Though one of Cupertino’s newest neighborhoods, with developments rising as recently as 1999 to 2002, Oak Valley is also one of the most rural. Aptly named “Heaven on Earth,” stunning views of Rancho San Antonio County Park, along with gorgeously kept landscaping provide a scenic, almost idyllic feel to Oak Valley. The little weekday traffic this neighborhood sees encourages the quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Though it feels removed from the bustle of urban life, Oak Valley still boasts close proximity to shopping centers, schools, and local businesses, giving the neighborhood that highly-desired sense of a small town community, with residents occasionally coming together for fun gatherings and events.

  • Boundaries

    • Interstate 280 on the north
    • Foothill Boulevard on the east
    • Stevens Creek Boulevard on the south
    • Black Oak Way on the west
  • Libraries

    • Cupertino Main Library- 10800 Torre Avenue Cupertino, CA 95014
  • Parks

    • Rancho San Antonio County Park- 22500 Cristo Rey Drive Los Altos, CA 95014
  • Public Schools

    • Stevens Creek Elementary School (K-5)- 10300 Ainsworth Drive Cupertino, CA 95014
    • Kennedy Middle School (6-8)- 821 Bubb Road Cupertino, CA 95014
    • Monta Vista High School (9-12)- 21840 McClellan Road Cupertino, CA 95014