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Maude Avenue Improvements

January 7, 2020 

Construction underway through July 2020 for street and bike lanes improvements on Maude Avenue between North Mathilda and Fair Oaks Avenues

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Proposed 2020 Pool Fees and Closures

December 20, 2019 

Review and share your comments by Jan. 3 on the new 2020 fee and facility closure schedules proposed by California Sports Center, which operates the pools at the Sunnyvale Swim Complex.


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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

December 9, 2019 

Headed out for some holiday shopping? Here are some quick tips to help you defend against holiday grinches who are out looking for crimes of opportunity.

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Housing Strategy Open House 11/21

November 7, 2019 

Join us for our next Housing Strategy open house, Nov. 21, where you can share your thoughts on draft Housing Strategy approaches to address the housing needs in Sunnyvale.

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City Honors Community Members

September 16, 2019 

The City recently honored some of the people who make Sunnyvale such a great place to live. Mayor Larry Klein and the City Council presented the 2019 Sunnyvale Community Awards in a ceremony at the Sept. 14 State of the City celebration.

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We'll Help You Prepare For an Emergency

September 14, 2019 

Do you know what to do if there’s an emergency? Now is the perfect time to learn how the City of Sunnyvale and its important community partners can help you get prepared. It’s never too soon.

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Mural Artists Wanted

August 2, 2019 

Sunnyvale invites mural artists to apply to participate in the annual State of the City event.

The application deadline is Monday, Aug. 19, 2019.

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Review Swim Center's Environmental Document

March 22, 2019 

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.

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Council Commits to March 2020 Charter Amendment

March 20, 2019 

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.

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U.S. Census Bureau Is Hiring

March 19, 2019 

The Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people across the country to assist with the 2020 Census Count. In Santa Clara County, the Bureau is looking to hire over 1000 census workers for a variety of temporary jobs.

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Safety Tips

March 4, 2019 

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.

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Apply: Election Advisory Committee

December 21, 2018 

Apply by Jan. 22 to join a Citizen's Advisory Committee that will help the community understand and participate in a process to change our electoral system for City councilmembers.

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Preschool Information Nights

December 18, 2018 

Come to Super Safari Preschool information night and learn more about our play-based classes for children ages 3 to 5. Information nights take place in early February.

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Read the City's Adopted 2018/19 Budget

October 29, 2018 

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.

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Traffic Safety Improvement Walking Tours

September 27, 2018 

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.

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ALERT: City Numbers Being Spoofed

August 30, 2018 

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.

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Green Building Outreach Meetings 8/21

August 8, 2018 

Learn about recommended updates to the City’s Green Building Program at two community outreach meetings. Both meetings will cover the same agenda and allow time for comments and questions from the public.

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Read the City’s Water Quality Report

July 27, 2018 

The City has released its 2017 Water Quality Report. Learn more about where your water comes from, what the City is doing to protect our community's water supply – and how you can help save water.

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City Names New Park

July 19, 2018 

Following a public survey this spring, the City Council voted July 17 to name a new City park after longtime City arborist Loren Wiser.

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