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Dev Davis
Councilmember for San Jose City Council District 6. Data nerd. Dog lover. Wife. Mother (2 kids, 2 dogs).
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Dev Davis May 24
Join your neighbors to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride in San Jose! The Rainbow Pride Flag and Transgender Pride Flag will be raised on Tuesday, June 4th at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.
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Dev Davis May 23
Come talk with permit, plan review, and inspection experts. Bring your ideas or plans. Find out if you live in a flood zone, and pick up emergency preparedness information. The event is Thursday, May 30th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at San José City Hall. See flyer for details.
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Dev Davis May 22
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. If you have any questions, please contact the Project Hotline at 650.399.9659 or email calmod@caltrain.com.
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Dev Davis May 22
Caltrain construction will require the temporary closure of Auzerais Ave and West Virginia St railroad crossings. The temporarily closure to vehicle and pedestrian traffic will be from 5/23 at 8PM - 5/24 at 6 AM. Emergency First Responders will have access. Learn more here:
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Dev Davis May 22
Another day in the life of a San Jose City Councilmember
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Maya Esparza May 21
With the mujeres on the Council advocating for referral by & for $5M to address the increase in gender violence and sexual assault. We look forward to partnering with the County on this in the future!
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Pam Foley May 21
Today my fellow San José councilwomen and I attended the Board of Supervisors Meeting and proudly advocated for funding programs that assist survivors of sexual assault.
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Dev Davis May 17
A celebration of Better Bikeways San Jose and a kickoff of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) will be on Monday, May 20th at 10:00 a.m. at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library.
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Eddie Garcia May 16
Great case by our Burglary Prevention Unit on a felon wanted for Burglary. When located, this was found in the car. See if you spot it. Burglars are so often referred to as, “Non-violent” by some, but I doubt this guy was on his way to his local range for target practice.
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San José Planning, Building & Code Enforcement May 15
May is Building Safety Month, proclaimed by at last night’s City Council mtg! Join us @ Building Permits & Home Safety Open House - 5/30, 6-8 pm @ SJ City Hall. Presentations - ADUs @ 6:30 pm & Energy-Saving Home Improvements @ 7:15 pm. Flyer:
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Dev Davis May 14
Join me at the Bascom Community Center this Thursday to learn more about the city’s budget process.
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Eddie Garcia May 9
Front row seat for more amazing police work! And I cannot emphasize the importance of home surveillance cameras. San Jose police bust alleged robbery, carjacking ring via
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DowntownCollegePrep May 10
Last night was the reception! Our student Paulo’s art is now feat. in downtown San José. A huge shout out to our sponsor . So proud that one of DCP El Primero High School's very own Lobos is a part of beautifying our city.
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Dev Davis May 10
The Friends of the Bascom Branch Library book sale is tomorrow morning! All proceeds support programs at the Bascom Branch Library.
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Dev Davis May 9
Check out my May newsletter here:
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Dev Davis May 9
A new neighborhood association has been established for the Midtown area of District 6: Midtown Connections. Learn about important safety topics from the San Jose Police Department, San Jose Fire Department and other agencies at the Safety Fair this Saturday!
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Eddie Garcia May 8
Amazing work from a hard working patrol officer. Follow up after an assault arrest and obtained a search warrant. He worked with MERGE and...bam! 20 lbs of methamphetamine, $55k, AK-47 and a handgun. The kid is goin places! (by kid I mean the officer, the crook going to jail).
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Dev Davis May 8
San Jose Neighbor Night is this Friday at 6:00!
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Dev Davis May 3
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If you're interested in learning more or supporting the scholarship foundation, visit:
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Dev Davis May 3
This morning the REACH Youth Scholarship foundation recognized high school seniors who have overcome adversity to excel in academics and sports. It's incredibly inspiring to hear the stories of these young men & women who have overcome and accomplished so much at a very young age
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