Though it’s undoubtedly best known as the place where Apple cultivates its latest crop of high-tech gadgets, Cupertino once was better known for its fruit orchards. And up in the foothills, away from the busy thoroughfares, industrial parks, retail centers, and blue-ribbon schools, it’s possible to imagine that more rustic past—particularly at Stevens Creek County Park, the first swath of land to become a Santa Clara County park.
Elected at large to four-year terms, the five members of the Cupertino City Council meet on the first and third Tuesdays of the month.
The city of Cupertino is asking residents to help decide a new name for the Fine Arts Commission. The City wants a name that will increase public interest and align better with its set goals.(April 27, 2022) → Read the full Cupertino Today report
The city of Cupertino has hired Matt Morley as its new director of public works. Morley, who assumes his new role on April 4, is a South Bay native with degrees from UC Davis and University of Phoenix.(March 30, 2022) → Read the full Cupertino Today report