Community Projects & Initiatives

If you have wondered what's going on in Morgan Hill; here is the place to find out. From here you can explore the various projects to see what is happening today and what the future looks like for the City of Morgan Hill. Take the opportunity to become engaged! Help shape the direction of the City in which you live, work, or just play. 

Not all of these projects are City-led projects, but all will have some impact on the City:





  • Commercial and Residential Development
    Project status reports with summary information regarding current development in Morgan Hill

  • Community Based Transportation Plan
    The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) through funding from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, initiated a Community-Based Transportation Plan. VTA is conducting outreach for the plan in partnership with the City of Morgan Hill and the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce.

The California High Speed Rail Authority is the State Agency responsible for the planning, design, and construction of the California High Speed Rail system intended to connect the San Francisco Bay Area to Los Angeles, then eventually from Sacramento to San Diego.


  • Minimum Wage
    For employees and business in Morgan Hill there is no local ordinance for minimum wage. Minimum wage in Morgan Hill is based on the State of California minimum wage.

  • Pavement Rehabilitation Program
    The City's ongoing Pavement Rehabilitation Program is intended to address the City's pavement rehabilitation needs. Locations for maintenance are selected based on Pavement Management Program (PMP) data, resident feedback and field observations from Street Maintenance crews.

  • Proposition 64 & Cannabis Regulations
    California voters approved Proposition 64, which is the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), on November 8, 2016, allowing for the recreational possession, sale, and use of marijuana. 

  • Telecommunications
    A recent ruling by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires the City to identify Small Cell Design Standards for public right-of-way.