San Jose to Launch Neighborhood Engagement Program With Small Grants

A new San Jose program to help neighborhood groups organize and fund projects that make their areas cleaner, safer and more attractive will official launch later this month. But the planning process has already started with South San Jose’s Coyote Creek Neighborhood Association.

Gay Gail plays the Budget Game.

Great Neighborhoods, a partnership with […]

Newest Markets Hope to Keep Fresh Veggies Flowing into Neighborhoods

San Jose streamlines rules for neighborhood farmers’ markets

Julian St. John Market

An experiment in bringing neighbors together over food – and bringing fresh food to neighborhoods – kicked off in two San Jose communities earlier this summer.

Now, the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association and community leaders hope to make San Jose’s newest markets […]

Expanded Parque to Open Soon in Downtown San Jose’s SoFA District

Parque under construction.

San Jose’s newest park could open as soon as September 12, just in time for SoFA museums to participate in the Zero1 Biennial, a three-month Silicon Valley event that merges art with technology.

Workers are making progress on the expansion of Parque de los Pobladores, formerly known as Gore Park, at the […]