Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs for 1841 Page Mill

Who do I contact regarding access to the building?

Please contact the building coordinator, Alice Huang. In her absence, please contact Scott Derham in Facilities.

How do I gain access to the gym?

You will need to sign the waiver form from the property management in order to add gym access to your badge. The waiver form was e-mailed and additional copies can be obtained through the building coordinator. After completing the form, please give it to the building coordinator to submit to the property management for processing.

Who do I contact regarding building facility issues (lights, bathroom, vending machine…etc)?

Please contact the building coordinator for all issues relating to building facilities, and they will be reported to the property management or appropriate vendor.

What resources can I reserve on webcal?

There are two bikes, two services vehicles, and two A parking passes. For directions on how to reserve resources, please refer to the “How to reserve resources and locations” handout in the welcome packet or webpage.

What are the conference rooms here and their capacity? Phone numbers?

Conference rooms at 1841 Page Mill

  •  Carmel, Room 110, capacity: 8
    • 650-726-9048
  • Sea Ranch, Room 121, capacity: 6
    • 650-721-6942
  • Point Reyes, Room 129, capacity: 8
    • 650-726-7321
  • Big Sur, Room 123, capacity: 16
    • 650-723-8281

What is the building e-mail list?

1841pagemill@lists.stanford.edu

Are there any changes to the coffee and tea selections?

Yes, we have switched over our coffee and tea service from First Choice to the Alumni Center Café. The coffee and tea selection will be mainly from Peets’ Coffee. We will be ordering coffee and tea by inventory, which will provide a fresher stock of supplies.

What is the local VTA bus route?

Express routes 101, 102, 103, 104, and 971 (Dumbarton Express) and local route 89 come within 3 blocks of 1841 Page Mill at the corner of Porter and Hillview.  See maps and schedules at the VTA web site:  http://www.vta.org/

As of January 2012, VTA’s express routes use new, diesel-electric hybrid commuter buses, complete with reclining, high-back seats, free Wi-Fi, overhead storage racks, footrests and reading lights.

Stanford staff can ride VTA for free by obtaining an Eco Pass from the Parking and Transportation department.  More info here: http://transportation.stanford.edu/alt_transportation/EcoPass.shtml

What is the local Marguerite route?

There are three Marguerite lines in the area—1050 Arastradero, Research Park, and the V line. The detailed schedule and route information can be found on http://transportation/marguerite/MargueriteSched.shtml .

What are some of the restaurants in the area?

For a list of restaurants and eateries in the area, please visit this link: http://mapq.st/wfOiG9

Or view Eateries in the Research Park close to Porter drive