Take our survey for a chance to win! Hey #SanJose residents! Help us fill out this #RecycleRight survey for a chance to win a San Jose hat and other prizes. Your participation is essential to improving the City of San José’s residential garbage and recycling program and helps us better serve our residents. Your responses will help to develop strategies that will help San José meet its Zero Waste Goal by 2022. The survey should take around 10-12 minutes to complete: bit.ly/RR-
Neighborhood leaders from throughout San Jose will have the opportunity to receive an update on the City’s 2018-2019 Operating Budget and also participate in a budget balancing exercise. Participation is based on a first come basis and is limited to the first 150 pre-registered neighborhood leaders. Light refreshments will be served. To register, please visit: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ef30o8k59ac765fa&oseq=&c=&ch #SanJose #2018BudgetTo
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
Two years ago, the city of San Jose got serious about the problem of illegal dumping by offering free trash pickups, easing the complaint process and imposing stiff fines on violators. The result: 2,443 mattresses, 2,250 tons of debris, 1,900 shopping carts and more than 500 gallons of human waste. And yet the streets are still dirty. Tenley Corpus lives near San Jose’s Martial Cottle Park and loves walking its trails. Lately, though, her walks have been spoiled by an eyesore
Join Mayor Liccardo as he presents his State of the City Address. Seats are still available for this year’s State of the City Celebration – but they are going quickly. Please register online to reserve your spot at the free event, and hear Mayor Liccardo outline key initiatives, budget priorities, and opportunities for residents to help make San José a safer, smarter city. Register online at: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07eeubrnue0bf20ab1&llr=
Do you have large items such as mattresses, sofas, refrigerators, or tires, cluttering up your home or garage?
San José residents with garbage cart service (single-family homes, most townhomes and mobile homes) can schedule appointments to have their junk picked up at the curb. Schedule a pickup by calling your recycling collection company.
San José residents with garbage dumpster service (apartments, most condominiums) should contact their property manager or recycling