Preparation of construction documents for the Washington Community Swim Center is now complete and the Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) is available for a public review period, which ends April 11. Construction is expected to begin this summer on the Swim Center, which will replace the Washington Pool.
City Council has committed to placing a charter amendment on the March 2020 ballot, which, if voters approve, would elect future councilmembers by district. The City is now seeking community input on the process to elect the mayor and the factors to consider when drawing districts. Attend one of the three upcoming workshops to share your ideas, or give feedback online.
For the fourth year in a row, Sunnyvale has ranked as the #1 safest city in the U.S. And with your help, working together with our public safety department, we'll continue to stay the safest. Here are some tips and resources to help us all keep our community safe.
Construction has begun to improve the interchange at Mathilda Ave and highways 101 and 237. Here's what to expect in the coming months.
At the regular Council meeting on Jan. 8, three councilmembers took office and the City Council selected a new mayor and vice mayor.
The City’s budget for fiscal year 2018/19 focuses on the City’s operations, allocating resources, personnel, goods and services to support the high level of service our community values and invest in Council’s strategic priorities. This budget also positions the City for sustainable, fiscally responsible growth.
Beginning Friday, Oct. 26 at 6:10 p.m. through Monday, Oct. 29 at 6 a.m., some City IT systems will not be available due to a planned data center migration.
Learn how to make your home a comfortable living space that relies on cleaner energy. Our panel of experts will be ready to answer your questions about tackling upcoming home renovation projects in a sustainable way.
This is the fourth event in the City of Sunnyvale's 2018 Sustainability Speaker Series.
Register now to attend. The talk is free, but pre-registration is required.
Join us for Traffic Safety Improvement Walking Tours and find out about potential traffic safety improvements in selected areas. The tours are part of developing the City’s Vision Zero Plan, which aims to eliminate traffic fatalities and injuries for all modes of transportation within Sunnyvale.
Residents have reported receiving calls from someone using the City of Sunnyvale’s main phone number (408-730-7500) and utility billing number (408-730-7400) to solicit personal information or sell solar panels. The City is not making these calls.
If you receive a call like this, ignore it and, more importantly, do not provide any personal information.
At its June 26 meeting, the Sunnyvale City Council unanimously authorized a statement opposing the Department of Homeland Security's Family Separation Policies and affirming Sunnyvale's Statement on City Values and Public Service.