A magnitude 2.9 earthquake hit Ladera along the San Andreas Fault Wednesday evening around 8:24 p.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The shallow earthquake hit about 2.6 miles deep, according to USGS. It struck 2 miles southwest of Stanford, 3 miles south southwest of Menlo Park and 4 miles southwest of Palo Alto.
There have been no reported injuries or damage. Palo Alto police said Wednesday around 10 p.m. that they had not received any calls about the earthquake.
View the USGS page on the earthquake here.
A small 3.0-magnitude earthquake was also reported in American Canyon, about seven miles south of Napa, early Thursday at 3:56 a.m. This follows the 6.0 earthquake that rocked the area on Sunday, Aug. 24.