Come Election Day, San Jose voters will vote on four citywide measures. Here’s a look at what local voters will see on their Nov. 6 ballots.
The city of a million residents has quite a long ways to go to reach its goal of building 10,000 new affordable homes by 2022.
Hope Village, a homeless camp that moved onto state land without permission, has been adopted as a pilot program by Santa Clara County.
This is an opportunity for the county to save a viable building from demolition and to provide much-needed housing for the homeless.
Councilman Don Rocha stunned allies and adversaries alike when he skipped a vote Tuesday on a proposal to study commercial impact fees.
Local leaders found a place to relocate Hope Village, an un-permitted homeless camp created by activists and advocates for the un-housed.
San Jose will consider a resolution Tuesday denouncing the Trump administration’s separation of families at the U.S. border.
Hope Village was meant as an emergency shelter for for homeless people, but police are shutting it down just two days after it opened.
The county will consider setting aside 5 percent of a homeless housing bond for developmentally disabled people who are already housed.
A group of City Council members hope to revive a discussion about commercial linkage fees to fund new affordable housing.