Located south of Emerald Hills, the Farm Hills neighborhood is bordered by Jefferson Avenue to the north, Alameda de las Pulgas to the east, and the town of Woodside to the south and west. Farm Hills mostly provides single-family residences, in addition to some condominium communities. In general, the landscape rolls with abundant hills, allowing many properties to enjoy gorgeous views of the bay and the mountains. Most homes are traditional, single-story or two-story homes built between the 1940s and the 1970s. Many are elevated Ranch-style homes, some of which offer finished basements, adding to the available living space.

Farm Hills is home to Stulsaft Park, a 42-acre park that hosts a large playground area, a picnic area with barbecue pits, and a water play area that is open during the summer months. The majority of the park has trails that are perfect for residents who appreciate hiking, and the park even holds summer day camps for children in the community. Stulsaft Park is also a wonderful destination for dogs since it provides large off-leash areas where dogs can roam freely.

Roy Cloud Elementary School enrolls students in grades K–8 and has a total enrollment of over 750 students, and a student-teacher ratio of about 22:1. This school feeds into Woodside High School, which has a total enrollment of over 1,800 students, and a student-teacher ratio of approximately 19:1.

  • Boundaries

    • Jefferson Avenue to the north
    • Alameda de las Pulgas to the east
    • Woodside to the south and west
  • Parks

    • Stulsaft Park- 3700 Farm Hill Boulevard Redwood City, CA 94061
  • Public Schools

    • Roy Cloud Elementary School (K-8)- 3790 Red Oak Way Redwood City, CA 94061
    • Woodside High School- 199 Churchill Avenue Woodside, CA 94062