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HOW WOULD YOU PLAN FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS?

Community input is important to us. We want to hear from you!
Please take 
some time to complete a short survey to have a
say in San José's plan for future growth and development.




WHAT IS ACTIVATESJ?

ActivateSJ is the City of San José and the Department of Parks, Recreation
and 
Neighborhood Services’ (PRNS) plan to maintain, improve and expand
our facilities, 
programs and services. The plan guides how we care for and develop a diverse park systems, and an abundance of recreation programs
and services for all in San José.



         Vision 
 
 Healthy Communities That Inspire Belonging
       
  Mission

 
Connecting People Through Parks, Recreation And Services
For An Active
San José




OUR FOCUS


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QUALITY
PLACES
QUALITY
CONNECTIONS
 
QUALITY
TIME
             

ACTIVATE WITH US!

Stay up to date with the ActivateSJ latest developments by attending an event near you. 

 
 Date  Location  Event  Time
 
5/19 Viva CalleSJ Spring Downtown & East Bound 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM   
6/6/19 Aborn Park Viva Parks - Movie Night     
7/4/19 Almaden Lake Park Family Fun Fesitval & Fireworks 2:00 PM - 11:00PM  
 
     

More citywide events can be found here




 Two people enjoying a trail  Children participating in recreational program  Youth participating in therapeutics program  Seven Trees Community Center
  

 
Community Investment - Measure P Bond Projects

In 2000, the Greenprint (PRNS former strategic plan) protected, preserved and 
promoted parks, facilities and community centers using the voter-approved 
$228 million Measure P Parks and Recreation Bond.
The Greenprint, now
ActivateSJ, will transition to a service driven model to allow us to preserve
what we have and activate our future.


An extensive breakdown of all projects funded by the 2000's
Parks and Recreation Bond can be found he
re.





Project Showcase
This is just one example of a project completed with the Parks and Recreation Bond.

Mayfair Community Center       
Mayfair Community Center
This facility measures 21,000 square feet and is a LEED certified green building. Like 
all other hub facilities, it offers an array of recreational programs to meet the
diverse needs of San José residents.

Parks and Recreation Bond: 
Bond funded elements include: a fitness center, a swimming pool, a dance studio,
and the Chavez Banquet Hall.




 
 
People enjoying event outdoors at city run park