The City is dedicated to providing essential services to the community, but it focuses attention on certain issues of major importance. Current topics include projects with or by other agencies in Santa Clara that have an impact on residents, businesses and other stakeholders.
In collaboration with the County of Santa Clara, the City of Santa Clara is committed to a full count in the 2020 Census. And we need your help for all Santa Clara residents to be counted!
Every 10 years, the U.S. Constitution requires a count of the nation’s population to determine the number of congressional representatives for each state. The government also uses census data to distribute an estimated $600 billion dollars in federal funding annually. Learn more about Santa Clara Counts!
Most of the buildings in the Civic Center complex were built in the 1960s when the workforce and residential population were much smaller. Now, the City's exploring how to meet growing demands for City services with restricted office space. Learn more about the proposed Civic Center Concept Plan and Utility Building Project.
On Tuesday, Nov. 19, the City Council approved placing a ballot measure on the March 3, 2020 Special Election to amend the City Charter to provide for council district elections. Learn more about the ballot measure...