A Green Fairy 220 State St, Los Altos, CA94022 A Green Fairy is a recent addition to downtown Los Altos. The mom-owned shop brings baby and children's clothing to the…More community at reasonable prices. A Green Fairy features high-quality previously owned merchandise. There is a wide selection of apparel in various sizes, as well as accessories, toys and books.
Christine L. Green, MD 5050 El Camino Real, Los Altos, CA94022 Dr. Christine L. Green is a general practice physician with offices located in San Francisco as well as in Los Altos.…More Dr. Green practices family medicine and specializes in allergy and immunology work. The office can help with a wide range of issues including problems related to Lyme disease, flu and strep throat among other issues. Call for more information or to schedule a consultation with the office.
Los Altos Dry Cleaners 210 3rd St, Los Altos, CA94022 Los Altos Dry Cleaners is located in downtown Los Altos. It offers cleaning, laundry, alterations and folding services.…More This business is a "green" dry cleaner.
Carl's Jr. 5000 El Camino Real, Los Altos, CA94022 Carl's Jr. is a fast-food joint that serves burgers, fries and soda. This clean Los Altos location is also home to a…More Green Burrito and offers 24-hour drive-thru service. Breakfast is served from 6am to 11am daily.
Alberto's Salon 189 Main St, Los Altos, CA94022 Located on Main Street in downtown Los Altos, Alberto's Salon provides a variety of beauty services for men and…More women in the community. Its services include reasonably priced haircuts, styling, straightening, coloring, highlights and perms. The staff is friendly and offers complimentary green tea to go along with the salon experience. A range of beauty products are also available for purchase.
Los Altos Cleaners 392 1st St, Los Altos, CA94022 As a green company, Los Altos Cleaners features non-toxic, organic dry cleaning services and uses oxo-degradable garment…More bags. Alteration services are also available. For extra convenience, the company offers free pick-up and delivery, as well as same-day services.
Neylan Construction 101 1st St Ste 614, Los Altos, CA94022 Neylan Construction is a home-renovation business specializing in design review, green building, construction and…More construction management. Owner Wayne Neylan is an award-winning general contractor who works directly with his clients and subcontractors from a project's start to its finish.
Los Altos French Cleaners 358 State St, Los Altos, CA94022 The Los Altos French Cleaners offers dry cleaning services to the Los Altos community. Conveniently located in the…More downtown area, it prides itself on using green techniques for cleaning. The service is friendly and honest and it has reasonable prices.
Catherine Burns, Acupuncturist 4546 El Camino Real, Los Altos, CA94022 Catherine Burns' holistic healing practice draws on Chinese medicine like acupuncture and medical qi gong,and massage…More therapy to treat women's health issues, pain, smoking and substance withdrawal, asthma and allergies and a host of other ailments. She teaches weekly classes in qi gong for healthy aging in Los Altos and Belmont. Her tranquil, ground-floor corner office in the Village Court complex is cheerful and homey, and the courtyard outside is green and peaceful.
Woodland Library is a small branch serving the southern part of Los Altos, and is part of the Santa Clara County…More Library system. The 4,600-square-foot branch provides an alternative to the bustling library in downtown Los Altos, and feels pocket-sized in comparison. While that may be a drawback for some, Woodland has the feel of an intimate neighborhood spot.</p>
<p>There is a reading lounge, children's area and a short row of computers with Internet access. The back door leads to a spacious, brick-lined patio where redwood trees and oleander provide a shady place for outside reading. There is a picnic table and benches for those brown-bagging it. The children's bedtime story program brings pajama'd youngsters in on Monday nights. The DVD section is quite popular and the library limits 10 checkouts per patron.</p>
<p>The library opened in 1975 to serve an area that had for decades relied on the county's bookmobile for services without driving downtown. After a six-month closure to repair rain and termite damage, Woodland re-opened in March 2010 with a ribbon-cutting. Regular patrons will notice the library has exchanged the old, brown wood exterior for a brighter, yellow-and-green facade. It has an old-fashioned book drop outside for returns. Voters approved a parcel tax in June 2010 to keep programs running and hours stable at both Woodland and the Los Altos libraries.</p>
<p>The parking lot, which is entered from one driveway and exited from another on the opposite end, holds about 25 cars, plus a few handicapped parking spaces. For those not driving, there is a bike rack, and VTA bus route #51 has a stop right in front of the library.</p>