Today we had 57 Friends of Trail turn out for our clean up — including Mayor Sam Liccardo, Councilman Raul Peralez, and crews from Downtown Streets Team, Save Our Trails, Sustainable SJ D3, McKinley/Bonita, San Jose State University, West Valley Community College, Meet Up (thanks James Coberly), CommUniverCity and, of course, the leaders of Friends of Five Wounds Trail–and more. Sorry if I forgot any one — I’ve really gotta start writing a list! The trail was in fairly clean … Continue reading →
This Executive Summary can be found on page five of the Five Wounds/Brookwood Terrace Neighborhood Improvement Plan. The Five Wounds/Brookwood Terrace Neighborhood Improvement Plan was developed as a shared vision for future actions between residents, businesses, and the City of San Jose as part of the Strong Neighborhoods Initiative launched in January 2001. During this community-based process, community members: authored “Principles for Transformation;” guided land use, building, public improvement recommendations; and prioritized actions. By defining core values and goals, the … Continue reading →
Welcome to the future home of the Five Wounds Urban Village team.