The City of San José and the greater Bay Area region have the unique opportunity to build an internationally prominent transportation center and to develop a superb destination within the area around the Diridon Station.  The City completed a community engagement effort in 2018 to gather input on the future of the Diridon Station Area.  This website documents that process and provides background info.

A comprehensive update of the website is underway to share information on the current focus of engagement efforts: the Diridon Integrated Station Concept Plan. It will also include information on next steps for the Diridon Station Area and Google development.


Project Updates

Google MOU/PSA now available

The memo on the proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and Purchase and Sale Agreements (PSAs) with Google is now available. The City Council will consider approval of these agreements at their December 4th meeting. Click here view the memo and agreements.

Diridon Station Area Civic Engagement Report 2018

The revised Diridon Station Area Civic Engagement Report (2018) has been completed and is now available for download and viewing! Many thanks to all who participated in the process. Click the link above to access the document or use the links below.

Click here to view a PDF of the report.
Click here to view the appendix.

Potential Google Project FAQ Posted

Frequently asked questions regarding the potential Google Project have been answered. Click to review the FAQs and answers.

Upcoming Events

There are currently no Upcoming Events for San Jose Diridon Station Area Community Engagement process. Please stay tuned.

Community News

The following is an update on Community Events that are being held outside of this engagement effort, related to the Diridon Station area.

SJSU Student Work: Prelim. Community Assessment of Diridon Station Area

Graduate students from San Jose State University’s Master of Urban Planning program have prepared a Preliminary Community Assessment of the Diridon Station Area for their class project this semester. Check out their work here.