Schools concerned about speeding motorists on nearby streets can ask San Jose to lower the speed limit from 25 mph to 15 mph. But all but the first three will need to pay for the safety measure.
The San Jose City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday, November 15, to take advantage of a state law [...]
San Jose took a step toward bringing the Oakland A’s to the South Bay by approving the potential sale of land for a downtown ballpark to a private investment group.
The 10-1 vote, with Councilmember Pierluigi Oliverio in opposition, gives the Athletic Investment Group a two-year option to buy land along South Montgomery Street [...]
CommUniverCity San Jose’s fifth annual Day of Service was launched with recognition that law enforcement, the university and the community can successfully fight crime, remove blight and renew economic vitality in neighborhoods near the campus.
Tree planting in Delmas Park Neighborhood.
The recognition came with a $20,000 MetLife Foundation award given by the Local Initiatives [...]