Click to Home
Go To Search
Office of Mayor Sam Liccardo
CommunityBusinessVisitorsGovernmentEnvironment
San Jose Home
Contact Us
Office of Mayor Sam Liccardo 

Address: 
200 East Santa Clara Street
18th Floor
San José, CA 95113

Phone:
(408) 535-4800 

Email:
mayoremail@sanjoseca.gov

Staff Contact Info:
View Staff Directory

Request Forms:
Request a Meeting
Request an Event Appearance


Stay Connected:

Facebook icon   Follow on Twitter   Instagram


Sign-Up for:

NotifyMeModuleIconLarge.png Email/Text Notifications

SocialMedia_Email.png E-newsletter & Updates

Office of Mayor Sam Liccardo

A Message from Sam: "We are San José"

"This is our moment to re-create San José’s future, to dream anew and stretch our imaginations around a new narrative, and a bold vision for our city – a future laden with opportunities for residents from every corner of our city.

We can provide a great civic gift to our children and grandchildren: a San José that establishes a new standard for public safety, environmental sustainability, civic innovation, and shared prosperity to which every other city will aspire.

We are San José -- and working together, we will create a San José that will be the model for the world."


Sam Liccardo signature
Sam with a local family

Follow Sam on:
  Facebook icon   Follow on Twitter   Instagram 


Featured News & Initiatives


State of the City
Mayor Liccardo writes in response to election, immigrant concerns
POSTED: NOV. 15, 2016

Following the election, Mayor Liccardo thanked the city's residents for coming together to approve many important ballot measures for the city's ability to restore and provide services. He also wrote the following for concerned members of the city's community: Recent events have left many thousands of our San José residents — about forty percent of whom were born in a foreign country — in fear. Some of our neighbors, friends, and family fear changes in immigration rules or enforcement that could separate their families. Others voice concerns about proposed federal “registries” of community members of the Muslim faith. Read the entire article.




City Hall

San José City Council approves $15/hour minimum wage
POSTED: NOV. 16, 2016

San José's City Council approved a three-part increase in the city's minimum wage, culminating in a final rate of $15 per hour by 2019. Yesterday's vote capped an effort launched by Mayor Liccardo in September 2015 to forge a regional approach to raising the minimum wage throughout Silicon Valley. Since then, Mayor Liccardo has convened a coalition of mayors from throughout Silicon Valley, as well as representatives the Cities Association of Santa Clara County, to commission an economic analysis studying the impacts of a potential wage increase and to develop a common proposal that each elected leader could bring back to their city councils. Read the news release.

   


Learn More: Visit our Newsroom for recent News Flash Alerts, Press Releases and Newsletters. Additional information is available on our Initiatives webpage


 Get Involved, San José!
 All the way home
 We Are San Jose
State of the City 
Fallen Public Safety