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7th Annual Meeting! Tonight! Mon 3/20 7pm

Our annual meeting is here! Monday March 20th 7pm at the Willow Glen Library.

This is the meeting of the year where we get to meet you and hear about your interests, and where we invite local experts to describe the work of their organizations. Members will elect our newest board members.

Our speakers this year will be Angel Rios & Yves Zsutty from San Jose PRNS, Barbara Keegan from the Water District, and Deb Kramer from Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful. They will be speaking and answering questions about trail related issues, the Greenprint, and Coyote Meadows. Snacks, drinks and other treats will be available.

If you want to support trails in Santa Clara County (and vote in the board election!) remember to renew your membership in advance, or bring a check or cash to the door.

Action: Help Cleanup SJ Parks 3/3-5

Dear SOT Members,

This weekend, the City of San Jose is asking volunteers to join a cleanup of Kelley Park and the Japanese Friendship Garden, which received damage in the recent flooding of nearby Coyote Creek. The cleanups will begin at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 3, Saturday, March 4, and Sunday, March 5.

For more details and to register go to:

Stay safe & dry,

Save Our Trails

Save Our Trails on Valley Politics

Please enjoy this video on Valley Politics featuring our President Bill Rankin.

Focus Group on Park Permit Fees Sat 11-5 9am


Come to the Focus Group on Park Permit Fees for Neighborhood Associations this Saturday Nov. 5, from 9 am to 10 am.
Pearl Avenue Library. 4270 Pearl Avenue.

Learn how San Jose Neighborhood Associations can get reduced fees for San Jose Park Use. Hear about the current discount program, share your experiences, and make suggestions for a program that meets your organization’s needs. Council member Johnny Khamis and Interim PRNS Deputy Director Mike Will will join us at this solution oriented session.


Questions? Contact

Jean Dresden
San Jose Parks Advocates

Coyote Creek Trail closure

The Coyote Creek Trail will be closed between the Hwy 237 bikeway and Tasman Drive until November 30 for pavement improvements.