Invest in San Jose, CA

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Earn tax-exempt income* while investing in San Jose

You can invest in a diverse set of projects in San Jose by buying municipal bonds through Neighborly. Bonds support projects ranging from schools and parks to bridges and highways, all critical to the development of communities and the state.

Open your account on Neighborly today so you're ready to invest when bonds go on sale. For more information about investing in municipal bonds, please visit the Neighborly Learning Center.

Past projects funded by San Jose bonds

Happy Hollow Park and Zoo

The Happy Hollow Park and Zoo was built way back in 1958, thanks to a $2.5 million bond passed by voters in 1957. Since then, several improvements and expansions to the park have been at least partially paid for with bond funding, including its 2008 green renovation, which renovated the park's aging facilities to be more functional and greener.

High School Performing Arts

One of the most noticeable results of 2006's Measure G bond program are the improvements to the performing arts centers in all five of San Jose's area high schools. Portions of the bonds also went to improving classrooms, cafeteria facilities, and libraries.

San Jose Public Libraries

In 2000, voters approved the Branch Library Bond Measure, which provided funds to build six new facilities in the San Jose Public Library system and to expand 14 others. The Vineland, Tully, and Alum Rock branches were among those that exist thanks to this funding, as well as expansions to the Rose Garden, Berryessa, and Cambrian branches.

*Bonds will only be offered through Neighborly Securities, member FINRA, SIPC & registered with MSRB, pursuant to a preliminary official statement to be made available during the offering period. This information does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities. You will be responsible for making your own independent investigation and appraisal of the risks, benefits and suitability of any securities to be offered and neither the City of San Jose nor Neighborly Securities is making any recommendation or giving any investment advice.