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The 7 Mile House

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Brisbane's Historic 7 Mile House was the location of a recent PenTV production, San Mateo County History Stories with Mike Casey.  It is being aired on Ch. 26 this week as part of their "Pen Voice" program, which airs daily at 7am, noon, and 7pm.  The piece on The 7 Mile House will come on at approximately 7:10am, 12:10pm, and 7:10pm.   Or, you can simply click the Play button below to start watching online.

Signboard Postings

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Posted 8/28/2014


Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
Brisbane Derby
Racers and Sponsors Wanted
Information: 508-2143


Concerts in the Park
Caravanserai
Santana Tribute Band
Fri. Aug. 29, 5:45 - 8:30, Comm. Park

Facelifts Around Town

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UPDATE Monday, August 25, 11:22am - Both the Fire Station re-painting and the corner of Lake/Glen Park Way re-landscaping were completed late last week.  Here are the "after" photos!

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There are a couple spots in town that will undergoing a facelift starting early next week!  The Public Works Building and Grounds Team has scheduled the prep work for painting Station 81 (pictured right) to begin on Tuesday, August 12th.  This was one of the Capital Improvement Projects that the Council approved with the 2014-15 city budget.  The plan is to pressure wash the building on Tuesday and let it dry for a day or two, depending on the weather.  It should take about 4 days to complete after that.  We'll post an "after" pic once the re-painting has been completed.

On Monday, August 11th, landscape improvements at the Lake St. Pump Station (pictured below) are scheduled to begin.  Most of the current plants and trees will be pruned back, with new drought-tolerant plants being added to provide better screening and an overall

better appearance of the Lake St. and Glen Park Way corner.  The contractor who will be performing the work, Loral Landscaping, met with the neighbors on Lake St. who got to review the landscaping plan and provide input.  An "after" pic will also be added once the landscaping work has been completed.

Signboard Postings

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Posted 8/22/2014


Dogs Must be on Leash
At all Times
$100 Fine
BMC 6.04.070

 

Concerts in the Park Lineup

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Concerts in the Park 2014 kicks off Friday, August 1st at 5:45pm with "Foreverland", an electrifying 14-member Michael Jackson Tribute Band who will be back in Brisbane for their second year.  Along with the Lions Club grilling up hot dogs and the Women's Club serving up cookies, coffee, and hot chocolate, there will be two food trucks at this concert: Naked Chorizo and Frozen Kuhsterd.

On Friday, August 8th, new-to-Brisbane band Pop Fiction will be entertaining the crowd:

On Friday, August 15th, The Houserockers will be back in town!

On Friday, August 22nd, Brisbane's own Jerry Kuhel & the Side Effects and Jeff Cotton's Gin Joint will be performing:

Closing out the Concerts this year is new band Caravanserai, a Santana Tribute Band!

All Concerts take place in the Community Park (11 Old County Rd., Brisbane) and go from 5:45pm - 8:30pm and are FREE thanks to the generous donations of our Sponsors.

Automatic Garage Door Corp.
BiRite
Brisbane Eagles Club
Brisbane Hardware
Dan Carter
Dan Can Do - Dan Sorrentino
Dettmer Construction Company - Bob Dettmer
Garden Chapel
Hulafrog
Kangi N
Linda Montenegro Dettmer
Olivia Madrid
Purcell Murray
Raymond & Lori Liu
Recology
Sue Cochran
Tai Chi Yuen
Tim Chang & Sons - Humboldt Tree Service
Universal Paragon Corporation

It's not too late to be a Sponsor!  If you're interested in supporting the Concerts in the Park, please contact Steve Beaty at (415) 508-2144 or sbeaty@ci.brisbane.ca.us.

Concerts in the Park Lineup

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Concerts in the Park 2014 kicks off Friday, August 1st at 5:45pm with "Foreverland", an electrifying 14-member Michael Jackson Tribute Band who will be back in Brisbane for their second year.  Along with the Lions Club grilling up hot dogs and the Women's Club serving up cookies, coffee, and hot chocolate, there will be two food trucks at this concert: Naked Chorizo and Frozen Kuhsterd.

On Friday, August 8th, new-to-Brisbane band Pop Fiction will be entertaining the crowd:

On Friday, August 15th, The Houserockers will be back in town!

On Friday, August 22nd, Brisbane's own Jerry Kuhel & the Side Effects and Jeff Cotton's Gin Joint will be performing:

Closing out the Concerts this year is new band Caravanserai, a Santana Tribute Band!

All Concerts take place in the Community Park (11 Old County Rd., Brisbane) and go from 5:45pm - 8:30pm and are FREE thanks to the generous donations of our Sponsors.

Automatic Garage Door Corp.
BiRite
Brisbane Eagles Club
Brisbane Hardware
Dan Carter
Dan Can Do - Dan Sorrentino
Dettmer Construction Company - Bob Dettmer
Garden Chapel
Hulafrog
Kangi N
Linda Montenegro Dettmer
Olivia Madrid
Purcell Murray
Raymond & Lori Liu
Recology
Sue Cochran
Tai Chi Yuen
Tim Chang & Sons - Humboldt Tree Service
Universal Paragon Corporation

It's not too late to be a Sponsor!  If you're interested in supporting the Concerts in the Park, please contact Steve Beaty at (415) 508-2144 or sbeaty@ci.brisbane.ca.us.

Leash Law Enforced

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At the January 13, 2014 City Council meeting, the Police Chief gave an overview of the City's Leash Law.  As a reminder, the Brisbane Police Department enforces leash law violations under the Brisbane Municipal Code, section 6.04.070 which states that no owner shall "allow an animal to be upon any public street, sidewalk, park, school ground, any public property, or upon any enclosed premises in this jurisdiction unless the animal is...under the control of the owner by...a substantial chain, lead rope, or leash, which chain, lead rope, or leash shall be continuously held by some competent person capable of controlling such animal."  Anyone violating this section of the City's Municipal Code will be issued a $100.00 administrative citation for the first offense, with much steeper fines for repeat offenses.  If you see anyone violating the City's Leash Law, please contact the Brisbane Police Department right away by calling (415) 467-1212 so that the officer can attempt to contain the dog, contact the owner, and when necessary, contact the Peninsula Humane Society for assistance.

West Nile Virus Update

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Update Friday, 8/22, 11:16am - At last night's Council meeting, a timely presentation on West Nile Virus was given by Theresa Shelton, a vector ecologist from San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control Distict (segment begins at 12:30).  She stressed the importance of reporting all dead birds and squirrels to the CA Dept. of Public Health West Nile Virus and Dead Bird Hotline by calling (877) 968-BIRD (2473) or online at www.westnile.ca.gov.

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Through SMCAlert, the City became aware today about a pool of mosquitoes and a dead bird found at Clay Park in South San Francisco.  Both the pool of mosquitoes and bird tested positive for the West Nile Virus.

San Mateo County Mosquito & Vector Control is planning to fog a ½ mile radius surrounding the location where the mosquito pool and bird were found.  Areas surrounding Clay Park in South San Francisco, Colma, and Daly City are included in the fogging treatment plan.

The fogging will take place between the hours of 9:00 PM to 5:00 AM beginning Thursday (8/21) evening into Friday (8/22) morning.

Residents with questions can call the District at (650) 344-8592 Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

To prevent mosquito bites and breeding, the San Mateo County Mosquito Abatement District reminds the public to remember the “Three Ds” drain standing water because that is where mosquitoes lay eggs; wear proper clothing and repellent during dawn and dusk when mosquitoes bite; and apply insect repellent containing DEET, picaradin, oil of lemon eucalyptus or IR3535.

If you or someone you know are experiencing symptoms of the West Nile Virus (fever, headache, fatigue, sometimes a skin rash, swollen lymph glands and eye pain), please contact your local physician and schedule to get tested for the virus immediately.

Summer Learning Program

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The Summer Learning @ the Brisbane Library program ends on Saturday, August 30th.

If you have finished the Summer Learning Program, don't forget to stop by the Brisbane Library and turn in your completed log!  Finishers will receive a book and will be entered into a raffle to win a $1,000 college scholarship!  ​All logs must be received by Saturday, August 30 at 5pm in order to be entered into the scholarship raffle.  We hope you have enjoyed your summer and look forward to seeing you at the Brisbane Library.

Brisbane Library
250 Visitacion Ave.
(415) 467-2060

 

PG&E Working in Brisbane

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This past Monday, August 18th, PG&E started working in Brisbane on their high voltage electric transmission towers.  You may have seen a helicopter being used to transport PG&E crews and equipment to the towers along Ridge Crest Trail in-between Guadalupe Canyon Parkway, Mission Blue, and Monarch Drive.  The helicopter will make multiple trips between the towers and the designated landing zone located on Valley Dr.  The work hours for this project are 8am - 5pm, with work scheduled to conclude on Friday, August 22nd.  PG&E trucks and equipment may also be visible in and around these areas.  All personnel are required to carry valid photo identification and are happy to provide it upon request.  If you have any questions about this project, please contact Bernardo Cortes, Jr., at 925-459-7306 during normal business hours or send an email to electricreliability@pge.com. Thank you for your patience as this work is completed this week!

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Posted 8/18/2014


Coming Soon - Job Opening
Public Works Maint. Worker I/II
Applications accepted starting Aug. 20
First 100 Applications Only
www.calopps.org


Brisbane Dance Workshop
Registration Now Open
Class Size Limited
www.brisbanedance.com or 467-6698


Posted 8/16/2014


Brisbane Parks and Recreation Dept.
Beg./Inter. Guitar Lessons
Sat., 8/23-10/4, Noon-2 pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
Information:  (415) 508-2143


Congratulations!
Brisbane Swim Team
San Mateo Summer League Champs
2nd Consecutive Year!

 

Draft Housing Element

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The City's Planning Department along with the Planning Commission have been working on updating the City's Housing Element since late February of this year when they held their first study session on an overview of the 2015-2022 Housing Element's requirements.  Five months later, at their July 10th meeting, they wrapped up their last study session.  The 2015-2022 Housing Element is now available to view in draft form online.

The Planning Commission’s public hearing on the draft 2015-2022 Housing Element is scheduled for Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 7:30pm.  The agenda report for that meeting will be provided with the rest of the agenda packet on the City’s website under City Government > All Meetings by the Friday prior, August 22nd.

Bus Schedule for JUHSD

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It's the last week of summer for Brisbane elementary and middle school youth and the last day of summer for the high schoolers, with school starting tomorrow, August 14 for the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD).  Thanks to the Brisbane City Council again approving $85,000 for the 2014-15 budget year, Brisbane youth attending Oceana and Terra Nova high schools in Pacifica are able to be picked up from and brought back to Brisbane after the school day.  There is even an After School/Activities Bus to accommodate the schedules of those involved with afterschool sports or extracurricular activities.  However, with it being a minimum day for the first day back, there will be a modified bus schedule for tomorrow, August 14th:

7:00 am – Depart Brisbane
7:25 am – Arrive at Oceana
7:45 am – Arrive at Terra Nova
12:58 pm – Depart Terra Nova
1:11 pm – Depart Oceana|
1:36 pm - Arrive in Brisbane

Click here to view the regular bus schedule for Oceana/Terra Nova students. 

Note: the After School/Activities bus will not be running tomorrow; it starts its regular route on Friday, August 15th.

Jess C. Salmon 1925 - 2014

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Early this morning, Brisbane lost its last surviving Founding Father.  Jess C. Salmon was one of Brisbane's five original City Council Members elected on September 12, 1961 to serve the community.  The City became a General Law City soon after on November 27, 1961.  Brisbane would not be the community it is today with its small-town feel had it not been for people like Jess who fought hard to protect the City's natural resources, while also ensuring its fiscal health.  This is evident in the documentary, "No Deposit, No Return" (1965), that was produced by KRON-TV when Jess served as the City's Mayor.  In February 2013, when the Open Space & Ecology Committee aired the short film for the community, Jess was right there seated in the front row.  In the film, Jess' love for Brisbane and San Bruno Mountain which encircles it, are clearly seen.  Similar sentiments were expressed by current Council Member and former Mayor Ray Miller and his wife Anya, former Council Member and Mayor.

"I was greatly saddened by the news that Jess Salmon, the last surviving member of Brisbane's first City Council, had died.  My wife and I have known Jess since the 1960s.  He was truly a founding father.  Because of his intelligence, diligence, organizational smarts and incredible dedication, he was probably the most influential architect of the basic structure, laws, and community orientation of Brisbane's city government.  He fought strenuously to generate the revenue that Brisbane needed to survive, to protect it from the encroachments of the County and avaricious developers, and to preserve our special community and the natural mountain environment with which Brisbane is blessed.  Everyone who has enjoyed living in Brisbane owes Jess Salmon a big debt of gratitude."
 

Jess C. Salmon
1925 - 2014
Beloved Founding Father

 

A Memorial service is planned for Saturday, August 16th at 10:30am at Mission Blue Center (475 Mission Blue Drive, Brisbane).

Pavement Condition Inspection

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Beginning Tuesday, August 12th, and concluding on the 15th, an inspector will be performing a pavement condition inspection of all streets in Brisbane.  The inspection will be used in the StreetSaver pavement management software program that helps our Public Works Department determine streets for pavement maintenance projects.  The inspector may be seen on city streets driving at slow speeds or stopping to measure and record quantities of cracks and imperfections on the roads' surface.  Therefore, please exercise caution when traveling around them.  We appreciate your patience while this work is being completed.  For any questions about this pavement condition inspection work, please call the Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130.

Massage Ordinance Update

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On May 21, 2014, information was provided on the City's website about the Massage Ordinance that the City Council would be considering at their June 19, 2014 meeting.  At that meeting, the City Council unanimously adopted Ordinance No. 585, adding Chapter 8.10 to Title 8 of the Municipal Code concerning “Massage Regulations.”  In essence, this ordinance mandates that all persons offering massage services within the City, whether in a massage establishment, or in a home-based business, hold a Certificate of Registration.  The Ordinance applies to both Certified Massage Therapists (CMTs) and Certified Massage Practitioners (CMPs).  The Certificate of Registration can either be obtained from the State via the California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC), or from the City via the Brisbane Police Department.  In the event of the expiration of a Certificate of Registration - whether due to the Certificate Holder's not renewing or failing to timely renew the Certificate - the Certificate holder must immediately cease all massage-related functions.  For any questions, feel free to contact Sgt. Mario Garcia at (415) 508-2178 or Officer Abraham Sevilla at 508-2181 ext. 549.

Water Tank Maintenance

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You may notice that starting tomorrow at approximately 8:00am, some water will be discharged from the various water tanks around town.  This work is necessary to ensure that our customers continue to have the best quality water delivered to their home or business.

The Public Works staff is constantly working to balance the highest quality of our drinking water with the storage requirements for our peak customer demands, while still making sure there is also enough supply on-hand for emergency situations.  In addition, the impacts from the lower overall use from our customers during the current drought and the warmer weather have placed additional demands on our system.  These additional demands require us to manually circulate and flush our storage tanks, both of which would typically occur on their own under normal operating conditions and customer demands.

The Public Works Department will continue to monitor and maintain the City's water distribution system and update its customers as necessary.  If you have any questions about the work being performed, please contact the Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130.  Thank you for your patience and understanding as this necessary work is being performed.

Communicate With Your City

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Have you ever been walking around town and noticed a sidewalk tripping hazard, or a street tree that needs to be cut back?  Well, did you know you can report it right then and there to the City so it can be taken care of?  Since late 2011, the City has been using GORequest to keep track of service requests that have been submitted by the community.  You can download the app, GORequest (short for Government Outreach), on your iPhone or Android device.  If you don't have a smartphone, you can submit the service request online.

Last year, the City received 252 service requests via GORequest.  It's obvious that your fellow residents are seeing the benefit of using it.  So next time you see something around town on city property that needs fixing, don't hesitate to let us know about it!

Uservoice is another online platform that you can use to communicate with the City.  It's also been around a few years, with the most heightened amount of activity taking place on it when the Community Park playground was in its redesign phase.  You can access Uservoice by clicking on the red tab entitled "Public Forum & Feedback" located on every page of the website.  Clicking on it brings you to a pop-up window that looks a lot like this:

 

Different from GORequest, which is used for submitting a service request to the City, Uservoice can be used if you have an idea that you'd like the City Council and staff to consider.  If you see an idea you like, you can vote on it, and all the ideas with the most votes will rise to the top of the page.  So it's an easy way to see what your fellow community members are interested in.  The Council will be sent a weekly summary of all the activity that takes place on Uservoice, as they're posted, so you know your ideas will be heard.

We hope this gives you a better idea of the tools that are available for you to use, and in what situations, and above all, that you do take advantage of them!

August 2014 Marina Newsletter

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Click here to read the August 2014 Marina Newsletter

August 2014 CityNews

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Click here to read the August 2014 CityNews.

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Posted 8/8/2014

Jess C. Salmon
1925 - 2014
Beloved founding father
Memorial service: Sat. Aug. 16th at
Mission Blue Center, 10:30am


Posted 8/4/2014


Water Bills are
Due August 5th

City Of Brisbane
Associate Planner Wanted
Apply by August 20
www.calopps.org

 

 

 

Sponh Ranch Design Workshop

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UPDATE: Friday, 8/1, 12:33PM - Spohn Ranch has set up an online forum via Facebook to garner feedback from the community about the design of the new skatepark.  Click here to view the group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/brisbaneskatepark and request to join!

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Skatepark design consultant Sponh Ranch was at City Hall yesterday facilitating a design workshop from 5:00pm - 7:00pm.  About 20 participants first listened to a presentation by Sponh Ranch, which focused on their experience and parameters to consider when designing a skatepark.  They showed aerial photos of three city properties taken with their camera drone which included the existing skatepark site, the Teen Center site, and the eastern end of the Community Park.  After a short question and answer period, the attendees filled out a survey regarding their use of the skatepark and the types of features they'd like to see in a future skatepark.  Finally, attendees were given an outline of the existing skatepark and asked to draw, doodle, or in any written way convey what their ideal skatepark would look like.

If you weren't able to attend last night's workshop but wanted to still fill out a survey, you can still do so.  Just download the 4-page survey form and send it to Karen Kinser, Senior Civil Engineer, at kkinser@ci.brisbane.ca.us or fax it to her at (415) 467-4989.  You can also drop it off to the Public Works Dept. at City Hall: 50 Park Place, Brisbane.

In the next week or two, Spohn Ranch will be setting up a Facebook page to garner even more feedback from the community.  Stay tuned!

Statewide Water Regulation

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A couple weeks ago we posted about the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) approving a statewide emergency conservation regulation to reduce outdoor water use.  On Tuesday, July 28, 2014, that emergency regulation went into effect.  With this regulation, violators can face fines of up to $500 for each day any of the following occur(s): 

Prohibited Activities:

  1. Watering outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes excessive runoff to adjacent property and/or non-permeable surfaces.
  2. Washing a motor vehicle with a hose that does not have an automatic shut-off nozzle.
  3. Using potable (or drinking) water to wash down driveways and sidewalks.
  4. Using potable water in a decorative water feature, unless the water is recirculated.

Next Steps:

The City is reviewing the new regulations to understand any additional prohibitions we may need to enforce, and we will send a flyer out to every water customer once we have determined all the actions that need to be taken.  We ask everyone to comply with these restrictions during this time of drought.

Need more information?

To speak to someone in the City Water Department, or to report observed violations of the prohibitions, please call (415) 508-2130.

Fact Sheet on Approved Regulations

3:00am 7/29 Outbound Flight

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UPDATE 8/2, 6:05PM - We received the following quick response from SFO Airport Director John Martin.

UPDATE 8/1, 10:19AM: Congresswoman Jackie Speier's office sent this letter to SFO Director John Martin and the FAA yesterday and are awaiting a response.  Also, the FAA Data page on the City's website has been updated with July's flight data provided by the FAA.

UPDATE 7/30, 2:09PM: The Aircraft Noise Abatement Office informed the City today that it was able to determine that the pilot of Kalitta Flight CKS2837 accepted the Quiet Six Departure.  The plane took off on Runway 28R (oriented East/West), but after a slower than typical climb rate, made a right turn later than preferred, thus overflying South San Francisco, San Bruno Mtn., and Brisbane.  The Aircraft Noise Abatement Office will be working with Kalitta more closely so that the airline can become more familiar with the communities surrounding the airport and fly over the commercial/industrial segments of the northern Peninsula (east of 101) and not disturb the residents. 

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Many if not all residents were awoken to an extremely low-flying plane at approximately 3am today.  Bert Ganoug, Manager of SFO’s Aircraft Noise Abatement Office responded to the City’s inquiry that this was a cargo plane departing SFO, currently en route to Seoul, South Korea.  Flight CKS2837 departed SFO at 2:57am as a FedEx flight (FDX37) was departing OAK for Anchorage International.  Flight CKS2837 crossed over San Bruno Mtn. at approximately 2,055 ft. above sea level.

The Aircraft Noise Abatement Office is just getting into their investigation since the event happened after midnight and the full data will not be in their system until tomorrow morning.  When they give us their update, we’ll be sure to post it here as an update at the top of this post.  Thank you in advance for your patience.

Noise data reports from the FAA are posted to the City's website on the FAA Data page and months March - June were added today.

Mission Blue Exterior Lighting

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As part of the City's 2014-15 Budget, the Council approved funding for energy-saving measures at City recreational facilities.  Starting tomorrow, Tuesday July 29th, Mission Blue Center will have its 26 exterior/landscape and 11 parking lot lights replaced with LEDs.  The work is anticipated to be completed on Wednesday, July 30.  Working with Ecology Action and San Mateo County Energy Watch, the City will be able to take advantage of an energy efficiency rebate that will cover 24% of the total project cost.  Estimated 1st year savings are $1,112.46, making payback only 4.11 years.  Similar to the LED lighting retrofit at the Fire Station, the city will be paying for the project with energy savings, otherwise known as On-Bill Financing.  This financing tool is an option that PG&E offers to help organizations implement energy saving projects without needing to pay any up-front out-of-pocket investment.  Now that's a win-win situation!  For any questions about this project, please call the Public Works Dept. at (415) 508-2130.

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Posted 7/30/2014


Did you know…
You can submit service requests
to the City with the app GORequest?
More info: www.brisbaneca.org

 

Did you know…
You can submit your ideas to the City Council
with Uservoice?
More info: www.brisbaneca.org

 

Remember to Lock your Car

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Over the past couple of months we have had an increase of minor “opportunist” crimes in the residential neighborhoods. These crimes usually involve the theft of some loose change or misc. personal items taken from unlocked vehicles. In one recent case, the person used the garage remote in the vehicle to gain entry into the garage.

Brisbane is without a doubt a very safe place to live and the police department is dedicated to keeping things that way. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t those out there that want to change this. No matter how attractive the notion is of being able to leave your doors and windows unlocked, we live in a world where these actions will be taken advantage of by people looking for this type of opportunity.

We would like to remind everyone to please lock your vehicles when unattended, and to secure your homes, even when at home. 

More importantly, we ask that you keep your eyes and ears open to what’s going on in your neighborhood. Nobody knows better than you if something looks suspicious. If something or someone gets your attention, give us a call immediately by dialing 911. Don’t be shy! The police department will never criticize you for reporting what you honestly believe to be a problem or suspicious activity. You know the saying; “Better safe than sorry.” If the incident is in progress, Dial 911. Other non-emergency reports can be made directly to the dispatch center at (415) 467-1212.

The police department stands behind its motto: “In Partnership with the Community.” Together we can continue to keep Brisbane the great community that it is today.

Introducing New Staff

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Many of you have probably already seen these faces around town and at City Hall, but earlier today a Swearing In Ceremony was held for the City's newest appointments and recent promotions.

Kessel Crockett – Maintenance Worker I

Angel Ibarra - Office Specialist

Joe Friars - Public Works Team Leader

Tricia Vaccaro - Administrative Assistant

We are happy to see these new additions to the City and know they will be putting their best foot forward in providing quality services to the community!

Repaving of Street Sections

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We will improve the condition of a number of streets in Brisbane by repaving them starting in September.  This does mean that traffic on specific roads will be impacted while work is occurring.  Each resident or business within the project limits will receive written notifice approximately one week in advance and again 24 hours before the start of the project.  Notification for parking restrictions will be provided 72 hours in advance.  Traffic will be accommodated during this time.  The street sections that will be repaired include the following:

Humboldt Rd from Placer Way to Kings Rd

Mendocino St from San Bruno Ave to Visitacion Ave

Mendocino St from Visitacion Ave to Solano St

Plumas St from San Francisco Ave to Mariposa St

Ross Way from Glen Parkway to Sierra Point Rd

Solano St from Mendocino St to End of Cul-de-sac

Tunnel Ave: small section at north end of bridge

Tulare St from San Bruno Ave to End of Cul-de-sac
 

More information regarding the location and corresponding dates for work on each street section will be provided closer to the start date of the project.  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.

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Posted 7/24/2014


City of Brisbane – Now Hiring
Aquatic Recreation Program Coordinator
Apply by August 7, 2014
www.calopps.org

 

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