The Town of Los Gatos is seeking community input regarding the annual budgeting process. We want to know what Los Gatos residents, businesses, and property owners view as the budget priorities for the Town.
For basic background information, the “Budget At A Glance” can be viewed on the Town website here. More in-depth budgeting information is available on the Financial Transparency webpage here. Please provide your inp...
On Tuesday February 4, 2020, the Town Council will consider amendments to the Town Code regarding land use and economic vitality streamlining.
Streamlining efforts include modifications to the regulations for:
• Formula retail businesses;
• Minor exterior modifications to commercial buildings; and
• Group classes.
The Town seeks public input on the p...
The Town is updating its General Plan, the document that will guide the Town for the next 20 years. Be a part of planning our future!
The community is welcome to participate in all meetings. Agendas, meeting summaries, and other materials are available on the General Plan update website by clicking PARTICIPATE.
The Town also invites interested residents and businesses...
The Town of Los Gatos has various social media outlets to follow. Below are a few of the links, and you can also find us on NextDoor!
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The Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Foundation is committed to supporting our community by providing funding for public safety tools and educational outreach programs for the Police Department.
Please visit Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Foundation to purchase tickets.
The Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Foundation is an independent 501 (c) 3 organization that works in partnership with the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department.
Tuesday, February 4, 6pm - Registration required. Enjoy this fun and informative workshop on how to create several simple book structures using unique bookbinding tools. Come explore the use of everyday recycled materials to create new, handmade books.
Saturday, January 18, 2pm - The League of Women Voters will inform us about the Voters Choice Act, the 2020 Census, and the pros and cons regarding the ballot issues. Come listen and learn at this non-partisan event.
By appointment - Free 1-on-1 tech help in one 30-minute session. Ask questions about how to use your smart phone, computer/laptop, tablet, social media, email, word processing, uploading photos, and more.
Saturday, January 25, 11am - Get free hands-on introductory instruction in 3D modeling basics with Tinkercad and print your creations. This free event will is geared toward teens and adults.
Saturday, January 25 - Calligraphers from Pacific Scribes will be at the library to demonstrate their craft! Come by to receive a free bookmark with your own name written in beautiful calligraphy.
Saturday, February 8, 2pm - Silicon Valley Reads (SVR) is back this year with the theme, “Women: Making It Happen.” Enjoy hearing from author Julian Guthrie about her critically acclaimed book, Alpha Girls, and her discussion on women ...
Use your library card to stream more than 30,000 of the world’s best films, including award-winning documentaries, rare and hard-to-find titles, and world cinema.
Tuesday, February 18, 6:30pm - Read and discuss Julian Guthrie's powerful account of women pioneers in high-stakes, male-dominated world of Silicon Valley.
Saturday, February 22, 2pm - Yoshiko was confined in internment camps for almost three and a half years during World War II. After the war, her family returned to Pasadena, California, where she completed high school before graduating from UCLA. She was s...
Saturday, January 11, 2pm - James Bostwick is an attorney in California and the author of Acts of Omission. His book illustrates entertaining courtroom drama and showcases a young trial lawyer’s drive for justice. The Friends of Los Gat...
Saturday, March 7, 2pm - There’s no shortage of successful ‘school smart’ kids, but real life is outside the classroom requiring everyday skills: people/social skills, communication skills, stress-management skills, decision-...
Wednesday, March 18, 6pm - Local photographer Eric Gray will give some practical and useful tips for taking better photos on your smart phone! Bring your smart phone and learn how to be a better photographer.