City of Mountain View  
Environmental Planning Commission  
Elm Room, Community Center, 201 S Rengstorff  
Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94040  
Wednesday, April 3, 2024  
7:00 PM  
This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons wishing to address the Commission on any matter not  
on the agenda. Speakers are allowed to speak on any topic for up to three minutes during this section. If  
there appears to be a large number of speakers, speaking time may be reduced to no less than 1.5  
minutes. State law prohibits the Commission from acting on nonagenda items.  
Engage in facilitated dialog amongst Commissioners regarding communication, values  
and norms for working together and Commission roles and responsibilities.  
No action will be taken on any questions raised by the Commission at this time.  
The agenda, reports, and any writings or documents provided to a majority of the Environmental Planning Commission regarding any item on this  
City Hall, 500 Castro Street, the City Clerk's Office, 500 Castro Street, Third Floor and at the Mountain View Library, 585 Franklin Street, beginning at  
4:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, prior to Wednesday Environmental Planning Commission meetings. Printed copies of the agenda,  
reports, and any writings or documents already provided to a majority of the Commission regarding any item on this agenda may be requested at  
the Community Development Department during normal business hours.  
The Environmental Planning Commission may consider and act on items listed on the agenda in any order and thus those interested in an item  
listed on the agenda are advised to be present throughout the meeting.  
It is the policy of the Environmental Planning Commission that all evening meetings of the Commission, including Study Sessions, be adjourned no  
later than 10:00 p.m., which time is referred to as the normal time of adjournment. No new item of business shall be taken up by the Commission  
after 10:00 p.m. unless the Commission has determined by majority vote to set aside this policy. In the event it appears that the entire agenda  
cannot be completed by the normal time of adjournment, the Commission may take up and act upon the more pressing agenda items. All agenda  
items not considered at the meeting shall be on the agenda of the next regular, special, or adjourned regular meeting unless the Commission  
directs otherwise.  
Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if you need special assistance in this meeting, please contact the Planning Board Clerk at  
(650) 903-6306 or by email at 48 hours prior to the meeting so the City can make reasonable arrangements to ensure  
accessibility to this meeting. (28 CFR 35.160 (b) (1)). If you have a hearing or speech disability, please use the California Relay System at 711, TDD  
650-967-0158 or 800-735-2929.  
The City of Mountain View does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, source of income, gender,  
gender expression or identity, or any other State or Federal protected class in any of its policies, procedures or practices. This nondiscrimination  
policy covers admission and access to, or treatment or employment in, the City of Mountain View programs and activities. For inquiries regarding  
the nondiscrimination policy, please contact the City's Section 504 Coordinator at or 650-903-6397.  
Computer-generated captioning of the Environmental Planning Commission meeting is unedited and should neither be relied upon for complete  
accuracy nor used as a verbatim transcript.  
Email comments to by 5:00 p.m. on the meeting date. Emails will be received directly by the Environmental Planning  
Commission. Please identify the Agenda item number in the subject line of your email. Requests to show an audio or video presentation during an  
Environmental Planning Commission meeting should be directed to by 4:30 p.m. on the meeting date.  
Anyone wishing to address the Commission in person must complete a yellow speaker card indicating the name you would like to be called by  
when it is your turn to speak and the item number on which you wish to speak. Please complete one yellow speaker card for each item on which you  
wish to speak. Virtual and in-person speakers will be called in order as determined by the Chair or their designee.  
An individual speaker shall have up to three minutes to address the Commission. For any agenda item or for Oral Communications on nonagenda  
items, if there appears to be a large number of speakers, the Chair may reduce speaking time to no less than 1.5 minutes per speaker unless there  
is an objection from the Commission by majority vote.  
If requested in advance of the public input portion of the agenda item to the Chair or dais staff, a speaker who represents five or more members of  
the public in attendance who complete cards but elect not to speak may have up to 10 minutes to address the Commission, if the Chair determines  
that such extension will reduce the total number of speakers who planned to speak.  
An applicant and/or appellant for a zone change, precise plan or quasi-judicial hearing shall have up to 10 minutes to address the Commission  
and, with the consent of the Commission, two minutes of rebuttal at the conclusion of all public speakers.  
The presiding officer may remove or cause the removal of any individual(s) for disrupting a meeting in accordance with California Government Code  
section 54957.95, as may be amended from time to time. In accordance with California Government Code section 54957.9, as may be amended from  
time to time, the Commission may order a meeting room cleared and continue in session in the event a meeting is willfully interrupted by a group  
or groups of persons so as to render the orderly conduct of the meeting impossible, and order cannot be restored by the removal of individuals who  
are disrupting the meeting.  
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.3(b)(1), at least twice the allotted speaking time will be provided to a member of the public who  
utilizes a translator.