Cupertino City Council

Nonprofit settles with Cupertino over lease dispute

An autism nonprofit will pay Cupertino thousands of dollars after settling a monthslong dispute over the closure of a group home for children. The Cupertino City Council unanimously approved a settlement between the city and nonprofit Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE) last month after PACE stopped operating the group home at 7576 Kirwin Lane,...

Cupertino officials shrink multimillion-dollar shortfall

Cupertino has almost balanced its coffers after facing a looming multimillion-dollar deficit for months, but the city will still have to contend with anticipated revenue drops in future years. The Cupertino City Council unanimously approved the approximately $146.6 million budget for fiscal year 2024-25 Tuesday, leaving the city roughly $200,000 shy of balancing its anticipated $10.1 million...

Cupertino park will boost equity, advocates say

A new Cupertino park and trail expansion 20 years in the making is one step closer to construction, and advocates say it could create more equity across the city. The Cupertino Planning Commission unanimously approved the Lawrence-Mitty Park and Trail project’s conceptual design last week. The roughly 7.8-acre, half-mile project could provide picnic and play...

Cupertino cuts millions in city services

Cupertino officials are about to implement some of the largest cuts to city services residents have ever seen, as the city works to balance its budget in the face of a multimillion-dollar deficit. The Cupertino City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a $9 million reduction in services for fiscal year 2024-25 in an effort to...

Cupertino is a pickleball desert for players

Cupertino pickleballers are fed up with having to share city courts with tennis players — but a solution might be coming. The Cupertino City Council unanimously approved a plan this month that includes eight pickleball courts in Memorial Park’s conceptual design but there is no clear timeline when they will be available. The proposed courts...

Cupertino City Council nixes tax measure from ballot

Cupertino may be facing a budget deficit next fiscal year, but the city won’t ask residents to dig deeper into their wallets to help. The Cupertino City Council unanimously voted to stop exploring ways to create new taxes or increase taxes at last Wednesday’s meeting, after the majority of small business owners surveyed said they...