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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
Milpitas stops using law firm to fight Newby Island odors

Republic Services, which operates the Newby Island Landfill on the San Jose-Milpitas border, saw San Jose Planning Commission on Dec. 7 , 2016 authorize the company's plans to expand the dump by nearly 100 vertical feet and see its estimated closure date extended to January 2041. Photo courtesy of Republic Services The services of a Mountain View law firm that in the last two years helped Milpitas explore legal ways to eliminate odors related to an expansion of Newby Island Resource Recovery Park no longer will be needed, the city has decided.

Students return to classrooms on Thursday, Aug. 17.

Retired United States Marine Corp crossing guard, Joseph Johnson, assists students crossing the cross walk during the first day of school at Spangler Elementary School on the first day of school last year. This year school is back in session on Aug. 17. Photo by Stan Szeto Milpitas Unified School District students, teachers and administrators return to their respective campuses next week for the start of the new school year.

Milpitas: Mysterious homicide remains under investigation

On Aug. 4, a Milpitas police cruiser is seen in the fenced commercial yard at 27 Winsor St., the site of a July 29 homicide, as a police officer looks on while two men take items out of the building. There are no suspects in this slaying, police say.

Police want to obtain a more than $380,000 Lenco BearCat MedEvac to fight crime.

Milpitas police intend to purchase a vehicle similar to this Lenco BearCat MedEvac to be used by its SWAT unit as well as medical personnel during crisis. Courtesy of Lenco Armored Vehicles The Milpitas City Council next Tuesday is scheduled to review a request by the city's police force to purchase a more than $380,000 armored tactical vehicle to help fight crime in town.

Proposed $100 million Asian mall-hotel project effectively dead in Milpitas, city says

Pacific Mall Silicon Valley, a $100-million Asian-themed mall and hotel set to occupy McCarthy Ranch Marketplace in Milpitas, has not moved forward since it was first approved in 2014. Milpitas officials now say its city-approved permits have expired.

Milpitas: Council extends moratorium on demolition permits for...

Milpitas City Council voted Aug. 1 to extend a moratorium on demolishing affordable housing units in the city until June 2018. Residents holding up signs that said "save our homes" packed the council chambers to beseech the council to help low-income residents stay in Milpitas.

Milpitas hosts 45 National Night Out anti-crime parties

Milpitas police Officer John Lam, front, and police volunteer Betty Won address the Hillview Drive National Night Out gathering organized by Deepka Lalwani and Gunwan Alisantosa in Milpitas on Aug. 3. Photo by Stephen Balsbaugh/MSAphotos This year's event was co-sponsored by police and the National Association of Town Watch in collaboration with the Milpitas Community Advisory Commission. Hinkley said Milpitas police representatives - including Interim Police Chief Steve Pangelinan, 10 officers, three captains, seven citizen volunteers and five Explorers - managed to visit all 45 parties among them.

4 Suspects Sought in Multiple Cities Arrested in Hotel Bust

Police on July 22 spoke to a man parked near the Embassy Suites Hotel on East Calaveras Boulevard in a green 1996 Pontiac Bonneville sedan. He was identified as Anthony Dale Ehler, 24, of Ceres, said police, adding that he had three outstanding misdemeanor warrants from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office and the Ripon Police Department.

CA: Milpitas: Pedestrian Overcross Connecting VTA and BART Completed

Aug. 04--After being closed for two months, Milpitas' light rail station reopened last Friday as work was done to accommodate the pending Milpitas Bay Area Rapid Transit Station nearing completion across the street on Montague Expressway and Capitol Avenue. Modifications were made to accommodate installation of an elevator stop for the newly-constructed pedestrian overcrossing above Capitol Avenue which connects the Montague light rail station with the almost completed Milpitas BART station, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority spokeswoman Stacey Hendler Ross said Friday.

Milpitas: Pedestrian overcross connecting VTA and BART completed

VTA said this week a closure of Piper Drive to do cleanup work in the area will cause "minimal" traffic impacts. Photo courtesy of VTA After being closed for two months, Milpitas' light rail station reopened last Friday as work was done to accommodate the pending Milpitas Bay Area Rapid Transit Station nearing completion across the street on Montague Expressway and Capitol Avenue.

Milpitas police continue to investigate mysterious homicide

Milpitas Police are investigating the homicide of a 54-year-old Milpitas resident in the secured yard of a business on Winsor Street, near Milpitas Public Library, in the early hours of July 29. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed Milpitas police are not releasing basic details in their homicide investigation of a 54-year-old Milpitas man found dead in the secured yard of a business on Winsor Street near the Milpitas Public Library on Saturday morning. On Monday, police Lt.

Milpitas police investigate homicide

The death of a 54-year-old man whose body was found early Saturday is being investigated as a homicide, Milpitas police said. Officers and fire crews responded to a medical aid call to a business on Winsor Street at 12:53 a.m., police said in a statement.

Fire scorches 51 acres of brush and grass in Milpitas hills

Cal Firefighters douse a tree in the hills of unincorporated Santa Clara County along Weller Lane on July 26 to prevent it from reigniting a 51-acre fire that was put out earlier in the afternoon. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed A grass fire in the hills above Milpitas burned 51 acres of grass and vegetation Wednesday afternoon before firefighters snuffed it out.

Milpitas group hopes to raise flag again for Pakistani Independence Day

Safwan Kwan attends a Pakistan flag ceremony at Milpitas City Hall last year celebrating that country's Independence Day. The Pakistani American Community Center is requesting a flag ceremony on Aug. 12 outside of City Hall this year.

Milpitas: Accused killera s mental fitness to be evaluated before trial

Milpitas Police Officers responded to a report of a car collision on South Main Street between Great Mall Parkway and South Abel Street, shown here, on Friday, Feb. 10. After a short chase police and other crash, this time with another vehicle at Able Street and Serra Way police arrested 30-year old Fremont resident Stuart Ison Baronngaue. Photo by Aliyah Mohammed An attorney representing a Fremont man accused of killing a Milpitas resident from India in an apartment complex parking garage in February filed a motion this week to potentially avert a scheduled murder trial.

Milpitas authorizes design of Lower Penitencia Creek bridge

The city plans to build a pedestrian bridge over Lower Penitencia Creek near McCandless Drive and new high-density housing developments. Here, a fenced area to the left, along the 1700 block of McCandless Drive, will be the site for the city's new park and Milpitas Unified School District's planned elementary school.

Sang Matiz plays in city's Summer Concert Series.

Latin funk band Sang Matiz played some hot tunes under a hot sun last week at Murphy Park during the third free city-sponsored Summer Concert Series. Accompanied by special guest musicians, the six-member Sang Matiz on July 18 played Afro-Latin funk and a mix of Afro Peruvian/Brazilian beats, with a touch of reggae, funk and cumbia.

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