Category: Coyote Valley

Measure T: How You Can Help
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Measure T: How You Can Help

Measure T, on the November ballot in San Jose, will provide $50 million in funding to protect Coyote Valley (San Jose’s Measure T: Vote Yes To Protect Coyote Valley). Please help us get Measure T passed! Here’s how you can help: Join the environmental community to call voters  When: October 17 6pm-8pm Where: Campaign HQ, 101...

San Jose’s Measure T: Vote Yes To Protect Coyote Valley
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San Jose’s Measure T: Vote Yes To Protect Coyote Valley

This November, San Jose voters will have the chance to help save Coyote Valley while also voting for disaster preparedness, public safety, and infrastructure. Measure T, a bond measure on the November 2018 ballot, will provide up to $50 million in funding for land conservation in Coyote Valley to prevent flooding and water quality contamination....

It’s a Sign: Wildlife Crossing Marked in Coyote Valley
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It’s a Sign: Wildlife Crossing Marked in Coyote Valley

The San Jose City Council has taken a first step towards making Coyote Valley a safe passage for wildlife. In June the Council voted to fund wildlife crossing signs on Monterey Road, a roadkill hot spot in Coyote Valley. Through our Protect Coyote Valley, San Jose campaign, Committee for Green Foothills and its partners have...

Thank You to our Stand Up Volunteers!
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Thank You to our Stand Up Volunteers!

By Chris Sturken The mission of Protect Coyote Valley is to protect and restore key ecological resources in the Valley that support regional biodiversity and improve groundwater storage and recharge for Silicon Valley. These resources include northern Coyote Valley’s wildlife corridor between the Santa Cruz Mountains and Diablo Mountain Range. They also include over 2,500 acres...

Executive Director Megan Medeiros in the News on Measures B & C
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Executive Director Megan Medeiros in the News on Measures B & C

Our Executive Director Megan Medeiros spoke at a press conference earlier this week as part of the “YES on C, NO on B” campaign. The event was covered by local news organizations, including SF Gate. The Gate‘s article, Mayor, Veterans, Environmental Leaders Come Together To Denounce ‘Senior Housing’ Proposal (5/9/18), explained our position that Measure...

Vote No on B, Yes on C in San Jose’s June Elections
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Vote No on B, Yes on C in San Jose’s June Elections

We’ve already asked you to vote no on Measure B. Now, we’re asking you to help fight sprawl by voting yes on Measure C, which will also be on the June 5 ballot in San Jose. Measure B is funded by wealthy out-of-town developers and would facilitate sprawl across San Jose, including in Coyote Valley....

CGF in the News: No on B, Yes on C
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CGF in the News: No on B, Yes on C

This weekend the Mercury News published an op-ed by San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, Mary Collins of the League of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara, and Tito Cortez of the Veterans Supportive Services Agency, and we couldn’t agree more. In their article, Opinion: Why San Jose voters should defeat Measure B, support Measure C:...

Stand up for Coyote Valley
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Stand up for Coyote Valley

Coyote Valley is threatened by industrial sprawl.Will you stand with us to permanently protect Coyote Valley? Join us for a brief training, we’ll provide you with materials to speak with residents and Protect Coyote Valley shirts, hats, tote bags, and stickers for you to keep! Then, we’ll pair-up and go door-to-door asking our neighbors to add their names to...

Mayor Liccardo’s Shout Out to Protecting Coyote Valley
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Mayor Liccardo’s Shout Out to Protecting Coyote Valley

If you were at San Jose’s State of the City event last week you probably caught Mayor Sam Liccardo’s address. During it he gave a shout out to Megan and Committee for Green Foothills, and more importantly, to protecting Coyote Valley: “I mention our ambitions for Diridon Station for an important reason: our sustainability –...

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