Town of Los Gatos

Town Office Closure 
Monday, May 30, 2016 


Town of Los Gatos offices will be closed Monday, May 30, 2016 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.  Town offices will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, May 31, 2016.


Weekend Voting Options Offered for June 7 Election
Early Voting Centers and Drive-thru Ballot Voting Available
Starting this Weekend


The Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters' Office will offer Early Voting for the June 7, 2016 Presidential Primary Election during the next two weekends at its office located at 1555 Berger Drive, Building 2, San Jose, CA,  and at five Early Voting Centers, which are located in each of the five different supervisorial districts throughout the county.

Once voters arrive at the Registrar of Voters' Office or at an Early Voting Center, they can obtain a ballot and cast it in person, or they can take it home to complete later. Voters can also drop off their completed Vote by Mail ballots, receive a replacement for a lost or damaged Vote by Mail ballot, or use a touch screen voting machine.  The Touch screen voting machines are accessible to blind and visually impaired voters.

Town of Los Gatos Ballot Drop-Off Sites

Beginning May 9 and continuing through Election Day, Vote by Mail voters have the option of dropping off completed ballots during business hours at the Town Clerk's Office located in the Los Gatos Town Hall at 110. E. Main Street, Los Gatos or in the 24-hour Outside drop-box located outside the Los Gatos Library at 100 Villa Avenue, Los Gatos.

If you are interested in volunteering at a polling place as an election officer, please visit www.sccvote.org or call (408) 299-VOTE.
 

For more information on voting and ballot drop-off locations, please click here to read the press release.
 


Help improve the Town of Los Gatos Website
Participate in an online Usability Study

 

In an effort to improve the Town of Los Gatos website, the Town is looking for people who may be interested in participating in an online user usability study. 
 
The purpose of this user usability study is to better understand how site visitors are using the Town’s website so it can become a better resource for all visitors.  The evaluation should only take around 30 minutes to complete. Your responses will be anonymous and combined with responses from other participants.
 
Participation in the online user usability study can be conducted from your home or office computer.  To participate, please click on the following link: http://www.losgatosca.gov/?l11_uid=30816
 


Advisory: Expect minor delays 
on Shannon Road for Sewer Installation Project
 May 23-June 3

Beginning Monday, May 23 through Friday, June 3, traffic in each direction will experience minor delays on Shannon Road between Los Gatos Boulevard and Englewood Avenue.  Scheduled work hours are between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. during that time frame. 

Pacific Underground construction is under contract with West Valley Sanitation to add 110 feet of sewer mainline as well as add three sewer laterals to the new main line. 

There is a Town-approved traffic control plan which consists of one-way traffic during the working hours. Message boards are required to be up in each direction a minimum of one week prior to work alerting traffic of the upcoming delays.

For questions or additional information about this project, please contact the Parks and Public Works Department at (408) 399-5770.

 


Submit Your Questions for the North 40 Specific Plan Study Session 
June 15, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.

 

A joint Study Session with the Town Council, Planning Commission, and affected School Boards provides an opportunity to have questions answered by staff experts about the North 40 Specific Plan and related planning documents. The Study Session has been scheduled for Wednesday, June 15, 2016, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The study session will be held in the Town Council Chambers located at 110 E. Main Street.

The purposes of the Study Session are to:

  • Provide information and fact sharing on the North 40 Specific Plan, Housing Element, and Environmental Impact Report
  • Provide an opportunity to ask questions and receive answers related to legal questions, housing questions, traffic, and schools

Questions and comments are welcome to be submitted prior to the Study Session. To the extent possible, responses will be posted in advance of the Study Session at  www.LosGatosCA.gov/N40SP. To submit questions about the North 40 Specific Plan, please email North40.question@LosGatosCA.gov. To submit comments about the North 40 Specific Plan, please email North40.comment@LosGatosCA.gov.

For questions about this event, please email the Town Manager's Office at Manager@LosGatosCA.gov or call 408-354-6832.
 


North 40 Phase 1-Story Pole Update

 

The story poles for the Phase 1 development proposal for the North 40 Specific Plan Area have been installed and will remain in place through July 2, 2016 pursuant to the story pole modification granted by the Town Council in February 2016.
 

The purpose of story poles is to inform the public that a planning application is pending for the property and that the public is welcome to submit comments on the proposal to the Town. The North 40 story poles were certified as to the accuracy of their location and height on May 4, 2016.

As required by the February modification, all poles will remain in place for 60 days from the certification and will come down after July 2, 2016. The approved story pole modification plan and action minutes from the February 16, 2016 Town Council meeting are available on the Town Website.

The Town encourages the community to view the story poles from the public right-of-way on Lark Avenue and Los Gatos Boulevard because the property is private with homes and businesses still in place.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Community Development Department at 408-354-6802 or by email at North40.question@LosGatosCA.gov.

Traffic and Parking around Schools - Online Survey

 

The Town of Los Gatos is proud to announce the release of a new online survey focused around Safe Routes to School. 

This past spring the Town initiated a comprehensive analysis of travel patterns to school.  The study includes development of new Suggested Walk & Roll Maps to help identify those streets where improvements should be considered to ensure a safe and efficient commute to school.  Residents can find on the survey the Walk & Roll Maps and Concept Improvement Plans for suggested street improvements in town.

 
The online survey will be available through the end of the school year.
 
Links to the survey are also available on the Town's Safe Routes to School Page.  This project is being sponsored by the Town of Los Gatos, Los Gatos Union School District, Los Gatos-Monte Sereno High School District, and Hillbrook School.
 
If you have any questions, please send us an email at: SafeRoutes@LosGatosca.gov

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