San Jose Housing Shortage: Liccardo Seeks $5M For Loans, Waiving ADU Fees San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo is proposing $5 million in subsidies and waived fees for homeowners who want to construct accessory dwelling units.
San Jose Mayor Faces Questions Over Wife's Property Near Google Land DealSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo did not disclose that he had a financial interest in a condominium in a complex on 3rd Street in downtown San Jose prior to some preliminary votes on a land deal with Google.
Emotions, Tears At Housing Roundtable With Gov. Newsom, Mayor LiccardoGovernor Gavin Newsom appeared to be emotionally touched Tuesday during a housing roundtable discussion in San Jose.
San Jose Mayor Liccardo Back At Work After New Year's Day Bike CrashSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo was back at work in City Hall on Monday after being seriously injured in a bike collision on New Year's Day.
San Jose Mayor Still Recovering From Bike Collision Last WeekSan Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo will miss the first City Council meeting of 2019 as he recovers from being struck by a vehicle while on his bicycle on New Year's Day.
SJ Mayor Liccardo: I Feel Very, Very Fortunate To Be WalkingThe mayor of San Jose smiled and expressed gratitude during his first media appearance since he collided with a car while riding his bicycle on New Year's Day.
Neighbors Helped SJ Mayor Liccardo After He Collided With SUV While Riding BikeSan Jose’s mayor Sam Liccardo is spending the night in the hospital after collided with an SUV while riding his bike.
San Jose Seeks Tighter Rules For Scooter Startups San Jose plans to work with electric scooter companies to address reports of injuries and impacted traffic caused by the mobile technology, the city reported Thursday.
San Jose Approves $650M Public Safety & Infrastructure BondThe largest bond measure in the city’s history gained the required margin to fund infrastructure and public safety services.
San Jose Volunteers Clean Up Homeless Camp Site on Coyote CreekOn Saturday, more than 150 volunteers picked up trash along the banks of Coyote Creek in San Jose in an area once known as "The Jungle," a sprawling, trash-strewn homeless encampment where hundreds lived in squalor.
San Jose Flips Switch On New Green Energy PlanThe city of San Jose is now getting on board with the global push for sustainable energy.