Online Meeting Thursday Sept 24 from 6 -8:30 pm!

We'll discuss neighborhood issues, including redevelopment plans for El Paseo de Saratoga, preparing for the Nov. 3 election, and more. At 6:45 p.m, we'll hear from Assemblymember Evan Low about the recent legislative session and state budget challenges. Don't miss the 7:15 p.m. presentation, "Street Trees: Selection, Planting, Care & Removal of Neighborhood Trees" by Our City Forest and City …

Mid-September Updates

Moreland West NA Meeting -- Thursday, September 24, 6:30-8 p.m.Our neighborhood association will meet in September via Zoom. We'll discuss redevelopment plans for El Paseo de Saratoga, Nov. 3 election info, and more. We'll also learn about selecting, planting and caring for Street Trees in our community. More details to come. Be sure to join our mailing list by …

July Updates

Local Development Updates: El Paseo de Saratoga Ave & 1777 Saratoga Ave Mixed Use Village (PDC19-049): The developer (Sand Hill Property Company) anticipates submitting plan updates to San Jose's Planning Division the week of August 10th. They will work toward scheduling an Environmental Impact Review (EIR) scoping meeting with the City and community following the submittal. (Background: The …

MEETING POSTPONED – to be rescheduled – Community Meeting re: El Paseo Project 7/7 at 6:30

A Virtual EIR Scoping Session and Community Meeting will be held July 7 at 6:30 p.m. More information is available at Common Sense for San Jose West's website, including: Redevelopment plans submitted with the re-zoning application in DecemberDetails about the EIR Scoping Session/Community Meeting on July 7Estimated project timeline  The El Paseo de Saratoga Ave & 1777 Saratoga Ave Mixed Use Village (PDC19-049) …

June updates

SAVE THE DATE:  El Paseo de Saratoga EIR/Community Meeting July 7 The El Paseo de Saratoga Ave & 1777 Saratoga Ave Mixed Use Village Signature Project is moving forward. The City of San Jose and the Sand Hill Property Company plan to hold an online Environmental Impact Report Scoping/Community Meeting on July 7 at 6:30 p.m.  …

April Updates

On April 29, the Santa Clara County Health Officer issued a new order extending Shelter-at-Place through May 31.  Because the County has successfully slowed the spread of COVID-19, the new order -- effective Monday, May 4 -- allows certain businesses and activities to resume, including some construction projects, childcare programs, outdoor businesses and recreation activities. For details, visit www.sccgov.org/coronavirus and …