Dog Parks Study Public Outreach and Survey
Throughout the month of April, we are asking the public to tell us what they think about adding dog parks or alternative off-leash areas in Sunnyvale. As part of our Dog Park Study, we are holding several public outreach meetings at local parks between April 9 and April 20 as well as encouraging the public to weigh-in on the topic by taking our online survey.
To find the closest meeting and take the survey, visit DogParks.inSunnyvale.com.
Sunnyvale Downtown Parking and Maintenance Management Program Public Meeting
The Sunnyvale City Council is considering parking control systems for City owned parking lots near the Downtown Sunnyvale Caltrain Station and is seeking input from downtown businesses and nearby residents who maybe affected should parking control systems be implemented at the following locations shown below:
- City Parking Lots adjacent to the Mathilda Avenue Bridge approaches and ramps
- West Hendy Avenue (N. Taafe to N. Sunnyvale Avenue)
- Angled Parking on north side of Evelyn Avenue
The Public Meeting will be Wednesday, October 10
at 7:30 a.m.
in Sunnyvale City Hall, West Conference Room (456 W. Olive Ave.). Contact (408) 730-7605 for more information.
See the attached information flyer in PDF.
The City of Sunnyvale has only one redevelopment project, the 184-acre Central Core Redevelopment Project Area. The goal of the project is to rebuild Downtown Sunnyvale as a traditional downtown, a vibrant pedestrian-friendly central place for shopping, working, living and entertainment. The current focus is on the large block bounded by Mathilda, Washington, Sunnyvale and Iowa Avenues, commonly known as the Town Center Mall.
Environmental Services Plant (Water Pollution Control Plant)Strategic Infrastructure Plan and Peer Review and background documents
The documents contained herein are reports and studies done by professional consultants. These documents provide a great deal of valuable information that will be considered as the City develops its program for the plant. The City may or may not follow any or all of the recommendation made within the reports. The City may also select the best sequence and phasing to conduct the work which may vary from the recommendations of these reports.
Although the City Council has approved a budget and planning, approval of the project(s) will occur after preparation and review of environmental reports to consider potential impacts and mitigations, if any, in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act.
The City will issue Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to design or manage various scopes of work related to the Environmental Services Plant that describes work the City will pursue. The City asks that consultants provide proposals based upon the RFPs . The City does not seek unsolicited proposals or statements of qualifications. Construction contracts for each phase of the work will be publicly bid after CEQA compliance, and approval of plans specifications and bid packages.Information about RFPs is provided on the City’s website or through the Purchasing Division of the Department of Finance.
Information about the City’s capital improvement program is available on the City’s website or through the Engineering Section of the Public Works Department. Information about the operation of the Water Pollution Control Plant is available on the City’s website or through the Environmental Services Department. The City does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of record documents. Consultants are advised to verify information to their professional satisfaction.
Click here to view WPCP SIP documents