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: City Council Candidate Speed Dating :
May 11, 2022
An intimate conversation with future city council members, there will be brief introductions, then break out groups to meet with the candidates. This is an opportunity to educate current and future civic leaders about your priorities as creatives, advocates, and residents of our great city.
: Mayoral Candidate Speed Dating :
May 2, 2022
An intimate conversation with the future mayor, there will be brief introductions, then break out groups to meet with the candidates. This is an opportunity to educate current and future civic leaders about your priorities as creatives, advocates, and residents of our great city.
: Meet Your City Council : Sergio Jimenez - District 2
August 12, 2021
District 2 City Councilmember Sergio Jimenez was raised in East San José by his single mother, who was his biggest inspiration. She instilled in him the values of hard work, resiliency, and a passion for helping others. Prior to being elected, Sergio worked in the justice system an Investigator for the Santa Clara County Public...
: Meet Your City Council - Raul Peralez (D3) : Join us for an interactive forum with the Downtown San José Councilmember!
April 29, 2021
Raul Peralez is a lifelong resident of San José and is currently serving as the Councilmember for District 3, which encompasses the city’s Downtown core and surrounding neighborhoods. Raul left his career with the San José Police Department after eight years, becoming the first active duty officer in the history of San José to be...
: Holding the Moment Virtual Forum :
January 21, 2021
As part of our mission to educate, advocate, and act to support arts and culture, San José Arts Advocates are hosting a Virtual Forum on Thursday, January 21, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm to discuss the public art process in the City of San José and recent events related to the Holding the Moment exhibit. We...
: Community Visioning Workshop on Diridon Area : for Artists & Creatives
November 21, 2020
With BART train service and Google coming to the neighborhood around Diridon Station, this area west of downtown San José is expected to change a lot in the next decade. These changes will affect all residents of San José. What would you like to see in this area? Let’s tell the City of San José...