Yoga Spring Studio 61 Serra Way, Milpitas, CA95035 Yoga Spring Studio is a fitness studio that offers yoga training classes. This center features two solar-powered studio…More areas, showers, changing rooms and a healthy snack bar.
My Little Cabin Day Care 1485 Olympic Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 At My Little Cabin, children are encouraged to learn and play. While not officially certified in the Montessori…More method, teachers here are enthusiastic about combining Montessori-style lessons with standard pre-school lessons to expand young minds. The love and attention showered upon little ones is evident as it is typical to see even the tiniest students shadow the beloved staff.
Crème de la Crème Events 271 Carnegie Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 Crème de la Crème Events is a party planning service. It coordinates weddings, baby showers, graduations,…More anniversaries, holiday and corporate parties, birthdays and other events. It aims to oversee all aspects of an event to ensure that the guests have an enjoyable and memorable time.
Better Plumbing 628 Berryessa St, Milpitas, CA95035 Better Plumbing is a state-licensed residential plumbing service serving Santa Clara county. Better Plumbing repairs…More and replaces water heaters, toilets, faucets, sinks, tubs, showers, disposals, water/gas/sewer lines, valves, pipes and more. Call the number provided to get an estimate.
Fitness 19 1350 S Park Victoria Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 Fitness 19 is the product of a simple concept: an affordable and family-friendly, state-of-the-art fitness club.…More The gym, inside the Lucky's shopping center, provides a room just for kids in addition to lockers, restrooms and showers. Trainers are available to help customers develop a work-out program to address individual fitness goals. Fitness 19 offers membership at affordable rates and easy month-to-month payment plans. In some cases, family enrollment can cost less than a single membership at other gyms.
Wonderland Daycare provides a safe and fun environment in which young children can play and learn while their parents…More are at work. With one care provider for every three children, Wonderland provides undivided attention for infants, while toddlers and pre-schoolers are showered with TLC as they work on their handwriting, vocabulary and counting. Located just across from the main Milpitas Library, Wonderland Daycare shares a common parking lot and entry way with St. James Orthodox Church.
Bed Bath & Beyond 147 Great Mall Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 The go-to place for home essentials, Bed Bath & Beyond is a warehouse wonderland of sheet sets, shower curtains and…More small appliances. But don't wait for someone else's wedding registry to check out the store; treat yourself to an Oxo pizza cutter, Yankee candle or DKNY duvet cover. The front of the store promises a rotating selection of fun, seasonal items as well.
Against the backdrop of the Calaveras hills, the Pioneer Mobile Home Park resembles a summer resort for retirees.…More Here, every resident is 55 years or older and pets are allowed. The clubhouse, open from 9am to 9pm, has a TV, Bingo tables, reading room, fireplace, and best of all, a pool with shower facilities. Grandchildren are allowed to visit and use the pool until 2pm, then the seniors take over.
Pioneer is a quiet residence consisting of 180 mobile homes and maintained by residents who work here as management staff. Security personnel are not needed as there is an active Neighborhood Watch.
Pioneer doubles as a precinct voting location. The Alameda County Library Bookmobile stops here to distribute books.
The San José/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant is the largest advanced wastewater treatment…More facility on the West Coast. The Plant protects our health, Bay and economy by cleaning the wastewater from more than 1.4 million residents and 17,000 main business sewer connections in eight South Bay cities — San José, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Cupertino, Campbell, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno and Saratoga.
Water used in showers, sinks and toilets travels to the Plant through the sanitary sewer system, which is a large underground network of pipelines. The Plant uses three stages of treatment: physical, which uses gravity to settle out solids from wastewater; biological, which uses bacteria to eat trace organics in the wastewater; and chemical, which douses the wastewater with chlorine and then removes the chlorine, which could be harmful to fish.
The Plant treats 110 million gallons of wastewater per day, with the capacity to treat 167 million gallons per day. About 90 percent of this cleaned wastewater is discharged into the southern San Francisco Bay; 10 percent is further cleaned by South Bay Water Recycling for use as recycled water in irrigation, industrial processes and toilet plumbing for large buildings.
The Plant is located in north San José between the Bay and Highway 237, with the Alviso community on the west and the City of Milpitas on the east. The cities of San José and Santa Clara co-own the Plant and San José operates and manages it.
The Plant was built in 1956 and has since been named National Plant of the Year for operational excellence by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It won a Green California Leadership Award for its leadership in energy innovations and was included on the EPA's top-ten listing of private and public entities that produce and use alternative energy on site. The Plant meets two-thirds of its energy needs with biogas (methane) produced in on-site digester tanks and from the adjacent landfill, with a goal of becoming energy self-sufficient.