Agenda items include:
• Updates on crime and prevention from San Jose Police Department’s Japantown liaison.
• Updates from Mindy Nguyen, aide to City Councilmember Raul Peralez (District 3), including the Corporation Yard Project.
• Updates on San Jose Beautiful grant cycles.
• Volunteers needed for Dumpster Day (Oct. 20) and Traffic Circle planting.
The Japantown Neighborhood Association’s mission is to encourage communication and cooperation between residents and businesses in the Japantown neighborhood; to serve as a voice and representative for the residents with government officials, non-government agencies, and business representatives; and to support and encourage the continued diversity of the Japantown neighborhood and surrounding areas.
For more information, visit JNA’s Facebook page.