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Human Investment Project, or HIP Housing, is a non-profit, affordable housing organization in San Mateo County. They offer a Home Sharing Program with the goal of matching persons seeking housing with those that have a room to rent within their home. Check out their January 2017 housing flyers for seekers (partial list of persons seeking housing as of January 2017) and providers (partial list of rooms available as of January 2017). Contact HIP Housing at (650) 348-6660 with any questions. If you find a housemate through HIP Housing, 90 days later you receive $250!
Adult Oil Painting Class
Starts Tues., Jan 17th
6pm-8:30pm, Mission Blue Ctr.
For More Info: (415)286-3707
Club Rec – One Day Camps
Mon., January 23rd
Fri., February 17th
Wed., Jan. 11th, 5:30pm
City Hall, Comm. Meeting Rm.
In Loving Memory of
William (Bill) Green
1929 – 2016
Brisbane Resident Since 1965
Check out the newly-revamped site, www.smcready.org, where you can get connected, gather supplies, read stories, and make a plan for you and your loved ones. We also want to take this opportunity to stress that in the event of a major emergency, the City will be utilizing SMCAlert to notify the Community of any emergency information. If you haven't already done so, please sign up today!
Registration is now open for two new Sustainability Academy offerings beginning in January, 2017!
The County of San Mateo’s Sustainability Academy (Academy) is a no-cost education and outreach program designed to raise awareness around sustainability and empower our San Mateo County community members with the knowledge and skills to promote resource conservation in their communities. The Academy courses are taught by local experts and offer participants access to cutting-edge sustainability information and best practices. The courses are a great way for you to get involved with sustainability projects in your community, build leadership skills, and meet new people who share the same interest! Click here to go to the Office of Sustainability's website to learn more and register for a course and/or webinar today!
Early this morning, at 6:23am, nine fire engines responded to an apartment building structure fire at 34 Visitacion Ave. There were no sustained injuries to firefighters or residents, with the cause of the fire under investigation by the North County Fire Authority Prevention Services Bureau. Read the full press release here.
This morning, Public Works crews were out fixing potholes on Tunnel Ave. A contractor had been hired to make longer-term fixes to the roadway, but rains precluded them from being able to start the work this week. They are scheduled to start repairing the identified, necessary potholes on Bayshore & Sierra Point Parkway next week when it's currently forecast to be dry.
And just a little bit of trivia: Tunnel Avenue from the county line down to just past Golden State Lumber is the city's responsibility. Tunnel Avenue south of that point to its intersection with Lagoon Way is private. UPC owns the roadway, allows the public to use it, and maintains it.
The Open Space and Ecology Committee is endeavoring to provide the community with one climate fact each week. These facts are to call community awareness to global warming impacts as a measure of the Climate Action Plan of the City of Brisbane.
is endeavoring to provide to the community one climate fact each week. These facts are to call community awareness to global warming impacts as a measure - See more at: http://www.brisbaneca.org/climate-fact-22#sthash.MACBypYY.dpuThese facts are to call community awareness to global warming impacts as a measure of the City's Climate Action Plan.
Climate Facts will begin again sometime in the new year and are currently on hiatus.