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David Vossbrink
Director of Communications

Ph: (408) 535-8170
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News and Announcements
Flooded Homes/Buildings Are Now Clear for Reentry
The City’s inspection work is complete, and except for three red-tagged properties in William Street Park, ALL properties are cleared for reentry. Read the tags attached to the front door of all properties. Read on...
Flood Update - 3:30 p.m.
Over 1000+ volunteers working alongside flood victims and city crews have greatly helped to improve conditions in the flood-impacted neighborhoods. Read on...
Flood Update - 5:00 PM
The City of San Jose has made significant progress today on Reentry and Recovery operations. For those who remain under mandatory or advisory evacuation orders, we are working as quickly as we can to make it possible for residents to go home. Read on...