MyMilpitas App Now Available

We are very excited to announce that the newly revamped MyMilpitas app is ready for you to download! MyMilpitas, powered by SeeClickFix, makes connecting with the City of Milpitas easier than ever. If you see something that needs attention – such as graffiti, abandoned vehicles or potholes – you can submit a service request and…

Power Outages

Manor Neighborhood Power Outage Unrelated to the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Update – 10/28/19 @ 5 pm: PG&E has confirmed that all power has been restored. Manor Neighborhood Power Outage Unrelated to the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Update – 10/28/19 @ 12 pm: As of 12 noon, approximately 1,212 customers are…

Milpitas City Council Implements Several Policies to Protect Renters

Milpitas, Calif. – At the October 15 City Council meeting, the Milpitas City Council approved several programs in response to community demand for assistance in protecting tenants from unreasonable rent increases and evictions, and to provide a mechanism to prohibit income discrimination and landlord retaliation. The Council unanimously created a rent review program; enhanced tenant…

Street Resurfacing 2019 – Night Construction Work

Street Resurfacing 2019 (CP 4291 &4296) Night Construction Work What to expect: Noise and partial road/lane closure Hours of Work: 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM Location:           Jacklin Rd from N. Milpitas Blvd to I-680 Date:                 October 13, 2019 (Sunday Night) to October 22, 2019 (Tuesday Morning) Location:           McCarthy Blvd from N. Ranch Rd to Tasman…

Milpitas Matters

Welcome to the latest edition of the City Manager’s Biweekly Milpitas Matters. Find out what’s happening throughout the community and learn more about special events. GENERAL INFORMATION Oktoberfest 2019 – Thanks to all who came to the Milpitas Oktoberfest last Saturday to enjoy a relaxing afternoon of authentic German music and dancing, German beer served…

Milpitas City Council Approves Moving Forward to Rename a Portion of Dixon Landing Road to Barack Obama Boulevard

September 18, 2019 Milpitas City Council Approves Moving Forward to Rename a Portion of Dixon Landing Road to Barack Obama Boulevard City Council directed staff to look at the street renaming process, including associated costs, neighborhood impact and community outreach On Tuesday evening, the Milpitas City Council took action to move forward with renaming a…