Mark your calendars for San Jose's annual open streets event!
Viva CalleSJ is a free program that temporarily closes miles of San Jose streets to bring communities together to walk, bike, skate, play, and explore the city like never before.
Volunteers are needed too!
Check out the details at: http://www.vivacallesj.org
Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Route: South of First Area (SoFA) district down Monterey Road to Martial Cottle Park The City's signature open streets event will be a six-mile route on Monterey Road and will feature activity hubs in the South of First Area (SoFA) district, the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds and Martial Cottle Park. Activity hubs will include information tents, free water stations, bike repair services, local vendors, live entertainment and family-friendly fun.
Pokémon GO is Back!: The City of San José’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services and Niantic, Inc. are teaming up again. This time to make a difference during this year’s Viva CalleSJ event – the City’s signature open streets event!
It’s not a race, and a bike is not needed in order to participate. Walk, skate, or jog!
There’s no beginning or end. Start anywhere and go as far as you would like. The flow of participants goes both ways, just like regular traffic.
Viva CalleSJ is made possible by collaborative efforts from The City of San Jose Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, Santa Clara County Public Health, and Knight Foundation.
Visit www.vivacallesj.org for event information, including a map of this year’s route!