Brief tidbits and upcoming events in and around Cupertino
Cupertino office hours this Friday – public safety commission
Vice Mayor Liang Chao, Captain Urena, and Public Safety Commission Chair Hymanand Nellore will host community office hours this coming Friday, February 26, at 7 p.m. to talk about what the Public Safety Commission does. For more information contact email@example.com.
Bollinger Road study: public comments due Feb 26
The Cities of Cupertino and San Jose are seeking community input as part of a study to improve safety for all users along Bollinger Road between De Anza Boulevard and Lawrence Expressway.
The study aims to identify improvements to enhance pedestrian, bicycle, and motor vehicle operations and safety, and residents are being asked to identify the areas of greatest need.
Initial public comments and input are due Friday, February 26. Residents can provide feedback directly on both the Interactive Feedback Map and through the Survey portals, https://engagekh.com/bollingerroad/
Data and feedback from the public will be used to develop a set of potential corridor improvements to be presented for community review and comment at an online open house in spring 2021.
COVID-19 tests available March 3 at Cupertino Senior Center
COVID-19 tests are available to the City of Cupertino at the Cupertino Senior Center, 21251 Stevens Creek Blvd, on Wednesday, March 3 in partnership with the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department and Valley Medical Center. Appointments can be made from 9:30 a.m. through 3:45 p.m. To book an appointment, go to www.sccfreetest.org or directly at https://scl.fulgentgenetics.com/appointment.
Appointments are available for all ages, and those who are not members of the center are also welcome. The test site at Cupertino Senior Center is designed for people without symptoms. If you or a person looking for a COVID-19 test have symptoms, contact your health care provider.