Whether you are looking for a place to settle and start a family or you are looking for an ‘economic hot spot’ to start a business, Campbell hits the mark. The phenomenal success of the City of Campbell can be credited to an Esprit de Corps existence in which there is cooperation within the entire community. This is a cohesive community in which City Officials, Chamber of Commerce members, Volunteer Service Organizations, Community leaders and the Citizens of Campbell work hand-in-hand for the betterment of the community.
The charm of Campbell offers its residents an unparalleled quality of life including highly rated community events such as Boogie on the Avenue and Oktoberfest, recreational activities, shopping & dining and a variety of places of worship. With its temperate climate, excellent schools and historical small-town feel, Campbell continues to be one of the hidden gems of California.
Campbell is located in the heart of the “Silicon Valley”, which is regarded as the world’s major innovation hub. The Silicon Valley has been described as a phenomenon that includes a workforce of 1.38 million people covering 1854 square miles. The Silicon Valley has the attention of industries across the U.S. and around the world. The city of Campbell has a diverse population of just over 40,000 and encompasses an area of 6 square miles. The Average Single Family Home costs about $858,000 and the median family income is about $98,000.
Premium health care, coupled with attentive personal care, ensures the health and well-being of Campbell residents and guests. The team of highly respected medical professionals at El Camino Hospital in Los Gatos and Mountain View as well as Kaiser Permanente in Campbell provide top-quality healthcare to the local community. As non-profit organizations, their physicians get to know their patients on a personal level.
Though the city is more residential and is thus not home to a plethora of high-tech companies like many of the surrounding areas, it is the original home to famed online retailer eBay and its founder. For navigating in and around Campbell, use one of the several local and express bus lines operated by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority that connect Campbell with nearby cities such as Cupertino, Los Gatos, Palo Alto San Jose, Santa Clara and Saratoga. The San Jose International Airport is conveniently located only seven miles from the city. The VTA light rail goes through Campbell, which has 3 local stations that help serve the labor force throughout the Silicon Valley.
Children living in Campbell are served by the Campbell Union School District, with nine elementary schools and three middle schools, and the Campbell Union High School District, with six high schools. There are several major are minor universities and community colleges throughout the greater area, and the nearest hospitals are in San Jose, just three miles away. The downtown area has several shops, bars, and restaurants, and the city operates about a dozen parks, including a dog park, a skate park and a community garden, and the Campbell Community Center Pool. Other attractions include the Heritage Theatre, the Campbell Historical Museum, housed in the Ainsley House, the Pruneyard Shopping Center, the Campbell Public Library and the Islamic Library and Resource Center. Each year, the city hosts an annual Valentine Fun Run/Walk and the Campbell Summer Concert series at the Orchard City Green.