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Residents can know that work is being done by both the City Council and City Management to make sure Brisbane residents no longer need to put up with such loud overhead noise. Community input is extremely important in affecting changes to flight patterns, as well. Call tallies from community members calling in to the Aircraft Noise Abatement Office are reported to the Airport Community Roundtable during their public meetings. So, it certainly makes a difference to report your complaints. Don’t just sit idly by! To report airport noise, note the specific date and time when you noticed the occurrence and call or e-mail the SFO Noise Abatement Office using the information below:
Airport Noise Complaint
There is a Business License Tax Measure on the November 5, 2013 Ballot. Click here for more information.
The election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Also, feel free to contact City Clerk Sheri Spediacci 415-508-2113 for further information.
Many of our neighbors have worked hard all of their lives and have been physically and financially able to repair their homes. When circumstances make this difficult or impossible, we can help.
Through our volunteers and donations, we make repairs that improve the health, safety, and independence of our neighbors. We serve senior citizens, single parents, grandparents raising grandkids, people with disabilities, families with children, veterans, children caring for their ailing parents.
For more information, call us at 650.366.6597 or visit Homeowner Application.
Deadline extended!! Call the above number for information.
Got Ants? Get S.E.R.I.O.U.S
Did you know that the pesticides commonly used for ant control are some of the most prevalent and damaging in our waterways?
www.gotantsgetserious.org is a collaborative resource promoting environmentally sound ant management through the use of less-toxic practices. Yes, you can control ant invasions effectively without using toxic sprays that are harmful to our waterways, family and pets!
Tobacco Companies: Keep your butts out of our Bay!
Cigarettes are not just a human health concern. Cigarette butts are toxic, plastic litter that flows from our streets into the Bay, polluting water and threatening wildlife. An estimated 3 billion cigarettes are littered in the Bay Area each year, posing a serious threat that we cannot ignore.
Go to http://www.savesfbay.org/buttfreebay and sign the petition to tell tobacco companies “Keep your butts out of our Bay!”
The provided web link is a service of Save the Bay, a regional organization that includes protecting San Francisco Bay from pollution as one of its core missions.
To View the Brisbane Candidates Night Video, please click on the link below:
The forum was held on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013. It was sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce and moderated by representatives from the League, focused on questions from the audience that each of the four City Council candidates: Clarke Conway; Gavin Escolar; Cliff Lentz and Lori Liu
The City Council will be meeting on Monday, October 7th and Monday, October 21st at 7:30 p.m. in the Brisbane Community Room.
There were typographical errors in the recent issue of the Brisbane City News stating they would be for Budget Hearings. The Budget was adopted in June and therefore that was a misprint.
The October meetings will be for regular City business.
The city occasionally receives reports of coyotes seen on or near city streets, and along outlying areas such as Tunnel Avenue. The brochure "Living with California Coyotes" published by the California Department of Fish & Game provides insight on dealing with our wild neighbors.
As always, if you believe the presence of any animal is causing an immediate threat to public safety, dial 911. For less urgent concerns, please call Brisbane Police Dispatch at (415) 467-1212.