Incorporated as a city in 1952, Campbell CA recently celebrated their 60th anniversary. Starting out as a small farming community, the city has grown into a community of over 38,000.
The city was awarded a LEED Gold certification from the United States Green Building Council for their Orchard City Banquet Hal. This award is given recognizing cities that promote environmentally responsible buildings that are resource efficient throughout the estimated life of the building. The city of Campbell takes ” going green” very seriously.
Campbell has also sponsored an e-Services page on their official city website, which allows for 24/7 access to the city to conduct business from the security, safety and convenience of your home or office computer without having to go to city hall. This not only spares the air but is fuel efficient as well.
As is typical of most bay area cities, Campbell is known for the quality of their hotels, restaurants, and shopping venues. Many visitors from other countries schedule medical or dental procedures, such as dental implants, when they are here. It allows them to visit as well benefit from the many local amenities and attractions.