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Building permits in Palo Alto

A little TLC for cars

In these 20 Palo Alto building permits, cars receive a little TLC. Residents build a new detached garage and a carport, which will keep them protected from the winter rains. Scan the rest of the building permits to learn more about what's happening in your neighborhood.

923 Oregon Ave. revised landscape and clarification, new landing at exterior doors, new fence, $n/a

3655 Middlefield Road new detached garage, $11,712

281 Creekside Drive structural revisions to headers and to beam with dry rot, $n/a

3655 Middlefield Road new carport, $11,620

1500 Page Mill Road Hudson Pacific Properties: tenant improvement and use and occupancy, work includes breakroom relocation, tenant previously called equity office and occupies the same space, $76,100

152 Ferne Court re-roof, $20,000

3655 Middlefield Road new single-family residence (factory built home), $382,453

1801 Middlefield Road new AC unit, $n/a

423 University Ave. replace and relocate tank water heater, $n/a

4211 Wilkie Way replace sewer cleanout at property line, no work in the public row, $n/a

397 College Ave. re-roof, $20,000

222 Fulton St. red-tagged gas line replacement, $n/a

497 E Meadow Drive red-tagged gas line replacement, $n/a

3655 Middlefield Road demolish existing house, $n/a

3655 Middlefield Road demolish existing detached garage, $n/a

360 Ferne Ave. furnace replacement in the same location, $n/a

772 Palo Alto Ave. remove/replace water heater, $n/a

900 Arastradero Road deferred submittal for chiller anchorage, $n/a

3368 Bryant St. re-roof, $13,650

765 Moreno Ave. install new front door and replace sliding door in living room to new temporary glass folding door system, work includes new whole house fan and ducting, $34,000


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

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