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During Spanish expeditions in the late 1700s they established several missions in the San Francisco Bay Area. During this time, what is now Milpitas served as a crossroads between Mission San Jose de Guadalupe and Mission Santa Clara de Asis. When the land was divided to become ranchos, the Rancho Milpitas was formed. In Spanish Milpitas means "little corn fields" or "garden where maize is grown." The Spanish ranchers did in fact use the agricultural field to grow corn.

Population: 62698
Local Newspapers: Milpitas Post San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Giants San Jose Earthquakes San Jose SaberCats San Jose Sharks
Local Colleges: Heald College

Zip Codes associated with milpitas, california: 95035
Towns/Cities near milpitas, california : Curtner River Oaks Morrill Sweigart Gilchrist

Milpitas News
Dump truck crash with bus, car mars I-880 in Milpitas

A dump truck collided with a charter bus and a car on Interstate 880 on Thursday morning, marring northbound traffic in the area, according to the California Highway Patrol. According to initial reports made to CHP, the dump truck blew a tire around 9:30 a.m. near the Dixon Landing Road offramp.

Milpitas: Council approves 45-day moratorium on demolition permits for affordable housing structures

The owner of the Sunnyhills Apartments, located at 1724 Sunnyhills Drive seen here on May 26, has told residents they need to vacate their affordable housing units by March 2018 so he can build market rate townhomes in the complex. Photo by Stan Olszewski/SOSKIphoto In a first step toward addressing the production and preservation of affordable housing in Milpitas, the City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a 45-day moratorium on demolition permits for below-market rate units.

Milpitas City Leaders Consider Renter Protections

Residents of the Sunnyhill Apartments in Milpitas are hoping the city finds a way to keep their affordable housing intact. The Milpitas City Council on Tuesday night will consider two emergency measures that could impact the future of thousands of renters in the city.

Northbound I-680 in Milpitas shut down due to a jumper

The San Jose Police Department speak to a man threatening to jump off of Landess Ave over highway 680 in San Jose, Calif. on Monday, June 19, 2017.

Northbound I-680 in Milpitas shut down due to possible jumper

All lanes of northbound Interstate 680 at Landess Avenue have been closed in response to a possible jumper on the overpass, according to the California Highway Patrol. Traffic is being diverted off the freeway at Landess Avenue, according to the CHP.

Milpitas: Transient eyed in iPhone robbery

Jonathon Randal Lott, a 32-year-old San Jose transient, was arrested in connection to a robbery near Dixon Road and North Milpitas Boulevard earlier last week, Milpitas police say. On June 8 at 1:10 p.m., officers responded to the area of Dixon Road on a report of robbery that had just occurred involving a woman at a bus stop using her iPhone.

Milpitas: School district looks toward June 2018 bond

North elevation of the planned McCandless Drive school, as viewed from the proposed city-school district joint-use park space.Courtesy of Milpitas Unified School District With the 2012 general obligation bond projects under wraps, Milpitas Unified School District is now beginning the process of looking at a possible June 2018 bond. At the May 23 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Cheryl Jordan presented an update about facilities planning across the district and specifically the future of district facilities as enrollment increases.

Great Mall event held year-round on Sundays.

Visitors stroll and shop at the Milpitas Farmers' Market at Great Mall on Sunday. The year-round event is run by Concord-based nonprofit Pacific Coast FarmersA a a Market Association.

Milpitas: Massage parlor shutters after prostitution citations

Teffanie Spa at 232 S. Hillview Drive was the focus of an undercover police operation earlier this year that involved citations for prostitution. The business, pictured here in April, was yellow tagged by the city's building department and has since removed its signage from the building.

Milpitas: Community block grant plan will return for June 20 council approval

The owner of the Sunnyhills Apartments, located at 1724 Sunnyhills Drive seen here on May 26, has told residents they need to vacate their affordable housing units by March 2018 so he can build market rate townhomes in the complex. At the June 6 city council meeting Councilman Garry Barbadillo asked recipients of community development block grants from the city to help the residents of the Sunnyhills complex.

64-year-old woman dies after hit-and-run crash

A 64-year-old woman died at Regional Medical Center of San Jose last week after a hit-and-run crash in Milpitas left her in critical condition three days earlier, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office. Santosh Jain, for whom medical examiner's staff had a Milpitas address, died on Thursday.

Other Voices: Touring historic Milpitas on June 17

On Saturday, June 17, the Milpitas Historical Society is conducting its annual community tour which is free and open to the public. The bus tour is designed to acquaint the community with historic sites in Milpitas.

MHS bicyclist hits vehicle during drop off, police say

A 14-year-old Milpitas High School student biking to campus last week hit a car that kept driving, possibly not realizing that it had been struck by the rider and his bicycle, police say. On June 1 at about 8 a.m., the student was riding his bicycle on Escuela Parkway and "he rode in between a vehicle that was going straight and a vehicle that was making a right hand turn on Russell Lane and struck one of the vehicles, which caused him to fall down," Milpitas police Sgt.

Milpitas: Police seek hit-and-run driver who hit woman in crosswalk

A 64-year-old woman visiting from India was hit while walking near the Jain Temple and this crosswalk, seen here in a file photo, on South Main Street in Milpitas on Monday morning by a white four-door sedan. The victim is currently hospitalized with major injuries, police say.

Barbecue cook-offs, car show held at event's new location on Alder Drive on Cisco Systems campus

Milpitas Sgt. Matt Miller of the Milpitas Police Association checks his tri-tip for the perfect temperature during a barbecue cookoff between public safety departments at the annual Milpitas International Festival & BBQ May 20. Photo By Stoney Meagher/Stoney's Photography Volunteers Brandon Menezes and Robert Garcia of Mipitas serve wine to Milpitas resident Jill Meagher during the annual Milpitas International Festival & BBQ May 20. Photo By Stoney Meagher/Stoney's Photography Milpitas Fire Department Engineer Issac Lorenzana shows off his barbecue skills during the cookoff between the city's public safety departments during the fourth annual Milpitas International Festival & BBQ on May 20. Photo By Stoney Meagher/Stoney's Photogra Festival goers browsed artisan's wares while enjoying barbecue, live music and entertainment at the fourth annual Milpitas International Festival & BBQ on ... (more)

Milpitas: Student-designed tiny home unveiled at Sinnott Elementary campus

John Sinnott Elementary School held a ribbon cutting for the tiny house designed and built by students with the help of parents, teachers and local community businesses on May 18. On the deck for the cutting is Tony Mirenda of Blach Construction; Brian Shreve, director of Maintenance, Operations, and Transportation; Joe Flatley, director of Facilities and Modernization; Rita Maultsby, sixth-grade teacher and project lead; Board Member Robert Jung; Board Clerk Hon Lien, on behalf of Rotary Club; Sinnott Principal Laurie Armino; and Tiny Home project based learning fifth-grade teachers Kiscelle Calvello, Mary Caraballo, and Amber Loanzon, and third-grade teachers Adam Throm and Jeannie Lam.

Milpitas: Crews battle fast-moving grass fire in hills

Milpitas Fire Department and Cal Fire on Monday afternoon continued to battle a vegetation fire that may have been linked to an electrical transponder that exploded that started at about 11 a.m. below the browning hillsides, east of a residential area near North Park Victoria Drive and El Camino Higuera and Zamora Court in Milpitas. According to fire department radio traffic, area residences - as well as out buildings along the hills - have been threatened by the blaze but no reported structure fires have occurred.

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