News and Announcements
COMMUNITY TOWNHALL – BUDGET MEETING: City staff will be hosting a number of Community Budget Meetings starting this Thursday, March 11 at 6PM. The townhall will help provide greater transparency and education about the budget as well as receive ideas and recommendations from the community for consideration in the budget process. Register here https://bit.ly/3sThuzW. Read More
PG&E WORK ON HANSON COURT: The underground work on Hanson Court will continue until Thursday, March 11. Click the button for more details. Schedule
Following the State of California’s announcement that Santa Clara County has met the requirements to move into the Red Tier of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, the County of Santa Clara Health Officer announced that the County will align with the State’s framework and allow activities open in Red Tier counties to resume, effective Wednesday, March 3. The County’s basic risk reduction order is still in effect requiring face coverings, following social distance protocols, teleworking where available. For more information on what the State allows in the Red Tier, please visit covid19.ca.gov.
Click the button to read more about the Santa Clara County Executive Summary of Changes Effective January 25, 2021. Read More
UNDERSTANDING WHAT WE CAN AND CAN’T DO UNDER THE RED TIER: Here are some helpful tips in understanding California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy framework. Read More
CLOSE CONTACT OR TRAVEL = QUARANTINE TIMELINE: For people who have 1) come in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or 2) traveled more than 150 miles: you will need to quarantine (stay home) for 10 days and continue to closely watch for symptoms for 4 more days after you leave quarantine. Get tested immediately if you have symptoms on any day. If you don’t develop any symptoms, get tested on day 6 or later. For more information about how to quarantine, as well as resources to help you stay home, visit www.sccstayhome.org. Quarantine Timeline
TRANSPARENCY MEASURES FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS AND COMMENTS: The City of Milpitas is dedicated to assuring members of the public that they have every opportunity to provide comments on agenda items before any final action is taken. For the first time since the coronavirus closed Milpitas City Hall to the public & discontinued in-person attendance at public meetings, at the October 6 City Council meeting, live, audio-only public comments at the meeting was introduced. Read More