We are at a pivotal moment to tackle both the housing and climate crises together! Sunnyvale’s Moffett Park area presents the perfect opportunity to transform parking lots and office spaces into a rejuvenated, inclusive neighborhood. A place with homes people can afford. A place that leverages the area’s unappreciated baylands and marshes to create resilience to sea level rise and flooding.
This outing starts along a creek as we make our way to the VTA Light Rail Crossman Station. Along the way, we’ll check out renderings and posters that showcase Moffett Park’s full potential if designed to incorporate climate SMART—Sustainable, Mixed, Affordable, Resilient, Transit-Oriented—homes.
This is final outing of our Moffett Park series where we’re sharing our vision with you of a place that can offer solutions to the affordable housing crisis while fostering a climate-resilient future!
Round Trip Distance (approximate elevation gain)
This is an easy 1.4-mile walk on mostly level terrain.
The outing is free.
Address: 641 Baltic Way, Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Bring your own water and a light lunch or snack. Dress in layers and wear good walking shoes. If you have questions feel free to email Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org.