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Campbell is a suburb of San Jose and part of Silicon Valley. It is located in central western California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company eBay has its original headquarters in Campbell and Pierre Omidyar, the creator of eBay, once called Campbell his home. Campbell is home to the Ferraris and Firefighters Festival. The festival takes place at the historically notable Ainsley House Museum and features over thirty fire-red Ferraris, a display of Fire Engines, BBQ prepared by the local firefighters, as well as music, dancing and a raffle.

Population: 38138
Local Newspapers: Campbell Reporter El Observador
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Golden Gate Language Schools

Zip Codes associated with campbell, california: 95008
Towns/Cities near campbell, california : Castlemont Fruitdale Central Park Saratoga Cambrian Park Blackford Los Gatos

Campbell News
Manteca Unified hosts district celebration

Manteca Unified School District Board President Stephen Schluer presided at a special district celebration. Along with San Joaquin County Superintendent James Mousalimas, awards were given to district employees and students.

Campbell voters continue ban on medical pot

Campbell residents voted Tuesday to continue a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries and to impose a tax on marijuana-related businesses at an initial rate of 7 percent, according to the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters. Voters rejected a third measure, a citizen's initiative that would have allowed up to three medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.

Campbell: April 25 medical marijuana special election results

With the first round of results coming in from the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters, Measure A is passing with 83.81 percent of yes votes, Measure B is failing with 60.33 percent no votes and Measure C is passing with 61.72 percent of yes votes. Measure B is the initiative backed by Keep Campbell Green, an organization seeking looser rules on the cultivation, delivery and dispensing of medical marijuana within the city.

Campbell: Wells at John D. Morgan Park part of water district project

The construction of two monitoring wells in the parking lot of John D. Morgan Park is almost done. After construction is complete in late May, the parking lot will be resurfaced and restriped while the Santa Clara Valley Water District monitors water quality at different depths for a drinking water project.

Campbell looking to keep tinkering with newest neighborhood's guiding plan

Campbell's planning commission decided a "neighborhood plan" for the newest addition to the city needs a little more tweaking before it is ready for city council review. The commission voted unanimously April 11 for staff to continue working on the Campbell Village Neighborhood Plan, a document that spells out development guidelines for a neighborhood the city annexed in October 2012.

Bill would let citizens vote before annexation

Registered voters in an area targeted for annexation by a city would get a say in the process under a bill tentatively approved by the Senate on Thursday. The bill, SB 715 by New Braunfels Senator Donna Campbell, would streamline private annexation where both parties agree and makes other changes to annexation policy, but the biggest change is the new election requirement.

Bilingual circus performance in Campbell focuses on literacy

Photograph courtesy Circus of Smiles Circus of Smiles performer Paula and Tyler Parks will perform at the Campbell Library on April 29 to celebrate Day of the Book/Day of the Child, a national bilingual literacy event. Circus of Smiles will perform in the library's community room from 11 a.m. to noon.

Help beautify the streets, parks and trails of Campbell

Photograph courtesy of Kimi de Leonibus Volunteers at the Great American Litter Pickup from last year spread fibar on a playground located in Campbell Park. This year's clean up will be on April 29 to clean up five areas of the city.

Heroes wanted for Disaster Aid Response Team

Photograph by George Sakkestad Members of the town's Disaster Aid Response Team are looking for volunteers to fill out their ranks, which have dwindled to 25 in recent years. Commander Dave Naumann, left, and volunteer Jim Silva say their work is rewarding and necessary because they assist the police department with big events like the Great Race and the Christmas parade.

Man apparently robbed auto dealership at gunpoint after test driving a truck.

Police are hoping that the release of a suspect sketch and surveillance image Thursday will help them find a man who robbed an auto dealership at gunpoint earlier this month. The robbery was reported April 5 around 6:50 p.m., not long after a man calling himself "Robbie" walked into Keiser Motors on Dell Avenue and asked to test drive a pickup truck that was on sale.

Meatball madness rolling into San Jose, Campbell

House of Meatball offerings range from the traditional beefy Italian, above, to Thai pork, chicken marsala, steakhouse-style and mix-and-match options. A food trend that grabbed New Yorkers by the palate several years ago has finally made its way West.

Saratoga Around Town news briefs for April 14

Eshoo is accepting submissions from students who live in the 18th District, which includes Los Gatos, the Lexington Hills, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, Campbell and Cambrian Park. The winning artist's work will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year, and winners also attend an unveiling reception in Washington, D.C. Ready to meet Cyril Elwell, Lee DeForest, Bill Eitel, Charles Litton, Fred Terman, David Packard and Bill Hewlett? Saratoga's Paul Wesling presents "The Origins of Silicon Valley: Why and How It Happened Here" on Wednesday, April 19, at 5 p.m. on the Stanford campus.

Campbell: Happy Hour covers Great Flu Pandemic of 1918

The evening discussion - for residents ages 21 and older - will center on the Great Flu Pandemic of 1918 and its effects on the Santa Clara Valley. Historian Barney Terrell, a Campbell Historical Museum staff member, will discuss how the "three-day fever" made its way to the valley in November 1918.

Opera San Jose gives Puccini's 'La boheme' a 20th century treatment

Puccini's "La bohA me" is the story of Mimi, a seamstress who befriends a band of young bohemians. The opera runs April 15-30 at the California Theatre in San Jose.

Campbell man recognized for pulling woman out of creek

Photograph by Jasmine Leyva Campbell resident George Bell was recognized by Campbell mayor Liz Gibbons at a city council meeting on April 4 for his heroic effort of pulling an elderly woman out of the Los Gatos Creek after heavy rain storms hit the area in February. George Bell was recognized at the April 4 city council meeting for pulling a woman from the Los Gatos Creek's rushing waters on Feb. 9. "Had it not been for the heroic actions of Mr. Bell, risking his own personal safety, the outcome would have been tragic," Campbell Police Chief David Carmichael told the city council.

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Campbell may be where eBay was born, but it is not known as a high-tech magnet. Instead, this winsome market town has kept all its historic charm while growing into a mini-hub of Silicon Valley sophistication.

San Jose police searching for missing at-risk woman

Elvira Vasquez, 67, exited her residence on the 1000 block of Rickenbacker Street around 2:57 p.m., according to police. Police said Vasquez typically walks southbound on Bascom Avenue, enters the Los Gatos Creek pedestrian trial and walks southbound to Campbell and walks back home.

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