Our Community Mediation Programs
Our mediation or dispute resolution programs are free conciliation and mediation services for people who live, work or own property in the city the program operates in. Typical cases include disputes over property lines, fences and trees, other neighbor issues such as control of pets as well as issues between consumers and businesses, and between tenants and landlords. Read our Success Stores to learn about typical disputes that our programs have resolved. Typical questions about the mediation process are answered on the Mediation Process FAQs page.
Mountain View Mediation Program
For almost 40 years Mountain View Mediation Program has been operating in the City of Mountain View. For more information visit City’s website or email firstname.lastname@example.org . We are recruiting volunteer mediators now and the applications are due March 21, 2014 @ 4pm. Click here for Application Process Info and for the Application (.pdf) (.rtf)
Palo Alto Mediation Program
Los Altos Mediation Program
The Los Altos Mediation Program (LAMP) serves the communities of Los Altos and Los Altos Hills. LAMP is a program of the Los Altos Community Foundation, administered by Project Sentinel and funded by LACF, the City of Los Altos through the Los Altos Police Department and the Town of Los Altos Hills. For more information visit LACF website or email email@example.com.
Stanislaus County Mediation Center (SCMC)
The Stanislaus County Mediation Center is based in Modesto. In addition to above described services, in connection with the Superior Court, the Center provides mediation of family court personal property disputes, and staff provide in-court mediation for the small claims and Unlawful Detainer courts. Click here for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.