Housing Element Events and Updates

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  • September 26: Community Meeting

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    The Unheard Voices of Cupertino: Community Meeting for Cupertino Workers and House-Rich Residents

    Come hear from people directly impacted by the housing crisis about their experiences and ideas. On September 26, we will hear from people who work in Cupertino but cannot afford to live here and people who own a home, yet are low-income. The meeting will feature a panel of individuals sharing about their experiences and will have ample time for conversation amongst community members. Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear directly from the people who are so often discussed when it comes to housing!

    The Community Meeting will be held Monday, September 26 from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. via Zoom. Please join the meeting by clicking the link below:

    https://bit.ly/3cAN3Mw

  • September 16: Strategic Advisory Committee Meeting #6

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    The Housing Element Strategic Advisory Committee met on Friday, September 16 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

    This new committee was established by the City Council during the March 8 City Council meeting to provide guidance on plans for public outreach and community engagement strategies for the Housing Element Update. Please find the meeting agenda here.



  • September 8: Housing Commission meeting

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    The Housing Commission met on Thursday, September 8 at 9 a.m. Please find the meeting agenda here.

  • August 30: City Council Meeting to discuss sites

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    CITY OF CUPERTINO - Meeting of City Council on 8/30/2022 at 5:00 PM

    Housing Element Update: City of Cupertino Sites Inventory List

    Moore moved and Wei seconded to approve the housing inventory site list as modified with Council’s input and adding the property located at 21801 Stevens Creek Boulevard as a Tier 2 site for study:

    Map A - North Vallco Park

    • No changes

    Map B - Vallco Shopping District/Simeon Property only

    • No changes

    Map C - North Blaney/Mini-storage and adjacent single-family residence

    • Remove single-family lot due to negative owner response (Wei; Chao; Paul; Willey; Moore).
    • Set densities ranging from 30 du/ac to 40 du/ac up against the sound wall for 1.76 acre site (average 35 du/ac) (Moore; Paul; Willey; Chao; Wei)

    Map D - South Blaney

    • Increase density for site 11a (Tintin Market and adjacent strip mall) from 20 du/ac to 30 du/ac (Paul; Chao; Moore; Wei).
    • Increase 11b (Former Taco Bell and adjacent residential lots) from 30 du/ac to 50 du/ac (Chao; Moore; Wei; Paul).

    Map E- HOC East

    • Remove sites 18a (United Furniture) from inventory (Chao; Moore; Willey)
    • Remove site 18b (gas station) (Wei; Chao; Moore)
    • Move office sites 18c (HSBC Bank and others) and 18d (Keller Williams) from Tier 2 to Tier 1 due to owner interest (Chao; Moore; Paul; Wei).
    • Reduce density for sites 18c and 18d from 50 du/ac to 35 du/ac (Willey; Paul; Wei; Chao)

    Map F- HOC Central

    • Site 16b (Coconut Café) Change density to 30 du/ac and move to Tier 1 (Moore; Paul; Wei; Willey)
    • Site 16c (Sun Design) owner interest. Change density to 30 du/ac and move to Tier 1 (Moore; Paul; Wei; Willey; Chao)

    Map G-HOC Crossroads

    • Move site 15a (Lei Garden Restaurant), site 15b (Mr. Sun Tea) from Tier 2 to Tier 1 at 30 du/ac (Moore; Paul; Chao; Willey)
    • Retain site 15c (Fontana’s) as a Tier 2 site (Chao; Willey; Wei; Paul; Moore)
    • Remove site 15d (Sprouts to Party City/Pizza Hut), site 15e (Staples), site 15f (Dish’n’Dash), and site 15g (Staples parking lot) from the Tier 2 inventory to preserve retail (Chao; Moore; Paul; Willey).

    Map H-Homestead Road

    • Move site 20b (Homestead Bowl and adjacent strip malls) from Tier 1 to Tier 2 (Chao; Moore; Wei; Willey; Paul).

    Map I-HOC West

    • Increase density for site 14a (Mary Avenue R-O-W) from 30 du/ac to 50 du/ac (Chao; Moore; Wei; Willey; Paul).

    Map J – S. De Anza

    • Move site 23c from Tier 2 to Tier 1 (Paul; Chao; Moore; Willey; Wei)
    • No further discussion on all the Tier 1 sites on S. De Anza (Paul; Wei; Willey; Moore)

    Map K - Jollyman

    • No changes

    Map L – Monta Vista South Neighborhood

    • No changes

    Map M - Monta Vista North Neighborhood

    • 7a – reduce minimum density to 20 du/acre (Willey; Wei; Chao)

    Map N – Bubb Rd. Special Area

    • Add all east side sites in the Bubb Road area except CalTrans and two Durect sites to Tier 2 at 30 du/ac (Wei; Moore; Chao; Paul; Willey)

    Map O – Homestead Rd. Special Area

    • No changes

    Map P – Creston-Pharlap Neighborhood

    • Keep all Tier 1 sites (Willey; Wei; Moore; Paul)

    North De Anza

    • Include Former Outback Steakhouse site in inventory as Tier 2 site (Moore, Paul, Chao, Wei)

    Monta Vista Village

    • No changes

    Please see the agenda, presentations and meeting audio here. You can also download pdf documents related to this meeting here.


    Part 1

    Part 2

  • August 29: City Council Meeting to discuss sites

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    The City Council met on Monday and Tuesday, August 29 and 30 at 5:00 p.m. to discuss the Housing Element available sites. Please see the agenda here. The meeting presentation is linked below.

    Final CC 08-29-22.pdf

    Part 1

    Part 2

  • August 16: City Council Meeting to discuss sites

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    The City Council met on Tuesday, August 16 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the Housing Element available sites. Please see the agenda here.

    Part 1

    Part 2

  • July 25: Strategic Advisory Committee Meeting #5

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    The Housing Element Strategic Advisory Committee met on Monday, July 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    This new committee was established by the City Council during the March 8 City Council meeting to provide guidance on plans for public outreach and community engagement strategies for the Housing Element Update.


  • July 20: Community Meeting on Cupertino Housing Element: Perspectives of Students and Older Adults

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    When it comes to housing, both youth and older adults find themselves in very interesting positions, with unique barriers and challenges. This community meeting included a panel of De Anza students, Cupertino high school students, and older adults, who shared their experiences related to housing. Hear new perspectives and to share your own experiences.

    Watch the recording of the meeting:


  • June 23: Housing Commission Special Meeting

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    The Housing Commission met on June 23 at 9 a.m. Please find the meeting agenda here.


  • June 28: Housing Element Site Selection on Planning and Housing Commissions Joint Special Meeting

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    Tuesday, June 28 at 6:45 p.m.

    On Tuesday, June 28 at 6:45 p.m., a Special Joint Planning Commission-Housing Commission Meeting will be held on the City’s Housing Element Update. This meeting will be virtual and will focus on the selection of future housing sites that will be included in the housing inventory.

    The Housing Element Update is required by State law to be updated every eight years and to demonstrate that the City has sites available to accommodate its allocation of new housing for a range of income levels during this eight-year period. Cupertino’s housing allocation, which is determined and assigned by the State’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCD), is 4,588 housing units. The Housing Element Update is required to be completed by January 31, 2023.

    View the agenda here, and register for the virtual meeting here.


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