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Morgan Hill Responsible Growth Coalition

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Trammell Crow, one of the world’s largest commercial real estate firms, purchased land at the gateway of  Morgan Hill to build a massive 1.1 million square foot distribution center next to homes, DePaul Health Center, Westmont Senior Living Community and just steps away from Live Oak High School. This project, filed in early 2019 with the city as the Morgan Hill Technology Park, appeared deceptive at the onset given the site design: 192 loading docks, 300 parking spaces for big rig trucks, and relatively few spaces for standard vehicles, not what you'd expect for a tech campus here in the valley. What's going on with this project?

What's New

MHRGC Summary

We offer a one-page flyer
with a summary of
distribution center issues.

Email Updates

We send updates out to subscribers 1-2 times per month but only if we have a call for action or news to share. No spam! No selling your email information!

New Updates

How did a 500,000 SF distribution center get approval without an environmental impact review or public input? We've learned a lot more details...

What our Community is Saying

"When is this crazy out of control building going to stop? When we have no land left in Morgan Hill to to build on?"

"I'm worried about my son's health with all those truck fumes, he already has asthma now."


Residents are talking...

"With all those extra trucks at the Cochrane exit, it will take forever to get to Target"

"Paved Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot"

"My friends and I like to run along Cochrane to Anderson Park. We are going to lose the beauty of that area forever."

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