Mayor Liccardo Proposes Slate of Local Energy Grid Resiliency Measures, Calls for City to Explore Forming Public Utility
10/11/2019 2:55 PM
This report provides a summary of the progress and accomplishments of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility (“Wastewater Facility”) for the period of August 2019.
Street and Utility In-Lieu Fees: Transparency and Coordination Can Improve the Administration of Fee Programs
Battle for the Bay Heats Up the Cleanup, as San José Mayor Sam Liccardo Issues Challenge to Oakland Mayor Schaff and San Francisco Mayor Breed
Procurement Cards: Clarification on Policies and Additional Oversight Can Improve the P-Card Program
09/11/2019 3:48 PM
San José Mayor’s Statement on the Trump Administration’s Rumored Push to “Crack Down” on California Homeless Encampments
Mayor Liccardo, Council Colleagues, and the City of San José Announce New Portal and Expedited Services to Transform San José into California’s Friendliest ADU City
San José Mayor Proposes Ordinance to Reduce Public Cost of Gun Violence, Fund Efforts to Combat Gun Violence
Mayor of America’s 10th largest city seeking a first-of-its-kind “harm reduction” model to combat gun violence, by mandating Gun Liability Insurance and exploring a gun violence fee.
Form 700s: Despite High Overall Filing Rates, the City Can Improve Timeliness and Completeness of Filings
San José Mayor Sam Liccardo’s Statement on the Victims of the Shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo today issued the following statement regarding AB 1054.
07/18/2019 2:35 PM
San José Mayor Sam Liccardo Condemns Scheduled ICE Activity: “We Reject This Administration’s Politics of Fear”
Mayor Liccardo Calls for End to PG&E’s Discretionary Control Over Power Blackouts and State Oversight to Mitigate Public Safety Risks
Mayor Liccardo Responds to President Trump Abandoning Efforts to Add Citizenship Question on 2020 Census
San José Mayor Sam Liccardo Responds to Supreme Court Ruling on Trump Administration’s 2020 Census Citizenship Question: “It Appears Too Soon to Celebrate”
San José Mayor Sam Liccardo’s Statement on Google’s Announced $1 Billion Bay Area Housing Investment