Learn About Measure O in Campbell

Posted on October 8th, 2018 by City of Campbell

The Campbell City Council has placed Measure O on the November 6, 2018 General Election ballot. If passed by two-thirds of voters, Measure O would provide Campbell with up to $50 million in general obligation bonds to make facility improvements.

Click on the link below to read about the November 6, 2018 General Election and Measure O - Police and Library Facilities Bond Measure.
https://www.ci.campbell.ca.us/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=394...Read More

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Are you interested in having input on decisions related to locations of upcoming projects? The Planning Commission consists of seven members and we currently have ONE upcoming vacancy.

The primary duties and responsibilities of the Commission are:

  • To consider and take action on land use development applications, such as Conditional Use Permits, Site and Architectural Review Permits, Planned Development Permits, and subdivision applications.
  • To review, take public testimony, and make recommendations to the City Council in regard to the City's General Plan, which is a comprehensive, long-term compilation of policies regarding the physical, social and economic development of the City.
  • To develop zoning regulations to implement the General Plan, hold public hearings, and make recommendations regarding the adoption of these regulations to the City Council.
  • To assist the City Council as requested by reviewing and commenting on special projects, studies, and reports and by holding public meetings and hearings to gather public comment.

Visit our website for an application and more details.

https://www.ci.campbell.ca.us/157/Boards-Commissions...Read More

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Do You Know This Handsy Person?

Posted on October 4th, 2018 by Downtown Campbell

Does anyone recognize this handsy person? He's wanted for jewelry theft totalling several thousand dollars from one of our shops. Here's a short surveilance video of the theft happening.

If you know this person or have information that might help the Campbell Police find him, please call the Campbell Police Investigation Unit at 408-871-5190.


You've probably noticed scooters like these scattered around Downtown Campbell lately. The Campbell City Council has not made a decision one way or another on what to do about them, but is expected to do so within a month from now. In the meantime, they're being conditionally allowed if you follow some rules.

The following list is not comprehensive so there may be other things you need to do to keep you and the scooter you're riding in good standing.

  • You must have a drivers license to ride them.
  • Do not ride on the sidewalk.
  • Follow all traffic rules when riding (obey stop signs).
  • No parking directly in front of buildings or walkways.

From what I've heard, the Campbell PD has been lenient so far, but breaking any of these rules could result in a ticket and a significant fine....Read More


Kwench Juice closed earlier this year and recently reopened as Kwench Kreamery and you really must check it out if you haven't. All of their Ice Creams and treats are hand made in small batches.

The most popular item is "rolled ice cream" and is made and mixed in front of you. Check out how it's made in this photo set of the owner, Reena, making their signature hand crafted treat!


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Freshly Worn Furniture will be closing their doors at the end of this year and they're in the process of liquidating everything in their inventory. Originally their supply of Debi's DIY Paint wasn't supposed to be part of the deep discounts, but it looks like things have changed and you can now get your hands on whatever stock they have of Debi's DIY Paints at 50% Off!

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