Here are the business rules, regulations, and guidelines for listing events and businesses on SanJose.org. The business rules are meant to ensure that content on SanJose.org showcases the best of San Jose for residents, visitors, and those planning a trip to this area. As well, here you can find information regarding our Partner Hotels program.
Event listings are offered on www.SanJose.org to showcase San Jose and the surrounding region as a vibrant, desirable place to visit, work, play and live. The site features events, things to do, and content to encourage visitors to explore San Jose and Silicon Valley.
DOES MY EVENT QUALIFY TO BE LISTED? Your event must be:
PLEASE NOTE: Because Visit San Jose is funded by the hotel occupancy tax, events that encourage overnight stays in San Jose will be considered priority for the website.
All events are posted at the discretion of TSJ Staff; exceptions will be reviewed on an individual basis. For additional information on event listings, please contact Kereli Sengstack (email@example.com).
Business listings (Activities, Restaurants and Hotels) are offered to hospitality partners provided on www.SanJose.org to highlight the best of San Jose and the Silicon Valley.
THE LISTING MUST BE:
PLEASE NOTE: Because Visit San Jose is funded by the hotel occupancy tax, businesses that encourage overnight visitation will be considered priority for listing on the website.
All business listings are posted at the discretion of TSJ Staff; exceptions will be reviewed on an individual basis. For additional information on business listings, please contact Kereli Sengstack (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Hotels that participate in the Partner Hotel program receive:
To find out more about costs associated with becoming a Partner Hotel and additional benefits for hotels paying Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) and hotels qualified to participate in San Jose Hotels Inc., San Jose Hotel Business Improvement District (HBID), please contact Benjamin Roschke at email@example.com.