The Evergreen area of San Jose, California, is a large district of Southeast San Jose, bounded by Tully Road to the north, US 101 to the west, San Felipe Road to the south and the East Foothills neighborhood on the eastern edge. The Zip Codes are: 95148, 95121, 95138, and 95135.
Evergreen was the site of gliding experiments in 1911 by John J. Montgomery, an important figure in pioneering aeronautics. In his honor the local community has established John J. Montgomery Elementary School, Montgomery Hill (County) Park, and Montgomery Park (City of San Jose). His last glider, named "The Evergreen" for the region, was restored by the Smithsonian and is currently on display at the San Diego Air and Space Museum in San Diego, California.
Silver Creek Valley is a region located in southeast San Jose, California near the southern end of the city's Evergreen neighborhood.
The neighborhood is bordered on the east by the Diablo Range foothills and is separated from the Edenvale and Blossom Valley neighborhoods by a small series of hills to the west. It is home to the gated Silver Creek Valley Country Club, the Ranch on Silver Creek, and mostly consists of upper-middle-class residences.
The main zip code is 95138, and the region is served by Silver Creek High School, Chaboya Middle School, and Silver Oak Elementary School.