League of Women Voters of
San Jose/Santa Clara

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On Nov. 16, the San Jose City Council voted unanimously to change to the General Plan that will protect the future of Coyote Valley as open space and agricultural land.  

We thank the Mayor and your City Councilmembers! and ask for a “Yes” vote without any delays.

Thank you for responding to our Action Alert  to help us ask for their vote.


  We sent a letter to the City Council.

What's New ??

  • Holiday Party!!!!  On Tuesday, December 7, we are inviting all members to meet IN PERSON for a party to celebrate the Holiday Season. We hope to see you there!

  • See more information about upcoming events.

  • Read our most recent newsletter:  The VOTER

  • See a list of all local public agencies that make decisions about the quality of life and future in San Jose, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, and Gilroy.  Use it to monitor policies and issues.  

  • The Climate Change/Natural Resources Committee will focus in 2021 on four areas.  To join the committee, contact Judy Chamberlin.

    • San Jose’s Climate Action Plan

    • Carbon sequestration

    • Budgeting for local parks; and 

    • Continued advocacy for the preservation of Coyote Valley.    


Please consider working with us on these important issues. Contact us to learn more about our work

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Important elections are coming in June and November 2022.  We will provide voters with impartial analyses of ballot measures and information about candidates on Votersedge.org and in public meetings. And we are committed to encouraging full voter registration and voting.

As a nonprofit organization, we appreciate your support to inform voters and to Make Democracy Work!

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