ARCHIVE OF MAYOR LICCARDO'S WRITING
To view a complete archive of Mayor Liccardo's first-person writing and opinion pieces, please visit his medium blog.
MAYOR LICCARDO PHOTO ARCHIVE
To access this archive of photos featuring Mayor Liccardo -- including updated headshots -- please visit this photostream on Flikr.
MAYOR LICCARDO VIDEO ARCHIVE
For a complete archive of Mayor Liccardo's videos of special events -- like the annual State of the City events -- please visit the Mayor's Youtube channel.
Welcome to Mayor Liccardo's Press Room. To get in touch with the Mayor's communications team:
- Jim Reed, Acting Public Information Officer and Communications Director
- Rachel Davis,Press Secretary
- Sierra Fatlowitz, Digital Media Manager
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Visit the newsroom to view a complete list of news from the Office of the Mayor.
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.
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