• COVID Pandemic Hit - all planned events are on pause

July 1

  • First-ever Yosemite Street Village Night Market


November 12

  • Fourth and final community meeting takes place at the Blackwater Cafe.

October 11

  • The neighborhood's first Art Walk brought over 600 people into the YSV's sidewalks. The street was transformed into an arts destination full of musicians, local talent by neighborhood artists, a flower shop soft opening, and a colorful umbrella alley unveiling at the Catalyst Art & Wellness Studio.

October 21

  • Comstock Magazine writes an article about the historic Yosemite Meat Market's new owner and the wave of revitalization in YSV.

October 31

  • First trick or Treat stroll on Yosemite Street brought an estimated 200 children between 4-5pm on October 31.

August 20

  • Assemblywoman Susan Talamantes Eggman and Senator Cathleen Galgiani recognized YSV.

August 6

  • Inaugural National Night Out Block Party was a smashing success with well over 600+ in attendance.

July 25

  • Yosemite Street from Magnolia to Poplar Street gets resurfaced, along with new stripping and stop legends.

July 6

  • Second mural complete and named "The Beacon" by Mike & Moises.

April 23

  • Adopt a Flowerbed Campaign on Yosemite Street is launched.

March 26

  • YSV Business Watch officially formed. Jimboy Rabanal is named Business Watch Capitan.

March 18

  • YSV's first mural is complete and named "The Village Wings" by Arvin Delacruz.

February 12

  • San Joaquin Board of Supervisors recognized YSV.

January 13

  • YSV's first-ever neighborhood clean up.
  • The Record Newspaper featured an article of the clean up.
  • Mayor of Stockton, Michael Tubbs recognized YSV.