Distinctive among Palo Alto neighborhoods for its spread of Eichler homes built in the 1950s, Palo Verde is a family-friendly community with strong neighborly ties and excellent education opportunities. With narrow roads and cul-de-sacs designed specifically to slow traffic and create a residential atmosphere, the neighborhood is especially kid-friendly, not to mention ideal for pedestrians and cyclists. Two parks — Ramos and Seale — are a few minutes walk away. So is the Mitchell Park Library and community center, a hub of activity for the entire city. Other recreation nearby residents enjoy are the local YMCA and the Eichler Swim and Tennis Club. For grocery and convenience shopping, Midtown Shopping Center is a short drive or bike away. On Sundays, residents meet up at Palo Verde Elementary for a dog playdate, and on July Fourths the neighborhood rents a bouncy house for its block party. Its residents are diverse in background, profession, and lifestyle — from city officials to teachers to stay-at-home parents, anyone can find a home in Palo Verde.
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