Though a number of high-tech companies are headquartered here and many residents commute to the industrial parks of Silicon Valley, Morgan Hill still looks more like Santa Clara Valley’s past. Vineyards, lakes and reservoirs abound—and nearby is vast Henry W. Coe State Park, the second-largest park in California, and home to a protected wilderness area.

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City Council

The Morgan Hill City Council consists of a mayor, who is directly elected citywide to serve a two-year term. The four councilmembers are elected by district to serve four-year terms. Meetings are livestreamed on Channel 17, the city’s website, and the city’s Facebook page. Photo by Cristiano Tomás.

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Planning Commission

Morgan Hill Planning Commission meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month in the Morgan Hill City Council Chamber. Meetings are livestreamed on Channel 17, the city’s website, and the city’s Facebook page.

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National Night Out Tues., August 6

Spend an evening with your family, friends, neighbors, and the Morgan Hill Police Department. Meet our officers, dispatchers, police personnel, including K9 Basco, plus the fire department, public works vehicles on display, food trucks, and entertainment.
07/11/2024

Jemcor

Jemcor Monterey-Miner is a 249-unit, multi-family, affordable residential community on approximately 7.5 acres currently under construction. It is located at 1110 Monterey Road near Madrone Parkway.
07/08/2024

July is Parks & Rec Month!

Were celebrating Parks & Recreation all month long! Join us for free events throughout the month!
07/02/2024

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07/10/2024
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Terri Eves Knudsen on July 2 announced her resignation from the Morgan Hill Unified School District Board of Trustees, nearly two years into her four-year term.

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07/03/2024
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An extreme heat wave is not the only risk that authorities are cautioning Morgan Hill residents to prepare for this holiday weekend. Illegal fireworks—in addition to posing a fire danger—can result in fines up $1,500 for local violators, Morgan Hill Police said. 

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06/27/2024
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Numerous road and public infrastructure projects are underway or soon to be started in Morgan Hill, impacting travelers with lane closures and occasional delays as they cross town over the summer months.

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06/21/2024
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A new study commissioned by the City of Morgan Hill has found that the city needs to raise its wastewater customers’ rates by 8-9% per year through 2029 in order to keep up with the system’s ongoing operating expenses and debt payments.

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06/20/2024
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As summertime temperatures are here to stay for a while, local residents and families can cool off at the Morgan Hill Aquatics Center during its recreational swim hours through the end of August.

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