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Congresswoman Anna Eshoo is hosting a series of Town Halls throughout the 18th Congressional District and will be in Saratoga this Saturday, July 22. Join Congresswoman Eshoo for your opportunity to ask questions and voice concerns from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the West Valley College Theatre, 14000 Fruitvale Avenue. More information and the RSVP form are available on Congresswoman Eshoo's website. The event will also be live streamed on Facebook.|
The City of Saratoga is now accepting applications for the following Commissions:|
- Parks & Recreation Commission: City accepting applications for 2 vacancies. Applications due by 5:00 p.m. on August 28, 2017.
- Library Commission: City accepting applications for 1 vacancy. Applications due by 5:00 p.m. on August 28, 2017.
For more information and to download the applications, visit the commission vacancies page.
The City of Saratoga's Tree & Bench Dedication Program allows members of the public to purchase trees or benches for dedication purposes. Trees and benches dedicated through this program are placed on City property, usually in City parks or along Saratoga trails.|
While the cost of a tree purchased through the dedication program is $500, the Saratoga City Council reduced the cost of dedicated trees by 50 percent to encourage participation in the program. Thanks to a donation from the Saratoga Monte Sereno Community Foundation, the cost of dedication trees has been further reduced to $125.
For more information, contact Joan Smith with the City of Saratoga.
Every city in Santa Clara County is encouraging residents to sign up for AlertSCC, the County's emergency notification system, to receive free emergency messages during a disaster. This is a county-wide effort aimed at protecting county residents during and after a disaster such as an earthquake, flood or fire. |
Signing up at www.AlertSCC.com is one of the easiest steps people can take to help prepare themselves and their loved ones for a disaster. AlertSCC is a free, easy, and confidential way for anyone who lives or works in Santa Clara County to get emergency warnings sent directly to their cell phone, mobile device, email, or landline. AlertSCC can reach you wherever you are to provide information and instructions in a variety of emergency situations, which may include:
It only takes a minute. Sign up today and tell someone you care about! www.AlertSCC.com.
- Flooding, wildfires, earthquakes, and subsequent evacuations
- Public safety incidents, including crimes, that immediately affect your neighborhood
- Post-disaster information about shelters, transportation, or supplies
In response to the Santa Clara Valley Water District's call for 15% mandatory conservation through June 2010, the San Jose Water Company has adopted a number of rules to reduce water consumption. Customer allocations or penalities have not been adopted. Instead, the San Jose Water Company hopes the new rules will help customers use water more wisely. Additional information is available on the City website.|