Assistant Chief of Police to
Present at Oct. 7 Breakfast
(note new location)
The guest speaker
for our Community Breakfast on Saturday, October
7, is the Assistant Chief of Police for the City
of Milpitas, Frank Morales. For this event we will
meet at the Milpitas Police Community Room,
1275 N. Milpitas Blvd. Morales has
been with the Milpitas Police Department for
almost 23 years, and has worked in most of its
divisions. Join us for a presentation on crime and
prevention, police responsibilities, community
officers, and non-police resources.
Breakfast is at 9am, meeting starts at 9:15am.
Coffee, tea, pastries, juice, and fruit will be
provided free of charge to those who attend in
person. Donations gratefully accepted. If you wish
to attend via zoom contact us at email@example.com
for the link.
SNA hosted Emergency Preparedness Presentation at
our Sept. 9 Breakfast
Paul Ellis, Chair of
the Milpitas Public Safety and Emergency
Preparedness Commission, presented information on
emergency preparedness. This is a topic of great
importance given the year of fires, floods, and
wind storms in California and beyond, and given
our proximity to major earthquake faults.
Ellis has been actively involved in emergency
preparedness in Milpitas for almost a decade. He
is currently the Chair of the Public Safety and
Emergency Preparedness Commission after serving as
Vice-Chair the prior two years, and as a
Commissioner for 3 years before that. Ellis is a
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
certified Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT)
instructor. He is also the Emergency Coordinator
and Chief Radio Officer for Milpitas ARES/RACES
group responsible for providing amateur radio
communications for the city in the event of a
disaster or declared emergency.
For a copy of Mr. Ellis presentation slides, click
Watch a video replay of the presentations
using this YouTube link: https://youtu.be/c0wf3OLQcbs
SunnyHills Neighborhood Association Receives
Special Recognition from
U.S. Congressman Ro Khanna, State Assemblyman Alex
Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors and Sup.
Otto Lee, and City of Milpitas for
First Juneteenth Celebration at Albert Augustine
Jr. Park on June 17, 2023
SNA Hosted Both Assembly Member
Alex Lee's District Director Anurag Pal and
This event made possible in part by a Milpitas
Arts and Culture grant.
Level Sponsors ($1500+) Alex Lee for
- Black Level Sponsors
($500+) The Milpitas Historical Society,
Sophisticated Gents, The Milpitas Police
Officers Association, Loopworks, County of
Santa Clara (Sup. Otto Lee), Merriwest Credit
Union, Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist
Congregation, Milpitas Electric, and Gary
Level Sponsors ($250+) Teri Lane,
Danny Ness, West Coast Institute of Tae Kwon
Do, Henry Nichols, and Bay Area Tutoring
Senator Aisha Wahab at June 3 Breakfast
District Director Anurag Pal for Assembly Member
Alex Lee, gave an update on Assembly Legislation
and plans for the rest of this legislative
session. Pal stepped in for Assembly Member Lee,
at the last minute, due to illness. Following the
presentation Pal was joined by Senator Aisha Wahab
who also gave an informative update. After the
presentations, there was an engaging Q&A
session with the audience.
▶️ Watch a
video replay of the presentations using this
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/vTEnvtV61LE
hosted presentation by
Supervisor Otto Lee at our May 6 Breakfast
Supervisor Otto Lee
for Santa Clara County District 3, which includes
the city of Milpitas, shared his priorities for
the many programs and departments that the Board
of Supervisors oversees. They include the
Sheriff's Office, Jails, Probation, the Tax
Assessor, Healthcare, Child Support Services,
Emergency Management, Vector Control, County
Parks, County Roads and Airports, Social Services,
the Office of Supportive Housing, the Superior
Court, and Watershed Protection. At the end of the
presentation there was.
▶️ Watch a video
replay of the presentation using this YouTube
The Mission of the Sunnyhills Neighborhood Association
in Milpitas is to:
● Provide instruction in civic responsibility
and community service;
● Enhance and support education to local residents in
art, music, and science;
● Sponsor activities and public performances which
enhance the quality of life for all residents in the
● Sponsor special events and public gatherings to
promote a sense of community well-being and cohesion;
● Sponsor and conduct activities and social gatherings
which bridge cultural gaps between different ethnic and
cultural segments of the community.
To learn more about our Purposes,
Accomplishments, and Bylaws follow this link: SNA
Board of Directors (2023) include President
Allysson McDonald, Vice President BJ Navarro, Secretary
Yolie Garcia, Treasurer Rob Means, and Frank Bush.
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The Sunnyhills neighborhood
● On the North by the City limits at Buskirk
● On the South by Jacklin Road.
● On the West by N. Milpitas Blvd.
● On the East by Hwy 680.
We meet at SJECC Milpitas College Extension (Collaboration
Room), 1450 Escuela Pkwy,
Milpitas - just South of Russell Middle School. All
Milpitas residents are invited to attend our Board meetings,
Community Breakfasts, and other events.
Contact us if you would like to help make
your community better.
us your contact information
and we will reach out to you.
Association, 1421 Yellowstone Ave, Milpitas, CA
95035-6913, 408-262-0420, info@SunnyhillsNeighborhood.org