Perhaps Koelreuteria, either can have similar looking foliage.
Reader suggests Rhus typhina as well. I agree, we don't see them here but in colder climates for sure. Rhus typhina has very hairy stems and more deeply dissected leaf margins. Attractive plant in the fall. Thanks for the feedback.
Soquel Dr at Capitola Rd
Some on Chestnut heading up the hill toward Mission, no address, just in the wild area there.
121 Carey Rd. (corner of Carey and GreenValley Rd)