A heat wave is upon us here in the Bay Area. A combination of strong winds, low relative humidity, and high temperatures can contribute to extreme fire behavior and create health hazards for residents.
The National Weather service has issued a Red Flag Warning for the North Bay Mountains and East Bay Hills, but the hot, dry weather will be throughout the region. For this reason the San Jose Fire Department is making the following recommendations: Avoid strenuous outdoor act
If you are interested in serving your community consider joining a board or commission to get involved! Boards and commissions offer the opportunity to provide input and suggestions on decisions that affect San Jose. City boards and commissions were established for the purpose of advising the City Council and providing ongoing input into policies and issues affecting the future of the San José community. All persons seeking membership on a board or commission must be San José
Join Mayor Liccardo and City Officials for a Community Budget Meeting. This will be an opportunity for residents to learn about the budget process and provide your feedback. #CityofSanJose #Budget #OperatingBudget #Event
You’re Invited! Building Permits & Home Safety Open House Thursday, May 17, 2018
San José City Hall Rotunda 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Get advice from experts on your home improvement projects! Come talk with our planning, building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, public works, and fire safety experts about your home remodeling or home business ideas. We’ll look at your plans if you have them, answer your questions, and offer tips to save you time and money, and to make your home sa
San José City Hall and other City offices will close on Friday, March 30 in observance of the César Chávez Day holiday. All City offices will reopen on Monday, April 2. The San José Police and Fire departments, along with other critical City services, will remain unaffected by the closure. #CityofSanJose #Holidays
Most people think it’s hard putting together their own personal budget but you don’t know difficult until you’ve tried doing it for the entirty of San Jose, the largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The city of San Jose has put together a new website where residents can try to balance the city’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year. .
On the website, you can see the city’s revenue streams (such as property and sales taxes) alongside what the city spends on things like
San Jose Parks & Rec department, in partnership with AARP, is offering free tax assistance to people over the age of 50 who make less than $54,000 annually. You can get assistance at local San Jose community centers before the April 17th tax filing deadline. Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese at most locations. All locations provide e-File. Volunteers are trained to prepare basic 2017 Forms 1040EZ, 1040A, 1040 with Schedule A, B, limited Schedule CEZ
Mayor Sam Liccardo delivered his fourth State of the City Address this evening, unveiling a vision for how San Joseans can tackle the great urban challenges of our day and continue the momentum built over the past three years to create a safer, stronger and more equitable city. “The state of our city is strong, and getting stronger; experiencing economic vitality as it never has before – yet the great paradox of our prosperity lies in our thousands of neighbors who struggle w