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This calendar features City of San José-sponsored events, community meetings and classes. You may view the calendar by list, week or month, and by date and category.

Visit the Master Calendar for upcoming City Council and Boards & Commissions meetings.

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  1. Backyard Bayou Exhibit at Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

    July 11, 10:00 AM - August 26, 5:00 PM @ Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

    Explore one of nature’s most unusual habitats: swamplands. Come admire the iconic American alligator and other creepy-but-cool critters. This exhibit is open during operating hours, with shows at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Admission included with regular admission to Happy Hollow Park & Zoo.

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Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services

  1. Backyard Bayou Exhibit at Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

    July 11, 10:00 AM - August 19, 5:00 PM @ Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

    Explore one of nature’s most unusual habitats: swamplands. Come admire the iconic American alligator and other creepy-but-cool critters. This exhibit is open during operating hours, with shows at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Admission included with regular admission to Happy Hollow Park & Zoo.

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Transportation

  1. Monroe & Forest Bikeways at Cory Neighborhood Association

    July 30, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Cory Elementary School Courtyard - bring a blanket or chair to sit on

    An update on two projects to install bike lanes on Monroe Street and Forest Avenue will be provided by San José Department of Transportation staff. The discussion will be an item on the regular Cory Neighborhood Association meeting agenda. Project Description: (1) Monroe Street between Newhall Street & Tisch Way; and (2) Forest Avenue between Winchester Boulevard and Clarmar Way. Both street sections will be repaved during the summer and fall of 2018. In addition to removing defects in the pavement, basic or buffered bike lanes will be striped along the entire length of the projects. This will be accomplished by decreasing the width of travel lanes, removing a minimal amount of on-street parking, and on Monroe Street reducing vehicle lanes between Hedding and Forest from four to two. The projects will improve paving, calm traffic, and better accommodate different roadway users.

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