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This calendar features City of San José-sponsored events, community meetings and classes. You may view the calendar by list, week or month, and by date and category.

Visit the Master Calendar for upcoming City Council and Boards & Commissions meetings.

Environmental Events

  1. Build It Green - Accredited Green Appraiser

    April 16, 9:00 AM - April 18, 5:00 PM @ Environmental Innovation Center

    Join us to gain a wealth of cutting-edge knowledge, including principles and practices that distinguish green buildings from traditional buildings, methods for appraising the high-performance house, and approaches to solve solar-related valuation problems. Take these free courses today and be one of few appraisers listed in your area that lenders can turn to who meet this standard. o Day 1 Course Overview | Appraising Green Homes: An introduction to green building and all phases of green residential construction o Day 2 Course Overview | Appraising Green Gomes: Valuation Techniques o Day 3 Course Overview | Appraising Green Homes: Advanced Applications

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  1. Proposed General Plan Amendment at Northeast side of the intersection of McEvoy Street and W. San Carlos Street (between McEvoy Street and Dupont Street). Community Meeting Project #GP17-015, C18-034, SP18-059

    April 18, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    File Nos. GP17-015, C18-034, SP18-059 GP17-015: General Plan Amendment to change the Land Use Designation from Mixed Use Commercial to Transit Residential. C18-034: Conforming rezoning from the HI Heavy Industrial Zoning District to the R-M Multiple Residence Zoning District. SP18-059: Special Use Permit to allow the demolition of existing industrial buildings and the construction of a twelve-story, 358-unit affordable residential project with an alternative parking arrangement and a density bonus request for an increase in density, an increase in height , a reduced front setback, and reduction of parking on 1.12-gross acre site.

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  1. McLaughlin Avenue Safety Improvement Project community meeting

    April 18, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Tully Community Branch Library

    The McLaughlin Avenue Safety Improvement project is a federally funded project that runs from Highway 280 to Capitol Expressway, a total of 3.2 miles. The project will increase pedestrian safety and visibility by installing Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons, enhancing existing crosswalks for high visibility, upgrading ramps to be ADA-compliant, and installing new median islands with landscaping to improve safety by decreasing vehicular speeds. McLaughlin Avenue has been classified as one of San Jose’s “Safety Priority Streets” under the City's Vision Zero Initiative to end traffic fatalities and severe injuries.

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