Once a blue-collar neighborhood, Evergreen Park has gone with the tide of Palo Alto’s breathtakingly-quick development. Now, it’s an upscale, super-urban community with plenty of residential diversity. On the whole, houses have enlarged, but it’s still a very mixed bag — there are about 206 single-family homes and 178 multi-family units, all with varying lot and property sizes. Most of the homes, though, are relatively new and were built only in the last few decades.
The neighborhood is as close as possible to California Avenue and its accompanying Caltrain station, parks, and Sunday farmer’s market. It’s also bound other major roads, like El Camino Real and Oregon Expwy. This contributes to the fast-paced lifestyle in the neighborhood — the tradeoff of its central location is that it throws residents right in the action, leading to some traffic and parking concerns. In the last couple of years, however, the City of Palo Alto has been working on a new parking permit program to ensure that residents can have easy access to worry-free parking. Additionally, new traffic circles and more stop signs are working to reduce And despite the hustle and bustle of the area, neighbors still find time and space to connect — for the last 30 years, it has hosted an annual picnic and a block party.
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