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Office of
Councilmember Johnny Khamis 
District 10 
City of San Jose 

Wishes of health and happiness from Councilmember Johnny Khamis
and the District 10 team! 

 

Curious about our furry friends in our picture? 

Max is a 5 year old tan chi that came into our care as a stray. He can be a little shy at first but warms up quickly with some gentle petting and yummy treats. He is pretty mellow and enjoys cuddling. He walks very nicely on leash and enjoys the company of other polite pooches. He is currently available for adoption, and his Animal Identification number is A965327

Dino is a 4 year old black chi, who also came into our care as a stray. He is very outgoing, friendly, and loves cuddling. He walks super politely on leash and also enjoys the company of other polite pooches. He, too, is currently available for adoption, and his Animal Identification number is A967008. 

Animal Services is currently having their annual “Home for the Holidays” Adoption Promotion with all pet adoption fees $15 through January 3rd. We would love for each our furry friends to go home and celebrate the holidays with a new, forever family!!

 

How else can you help our furry friends? 

The San Jose Animal Care Center is in big need of your donations! CLICK HERE to see their "Holiday Wish List" ...Many of the items you may have just laying around the house, like towels and newspapers. 

Happy Holidays! 



Holiday Safety Tips from SJPD 

 
Avoid becoming a victim of crime this holiday season! 
CLICK HERE to view SJPD's Holiday Tips! 


New! City or San Jose Open Policy Data  

The City of San Jose released a draft open data policy
for community input, last month. Over the next few months, the City will gather community input through a digital survey and a series of public events. In 2016, the City will re-launch an open data portal and adopt an Open Data Policy. The Open Data Policy is the City of San Jose’s commitment to freely share as much information as possible. The City recognizes that information is a valuable resource and a strategic asset to the public. Making information accessible, discoverable, and usable by the public can help fuel entrepreneurship, innovation, scientific discovery, and a more efficient government! 
Take the Survey HERE Now! 



Remember to Cycle
this Holiday!

 
1. Keep Garbage Out of the Recycling Go to www.sjenvironment.org/curbside-recycling to view, print, or order a printed copy of the Recycling Guide, available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
 
2. Keep Recyclables Clean
Remember to empty and scrape containers. Conserve water – there is no need to rinse with water before placing them in the recycling cart.
 
3. Too much holiday trash?
Use Extra Garbage Stickers, available at City Hall and San Jose libraries, and Save Mart, Lucky, and Safeway stores. Place extra garbage in a 32-gallon plastic garbage bag, label it with an Extra Garbage Sticker, and place it on the curb near the garbage cart on collection day.
 
4. Recycle in a Big Way!
Once per year, San José residents in single-family homes may schedule a large-item collection (for up to three items) at no additional cost. Schedule a pickup today! Go to www.sjenvironment.org/largeitems  for more information about eligible items. 
 
5. Collection Schedule Changes
If your usual garbage and recycling collection or street sweeping day falls on or after Christmas or New Year’s Day, then your collection and street sweeping will take place one day later than normal.
 
 6. Holiday Tree Recycling
Curbside collection of holiday trees will be on your collection day from December 26, 2015 through January 29, 2016. Remove stands, tinsel, and decorations. Cut into 5-foot pieces. Set out by 6:00 a.m.
 
Be GREEN this Holiday!
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Office of Councilmember Johnny Khamis 
200 E. Santa Clara Street, 18th floor
San Jose, CA 95113 

(408) 535-4910 
district10@sanjoseca.gov

www.sjd10.com


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