Government and Related Services
Below you will find information on Cupertino Schools, the Library, Post Office, Sheriff's and Fire Divisions, and material for new residents. For details on Garbage and Recycling services, check out the Environmental Services Division section. Visit Parks and Recreation section of the site for details about our parks and recreation services.
Welcome to Cupertino! Below you'll find valuable resources and links for people new to our city.
New Resident Welcome Packet:
City Manager's Welcome Letter
Cupertino Quick Reference Guide
4 Reasons to Get to Know Your Neighbor
Visit Newcomer's Club website or contact them at 408.774.1519
Cupertino-West Valley Welcome Club, 408.257.6136 / 408.252.1529
The Cupertino Union School District serves more than 14,000 students in a 26-square mile area that includes the City of Cupertino. There are nineteen elementary schools and four seventh and eighth grade middle schools within the district.
Cupertino Union School District
Cupertino's high schools are administered by the Fremont Union High School District, and include the schools listed below. Our schools set themselves apart in quality, proven by the educational achievements of the students, and recognized worldwide for their programs and excellence.
Fremont Union High School District
Cupertino High School
Fremont High School
Homestead High School
Lynbrook High School
Homestead High School
Monta Vista High School
Cupertino is honored to host De Anza College, a 112-acre community college with average fall enrollment of approximately 26,000 students. De Anza offers a variety of day, night and weekend classes in nearly 100 fields of study. De Anza is also ranked among the top three community colleges in the United States for the number of Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degrees awarded.
De Anza College
Adult and Community Education
Sunnyvale-Cupertino Adult and Community Education (ACE), 408.522.2700
Foothill and De Anza Colleges IMPACT Community Education Short Courses
University of Phoenix, San Jose Learning Center
The Cupertino Library is operated by the Santa Clara County Library System. The library is located at 10800 Torre Avenue, across the plaza from City Hall. The Library is open on Mondays and Tuesdays from 1 to 9 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sundays from 12 to 6 p.m. The Library’s telephone number is 408.446.1677. For additional information, please visit the Library’s web site:
Santa Clara County Library
The United State Postal Service has a post office branch located at 21701 Stevens Creek Blvd in Cupertino. If you'd like more information, they may be contacted at 408.252.6795.
United State Post Office
Public safety services are provided through the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office. The Santa Clara County Sheriff's West Valley Division provides Law Enforcement services to the residents of Cupertino.
Santa Clara Co. Sheriff
West Valley Division
Fire safety and protection is provided by the Santa Clara County Fire Division. The City also conducts emergency preparedness classes for the residents and businesses in Cupertino through its relationship with Central Fire. For information, contact, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, 408.777.3335.
Santa Clara County Fire Division
Additional Relevant Links
Santa Clara Registrar of Voters, 408.321.2300
San Jose Mercury News, 408.321.5000
Cupertino Courier, 408.255.8033
Project Sentinel, Tenant/Landlord Issues, 408.720.9888