Anne want to address safety in Campbell neighborhoods. She will work with the Public Works department on traffic calming measure. She will advocate for safe routes to school. Her vision is for zero pedestrian fatalities in Campbell.

Economic Stability

As the manager of a small business , Anne knows that difficult decisions need to be made in order for the City of Campbell to provide services for its residents. She has experience in Recreation and Community Services that will help in making creative solutions to the needs of the Campbell Community Center. She will work to bring diverse businesses into Campbell while helping the small businesses that shape our city’s charm.


As an educator, she saw the potential of her students, but also the obstacles that they needed to overcome to succeed. She believes in an even playing field for all. Read More

Quality of Life for All

I have a vision for the future of Campbell “Quality of Life for All”.   As a commissioner, I am aware of the many needs of the City of Campbell. I was raised in a family that believed in service to others.   I am committed to the community and dedicated to progress. I am open minded and will listen to all sides of the issues. I come prepared and will work with the other members of City Council on creative solutions. Keeping our communities safe is important to me. We need managed growth to help with affordable housing while keeping safety and traffic calming measures in mind. We need solutions that help our economy and wellbeing. I want to be the voice for those that need to be heard. I am inspired by the Youth of Campbell and hope that the City Council will consider the future of our youth as decisions are made. I want the elderly to be able to afford to live in Campbell and keep our recognition as an elder-friendly city. I grew up in Santa Clara County. The heritage of Campbell is unique and we need to keep that in mind when decisions are made.

Anne Souza

The beginning of the traffic circle in Campbell Village Neighborhood

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