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Posted on: March 16, 2016

Open Data San José (BETA)

The City's Open Data website is in the BETA phase, giving users access to a number of data sets that are now available online. Visit Open Data San José often as more features are added in the coming months.

These city data sets range from unemployment rates to average daily traffic.

The Open Data website is broken down into eight sections: Explore San José, Living in the City, Neighborhood Services, Getting Around, Public Safety, Make It Work/Utilities & Infrastructure, Permits and Development Services, and Transparency and Accountability. There are other sections available that are called Open Budget, Open GIS, and For DevelopersRead on...

Visit Open Data San José website...
Posted on: February 10, 2016

Employee Compensation for 2015

In line with our commitment to open and transparent government, the City of San José is providing the latest compensation information available for all employees on the City website. The salary and benefit information is from 2015, the latest year availab...Read on...

View 2015 Employee Salary Database.
Posted on: November 3, 2015

Financial Transparency Portal

In an effort to enhance transparency in financial reporting, the City of San José is offering an interactive reporting tool that allows the public to explore the City's financial data online.

The Financial Transparency Portal provides two reports with different data. The first report compares actual performance to the budget, while the second report allows users to drill down actual financial data at a more detailed level. At this time, the site provides only raw financial data for users to explore.

Try it out and let us know what you think by emailing BudgetOffice@sanjoseca.govRead on...

Explore City's financial data.
Posted on: September 22, 2015

Curbside recycling: what's recyclable?

Four companies help the City of San José to collect your garbage, recycling, and yard trimmings.

When using curbside recycling, remember to: empty and scrape all containers, flatten cartons and boxes, placing them inside your cart, and secure shredded paper and textiles inside a clear plastic bag.

Remember the following items MUST go in your garbage cart, NOT in your recycling cart: food, diapers and polystyrene foam. For more information, visit Curbside Recycling onlineRead on...

What to Recycle in San José
Posted on: August 31, 2015

Apartment Rent Ordinance Update

On June 16, 2015, the San José City Council accepted staff 's report on potential modifications to the Rental Rights and Referrals Program and the Rental Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Ordinance and referred the item to the June 23, 2015 Ordinance Prio...Read on...

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