Planning Commission Supports Saving Rancho Del Pueblo Golf Course

The move to save Rancho Del Pueblo – the golf course on a fast track to be sold to help fill projected budget gaps – received strong support from the San Jose Planning Commission as it sent the Envision 2040 General Plan update to the city council.

The commission unanimously approved a recommendation from the [...]

Trail Project Moves Forward With Council’s OK on Railroad Land Purchase

View of future trail from Coe Avenue.

The Willow Glen Spur, a strip of railroad land that could have been sold to developers for housing, will forever be open space and serve as a vital connector of three trails designed for recreation and commuting across San Jose.

The San Jose City Council voted unanimously [...]

San Jose’s Graffiti Problem Raises City Council Concerns; Hot Spots Targeted

Report graffiti to (408) 277-2758 or antigraffiti@sanjoseca.gov

Graffiti tag covers a mural panel in Little Portugal.

A 38 percent increase in graffiti across San Jose has raised concerns of San Jose City Council members, but any action will wait until after a detailed report is complete by the company hired to clean up the [...]