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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.

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Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services

  1. Senior Safari at Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

    August 22, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

    It’s the return of Senior Safari! Adults age 50+ are invited to take over the park and zoo — no kids allowed! — for a spectacular morning of animal encounters, activities and tours. Admission and parking are free from 9–10 a.m. For more information, visit

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  1. Proposed Planned Development Permit at 1601 Technology Drive Community Meeting. Project #PD18-039

    August 22, 6:30 PM @ Bachrodt Elementary School, Library

    File No. PD18-039 Planned Development Permit to allow the construction of a nine-story and one-story industrial office buildings for a total of approximately 350,000 square feet of buildings area, a five-story parking garage, and on-site standby generator on an approximately 5.29-gross acre site.

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  2. Proposed General Plan Amendment at 555 Winchester Boulevard Community Meeting. Project #GP18-014, PDC18-037, PD19-019, & PT19-023

    August 26, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Cypress Community and Senior Center

    Project File Nos. GP18-014, PDC18-037, PD19-019, & PT19-023 General Plan Amendment to change the Land Use Designation from RN Residential Neighborhood to UR Urban Residential; a Planned Development Rezoning from the A(PD) Planned Development Zoning District to the R-M(PD) Planned Development Zoning District; a Planned Development Permit to allow a mobile home park conversion and the construction of 688 residential units; and a Vesting Tentative Map to subdivide from 1 lot to 64 lots on an approximately 15.69-gross acre site. Purpose: To describe the proposed project, planning process, and obtain community input on the project. Additionally, this meeting is conducted in partnership with the Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services to gain feedback on the future park included in this project. This will be the first of three park design community meetings and will be focused on recreational opportunities and site constraints.

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  3. Proposed Conforming Rezoning at 100 North 4th Street Community Meeting. Project #C19-017 & H19-021

    August 29, 6:30 PM @ City Hall Wing Room, 118 & 119

    File No. C19-017 & H19-021 Conforming rezoning from the CG Commercial General Zoning District to the DC Downtown Primary Commercial Zoning District; and a Site Development Permit to allow the relocation of two residential homes, the construction of a 23-story building containing up to 298 units and up to approximately 8,978 square feet of retail, and the removal of six ordinance-size trees, on an approximately 0.98-gross acre site.

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  4. Proposed General Plan Amendment, Conforming Rezoning, and Special Use Permit at 615 and 623 Stockton Avenue Community Meeting. Project #GP18-013, C18-039, & SP18-060

    August 29, 7:30 PM @ Herbert Hoover Middle School, Library Media Center Room

    File Nos. GP18-013, C18-039, and SP18-060 GP18-013: General Plan Amendment to change the Land Use Designation from RN Residential Neighborhood to NCC Neighborhood Community Commercial on an approximately 0.2-gross acre site (623 Stockton Avenue). C18-039: Conforming rezoning from the CN Commercial Neighborhood Zoning District to the CP Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District on an approximately 0.59-gross acre site (615 and 623 Stockton). SP18-060: Special Use Permit to demolish an existing approximately 4,400 square foot commercial building, re-locate and re-purpose the existing historic structure on-site, and construct a 120-room, five-story hotel including outdoor uses (roof deck amenity area) within 150 feet of residential uses on an approximately 0.59-gross acre site. (615 and 623 Stockton)

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  1. Senter Road Vision Zero Safety Study

    August 28, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Andrew P. Hill High School Library

    The City of San Jose wants your input to help make Senter Road, from Tully Road to Monterey Road, a safer place to travel. Over the next eight months, the City will work with the community and local organizations on a study that will focus on increasing safety and comfort for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and drivers traveling on Senter Road. Come and share your ideas with us!

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