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San José, CA 95113

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Office of Mayor Sam Liccardo
A Message from Sam: "We are San José"

"This is our moment to re-create San José’s future, to dream anew and stretch our imaginations around a new narrative, and a bold vision for our city – a future laden with opportunities for residents from every corner of our city.

We can provide a great civic gift to our children and grandchildren: a San José that establishes a new standard for public safety, environmental sustainability, civic innovation, and shared prosperity to which every other city will aspire.

We are San José -- and working together, we will create a San José that will be the model for the world."

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Featured News & Initiatives

SL lawsuit.PNG City of San Jose Files Lawsuit Against Trump Administration for DACA Rescission

Mayor Liccardo announced Thursday that the City of San Jose has filed a lawsuit against Donald J. Trump and the Trump Administration for its decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The lawsuit, which is being litigated on a pro bono basis by the firm of Cotchett, Pitre and McCarthu, LLP, calls for an injunction of the program's rescission, and a stop to any potential future deportation of DREAMers. Read the entire media release, and the transcript of the Mayor's announcement
Mayor Liccardo Announces #UnleashYourGeek Winner: Graffiti-Removing Drone

Mayor Liccardo announced the winners of San Jose's Unleash Your Geek contest, a city-wide competition that called on innovators to develop a tool to remove graffiti from communities. Congratulations to the winners, Christopher Farmer and Candace Marbury, who developed a drone that paints over graffiti in hard-to-reach areas, like freeway overpasses. They are now working with Caltrans to produce a model that can be mass-produced and distributed across the country. Read the entire press release

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