Many residents have been asking how they can safely volunteer during this time, and some have suggested a litter pick-up activity. This is a good way to #BeautifySJ with a physically distanced outdoor activity. Volunteers will meet at different street segments and work in groups of up to 10 people You MUST pre-register to be assigned a street segment to meet and volunteer and to maintain distance between groups. Volunteers will be provided with sanitized litter pick-up sticks
BVNA and the Trash Punx are teaming up to clean up the neighborhood. The Trash Punx is a volunteer-driven community organization that works throughout San Jose to help clean up the city. "Our community has been over-populated by a massive amount of trash caused by us. We (the Trash Punx) decided to do something about this by uniting our community together... and have fun while doing it!" On February 10th join neighbors and volunteers from throughout the area to help make a po
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In my State of the City address this past February, I spoke of our recent progress in bridging political divides to resolve pension reform battles, pass a countywide traffic relief and road repair measure, and raise the minimum wage regionally. I laid out ambitious plans to rebuild police staffing, eliminate financial barriers for struggling college students, and implement a Community Choice Energy program to help shift our electricity consumption to 100% green sources. And,
Mayor Sam Liccardo launched #BeautifySJ in his 2017 State of the City speech to rally residents to reclaim their public spaces and empower the community to aesthetically demonstrate their pride in our city. In addition to the many ways that residents can help the City beautify San José, City Hall will engage on a number of new policy decisions and opportunities in the coming months that will make San José more attractive: Helping CalTrans fill its vacancies with formerly jail