SJ Bike Party
As we enter the winter months District 1 parks will continue to receive improvements and routine maintenance. Several of our parks are in need of special attention and the Parks Department is working diligently to address concerns that were reported to my office.
Gullo Park is one of our district parks currently in the process of being renovated. When completed, the project will replace a much needed faulty irrigation system, add new concrete benches and concrete pads, remove 8 dead trees and replace those with 15 new trees, as well as, construct a new 6-foot fence that will separate the park from the adjacent 7/11 property. The renovation will also include a new wood sign on Williams Drive (facing the street). The project should be completed before the Thanksgiving Holiday. For a list of other park projects please click here. To report park issues please contact my office at: (408) 535-4901 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More good news about living in San Jose, and better yet, West San Jose. Zillow, the online real estate database, released its annual “Trick or Treat Index” that ranks the top 20 cities in the US to trick or treat in, and San Jose scored 2nd! Better yet, West San Jose ranked as the top neighborhood in San Jose itself! Read more here.
I enjoyed a wonderful Halloween evening passing out candy at the annual Trunk or Treat event at Bethel Church! So many great costumes and so much fun!