Here is your chance to meet the candidates who are running for Campbell's City Council and hear them speak before election day on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018.

The Downtown Campbell Neighborhood Association in conjunction with the Pruneyard-Dry Creek Neighborhood Association will host a Candidates Forum featuring all five candidates for City Council on Wednesday evening, October 10th. Location:
San Jose Christian School
1300 Sheffield Avenue, Campbell, from

Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Date: Wednesday, October 10th

All Campbell voters are welcome to attend. This will probably be the final opportunity to see all the candidates at one time before the election on November 6. The candidates for Campbell: Anne Coyne Bybee Elizabeth "Liz" Gibbons Paul Resnikoff Darius R. Sorabji Anne Souza

DCNA Members Meeting with Captain Berg, Campbell Police on January 8th at 7PM

We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! Our first DCNA member meeting of 2018 will take place on Monday, January 8th at the Community (lower level) Room of the Campbell Library.

Captain Berg of the Campbell Police Department will be our guest speaker at to answer any of your questions about safety, crime and the community. There has been a lot of criminal activity in the past few months, so if you want your voice heard, please attend tonight.

We hope to see you there. Happy New Year!

Monday, January 8th
Community Room
Campbell Library (lower level)
6:30PM doors open

DCNA Neighborhood Night Out - BBQ

WHEN: Tuesday, September 26  2017

TIME: 5:00pm to 7:30pm

WHERE: Orchard Community Church (corner of 3rd St. & Rincon

WHAT: A free neighborhood BBQ sponsored by the Downtown Campbell Neighborhood Association. Please come and meet your neighbors! In addition to the neighborhood BBQ, there will be several door prizes donated by Campbell merchants. Hope to see you there!


WHEN: June 6, 2016

TIME:  Doors open 6:30pm.  Meeting begins at 7:00pm.

WHERE: Community Room, Campbell Library

WHAT:  The purpose of this meeting is to familiarize Downtown Campbell residents, who are thinking about installing solar panels on their homes, with the costs and benefits of solar panels. We will have some printed information available on incentives, rebates, and tax credits, and the process required on how to hire and work with the right contractor,

We will have two featured speakers: A solar contractor from Freedom Solar in Campbell, and (newly added) a downtown resident who added solar panels to his home a few years ago. Come and hear what these people have to say about the pros and cons of adding solar panels to your home. There will be time for questions.

Light refreshments will be served beginning at 6:30 PM. Hope to see you there!


WHEN: May 3, 2016

TIME:  6:00pm.

WHERE: Campbell City Hall, Council Chamber - 70 N. First Street, Campbell, CA

WHAT: A study session is set for Tuesday, May 3, at 6:00PM in the city hall chambers to discuss conceptual plans for mixed use commercial/residential development of the old Paul Del Grande property on E. Campbell Ave at Gilman. Since this is a study session, no decisions will be made, but it is the first chance for public input. If you saw the conceptual drawings a few weeks ago in the Silicon Valley Business Journal, the developer is proposing a project that does not meet the East Campbell Avenue Master Plan. The buildings are over the allowable height, they are massed at the sidewalk and would create exactly what so many residents fought to avoid when the East Campbell Master Plan was adopted a few years ago. If you cannot attend the meeting, you can email your comments directly to the city at: