The City of Morgan Hill hosts a range of public community events throughout the year to showcase some of the great aspects of living and working in Morgan Hill. Events may be singular or short-term, while others span a season or happen annually.
Please note, periodically events may include street closures.
- December 16 - Magical Bridge Playground's "Magical Holiday" event starts at 3 p.m., Event Info.
For information on events organized by non-City Government organizations, check out Visit Morgan Hill.
The City's Weekly 411 is also a good resource for what's happening within City Government and the community.
Events by Division
Recreation - Magical Bridge Playground
Find out more about supporting the playground and being a part of its success, either with a donation, volunteering, or participating in an event as a performer or community support organization. What's coming up:
The City's Economic Development team hosts multiple popular events highlighting Downtown and the local business community. Info about upcoming events coming soon. To find out more about the City's Economic Development team, visit Choose Morgan Hill.
Bicycling and Walking
Bicycling can be a fun, dependable, and virtually free mode of transportation. Once you discover the freedom, convenience, and fitness benefits of biking to any destination, you’ll wonder why you didn’t start riding sooner. There are annual and seasonal events and activities for enthusiasts to take advantage of. Check out the Bicycling and Walking page for more info. As events are planned, they'll be added here, too.
- Stay tuned for the upcoming events
The City has three advisory commissions appointed by the City Council, and they periodically host community events. City commissions are the Library, Culture, and Arts Commission; Parks and Recreation; and the Planning Commission.
Commission events coming up include:
- Art a la Carte, Spring 2024
Centennial Recreation Senior Center's Lifelong Learning Series
Once a month, the community is invited to various informative lectures on topics as diverse as international policy and planting small gardens. Sessions are on the third Wednesday of most months.
- Check out the CRC calendar for monthly events; or, contact the Senior Center for more information about the Learning Series or other programs available.
At other points in the year, other divisions within the City government host events that may be of interest. In the meantime, you can keep up with general information on a few of the City's social media pages:
- Housing Division
- Environmental Services Division
- City's many social media accounts managed by various departments throughout the City Government team
The City's website calendar includes all City Government events, activities, and community events.