- Now-May 23 Monday-Saturday, 7 am-7pm — Crews will deliver materials and equipment at 4th St between E St John St and E Santa Clara St on the eastern most active southbound lane. The work area will close to traffic with cones, signs, and flaggers. Access to the City garage will remain open.
- Now-May 23 Monday-Saturday, 7 am-7pm — Crews will deliver materials and equipment at 5th St between E St John St and E Santa Clara St on the eastern most active southbound lane. The work area will close to traffic with cones, signs, and flaggers. Access to the City garage will remain open.
- May. 24 Monday, 8am-8pm — Crews will operate a crane and reduce W. San Fernando to a single lane with traffic assistance. They will assist traffic on W. San Fernando in both east and west directions in between Delmas Ave. and Almaden Blvd. All appropriate closure signs and detour signs will be installed around each intersection.
- May 24 Monday, 8 am-8pm — Crews will perform pre-cast panel infill at 333 W San Fernando St. W San Fernando St between Delmas Ave and Almaden Blvd will partially close. There will be partial closure to the westbound lane. The eastbound lane will be open to traffic with traffic control to assist in both directions. Flaggers, signs, and cones will be onsite.
- Jun. 3-Jun. 5 Thursday-Saturday, 9am-3pm — Crews will repair conduit at 55 W San Fernando St. W. San Fernando St between S San Pedro St and S Market St will close. Eastbound traffic will be turned into a slow lane. The westbound lane will be realigned with cones. Two crosswalks will be closed. Flaggers will be onsite for pedestrian control.
- Now-May 24 Monday-Friday, 8 am-4pm — Crews will perform construction activities including joint trench work along Balbach St. Balbach St will close between 180 Balbach St to the intersection of Market St and Balbach St. Flaggers will be present to provide local access and help direct traffic.
Crime Safety Report: San Jose Police Department Deputy Chief Heather Randol and Capt. Stan McFadden presented three- and six-month strategies to reduce a spate of crime occurring in January and February,