Construction updates for the new Civic Center.
Normal garbage-recycling schedule, while City offices are closed Monday, Jan. 17 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Is your old home running up your utility bills?
If you live in a single family home, duplex, triplex or mobile home, you can place Christmas trees at the curb for collection between Dec. 27, 2021 and Jan. 21, 2022.
Eligible candidates should apply by Jan. 20, 2022 by 4 p.m.
Enjoy a wide variety of holiday activities in Sunnyvale.
Apply now to design and paint a utility box in Downtown Sunnyvale
Read about our newest K9, NOVA helping job seekers, downtown Sunnyvale projects, greenhouse gas emissions reductions and more.
Mayor Larry Klein and the City Council presented the 2021 Sunnyvale Community Awards during a virtual ceremony on Oct. 9.
Progress made on greenhouse gas emissions goals.
Apply to decorate a wooden candy cane for The Great Candy Cane Hunt.
The latest City-issued press release – Sunnyvale Selects New Director of NOVAworks.
Water Quality Change Effective Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 8 a.m. until Friday, Sept. 24.
Join us to learn about housing development review changes.
Your ideas will help guide our policies and programs.
Give your feedback to inform the Environmental Impact Report.
Follow the new mandatory watering restrictions to save water.
Read about foodcycling tips, our water, redistricting, Public Works projects and more.
The City adopted the Recommended Budget on June 15.
Nominate those who make a difference in the Sunnyvale community for the City’s Community Awards. Help us recognize some of the people and organizations that make Sunnyvale a great place.
Driving an electric vehicle helps the air, your wallet and the planet.
Confused about what goes where and why?
Get a new tree planted in your yard.
View our collection online or on foot.
We are hosting a Unity event on April 7. Join us and be heard.
Stay informed by subscribing to the Public Meetings Calendar.
Learn how we can improve transportation choices.
Free fitness and healthy cooking activities for Sunnyvale residents.
During the rainy season, the City offers free sandbags to the public to protect property in Sunnyvale.
Proposed reach codes were approved and are in effect.
Airplane Noise Tracker
Phone numbers, tips and resources to help you with winter weather impacts.
The Community Resource Guide is updated for 2021.
Curious about decarbonization? Learn from Nik Kaestner about reducing building emissions.
The Lakewood Branch Library and Learning Center design was approved. Construction will begin fall 2022.
Read the press release.
New Scoreboard Tracks Progress on our Climate Action Goals
New park expected to open Feb. 2022.
These meetings provide an opportunity to discuss topics regarding Moffett Park.
To help deter identity theft, the City of Sunnyvale Recycling Program has periodic document shredding events to assist residents with destroying confidential or personal documents.
Share your thoughts about systemic racism with us.
Starting Sept. 2, businesses may set up temporary outdoor business activities.
The California Department of Transportation has reduced the posted speed limit on El Camino Real (SR-82) from 40 MPH to 35 MPH.
Join us – virtually – for our annual Celebrate Sunnyvale event, as we celebrate all the great things happening in Sunnyvale.
Join us Aug. 26 to share your input on the design phase.
Watch videos and give your feedback in micro-surveys on development changes for the area.
Learn more and give your input on Sunnyvale Downtown land use plan updates.
Join us to share ideas for the new Lakewood Branch Library and Learning Center.
Temporary City law protects people from eviction.
We stand united with those in support of racial justice. We can no longer ignore the systemic racism and oppression felt by Black people and other people of color in our communities.
To help nonprofits impacted by COVID-19 the City created the Sunnyvale Cares Nonprofit Assistance Grant Program.
Join in the Hands on the Arts Festival this year virtually from the comfort of your own home.
To keep your children safe, we have closed the playgrounds in all City parks.
Silicon Valley Clean Energy shared its annual summary of Sunnyvale's accomplishments for 2019...
A new branch library and learning center is coming to the Lakewood neighborhood in north Sunnyvale.
Accessory Dwelling Units are now allowed on all properties with a single-family home.
Learn about the new pedestrian-warning device on El Camino Real at Helen Avenue.
Here’s what you can do to have a safe rainy season and protect yourself and your property.
A pilot program is now in place at the SMaRT Station® for residents to drop off empty, one-pound, single-use propane cylinders for recycling.
Before you fire up the grill or get your marshmallows ready to toast, be sure to follow our safety tips.
Live in a condo or apartment in Sunnyvale and want to recycle your food scraps? Now you can drop them off at the SMaRT Station® Recycling Center.
Barbecue season is in full swing, but if you live in an apartment, condo or townhome, you’ll need to keep in mind some important safety regulations before you fire up the grill.
Are you finding it difficult to afford activities for your kids? Our Fee Waiver program offers some financial assistance for activities and camps.
Did you know that Sunnyvale is a "smokefree" city? In 2016, the City updated its smoking laws to prohibit smoking in most outdoor areas and in multi-family housing.
CityLine Sunnyvale (formerly the Town Center project) signed a lease with AMC Theaters to add a 12-screen multiplex movie theater to Sunnyvale’s downtown entertainment attractions.
Got a question or need to notify us about an issue? Access Sunnyvale is here to help.
In response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the past weekend, Mayor Glenn Hendricks affirmed Sunnyvale’s Statement on Our City Values and Public Service at the opening of the City Council meeting on Tuesday, August 15.
This all-inclusive playground needs your magical funding support!