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Welcome to the Neighborhood

The Shasta / Hanchett Park Neighborhood Association is a volunteer-based community organization founded in 1985 to protect and advance the interests of the Shasta/Hanchett Park, St. Leo's, Garden Alameda, and Cahill Park neighborhoods in San José, California. S/HPNA provides and promotes programs and activities aimed at building community and fostering civic involvement in this historic community.

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Welcome Back Tee Nee Thai

The community celebratse the return of Tee Nee Thai to the neighborhood. The restaurant should be opening soon.

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Theodore Lenzen Park Social

Neighbors gather for a social in Theodore Lenzen Park.

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Mulching Day

Hanchett Park Heritage Project along with volunteers cleaned up and muched the circle islands along Tillman.

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Around The Neighborhood -1

Historical Gas Station at the Park Morrison Development

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Around The Neighborhood -2

Whole Foods under construction. Photo is of the Brewery Pub on the corner of The Alameda & Stockton.

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Annual Meeting 2014 - 1

Ken Yeager presenting at our annual meeting.

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Stroll The Alameda 2013

Larry Ames and Dan Vado enjoing Stroll The Alameda wine walk.

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Holiday Rent-A-Tree

Holiday Rent-A-Tree

Go green this holiday with a Zero Waste Living Tree! Rent your tree for the month of December, return or Adopt -the-Tree post-holiday to live on in parks, schools or your...

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Draft Diridon Station Area Plan EIR Scoping Meeting

An Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is being prepared for the Draft Diridon Station Area Plan.  The City welcomes your input on what potential environmental impacts...

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Moving Downtown College Prep

Bellow is a letter written recently by a concerned Rose Garden resident with the proposed campus changes at Hoover Middle School.

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San José Launches City’s First Green Colored Bike Lane

San José’s first green colored pavement in a marked bikeway – a mile and a half bike lane on Hedding Street, connecting the future Berryessa BART station in Eas...

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21st Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

The 21st Annual Community Tree Lighting on The Alameda will take place on Dec. 5 in front of Westminster Presbyterian Church on The Alameda and Shasta Avenue.

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Neighborhood Safety for Kids

Kids should be able to go outside and enjoy their neighborhoods - but not without knowing how to stay safe. Even in the safest of neighborhoods, dangers exist. From being...

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Protected Bikeways

Protected Bikeways

Recently, Governor Brown signed into law the Protected Bikeways Act, allowing cities to build bike lanes that are protected from car traffic by a physical ...

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Changing To Airport’s Noise Reporting Procedure

On April 19, 2011 San Jose City Council unanimously approved changing the Airport’s noise reporting procedure with a modification suggested by Council member Sam Liccar...

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Plant 51 volunteers

Every "Second  Sunday " of the month, Plant 51 resident volunteers work   (one hour only) on cleaning up the White Street area between the VTA station and the...

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Storm and Power Outage Tips

This past weekend (Dec. 1, 2012), we experienced the third and strongest in a series of winter storms. Along with record winds and rain, there were numerous power outa...
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History San Jose

History San Jose 's Neighborhoods of San Jose website has a section dedicated to the Shast...

 

The Alameda, The Beautiful Way

As a neighbor of The Alameda, maybe you have been wondering... How did my street get its n...
Planning and Land Use - List of Current Projects

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Events That Run Through Our Streets

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