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The Sunnyvale Business Page is a quarterly newsletter published by the Economic Development Division. The newsletter provides information on City services and more to help Sunnyvale business owners.
BUSINESS PAGE NEWSLETTER - FALL 2016
Join the City of Sunnyvale and Silicon Valley Talent Partnership for the next business session in the Small Business Ignite: Sunnyvale program. If you own a small business or will be starting a business, you will benefit from this business planning session led by Ernst & Young’s Managing Partner, Kailesh Karavadra, and his team.
When: Thursday, November 3, 2016
Time: 8 - 10 a.m. - Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Where: Nokia, Sunnyvale
Register to attend. (through Eventbrite)
If you have any questions, contact Maria Rodriguez, Economic Development Specialist with the City of Sunnyvale or Masha Maslova, Engagement Manager for Silicon Valley Talent Partnership.
Got Recyclables and Need Service? We Can Help!
While recycling is mandatory (AB 341) for businesses in California, Sunnyvale's own material recovery facility, the SMaRT Station®, sorts and recovers recyclables from the waste stream which allows for flexibility in the mandatory requirement as long as businesses are using the City's franchised hauler, Specialty. Businesses that have limited or no space for recycling containers or don't produce enough recyclables, are not required to set up a formal recycling program.
Recycling options are available to suit different needs. Restaurants can contact the San Jose Conservation Corps by email or at 408-459-6484 for free recycling pickup of glass bottles and other containers. Businesses that have cardboard can have it collected by Specialty or work with private recyclers for collection of other recyclables. And, food scrap collection is now available to qualifying businesses. Visit Recycling.inSunnyvale.com or call 408-730-7484 for assistance.
Know How to Be Flood Safe in Sunnyvale
With the storm season fast approaching, we know from recent experience that many neighborhoods in Sunnyvale experienced localized flooding during the intense storm of December 11, 2014. City staff has been hard at work cleaning more than 4,200 catch basins, ensuring the two existing storm pump stations are ready for any upcoming winter season.
While the City is working to mitigate flooding, it is important that property owners prepare for a flood and share the responsibility for minimizing the risk of flood damage caused by rain. To find out whether your property is in a SFHA or for flood protection assistance information, visit the City’s flood safety website at FloodSafety.inSunnyvale.com or call the Public Works Administration Division at 408-730-7415.
If you observe flooding in any part of the city, call the Utilities Customer Service Center at 408-730-7400. Flood zone maps and flood protection reference materials are also available at the Sunnyvale Public Library.
The City of Sunnyvale welcomes new businesses to our community
During the third quarter of 2016, over 150 new businesses were opened in Sunnyvale. We are excited to announce the following new businesses with 10 or more employees that opened recently or are scheduled to open in Sunnyvale in the next few months.
Barrel 19 Bistro And Bar
Bayhome Financial Corporation
Fujikura America, Inc
Harmony Home Health
Logtrust Technology, Inc.
Lotus Thai Massage, LLC
Randstad Inhouse Services, Lp
Stratford School Inc.
Contact Economic Development staff if you need assistance in finding a new location or during an expansion project. You can reach us at 408-730-7607 or by email.
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