About

Bike paths, walking trails, nearby shopping districts, and major commute corridors are all part of what make Garden Gate so beloved by its residents. Families with children also take advantage of the excellent area schools, with parents making time in their busy schedules to have an active involvement in their children’s education.

Garden Gate inhabitants enjoy frequenting Homestead Square, a shopping center with Safeway, Rite Aid, and Michaels, while Oaks Shopping Center, located in the southwestern part of the neighborhood, includes a discount movie theater, a dance studio, and several eateries. Along the west side of N. Stelling road lies the residential and community portion of this neighborhood, which includes Garden Gate Elementary, Quinlan Community Center, a sports center, a senior center, and beautiful Memorial Park.

With some of the best schools in the state, most Garden Gate residents understand the importance of education. The parents in this community take on a role in their children’s classrooms, whether by filing homework or monitoring the students’ work.

The residents of Garden Gate have formed a strong sense of community. There’s a level of comfort and safety that allows the inhabitants to stroll about the streets at all hours. This high-level of safety and assurance is due to the “Safe Routes to School Federal Grant,” which constructed new sidewalks and filed in gaps in existing sidewalks. The project also included new handicap ramps and an upgrade of existing ones.

A sense of community is strong in Garden Gate, where residents and visitors stroll around during all hours of the day. Importance is placed on the pedestrian experience in the vicinity of Garden Gate Elementary School as Cupertino City Council used a “Safe Routes to School Federal Grant” for constructing new sidewalks and filing in gaps in existing sidewalks. The project also included the construction of new handicap ramps and the upgrade of existing ones.

Most of the residences in Garden Gate feature well-built Ranch-style homes that have been gradually replaced by new construction. Regardless of old or new homes, most offer views of pleasant lawns, while shaded areas and the new sidewalks provide an optimal place to take a stroll.

  • Boundaries

    • Homestead Road on the north
    • North De Anza Boulevard on the east
    • Stevens Creek Boulevard on the south
    • Highway 85 on the west
  • Libraries

    • Cupertino Main Library- 21251 Stevens Creek Boulevard Cupertino, CA 95014
  • Parks

    • Cupertino Memorial Park- 10185 North Stelling Road Cupertino, CA 95014
  • Public Schools

    • Garden Gate Elementary School (K-5)- 10500 Ann Arbor Avenue Cupertino, CA 95014
    • Lawson Middle School (6-8)- 10401 Vista Drive Cupertino, CA 95014
    • Monta Vista High School (9-12)- 21840 McClellan Road Cupertino, CA 95014

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