Environmental Planning Commission (EPC)

The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) formulates and recommends long-range plans, including the General Plan, for the physical development of the City and also establishes and maintains the environmental planning process. The Commission consists of seven members.

The general functions of the Commission include:

  • Participating in sub-regional and regional planning
  • Establishing, maintaining and monitoring an environmental planning process for the City
  • Monitoring and communicating with the City Council, public agencies and citizens concerning the City's environment
  • Evaluating and communicating with the City Council, public agencies and citizens concerning the progress of plan implementation
  • Coordinating plans of other public agencies affecting the environment

The Environmental Planning Commission usually meets the first and third Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm in the:

Council Chambers
City Hall, 2nd Floor
500 Castro St.
Mountain View, CA 94041
Meeting dates and location are subject to change. 

View Current Agenda posted the Friday prior to the hearing date by 5:00pm.
(You may also view the Current Agenda here and at the bulletin board by the front doors of City Hall at 500 Castro Street.)
View archived meeting Agendas and Minutes.

Members and Roster
The Commission consists of:

  • Margaret Capriles
  • Robert Cox
  • Pamela Baird
  • Ellen Kamei
  • Lucas Ramirez
  • Preeti Hehmeyer
  • John Scarboro

View the Advisory Body Roster for additional information.

Environmental Planning Commission Workplan
Current Environmental Planning Commission projects are noted in this workplan.

Additional Information
The Community Development Department's Planning Division supports the Environmental Planning Commission. For additional information or to request Agendas via email, please contact the Planning Division at (650) 903-6306 or by email at epc@mountainview.gov.