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ZIPAIR adding more flights from San Jose to Japan
Finally some good news for SJC. After a series of cutbacks from airlines, we have an international expansion. ZIPAIR is planning to add a sixth weekly flight from San Jose International to Tokyo b...
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Dig a little in any city in Santa Clara County and you’ll find its agricultural roots. But in Gilroy, that past is still very much on the surface. Not only is the city famous for the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, it’s also a thriving center for boutique wine production. (Coincidentally, the town is named after John Gilroy, an itinerant barrel maker, who got his hands on the land by marrying the daughter of a ranchero.) Two of the top employers in town are garlic giant Christopher Ranch and agri-business company Olam International. Another horticultural high point can be found in the city-owned Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park: the “circus trees” of Axel Erlandson, a Swedish American farmer whose hobby was cultivating oddly shaped trees. But even here in the southern end of Santa Clara County, the forces of urbanization are at work, with a population that has almost doubled since 1990.
Gilroy is a charter city operating under the guidance of a city council that consists of seven members who are elected at large.
Gilroy Planning Commission meetings are held in the City Council Chambers at 7351 Rosanna St. on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
City Hall Closed in observance of Presidents' DayCity Hall will be closed on Monday, February 19, 2024.02/12/2024
City Hall Closed in observance of Presidents' Day
Know Your Code: Fences and Hedges in Residential AreasToday were providing some information on the code around fences and hedges in residential areas to help us all create a beautiful and safe community.02/12/2024
Know Your Code: Fences and Hedges in Residential Areas
Save the Date: April 29th for the 2024 State of the City Address with Mayor Marie BlankleyThe community is invited to join Mayor Marie Blankley for the 2024 State of the City Address.02/12/2024
Save the Date: April 29th for the 2024 State of the City Address with Mayor Marie Blankley
From Gilroy Dispatch...
The declining enrollment across Gilroy Unified School District has officials looking at ways to more evenly distribute the number of students across its elementary schools.
LJ Hardwicke will celebrate the release of her first novel, “Red Watson and the Gifted Lands,” with a book signing event.
Supporters of a downtown restaurant are decrying the Gilroy City Council’s December decision to not extend the business’ permit for an outdoor dining area.
The city of Gilroy is looking at cracking down on downtown building owners who have covered their vacant storefronts with plywood for an extended amount of time.
The Gilroy Veterans Memorial Hall, 74 West Sixth St., is hosting Veterans Benefit Days on the first and third Fridays of the month through 2024 with extended hours from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
City of Gilroy
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