Building Community, One Block at a Time
Good neighborhoods are those where neighbors work together on common issues and look out for each other. Block leaders take extra steps to connect neighbors and build community -- making our neighborhoods safer, more harmonious places to live.
The Block Leader Program teaches residents how to get to know their neighbors and to organize activities so neighbors can more easily communicate. Block leaders are vital links between City Hall and the neighborhoods -- and they gain the inside track on neighborhood development and activities.
Cupertino's Block Leader Program is the proud recipient of a National Award, the National League of Cities’ NBC/LEO 2015 Diversity Award.
16th Annual Block Leader Appreciation - Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Contact Laura D. Lee for details.
Block Leader Meeting, In the Know
City Departments share the latest projects and program overviews, January 25, 2018.
Neighborhood Events Resident Survey
PowerPoint presentations (in order of appearance):
www.cupertino.org/saferoutes - Information and updates on the Safe Routes to School program
www.cupertino.org/bicycling - Bicycle Transportation Plan, status of projects, benefits of bicycling
www.cupertino.org/citymaintenance - Description of services to maintain city facilities, parks, streets, trees
www.cupertino.org/cupertino311 - Request services for city tree trimming, broken sidewalk repair, etc.
Capital Improvement Projects
http://gis.cupertino.org/CIP/ - Interactive map of current projects
http://www.cupertino.org/CIP - Current budgeted projects- descriptions and status
Communication Training - Mindful Conflict
By understanding personal conflict styles, Shelley Giacalone and Leslyn McCallum from San Jose City College show block leaders how to manage conflicts better at home, work, school, social groups, and in the neighborhood, September 28, 2017.
Block Leader Program Celebrates 15 Years
Feb. 2002 - 2017
Annual Update from the Sheriff's Office
Captain Rich Urena's annual update presentation to block leaders at the Sheriff Department's Westside Station, January 26, 2017