LEVI'S® STADIUM OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
STADIUM AUTHORITY WEBPAGE:
As part of our commitment to provide quick and easy access to information by the public, a new webpage has been created for the Santa Clara Stadium Authority at www.santaclaraca.gov/scsa. You can access information about the Stadium Authority Board, financial reports, links to leases and agreements and a link to MySantaClara where service requests, such as noise complaints, can be filed. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for enhancements to the page by emailing email@example.com or calling (408) 615-2212.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Santa Clara Police Department (SCPD), the 49ers Management Company and Valley Transportation Authority hosted five (5) community meetings for North side residents in the spring. A summary of the most frequently asked questions from these community meetings have been compiled into the Frequently Asked Questions below.
Additionally, the May 7, 2014, Stadium Community meeting was videotaped. It is available on the Santa Clara Police Department’s YouTube page.
For a complete list of scheduled events, log onto www.levisstadium.com
The City of Santa Clara Traffic Engineering Division offers multiple traffic cameras around Levi’s® Stadium.
Traffic cameras provide an opportunity for drivers to make travel decisions based on road conditions. Knowing if there is congestion, an incident blocking the roadway, road closures, extreme weather or other condition can help you decide to forego travel or detour the area, making for an easier commute and safer roadways.
SCPD will use the Nixle messaging system to notify residents about events and any related issues such as traffic congestion. You can sign up for this free service by visiting http://scpd.org/index.aspx?page=2619
Intersections along Lawrence Expressway are operated by Santa Clara County and live traffic camera feeds can be viewed at http://www.sccgov.org/sites/scc/Pages/SCC-Live-Traffic.aspx
Freeway traffic conditions and other useful trip planning tools can be found at www.511.org
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) provides transit services to Santa Clara County. Transit planning tools and real-time maps are available at www.vta.org
To report stadium operations issues (e.g. parking, traffic, noise, etc.), please contact the Code Enforcement Division of Community Development directly by calling (408) 615-2460.
Public safety and neighborhood protection concerns (e.g. vehicle blocking driveway, alcoholic beverages in city parks, etc.) should be addressed by calling the Santa Clara Police Department's non-emergency phone line at (408) 615-5580.
In the event of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Frequently Asked Questions