Below, please find a list of frequently asked questions received by the Mayor and his staff.
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To request the Mayor at your next event, please complete this form at least two weeks ahead of your event date (though the sooner you can complete it, the better). We cannot guarantee a response to your request if you do not meet this deadline.
To request a meeting, please complete this form. While we cannot guarantee a meeting due to the voluminous requests we receive, we do our best to accommodate as many requests as we can.
Mayor Liccardo‘s administration depends on the efforts of his diverse and experienced team. Please visit the City's career page to learn if the Mayor is hiring for full or part-time roles.
The Mayoral Internship Program seeks college students interested in gaining experience in public service, policy, and local government. Interns will be assigned to a team and work closely with other City Departments, coordinate efforts with Mayoral staff, monitor state, and federal developments, and attend both internal meetings at City Hall and external meetings with stakeholders.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org your application, along with a copy of your resume, cover letter, three writing samples, and a description of your availability. More information can be found on the Mayoral Internship Program page.
To request an interview, quote, or statement, find archived press releases, and access Mayor Liccardo’s photo and video archive, visit our press room.
Have video or photo evidence of an illegal dumper?
Please email email@example.com and one of our Environmental Services inspectors will potentially investigate.
There's trash on the freeway - where can I report?
Report instances of illegal dumping on freeways to CalTrans.
Do you need help with your trash haulers?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get help on all hauler related activities, including assistance with our free junk pickup program.
Where can I report blight in my neighborhood?
In 2017, Mayor Liccardo launched #BeautifySJ to help expand blight and litter abatement efforts. He also led the charge in launching San José 311, a free mobile app to report blight. To report blight in your neighborhood, download the San José 311 app free for iPhone and Android, or visit beautifysj.org. Want to go one step further? Learn more about how you can become a leader in your community.
Want to organize a cleanup in your neighborhood?
Please Email Annie Gambelin at email@example.com or call her at 408 975 7181 to coordinate services such as supplies and trash bag pickup after event completion.