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The City's landscape maintenance contractor for the Dog Park, Loral Landscaping, will reseed the Dog Park in two segments, beginning on Monday, September 23. The westerly half, including that entrance, will be closed off and reseeded first, and will remain closed for three to four weeks to allow the new grass to fill in. After the west side is completed, the contractor will close off the easterly half, including the main entrance, and apply new seed, also allowing three to four weeks for the new grass to establish itself. Your patience is appreciated during this important lawn maintenance work.
Please contact the Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130 with any questions or concerns.
The Brisbane City Council has extended the deadline to provide written comments on the Baylands Draft EIR. Comments must be received no later than 1:00 pm on Friday, November 22, 2013.
The Brisbane Planning Commission will also be hosting a series of meetings for the public to offer verbal comments on the Draft EIR. The meeting dates are scheduled as follows:
Tuesday October 22, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm.
Thursday October 24, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm.
Tuesday October 29, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm.
All meetings will be held in the Community Meeting Room at Brisbane City Hall, 50 Park Place. The meetings will also be webcast and televised on channel 27.
Dear Brisbane Residents,
Last week, there were two cases of thieves dressing up as utility workers to gain access to Bay Area homes. I wanted to take the opportunity to write to you this week with information regarding the burglaries in Oakland and San Carlos in an effort to share information and awareness.
In each case, a person dressed as a utility worker gained access to the customer’s backyard, while a second person entered the home and stole money, coins and/or jewelry. Thankfully, nobody was injured in either case. Investigations are ongoing, and PG&E is working in full cooperation with local law enforcement. In addition to reaching out to you, PG&E is reaching out to local media to educate our customers.
Here is some important information you should know:
- PG&E customers should always ask to see valid identification before allowing anyone claiming to be a PG&E representative inside their home. PG&E employees always carry their identification and are always willing to show it to you.
- If a person claiming to be a PG&E employee has identification and someone still feels uncomfortable, they should call PG&E’s customer service line at 1-800-PGE-5000 to verify an appointment and/or PG&E’s presence in the community.
- Customers who have an appointment with PG&E will receive an automated call back within 48 hours prior to a scheduled visit, or they will receive a personal call from a PG&E gas service representative prior to a scheduled visit.
- Finally, customers with concerns about the legitimacy of a call they receive about a past due bill, a service request or a request for personal information are encouraged to call PG&E at 1-800-PGE-5000.
I hope this information is helpful to you. If you have any questions about this or any other suspicious PG&E-related issues, please do not hesitate to contact the Brisbane Police Department at 415-467-1212.
Brisbane Library Hours of Operation Announcement
San Mateo County Library is pleased to announce new operating hours for the Brisbane Library.
Input from the community has been a critical part of the decision making process and we thank everyone who participated in providing feedback. In reviewing the results of the May 2013 Brisbane Library Open Hours Community Survey, 69% of survey respondents indicated they would use the library more if the library were open different hours and 70% of survey respondents preferred that the changed hours include additional morning weekday and weekend hours.
After assessing the May 2013 Brisbane Library Open Hours Community Survey, collecting and reviewing current Brisbane library usage patterns, and analyzing open hours of neighboring libraries, we have been able to approve updated library open hours.
New Hours for the Brisbane Library
The new hours will go into effect after the Labor Day Holiday on Tuesday, 3 September 2013 and include 7 new hours of morning service. We look forward to welcoming even more of the community, more frequently, in September. Please contact Carine Risley, Brisbane Library Manager, for additional information. firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.467.2060
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We apologize in advance for the inconvenience, and we appreciate your patience while this work is being done. If you have any concerns or questions, please call the Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130.
The Brisbane Parks & Recreaton Department would like to remind parents that school starts August 22, and so does our Club Rec. after school program. Pre-registration is mandatory for everyone including returning participants. Also, registration for our Fall youth sports programs is open. For more information please contact the Parks & Recreation office at 508-2144, or click here.
Beginning later this year, Caltrans will activate the signals currently being installed at the on-ramps to Highway 101 between Highway 92 in San Mateo and the San Francisco city limit, including four locations in Brisbane. Ramp metering will be activated at the Harney Avenue and Sierra Point Parkway northbound on-ramps and the Beatty Avenue and Sierra Point Parkway/Lagoon Road southbound on-ramps. The ramp metering will operate on weekdays during morning and evening commute hours. The signals will start operating in late 2013. Specific information, including the date of the ramp metering turn-on and the scheduled hours of operation will be provided before the actual start up. Caltrans will also provide contact information for concerns and questions from the public during the fine-tuning process, once the system is turned on.
Ramp metering is necessary to evenly distribute the flow of traffic onto the highway. It will be used to handle the large volume of cars that enter Highway 101 every day and aims to prevent backups and heavy traffic.