Saturday, August 19, 2017

Prevent and report illegal dumping


Neighbors have been noticing extra litter and illegal dumping in North Willow Glen recently. Dumping trash and debris attracts more dumping, and preventing illegal dumping is a powerful way to keep our neighborhood looking beautiful.

One of the easiest ways to report illegal dumping is to use the My San Jose app. You can also report illegal dumping in San José by calling the Customer Contact Center at (408) 535-3500. If you witness dumping in progress, call the San José Police Department non-emergency line at (408) 277-8900.

To get rid of your own stuff, the City of San Jose does have resources available to help you get rid of bulky stuff:
  • Residents in single-family homes can have large items (such as mattresses, sofas, refrigerators, tires, and more) picked up curbside by their recycling collection company. Each pickup includes up to three large items.
  • Apartment and condominium residents with communal garbage dumpster service can contact their property managers or GreenTeam of San Jose directly to arrange for free junk pickup. 
For more information, see these city service summaries:

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Monday, February 27, 2017

Act today to request more park maintenance

From Jean Dresden:
ACT TODAY. Email San Jose Council that Parks Need More Maintenance 
Park Maintenance Funding and Possible Bond
Your emails are needed! Tell the Council to allow Parks staff to develop a proposal for increased park maintenance for the spring budget hearings and a project list for a park bond measure.
Read more about this call to action.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Burglary this morning, photo of suspect car

A burglary occurred on Coe this morning, and police believe that the suspect will be returning for this car. If you see anyone near this car, please call 911 immediately.