December 11 Deadline Approaching for the First Installment of the 2023-2024 Annual Secured Property Taxes
The deadline to pay the first installment of the 2023-2024 Annual Secured Property Taxes is approaching. Timely collection is critical for the ongoing support of various essential services, such as public health, fire protection, education, parks, and law enforcement.
As the county grapples with growing numbers of deaths from overdoses of fentanyl and other opioids, the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department (BHSD) is deploying a comprehensive series of initiatives to prevent overdose deaths in local communities.
With Respiratory Viruses Circulating, All Bay Area Health Officers Recommend Actions to Stay Healthy for the Holidays
As levels of circulating respiratory viruses increase and people spend more time indoors for the holiday season, it’s important to know all the ways to stay healthy this winter.
Spade & Plow organic farm in Gilroy was among the first 12 participants in the County of Santa Clara's new Agricultural Resilience Incentive Grant Program, which provided the owners with $25,500 to use on agricultural practices that improve soil health and ease climate change.
The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department, the City of San José, and local partner organizations and commissions join others from around the world to commemorate the 35th annual World AIDS Day, with events November 28 to December 1.
The County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Board is seeking nominations for the 13th Annual Behavioral Health Community Heroes Awards.
The application period has opened for the County’s Fellowship Program, which embeds a limited number of higher-education students in various County agencies, departments and board offices to do high-level work that lends itself to in-demand jobs.
Santa Clara Valley Healthcare (SCVH) will honor and celebrate Santa Clara Valley Medical Center staff members who are Veterans on November 8.
Hot Ticket Alert! ‘Fantasy of Lights’ Walk-Thru Tickets Released This Week for 25th Anniversary Event
The always popular “Fantasy of Lights” walk-thru tickets are now on sale, and the first offering quickly sold out. Two more batches of tickets will be released on Sunday, Nov. 5 at noon and Friday, Nov. 10, at 6 p.m.
Homekey Palo Alto, which is expected to open in early 2025, is the latest example of the effort by the County and regional partners to address a pair of intricately linked crises in Silicon Valley: housing affordability and homelessness.