanger One.