San Jose Rangers Celebrate 40 Years of Protecting, Preserving Parks and Trails

When heavy rains flooded Lake Cunningham Park, creating a series of mini lakes and flooded parking lots, San Jose park rangers Angie Martinez and Penny Lee didn’t hesitate to leave the comfort of their warm four-wheel drive vehicle.

Park rangers Angie Martinez, left, and Penny Lee save mole who has been flooded out of […]

Budget Hearing, Vote Set for This Week; Funding Proposed for Libraries, Parks

Not satisfied with the items included in Mayor Chuck Reed’s June Budget Message? Or like what you see? Either way, you have another chance to voice your concerns or offer your thank you’s at the final public hearing on Monday, June 11.

Dorian Silva | NeighborWebSJ

Seven Trees Library is targeted for opening.

The hearing […]

Northside Neighbors Welcome Back Watson Park and Its New Features

By Rob Klindt

Watson Park was closed for a toxic cleanup.

For many residents in San Jose’s Northside neighborhood, the loss of Watson Park more than six years ago was like a losing a valued friend and trusted neighbor.

The popular 35-acre park at Jackson and 22nd Streets was closed after […]