Originating from a community of innovators, we maintain our small-town friendliness while welcoming a growing population of engaged, passionate residents, unique business leaders, groundbreaking tech giants, exhilarating start-ups, and revolutionary thinkers.
Campbell’s first residents disrupted emerging business practices by providing free hot meals, cottages, and daycare for their employees. Some might say these were the seeds of the famous Silicon Valley business practices. For us it’s just good old-fashioned hospitality!
We are located in the center of the Silicon Valley, between San Francisco and San Jose, and nearby major highways 17, 85, and 280. With a thriving downtown, delectable eateries, unique shops, two cinemas, a historic theater, Ainsley House, and a charming residential community, Campbell instantly becomes a second hometown to those who visit. Come and see us sometime soon!
The Campbell Police Department’s Civilian Police Academy is a 10-week program designed to foster increased understanding and communication between Campbell community members and the Campbell Police Department. The program provides an in-depth…Read More »
The Summer Activity Guide is available online. Registration for our summer camps and swim lessons is already open for everyone. Registration for all other classes and activities will begin May 3rd at 9 am for Campbell Residents and May 4th for…Read More »
Flock Safety ALPR The Campbell Police Department will be installing 17 automated license plate reading (ALPR) cameras in strategic areas around Campbell to solve and reduce crime. The cameras are built by Flock Safety, a public safety technology…Read More »
In partnership with Boy Scouts of America, the Explorer Program provides an opportunity for youth who are interested in a career in law enforcement to learn first-hand about the job of police officer and other law enforcement fields. An explorer is…Read More »
NOTE: To protect our constituents, City officials, and City staff, the City requests all members of the public to follow the guidance of the California Department of Health Services', and the County of Santa Clara Health Officer Order, to help…Read More »
CALL TO ORDER ORAL REQUETS MOVE INTO CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION A. Personnel B. Litigation – Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation Paragraph (1) of Subdivision (d) of California Government Code Section 54956.9 Name of…Read More »
1. Roll Call 2. Approval of Minutes* – November 18, 2021 3. Ongoing Projects a. Downtown Pedestrian Improvements (RRFBs) b. Harriet Avenue Sidewalk Project c. FY22 Annual Pavement Maintenance Project (West Parr Avenue) d. General…Read More »