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12apr4:30 pmEconomic Development and Trade Commission Meeting

13apr4:00 pm5:00 pmMilpitas HOPE (Suicide Prevention Task Force) - Meeting

13apr7:00 pmCity Council - Meeting Cancelled

14apr7:00 pmPlanning Commission Meeting

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News and Announcements

PARKS AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN VIRTUAL TOWNHALL: The virtual townhall is scheduled on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 6:30pm to review goals and recommendations for the parks and recreation. Follow this link to register. Read More

BUDGET SURVEY: Have a few minutes? Take our online survey to share what matters most to you and your family with the City Council as we are preparing recommendations for the annual budget. Take the Milpitas Budget Challenge: spend imaginary money on what you think are the most important areas the City should focus on for the next year. To participate in the survey, visit this survey link. Read More

MILPITAS 2040 GENERAL PLAN ADOPTED: On March 9, 2021, the Milpitas City council unannimously adopted a new General Plan to establish goals, policies, and actions to guide ongoing and future development in the City. Read More

SANTA CLARA COUNTY MOVED TO ORANGE TIER: Today, March 24th, Santa Clara County moved to the less-restrictive orange tier of the state’s reopening plan, removing capacity limits for retailers and doubling capacity for indoor dining and other businesses. Local health officials say COVID-19 cases are steadily falling, which means restaurants, movie theaters, amusement parks, churches and gyms can expand their capacity — with limitations.

Under the new orange tier, indoor dining can resume at a 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer, doubling capacity from the 25% cap previously allowed. Retail and malls can open to full capacity while maintaining social distancing rules.  Gyms and fitness centers can expand to 25% capacity with pools reopening, up from 10% in the red tier. Churches can hold service at 50% capacity indoors, which is double what was allowed in the previous tier. Movie theaters can open at a max of 50% capacity or 200 people, also doubling in capacity. Family entertainment centers, such as bowling alleys, can open indoors at 25% capacity with modifications for areas of increased risk of proximity. Zoos, museums and aquariums can also operate at a max of 50% indoor capacity, double what was allowed in the red tier. All schools are able to open for in-person instruction in the red, orange or yellow tiers. Both hair salons and nail salons can operate indoors with modifications in all tiers. There are no capacity limits. Read More

UNDERSTANDING WHAT WE CAN AND CANNOT DO UNDER THE ORANGE 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 Quarantine Timeline

PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMMUNITY PRESENTATION: On March 4, PG&E representatives provided an electric reliability update through a virtual townhall meeting. View the recorded session here and click the button for the presentation materials. Read More

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

Public Notices

PUBLIC HEARING: The Milpitas Planning Commission has set the hour of 7:00 PM, Wednesday, April 14, 2021, to conduct a Public Hearing via the Internet, on the following:  1) Zoning Text Amendment – Accessory Dwelling Units – P-ZA21-0003 and 2) Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Policy.Read More

PUBLIC HEARING: The Milpitas Zoning Administrator has set the hour of 9:00 AM, Thursday, April 15, 2021, to conduct a Public Hearing via the Internet, on the following:  SINGLE FAMILY HOME SIGINIFICANT REMODEL- 388 LEVIN STREET – P-MS20-0138.Read More

PUBLIC HEARING: The Milpitas City Council has set the hour of 7:00 PM, Tuesday, April 20, 2021, to conduct a Public Hearing via the Internet, on the following:  1) Zoning Text Amendment – Hotel Parking – P-ZA21-0002, 2) Appeal of Planning Commission Decision – Automatic Carwash – 554 South Main Street – P-SD18-0010 and P-UA18-0020 and 3) Introduce Ordinance No. 209.5 Amending Title XI, Chapter 15, Floodplain Management Regulations, Section XI-15-4.3 of the Milpitas Municipal Code. Read More

PUBLIC HEARING: The Milpitas City Council will hold a public hearing at a regular meeting via teleconference/zoom webinar on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at 7:00 PM on the following: Zoning Text Amendment – Hotel Parking – P-ZA21-0002: Read More

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