Information on what people can do at no or little cost to prepare for a disaster such as an earthquake.
Download fliers on Bike Safety, Electronic Crimes, Family Internet Use, Graffiti, Kids Alone, Neighborhood Watch, Stop Trespassing, and Teen Dating Violence.
The Department of Parks Recreation and Neighborhood Service’s Anti-Graffiti/Anti-Litter Program has launched a free application called SAN JOSE CLEAN. This App allows residents with smart phones to point, click and send photos of graffiti, litter and City park conditions.
Use your iPhone, Blackberry or Android to report neighborhood problems. Your report shows up on a neighborhood map and is be forwarded to the San Jose City department responsible for dealing with it. The City has an excellent record of responding to problems, especially graffiti, which will usually be removed in a day or two.
Information about San Jose's Code Enforcement, including a link to an online form for reporting code violations.
This is a partial list of resources in or near the South University Neighborhood which may be of use to people during these tough economic times.