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San Jose, CA 95113

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Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force
Since it was established in 1991 by former Mayor Susan Hammer, the MGPTF has been comprised of a broad coalition of: youth; private residents; city, county and state government; schools; parents; and local law enforcement. The Task Force brings together each of these groups’ expertise into a coordinated, interagency effort to curb gang-related activity.
Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force

Neighborhoods Commission
The Neighborhoods Commission shall integrate the voice of neighborhoods into the City’s decision-making processes; study issues, courses of action, policies, and programs that affect neighborhood quality of life; make recommendations to council and redevelopment agency; and empower neighborhoods.
Neighborhoods Commission

Parks & Recreation Commission
The Parks and Recreation Commission advises the City Council on the City's system of parks, playgrounds, recreation centers and facilities, and recreation programs, including community sports, plays, celebrations and other recreation activities.
Parks & Recreation Commission

Planning Commission
The Planning Commission has the responsibility of making recommendations to the City Council on: Adoption or amendment of the General Plan and specific and redevelopment plans for the future physical development of the City; Adoption or amendment of land use and redevelopment regulations, including zoning and subdivision; Adoption of the Capital Improvement Program; and Other duties as provided by the City Council. The Planning Commission also: acts as an appellate body on certain Planning Director decisions and certifies Environmental Impact Reports.
Planning Commission

Planning Director's Hearing
The Director of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement ("Director") is the initial decision-making body for most Development Permits and various minor and administrative types of permits. The Director serves as the Secretary to both the Planning Commission and Historic Landmarks Commission.
Planning Director's Hearing

Police & Fire Department Retirement Plan
The Police & Fire Department Retirement Plan (“Plan”) is a defined benefit retirement plan serving the police and fire employees and retirees of the City of San José. Operating under the San José Municipal Code Section 2.08.1200, the Plan is managed and administered by its Board of Administration (“Board”).
Police & Fire Department Retirement Plan