San José Chief of Police Recruitment
November 13, 2012
The City of San José is recruiting for a Chief of Police and is interested in receiving community input regarding the ideal qualities that the City Manager should consider in evaluating candidates for this position. Community input meetings have been scheduled at the following locations from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Additional feedback can be provided by taking the online survey, available in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.
For more information about additional opportunities to provide your feedback on the process, please contact Lee Wilcox at (408) 535-8182 or by email. For more information on SJPD, visit the Police Department website. Thank you for offering your opinions.
Employee compensation information for 2011 now available online
Consistent with the City of San José’s commitment to an open and transparent government, the latest compensation information available for employees is now available on the City website. More
City Refunding Surplus Special Assessment District Funds to Current and Former Property Owners
The City of San José is refunding approximately $6.9 million in surplus funds from 35 expired special assessment districts in the City. If you or a related entity owned or had an interest in real property in the City anytime between 1974 and 2005, you are strongly encouraged to review the additional information provided below in order to determine whether you are eligible for a refund. For additional information, click here.
City's Labor Relations Information
The City of San José has 11 bargaining units (unions). For more information regarding the labor relations at the City of San José, please click here