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The deadline to drop off new, unwrapped toys has been extended to Friday, December 20th. Please bring them to City Hall (50 Park Place, Brisbane) by 1:00pm where the collection bin is set just inside the front entrance. All donations will be used locally to help needy families in Brisbane. Monetary donations are also welcome. To do so or for any questions, please contact Recreation Supervisor Russ Carmick at 415-508-2143. Thank you and Happy Holidays!!
If you love birding, you won't want to miss the Golden Gate Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count, taking place on San Bruno Mtn. Friday, December 27th. The group will meet at 8:00am in the San Bruno Mtn. State Park parking lot and bird the mountain in the morning. After lunch, they will go down to the Brisbane Lagoon area and the Bay. The plan is to finish up by 4:30pm, and then head to the Presidio for a dinner catered by Hayes & Kebab. More information about this fun day can be found by clicking here. Be sure to register online for this free event (indicate you want to be in the San Bruno Group - Area 12) by Friday, December 6th (you can also come on count day and be signed up on the spot). Lastly, please bring your own lunch and liquids and dress in layers. For any questions, please contact Helen McKenna Ridley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-516-5513.
On Thursday, December 5, a contractor will be placing plastic, held in place with sandbags, on the slope along San Bruno Avenue (west of Gladys Avenue) as a temporary sediment and erosion control measure before this season's rains (a photo of a similar repair can be seen to the right). The area has recently shown signs of erosion, and the measure is meant to prevent a slope failure. On Thursday, the uphill lane of traffic will be closed during the work, but the contractor will be on-site with flagman to allow traffic through the work area one direction at a time. Minor delays can be expected, and we appreciate your cooperation as this necessary work is performed. If you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at (415) 508-2130.
We’re looking for local photographers interested in being a part of the 50th anniversary history book. Brisbane residents are asked to submit their best photo that shows the City of Brisbane with the famous stars shown throughout our city on homes and businesses. Photos for the cover of the book will be accepted at City Hall now until the deadline of January 8, 2014 (8:00pm). Contest winner will receive a $500 reward.
Contest Rules: You must be a Brisbane resident to enter. Each contestant may enter 3 - 5 photos. Special permission to use a photo for City of Brisbane publication and marketing will be asked for once the photo is chosen. All photos remain the property of the artist. All photos submitted must be a 300 dpi (high resolution) at 8.75" x 11.25" digital photo file. JPEGs are preferred and should not be heavily compressed. TIFF format is also acceptable. Photos sent by e-mail must be a 72 dpi less than .5 MB image (but available at the larger size stated above) and sent to: email@example.com or drop off or send in your entry with your name, address, phone and e-mail address to:
Brisbane City Hall
Attn. History Book Photo Contest
50 Park Place
Brisbane, CA 94005
We look forward to seeing all your great shots of the stars in Brisbane!
The City Council Meeting and Reorganization will be held on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the Brisbane Community Room, 50 Park Place.
All are invited to say thank you to outgoing Mayor Miller, Congratulate newly re-elected Councilmembers Clarke Conway & Cliff Lentz, and to Welcome Newly Elected Councilmember Lori Liu. The New Council will also choose their next Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem.
Refreshments will be served immediately following the ceremonies.
The Brisbane City Council has extended the deadline to provide written comments on the Brisbane Baylands Draft Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIR) from November 22, 2013 to January 24, 2014. Comments must be received no later than Friday at 1:00 p.m. when City Hall closes.
Please submit written comments on the Draft EIR to:
John Swiecki, AICP, Community Development Director
City of Brisbane
50 Park Place, Brisbane, CA 94005
or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Written responses shall be provided to all comments on the Draft EIR received by the deadline of 1:00 p.m., January 24, 2014. Please remember that comments should be focused on the draft EIR and the information contained therein.
Please check “New Information” on the City’s website for further updates:
Annual Winter Clean-Up - November 16 and 17th
The Annual Winter Clean-Up is scheduled for this weekend, November 16 and 17th. This is the time to clear your property of fallen leaves and branches which could find their way into one of the City’s storm drains and cause flooding during the rainy season.
Dumpsters will be placed throughout town for residents to dispose of their yard waste.
Please place your yard trimmings and branches (less than 4 inches in diameter and NOT within plastic garbage bags) into the nearest-located dumpster. A map of the dumpster locations is available at http://goo.gl/maps/JM9hT
If you need assistance, we will have limited staff available to transport your yard waste to one of the dumpsters. For assistance, please call (415) 508-2146 during the following times:
Saturday, November 16: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday, November 17: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Please remember that this is for YARD WASTE ONLY (leaves, branches, grass). NO GARBAGE OR OTHER WASTE is to be disposed of in these dumpsters. Doing so will make the entire load unrecyclable.
As a reminder, do not attempt to trim tree branches that are touching or near PG&E power lines. Call PG&E if you have any questions or concerns at (800) 743-5000. If you have other questions regarding tree removal in general, see the Tree Removal Permit page on our website or call 508-2115.
Thank you in advance for your willingness and cooperation in this City-wide effort. If we all pitch in to clean up our properties from yard trimmings and fallen leaves, we can prevent future problems from occurring during the winter rains.
New Service Now Available to San Mateo County Residents
211 is toll-free, confidential, multi-lingual and available 24/7. Call 211 to find information about food, housing, health care, senior services, child care, legal aid and much more.
211 utilizes the records of the CIP database to provide their referrals for San Mateo County.
Need help in this struggling economy? Check out some resources that might help you with trouble in your career, mortgage, healthcare and other topics during these challenging times. Visit plsinfo.org/Community-Resources-FAQ for links to Community Resources as compiled by local PLS Reference Librarians.
Community Information Handbook 2013
CIP is pleased to announce the release of the Community Information Handbook 2013. We understand the importance of providing our users with the most accurate and up-to-date information possible in these challenging times when the demand for social services is at an all-time high. If you haven’t already received copies, call us at 650-349-5538 or email email@example.com to order your free copies or check our “Publications” section.
Resource Bulletin Transitions into E-Blasts
Due to recent budget cuts, CIP is no longer able to produce and send E-Blasts. Many of the submissions we received were calendar items rather than news articles; please check the CIP Community Calendar page in our Publications section for lists of other options to promote community events.
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The Community Information Program (CIP) provides information on nonprofit and public services available to people who live or work in San Mateo County, California.
For over 35 years, CIP has answered questions for social workers, teachers, nonprofit agency staff, health care professionals, counselors and clergy, as well as the general public through their local library.