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April 12, 2024

Council puts brakes on Rancho Hills Drive project

The Gilroy City Council has pushed the pause button on a

Sacramento will take $1.2 M from Gilroy to balance state budget

California finally has a balanced state budget, but only with

Officials trumpet new library’s flashy features

With hammers knocking nails and saws perforating metal nearby, Library Project Manager Dan Johnson elevated his voice to describe the down-and-dirty features of Gilroy's new library.

Gilroy discusses new city council districts

Should Gilroy go to district elections?

Rosso clear winner; rest of field tight

In a quiet race for four seats, newcomer Dom Payne posted a

New name, new site for Visitors Bureau

When the Gilroy Visitors Bureau pulls up its downtown stakes and

Crosswalk controversy on City Council’s agenda

Gilroy’s City Council will review and discuss whether or not to replace a crosswalk on Byers Street and Wren Avenue near El Roble Park, after a resident from that neighborhood repeatedly complained to City staff. 

City Gets Tough on Downtown Parking

Beginning in April, two- and three-hour parking limits will be

Q & A with Perry Woodward

Why are you running?