San Jose Dramatically Increases Sweeps of Homeless Camps

San Jose cleared homeless people out of their illegal camps this year at more than 11 times the rate it had in 2013, according to a new report.

SJ Councilors Carrasco, Arenas Want to Speed Up Timeline for Slashing Car Impound Fees

Two of San Jose’s elected officials want the city to reduce its vehicle impound fees as soon as possible.

Audit: San Jose Should Slash Vehicle Impound, Towing Fees

A new audit coming before the City Council on Tuesday recommends slashing car impound fees and subsidizing rates for low-income drivers.

San Jose Weighs Resolution Condemning President Trump’s Family Separation Policy

San Jose will consider a resolution Tuesday denouncing the Trump administration’s separation of families at the U.S. border.

San Jose May Place Police Activities League Under New Management After Critical Audit

An audit exposing mismanagement at San Jose’s Police Activities League has officials debating whether to bring it under the city’s control.

San Jose City Council Weighs Measures on Salary-Setting, Construction Bids, $950M Bond

San Jose officials are debating a few measures to bring to voters this fall, including a bond measure and some charter amendments.

Auditor Recommendations Could Save San Jose $11.6 Million

A new report shows just how many millions of dollars San Jose could save if it implemented open recommendations from the city auditor.

Taking Aim at Blight, San Jose City Council Considers Creation of Empty Storefront Registry

San Jose officials may create a vacant storefront registry to spur landlords to clean up or lease out blighted buildings in downtown.

High-Speed Rail Delay More than Triples Planned Cost to San Jose

San Jose has to amend its contract with the California High Speed Rail Authority to reflect delayed construction deadlines for the bullet train.