Instead of sitting around drinking coffee, I've decided to make our time together one of action along with information sharing. Let's pick up trash while we talk! Our first session of "Trash Talk" will take place Friday, October 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Meet at the new 7-Eleven on the corner of Bascom Avenue and Stevens Creek Blvd. 2230 Stevens Creek Blvd. 7-eleven will provide free coffee and bakery items for all volunteers. Residents of District 6 are invited to jo
A gorgeous classic opens our summer season! Step into a pop-up book of fairytale romance as you journey into the forest of Arden. Staying true to period, this FREE Shakespeare in the park will celebrate the classical side of SVS. Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Cynthia Lagodzinski For more information visit: https://www.svshakespeare.org/our-season/current-season/asyoulikeit2018/ #ShakespeareinthePark #Events #D6Office
District 6 Councilmember Dev Davis will be holding the 2018 State of the District Address Saturday, March 3, 2018. City Departments including Parks, Police and the Department of Transportation will review 2017 accomplishments as well as their plans for 2018 in District 6. The event will be held at: Lincoln High School Gymnasium 555 Dana Ave.
San Jose, CA 95126 If you are interested in attending, register online at: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oe
BVNA encourages the entire community to take this oppertunity to ask questions and express your personal concerns, directly with our District 6 Councilwoman and other City officials regarding public and traffic safety including but not limited to: Property crimes Gang intervention/activity Traffic/Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety Neighborhood watch programs Police/Fire/Medical response times Preventative Policing Public Safety Town Hall Meeting When: Thursday, January 18, 2018, 6:30
Working with our City staff, we recently updated our City Council priorities list. This is a semi-annual process in which the City Council clarifies the policy initiatives that City staff should develop over the next 6 to 12 months. This process is completed in two steps. First, the Council votes on all the nominated ideas and is allowed 1 vote per item. My allotted 6 votes went to the following items: Ban gasoline-powered leaf blowers Private property graff
Some District 6 residents are upset that the latest caucus to determine who sits on a two-member Neighborhoods Commission selected a couple of people from Willow Glen–again. They say the caucus process is skewed toward the politically influential Willow Glen neighborhood and its cast of active neighborhood associations. And San Jose Councilman Pierluigi Oliverio agrees, saying more geographic diversity is needed on the commission. In San Jose, all 10 council districts have a