Disaster Loans and Grants
Disaster loans with very favorable
terms are available to help qualifying renters, homeowners, and businesses
affected by the February 2017 Coyote Creek Flood. Learn more at www.sanjoseca.gov/FloodRecoveryLoans.
Expedited Building Permits
Visit the Assistance Desk in the Permit Center, first floor of City Hall, for help with building permits that are needed for flood-damaged properties. The city has waived permit fees for construction work associated with flood recovery.
City Hall, 200 E. Santa Clara St., San José
8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday
If driving, park under the City Hall Tower on 6th Street and bring the parking stub to the first floor for validation.
Disposal of Demolition and
Recovery from flood damage may require demolition and construction on your property. Please see the list of companies that are licensed by the City of San José to provide construction and demolition (including dirt/mud) debris bins and boxes. Learn more on the Disposal of Flood-Related Debris page.
Flood recovery cleanups are largely completed. Volunteers who wish to continue helping with community projects and needs will now find opportunities at the City’s regular volunteer calendar and web page at https://www.sanjoseca.gov/calendar.aspx?CID=32. Thank you to our thousands of volunteers who tremendously assisted with the flood recovery efforts!
Map of Impacted
Live Incident Map - Updated 10:30 a.m. 3/07/2017
Flood Recovery Services and Resources
For more details and resources in English, Spanish and Vietnamese, please go to www.sanjoseca.gov/FloodRecoveryHandouts.
Latest Coyote Creek News & Announcements
Stay up to date on the latest news about Coyote Creek flood recovery or preparations for the next wet winter. To subscribe, visit go to www.sanjoseca.gov/NotifyMe and select “2017 Coyote Creek Flood Recovery” bulletin under News Flash.