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San José, CA 95113

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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."


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Featured News & Initiatives


Bay Area Regional Transportation
CalSTA provides $20 million to extend BART down to San José
POSTED: AUG. 16, 2016

California's State Transportation Agency today awarded a $20 million grant to extend BART to San José's Diridon Station. This brings San José and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority one step closer to completing a "ring of rail" around the Bay Area that will help relieve traffic congestion for millions of Silicon Valley residents. Read the news release. 


SJ Works
San José Works wraps summer program 
POSTED: AUG. 5, 2016

San José finished the summer session of its public-private partnership, with more than 600 kids placed. Last year, more than 80 percent of all the young people received their first job. This year, more than 1,000 kids will utilize the program to build out their resumes. Hear from three of this year's participants.

   


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