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This calendar features City of San José-sponsored events, community meetings and classes. You may view the calendar by list, week or month, and by date and category.

Visit the Master Calendar for upcoming City Council and Boards & Commissions meetings.

Holiday Closures

  1. Memorial Day Holiday Closure

    May 27, All Day

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Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services

  1. Sunday Series Volunteer Events

    May 17, 10:00 AM - June 9, 12:30 PM

    Join the Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services’ Volunteer Management Unit each week for their Sunday Series of park cleanup events. Volunteers visit a different park each Sunday, alternating through the council districts every 10 weeks. No registration is necessary — just come join the fun! Find the current schedule here: http://sanjoseca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/77567

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Planning

  1. Proposed Conforming Rezoning from A(PD) Planned Development to CP Commercial Pedestrian and Site Development Permit at 2002 Berryessa Rd. Community Meeting #C19-011 & H19-020

    May 29, 6:30 PM @ Educational Park Library, Community Room

    File Nos. C19-011 & H19-020 Conforming Rezoning from A(PD) Planned Development to CP Commercial Pedestrian and Site Development Permit to allow the construction of six commercial buildings totaling 50,000-square feet on the ground floor with two levels of parking above, on a 2.76-gross acre site. Former file project: PDC18-040

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  2. Building Permits & Home Safety Open House

    May 30, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ City Hall Wing Committee Rooms

    Come talk with our permit, plan review, and inspection experts. Bring your ideas or plans. Find out if you live in a flood zone, and pick up emergency preparedness information.

    Presentations in Council Chambers
    6:30 PM - Permits for Granny Flats: What You Need to Know
    Are you considering building a granny flat, also called an accessory dwelling unit? This presentation covers the siting and permitting requirements in San José.

    7:15 PM - Energy-Saving Home Improvements
    Solar systems, electric vehicle charging stations, and new systems for water heating and home battery backup are now popular home improvement projects. Come learn how to pass inspection by avoiding common mistakes.

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  3. Proposed Conditional Use Permit at 961 and 971 Meridian Ave. Community Meeting, Project #CP19-006

    May 30, 6:00 PM @ San Jose City College Student Center, Room 204

    Proposed Project File No. CP19-006 Conditional Use Permit to allow the demolition of residential structures, a warehouse, and garage, and the construction of a 6-story mixed use project with 1,780 sf of retail and 230 dwelling units, and the removal of 28 ordinance sized trees, on 2.09 gross acre site.

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Transportation

  1. San Antonio and Santa Clara Streets paving and bikeway project outreach meeting

    May 30, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Mexican Heritage Plaza

    The City of San José Department of Transportation will repave San Antonio Street (17th Street to King Road) and Santa Clara Street (30th Street to 31st Street). This project will also improve the bike lanes on San Antonio from 28th Street to 33rd Street, and add a bike lane to the Santa Clara Street bridge over Highway 101. Elsewhere on San Antonio Street, the proposed design will add traffic circles at some intersections to discourage speeding. Preparation work on these two streets has begun. Repaving and striping work are scheduled for 2020, but design plans must be finalized this year.

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