From San Jose Inside: Google and San Jose on Tuesday released a long-awaited proposed development agreement for a massive, mixed-use office campus that could rise around Diridon Station. The agreement outlines the campus, called Downtown West, that Google wants to build in the 10th largest city in the country, but also the $200 million community … Continue reading →
From City of Santa Clara: You may or may not know but it is a project where we are aiming to develop both bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Pruneridge Ave. from Pomeroy to Winchester. It is a planning level document and at this time we have no funding yet for design or construction of the … Continue reading →
From the Office of City Councilmember Dev Davis: Santa Clara County has now moved into the Orange Tier! The following changes are effective, Wednesday, March 24:-Indoor dining at maximum 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer;-Retail stores indoors with modifications;-Gyms and fitness centers indoors at maximum 25% capacity, with indoor pools open-Movie theaters at … Continue reading →
From City of San José: Post Date: 03/16/2021 1:30 PM FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ContactCarolina Camarena, Director of Communications 408-535-7777; Carolina.email@example.com Anthony Mata Confirmed as Chief of Police by the San José City Council Chief Mata aims to improve relations with San José’s diverse community while leading a lean workforce in the 21st century SAN JOSE, Calif. (March 16, … Continue reading →
You are invited to join Assemblymember Evan Low this Friday, March 19th at 6:15PM – 7:00PM for a Virtual Conversation with CalCPA experts regarding financial literacy, tax tips, and relevant information pertaining to Unemployment Insurance and the tax aspects of the American Rescue Plan Act. While there will not be a Q&A Portion to this event, we highly encourage you … Continue reading →
During this difficult time, Vice Mayor of San Jose, Chappie Jones, is partnering with Qathena, a Silicon Valley startup, to proudly launch FUEL OUR FRONTLINE, a community campaign aimed at providing first responders and essential frontline workers with meals from local restaurants in the West San Jose Innovation Zone. In short, it is a platform … Continue reading →
Please join Assemblymember Evan Low this Saturday, March 13th at 11:00am – 12:00pm for a “Stop AAPI Hate” Rally at San Jose City Hall Rotunda. With the recent rise in hate crimes against the Asian Pacific Islander community, Assemblymember Low and San Jose City Councilmember Pam Foley are partnering together to show their support and stand in solidarity against … Continue reading →
Next stop: Central Bikeway! VTA is moving ahead with the Central Bikeway Study — the Bay Area’s first “bicycle superhighway” — a safe, stress-free bicycle route that connects you to where you want to go. The study will produce conceptual design documents that VTA will use as a starting point to identify funding opportunities to move … Continue reading →
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