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What is the current status of Stanford’s General Use Permit application? The application is moving forward through Santa Clara County’s approval process, which began in November 2016. The Santa Clara County Planning Commission recently completed two study sessions, and the commission is now...
Stanford University and Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) have reached a conditional agreement on community benefits that will be provided to the school district as part of a possible development agreement for the university’s proposed General Use Permit. The estimated value of the...
In a meeting Tuesday, district and university representatives agreed to start confidential discussions, guided by attorneys and a third-party facilitator, about possible benefits Stanford could offer to mitigate the impact of new students generated by Stanford's proposed general use permit, which...
Dec 3 2018 | Stanford News
A second solar-generating plant, to be built in the next three years, will complete the university’s transition to clean power and further shrink campus greenhouse gas emissions. Stanford’s solar future is growing even brighter. A new solar generating plant – Stanford’s second – announced today,...
Nov 26 2018 | Stanford News
The construction activity around campus is part of the university’s efforts to add on-campus housing and provide academic facilities that foster better research and learning outcomes. Students, faculty, staff and visitors often ask the question: Why is there so much construction on campus? The...

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