After months of ongoing discussion, San Jose’s City Council has voted to remove the Christopher Columbus statue from City Hall.
San Jose may finally decide to remove a Christopher Columbus statue from City Hall, where it has been the target of repeated vandalism.
San Jose officials will discuss how to finance public amenities in its future urban villages, pockets of dense mixed-use development.
San Jose officials announced Wednesday that Christopher Columbus will likely spend one last holiday season at City Hall.
San Jose city leaders again rejected a proposal to link rent hikes to inflation, which advocates hoped would offer relief to cash-strapped tenants.
With housing costs growing far faster than wages, San Jose officials are considering whether to link rent control to the rate of inflation.
San Jose officials may create a vacant storefront registry to spur landlords to clean up or lease out blighted buildings in downtown.
Builders in San Jose now have to hire union workers and pay living wages on public projects worth $6 million or more.
San Jose will discuss an ordinance that would require gun owners to lock up their weapons while they’re away or risk getting fined.
Google’s planned move to San Jose has inspired intense debate about how the city should negotiate over future growth.