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As part of the Silicon Valley, Sunnyvale is headquarters to several high-tech companies, and it is also home to several aerospace/defense companies. One of the first arcade video games, Pong, surfaced in September of 1972 in Sunnyvale. An interesting aspect of Sunnyvale is they have a single unified Department of Public Safety, where all emergency responding personnel are trained as firefighters, police officers, and EMTs.

Population: 131760
Local Newspapers: San Jose Mercury News
Local Sports Teams: San José State University National Hispanic University California University of Management and Technology Lincoln Law School of San Jose San José City College Evergreen Valley College
Local Colleges: San Jose Earthquakes (MLS soccer) San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Giants (California League baseball) Real San Jose (National Premier Soccer League)

Zip Codes associated with sunnyvale, california: 94086 94087 94089 95051
Towns/Cities near sunnyvale, california : Lowlanders Braly Corners Panama Park Wrightmost Corners San Miguel Waverly Park

Sunnyvale News
Sunnyvale seeks input on civic center overhaul

The city held a workshop on Oct. 12, and two more opportunities to weigh in are planned in the coming days. The city is narrowing down its options for how to go about giving the more than 50-year-old, 24-acre government center a new look.

Exclusive: Juniper Revamps Partner Program With 'Laser Focus' On Driving Cloud Execution

Juniper Networks is striving to evolve its channel community by revamping its partner program with new incentives and specializations aimed at driving cloud sales. "We've created these cloud specializations both for existing partners who want to evolve their business models as well as born-in-the-cloud-type partners to be able to leverage the assets we put in the [Amazon Web Services] and [Microsoft] Azure clouds," said Brian Rosenberg, vice president of global partners and alliances for Juniper, in an interview with CRN.

Ascott buys Silicon Valley hotel for S$81.5m to cater to tech companies' demand

The 136-room freehold hotel will be Ascott's fourth acquisition in the United States in five months. SINGAPORE: The Ascott is investing S$81.5 million to acquire and refurbish The Domain Hotel in Silicon Valley, California, to capture the fast-growing demand from global technology companies and multinational corporations.

Sunnyvale cold weather shelter opens amid smoky skies

The North County Winter Shelter, located at 999 Hamlin Ct., Sunnyvale, Calif., opened again on Oct. 16. The shelter, run by HomeFirst, will offer beds, meals, free laundry access and other services to those in need through April 15. The shelter is operated on referral basis. For more information, contact 408-854-4670.

Animal Assisted Happiness settles in at Baylands Park

Ellie Rupinski, 7, reaches out to pet "Froyo," a 260lb. Nubian-mix goat, while Animal Assisted Happiness farm co-founder Vicki Amon-Higa looks on.

Tech worker turned magician's performance raises money to support troops

Magician Phil Ackerly, seen here demonstrating a needle and thread trick with the help of audience assistant Addison Brown, will be the headliner at the third annual Night of Comedy and Magic at Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club in Sunnyvale on Nov. 7. A portion of the proceeds will go to the South Bay Blue Star Moms. As a tech worker turned professional magician, Phil Ackerly's next trick will be to make money appear for South Bay Blue Star Moms with a Night of Comedy and Magic at Rooster T. Feathers in Sunnyvale.

Magical Bridge Playground planned for Mountain View

Children rush down the many sildes at the Magical Bridge Playground during the playground's grand opening celebration on April 18,2015. The playground is one of the first in the country that serves both children and adults with disabilities and is fully wheelchair accessible.

Yahoo can provide dead man's emails to family, court says

Massachusetts' highest court says federal law does not prohibit Yahoo from providing a deceased man's family members access to his email account. The Supreme Judicial Court said Monday that a lower court was wrong to conclude that the Stored Communications Act prohibited Yahoo from giving Robert and Marianne Ajemian access to their brother John's email messages.

Cities rush to prepare for new marijuana era

This will be the second time in two years that the council will pass such a ban - the first is set to expire in November. It's not that Palo Alto council members hate marijuana - a position that would make them a minority in a city where two-thirds of the voters supported Proposition 64 last fall.

Where to donate for victims of North Bay wildfires

For people interested in assisting victims of the North Bay wildfires, below is information on groups that are providing help and in need of donations. We will update this as new information comes in.

Mountain View: All-inclusive Magical Bridge park planned

The Magical Bridge Playground in Palo Alto is one of the rare places where Kenzie Hamed, 7, right, is safe playing with her twin brother, Adam. Kenzie has Williams Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects her development and visuospatial recognition, and her brother is typically developing.

Sunnyvale could get nearly $7 million for affordable housing projects

For the first time since 2012, a developer is choosing to pay fees directly to the city of Sunnyvale rather than provide below-market-rate units as part of housing projects. De Anza Properties is choosing to pay in-lieu fees for its approved housing projects: Pastoria Corners at 803 W. El Camino Real and the Butcher's Corner development at 871 E. Fremont Ave. De Anza Properties is going to cut a check estimated at $6.1 million to $6.9 million, which he city council voted unanimously to accept.

Childcare center proposal will go to Sunnyvale planning commission

The plan was shared with neighbors during a community outreach meeting on Oct. 4 at the Sunnyvale Community Center. The one-story building would be home to a Bright Horizons that would serve children ages 6 months to 6 years.

Four teens cited for MV car theft

A Mountain View woman's car was stolen and ended up in a Sunnyvale impound lot over the weekend after four teens reportedly took the vehicle for a late-night spin, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office. A Mountain View woman's car was stolen and ended up in a Sunnyvale impound lot over the weekend after four teens reportedly took the vehicle for a late-night spin, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.

Sunnyvale police say woman was sexually assaulted and strangled by neighbor

Sunnyvale DPS arrested 39-year-old Idris M. Record Godoy on Wednesday on suspicion of attempted murder, kidnapping, assault to commit rape and burglary. The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety said Thursday that a 37-year-old woman was sexually assaulted and strangled to unconsciousness in her apartment by a neighbor.

Sunnyvale considers Caltrain grade separations for Mary Avenue and Sunnyvale Ave

Sunnyvale City Council and Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee will consider options for grade separating the intersections of the Caltrain tracks with Mary Avenue and Sunnyvale Avenue, next week at a j oint study session on Tuesday, October 17 at 5:30pm . See this website for background information.

San Mateo County birth announcements

Nathan Price and Julia Davidson, of Sunnyvale, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City September 20, 2017. Michael and Kristi Bauerly, of Los Altos, gave birth to a baby girl at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City September 22, 2017.

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