Next WGNA Meeting for
Wednesday 13 February 2019,
7:00 PM

The next open house meeting of the Willow Glen Neighbmeeting of Willow Glen Neighborhood Association will be at the Willow Glen Community Center (2175 Lincoln Avenue, between Malone Rd. & Curtner Avenue.

The meeting will begin with a brief review and update of issues by the 2019-2020 Legislative Session by the staff from California Senator Jim Beall's office in the 15th District.

The second part of the meeting will include several updates on the Diridon Station Area and the Diridon Integrated Station Concept Plan, a collaborative effort to redesign and expand the station.  The four partner agencies working together on the Concept Plan include the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA), Caltrain, Santa Clara County's Valley Transit Authority (VTA), and the City of San José

In the past, WGNA has also hosted meetings on the Google/Diridon Station Area Plan (DSAP), whereas we will continue to expand on that topic here.  Google is working on an application for a master plan development, and the City of San José is preparing to review its application in conjunction with an update to the DSAP.  Leading the discussion will be Lori Severino, Civic Engagement Program Manager for the city's DSAP.  

 

To see a copy of the meeting agenda, see our web page at Meetings > Meeting Agendas and then click the link for FEB [2019]. This provides a document in PDF format that can be viewed online, as well as printed.


Location: Willow Glen Community Center at 2175 Lincoln Ave, San Jose, CA 95125

    


Note: 
This meeting was moved to Wednesday 13 February 2019 because of Valentine's Day, but WGNA meetings usually occur on the second Thursday of the month.

 

 


Caltrain Modernization Program" or "CalMod"


More info from the previous meeting
with WGNA & UNSCC,
Wednesday 09 January 2019

 

THE LAST WGNA MEETING was on the topic of the Caltrain Modernization Program" or "CalMod", including its electrification and system upgrades. This meeting was sponsored by UNSCC-United Neighborhoods of Santa Clara County.
 
A copy of the presentation can now be viewed here on our website (in PDF document format).

 
This was CalTrain San Jose Electrification’s first public meeting where Caltrain representatives answered questions about how this affects our neighborhood, homes, and businesses.
 
 
Guest speakers gave an overview, including plans and construction timelines for Interstate 880-Diridon, Diridon-Tamien, and the Monterey Road sections, which potentially will have the greatest impact on San Jose neighborhoods.
 
Participants were asked to submit concise detailed questions by email prior to the date of the presentation; whereas, a summary of all submitted questions was then forwarded to CalTrain so that the speakers would be well prepared to answer them.  Questions were also submitted during the public meetings and given spontaneous replies. 

Note that WGNA meetings typically occur on the second Thursday of the month.  This meeting occurs on Wednesday.

SEE THE AGENDA OF RECEIVED QUESTIONS from the public (as of Tuesday 08 January 2019): click here.

For a review or download of the WGNA Board Meeting Agenda, please see the dedicated page at http://www.wgna.net/meeting_agendas

 


Welcome to WGNA online!
— An introduction to the website

We've made it even easier for you to follow along with all of the latest events and happenings here in the Willow Glen area of San José, California.

If you're joining us for the first time, welcome! The Willow Glen Neighborhood Association was established in 1973. The organization has kept residents informed on a range of issues from traffic to neighborhood safety, all for the sole purpose of creating a stronger and more tightly-knit neighborhood for people of all ages to enjoy.

This website includes great resources for both residents and occasional visitors. Learn about the history of the area, see what types of businesses and other projects are in development, hear about events where you can meet fellow neighbors and get engaged on critical issues, and become a member to lend your voice to the neighborhood and contribute to the future of Willow Glen.

We organize special community events throughout the year, as well as monthly meetings that often feature guest speakers from around the city. We also work closely with other neighborhood organizations in the area that share our core values. There are numerous ways for you to get involved, and we'd love for you to join us.

Thanks for stopping by, and if there's anything else you'd like to see, don't hesitate to contact us!

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