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Summer trend spotted in Palo Alto building permits

Spanning from June 10 to Aug. 3, these 59 building permits filtered through the city. Palo Altans are taking advantage of the summer sun, whether that be through installing roof-mounted PV systems or installing a fire pit in the backyard.

1095 Channing Ave. St. Elizabeth Seton School: red-tagged gas leak repair at meter (and more leaks found throughout the school), $n/a

531 Cowper St. revised details and field clarification, $n/a

760 Gailen Ave. electric service upgrade, $n/a

1440 Dana Ave. install fire pit in rear yard, $n/a

355 Kingsley Ave. re-roof, $8,456

281 University Ave. install rough carpentry, steel frame and drywall, $25,000

655 Newell Road kitchen and bathroom remodel, $35,000

21 Somerset Place gas line repair, $n/a

2965 Greer Road single-story addition with new covered porch, upgrade existing panel to 200 amps in new location, $45,438

4001 Miranda Ave. Nest Building 1: new partition, ceilings, finishes, plumbing and electric fixtures, and mechanical equipment, $10,800,000

11 Phillips Road demolish existing detached garage, $n/a

263 Margarita Ave. kitchen remodel, $15,000

940 Sycamore Drive install new 120-volt, 20-amp electrical circuit for detached shed, not meant for habitation, $n/a

925 High St. temporary power pole, $n/a

11 Phillips Road demolish existing single-family residence, $n/a

911 Hansen Way 14000-02747: mechanical, electrical, plumbing and structural details, $n/a

237 Coleridge Ave. new pool, $92,000

3414 Bryant St. sewer line replacement, no work in the public right of way., $n/a

431 Kipling St. use and occupancy for Vine Locale, $n/a

1745 Webster St. replace window, $2,568

3740 El Centro St. bathroom remodel, $12,000

3191 Middlefield Road red-tagged gas leak repair, $n/a

271 Chestnut Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

3220 South Court replace leaking water main line, $n/a

747 Northampton Drive structural details for load-bearing wall between kitchen and dining room, $n/a

323 Oxford Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

3338 Kipling St. demolish swimming pool, $n/a

1651 Page Mill Road curtain wall deferred submittal, $n/a

4170 Alta Mesa Ave. residential kitchen remodel, $22,000

3215 Emerson St. kitchen and bathroom remodel within existing footprint, scope of work includes replacing two kitchen windows and windows in bedrooms, install covered utility sink at the back of the house, replace interior dry wall and rewire entire house, $24,300

2468 Indian Drive residential kitchen remodel due to fire, $29,592

752 Marion Ave. gas leak repair at boiler, $n/a

10 Crescent Drive residential window replacement and alteration for a two-story, single-family residence, $24,000

811 Gailen Ave. roof cleaning and coating, $4,469

475 El Dorado Ave. residential solar attic fan, $n/a

3021 Bryant St. residential sewer, no work in the public right of way, $n/a

3347 Saint Michael Court revise plans to show disconnects located at inverter and main service panel as required by building inspectors, downsize main breaker and provide load calculations to support change, $n/a

3844 Carlson Court install gas line to existing gas insert, $n/a

3400 W. Bayshore Road revision to structural details for doors, $n/a

3827 Corina Way remove existing roof and install standing seam roof system, $22,093

3279 Emerson St. re-roof, $5,032

424 Ferne Ave. residential service upgrade to 200 amp, $n/a

3860 Dixon Place roof cleaning and coating, $11,065

1110 Webster St. replace gas line from meter to house, work in the public right of way under, $n/a

3413 Kenneth Drive roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

961 Lincoln Ave. re-roof, $7,719

170 Walter Hays Drive two bathroom remodels, $30,400

4261 Suzanne Drive re-roof, $7,500

1102 Forest Ave. electrical and mechanical work, includes new mechanical fans at laundry area, service panel upgrade, grounding tankless water, $n/a

1811 Fulton St. re-roof, $n/a

636 Keats Court residential kitchen and bath remodel, $21,224

3292 Ross Road kitchen remodel, $24,000

1408 Hamilton Ave. re-roof, $20,000

251 University Ave. structural steel clarifications for elevator, $n/a

4322 Silva Ave. truss calculations and revising one window in the great room to make it smaller, $n/a

751 Layne Court replace copper pipe with PVC from pool to equipment room, $n/a

624 Kendall Ave. new 24k Btu gas insert, $n/a

651 Kendall Ave. reinforce floor structure due to field conditions, $n/a

249 Matadero Ave. replace one window in the laundry room that was leaking and replace framing below the window, $1,200

Palo Alto building permit information is sourced from the City of Palo Alto Planning & Community Environment Department.

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