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At last week’s Public Works Officers Institute Conference held in Sacramento, Brisbane Public Works Director/City Engineer, Randy Breault, was presented with the 2014 James L. Martin award from the League of California Cities Public Works Officers Department. The award was created to honor an outstanding member of the Public Works profession and is one of the highest accolades bestowed by the League of California Cities. Nominated by his professional peers, Randy was selected as the State’s top Public Works professional. In the left-hand photo, he is shown second from the left with Larry Patterson, City Manager of the City of San Mateo; Keith Cooke, President of the Public Works Department of the League of California Cities; and Scott McGolpin, President of the County Engineers Association of California (CEAC). Congratulations, Randy, we are fortunate to have your leadership, expertise, and commitment to public service in Brisbane!
To learn more about this award of The League of California Cities, please visit: www.cacities.org.
Interested in becoming a lifeguard at the Brisbane Community Pool? Now is the time to be trained by the best!
Participants must have the ability to swim 300 yds. continuously, be able to retrieve a 10 lb. object from 8 ft. deep, swim 20 yds. with the the object, and tread water for 2 minutes using only legs.
Location: Brisbane Community Pool (2 Solano St., Brisbane)
Age: 15 yrs. and older
Training Dates: Mondays, April 7 & 14, 5-9pm | Wednesdays, April 9 & 16, 5-9pm | Saturday, April 12, 9am-4pm and Saturday, April 19, 9am - 2pm
Registration: Parks and Recreation Office (City Hall, 2nd fl, 50 Park Place, Brisbane) or online. Click here to view the training flyer.
For more information, contact Recreation Supervisor Steve Beaty at (415) 508-2144 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The City of Brisbane is currently updating its Housing Element for 2015-2022. The Housing Element is one of the seven State-mandated elements of the City's General Plan. The Housing Element, as the City's framework for developing and preserving housing, addresses various issues, including affordability, supply, accessibility, maintenance and rehabilitation. The process for updating the Housing Element also provides a vehicle for establishing and updating housing and land-use strategies reflective of changing needs, resources, and conditions. The Planning Commission is currently holding study sessions on updating the Housing Element chapter by chapter, and the public is encouraged to attend. Below is the tentative workshop schedule, culminating in a Public Hearing in mid-June:
4/10: Chapter I “Preparation of the 2015-2022 Housing Element” & Appendices A, B & C
4/24: Chapter III “Land Inventory and Identification of Adequate Sites for Regional Housing Needs” & Appendices E & F
5/8: Chapter VI “Housing Goals, Quantifiable Objectives, Policies and Programs” & Appendices D & G
5/22: Continuation of Chapter VI “Housing Goals, Quantifiable Objectives, Policies and Programs” & Appendices D & G
6/12: Public Hearing
For more information, please go to the 2015-2022 Housing Element page on the City's website as it will be regularly updated with agendas and meeting videos. Also, if you would like to be added to the City's e-mail distribution list to receive news and information related to the 2015-2022 Housing Element, please send an e-mail to Angel Ibarra in the Planning Department at email@example.com .
Get your name on the 2014 Concerts in the Park Banner by being a 2014 Sponsor! This is the banner that will be displayed at the Gazebo in the weeks leading up to the Concerts, which will be running every Friday night in August this year. Steve Beaty, Recreation Supervisor, is taking donations through 12:00pm Friday, May 2, 2014. Contact him by calling (415) 508-2144 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Don't delay!
It's not too late to pledge to take a commute alternative (carpool, vanpool, transit, ferry, bicycle or walk) to, from or through San Mateo County to work a minimum of 8 times during March and April for a chance to win great prizes at the end of the campaign period (April 30, 2014). There are also weekly raffles, so the sooner you pledge, the more chances you'll have to win one of the weekly prizes, including Kindle e-readers and gift cards. For complete rules of eligibility and information about the campaign, visit www.commute.org or call (650) 588-8170. You can also click here for a pledge form.
Design Firms - please see the Bids & RFPs page for all submitted questions and responses from the City.
Once all the proposals have been received, the joint subcommittee of the Parks & Recreation Commission (Teen Services) and the City Council (City Facilities) will meet with staff to review the proposals and determine which one is best suited for our community. A contract with the recommended design firm will be brought to Council at a future meeting for approval. We are well on our way to providing the Brisbane Community with a concrete skatepark geared towards beginner and intermediate skaters!
Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
To Teach Weekend Children's Classes
Information: (415) 508-2143
Family Game Day
Sat., Mar 29, 1 pm, 250 Visitacion Ave
Old Fashioned Family Fun For All Ages
Brisbane Parks and Recreation Dept.
Men's & Co-ed Softball
Teams Still Needed!
Information: (415) 508-2143
Live at Mission Blue Presents
Sat., Mar 22nd, 7:30 pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
Starting Thursday, March 20, 2014, Administrative Services Director/ Deputy City Manager Stuart Schillinger will get to experience what it’s like to be a City Manager, as he becomes the Interim City Manager for the City of Half Moon Bay. Stuart’s new assignment is expected to last for approximately the next four months as Half Moon Bay conducts a comprehensive search for a permanent replacement. Their former City Manager needed to step down from her position due to family reasons, but not before recommending her colleague, Stuart, for the role. And Stuart was no stranger to the Half Moon Bay City Council. Back in 2010-11, Stuart helped the city with their budget, which they were able to adopt by fiscal year-end. There is no doubt to the high level of professionalism, experience, and leadership Stuart possesses and will bring to Half Moon Bay.
However, it will not be as if Stuart won’t be seen in and around Brisbane City Hall. He will continue to assist the City during his interim assignment by delivering the proposed 2014/15 proposed budget, working on a couple of special Finance assignments, and overseeing the Open Space & Ecology program. As far as logistics goes, Stuart will be in Half Moon Bay four days out of the week, and in Brisbane City Hall on Wednesdays for regular business hours, 8:00am – 8:00pm. So, this isn’t goodbye, but best of luck in your new assignment, and we’ll see you soon!
Each year, PG&E assesses which trees have grown enough in the past year to impact their high-voltage transmission lines. Once determined, they apply for a permit with the City's Public Works Department since the trees are in the public right-of-way. The City granted PG&E's permit, and therefore PG&E will be trimming and removing trees no greater than 10" in diameter in various locations along Bayshore and one along Crocker Park Recreational Trail this week. Two of the trees are 10" diamater Coast Live Oaks on Bayshore near San Bruno Ave. Part of the City's mitigation efforts requires contractors to replant a tree per City standards should they remove any tree 30 inches in circumference (9.5 ft. in diameter), or greater. For any questions, please contact the City's Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130.