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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

City audit details police staffing challenges
POSTED: OCT. 5, 2016

San José's Police Chief unveiled the steep decline in police staffing over the past several years during an Oct. 4 auditor report on the police department. The City continues to pursue more permanent strategies to enhance officer recruitment and retention, including implementation of the pension reform settlement reached late last year. More information on the SJPD staffing situation is available via: the presentation Police Chief Eddie Garcia gave to the City Council; Mayor Liccardo’s recent blog post on safety in San José; and a series of slides created by Mayor Liccardo to describe the current problem. The City of San José has also created a webpage with impartial factual information on Measure F, which would implement the pension agreement between the City and its police officers, firefighters and other employees. 


San José passes Welcoming San José plan
POSTED: OCT. 19, 2016

The City of San José completed an 8-month process to develop a three-year immigrant integration plan, intended to build upon the powerful strengths and contributions of the immigrant community and to connect the immigrant community, the receiving community, community partners, and local government. Read the complete plan.


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