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Kyle Jones

The City of Cupertino invites you to share your thoughts about a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge through this short survey.

The City is currently conducting a feasibility study for a bicycle/pedestrian bridge across Stevens Creek Blvd at Carmen Road, which is located between Phar Lap Drive and Foothill Expressway. Carmen Road dead ends at a bluff above both sides of Stevens Creek Boulevard. This new bridge would connect the neighborhoods north and south of Stevens Creek Blvd by providing an alternative location to cross. It would allow for easy and safe access to and from residences, parks and recreation centers. It would also create a safer biking and walking route for students who need to cross Stevens Creek Boulevard to get to Stevens Creek Elementary, Kennedy Middle and Monta Vista High schools.

At this early stage in the feasibility study, the City welcomes your ideas, comments, and questions about this potential crossing. Please take the short survey at, which will be open until 1/28/19.

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Debbie Frazier

Come to the best field trip on MV campus!

Monta Vista's only Challenge Day this school year, will be on January 31, 2019.

Challenge Day is an eye-opening, immersive field trip... on the MV campus. Attendees have stated that Challenge Day adjusted their outlook and motivated them to improve their interactions with others and make change in their communities. This event is open to all, and prior attendees can attend as teen leaders.  For more information, see the Challenge Day Page.

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