SJDA February 10, 2022 Public Meeting: Everything PBID
Join us on Thursday, February 10 at 8:15 a.m. to hear about the Property Based Improvement District's (PBID) once a decade renewal. What new services will Groundwerx provide? How will social impact teams improve solutions for the unhoused? Where have the district boundaries expanded? Are property assessments changing? What is the process for approving the PBID?
The meeting will feature a detailed presentation on the current and proposed PBID services, and what we plan to accomplish with a renewed district, followed by a Q&A.
Please register to attend SJDA's public meeting on February 10.
Upon registration, you will receive a link providing you with access to the Zoom webinar.
The meeting will also be streamed live on Facebook.
It is up on the SJDA and SJDA Public Meeting page.
San Jose City Council available virtually on Jan. 25
Out of an abundance of caution, the Jan. 25 City Council meeting will be conducted virtually. The virtual meeting will start at 1:30 p.m. Councilmembers and presenters will teleconference from remote locations. The public can watch the meeting on the City’s YouTube Channel. To make public comment during the meeting, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional instructions for public comment are posted in the meeting agenda.
Provide feedback through Downtown Transportation Plan online open house
The Downtown Transportation Plan online open house has officially launched! The downtown business community represents a key stakeholder in downtown transportation planning.
The entire open house has been translated into Spanish and Vietnamese,
By 2040, Downtown San Jose will welcome 30,000 new residents and 50,000 new workers. New buildings and commercial activity will make the streets buzz with life. But all this new activity can have negative consequences, too, like traffic and dangerous collisions.
The San José Downtown Transportation Plan proposes changes to help us go from today’s car-dependent transportation system to a future that is more people-focused. You’re invited to this online open house to learn more about the plan and share your feedback at bit.ly/DTPOnlineOpenHouse.