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This year's Habitat Restoration Day will be on Saturday, April 25th from 9am - 1pm at the cross-section of San Mateo Ln. and Kings Rd.
Celebrate Earth Day by helping keep Brisbane's native habitat pristine. Join the City of Brisbane’s Open Space and Ecology Committee and the Parks and Recreation Commission, in partnership with San Bruno Mountain Watch, as they celebrate Earth Day by helping remove invasive, non-native plants from habitat. Parking is limited, carpooling is encouraged. Free lunch and t-shirt! Click here to view the event flyer.
To RSVP and/or if you have any questions concerning the event, contact Natalie: email@example.com or (415) 508-2118.
The deadline for citizens to offer feedback on the SamTrans Service Plan has been extended to April 26. An online survey regarding the systemwide changes implemented by the SSP was originally set to close on April 12. The survey can be found at www.samtrans.com/servicesurvey and should take about 10 minutes complete. The questions are available in both English and Spanish.
Citizens are encouraged to fill out this important survey. This is a quick and short survey in which SamTrans is seeking input from their riders - they need to know how the recent service changes affect their travel needs. Input is sought from riders on all Routes including Route 292, shown above.
Your assistance will be very much appreciated. Deadline for this survey is this Sunday, April 26, 2015.
City of Brisbane
12th Annual Habitat Restoration Day
Sat., April 25, 9am-1pm, San Mateo Ln & Kings Rd.
Lunch, T-Shirt and Shuttle Service Provided
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-508-2118
Spring Thing School Fundraiser
This Sat., April 25, 6pm - Midnight
One Tower Place, SSF
Shuttle Service Available
Info/Tix: www.thebestpto.org or 415-606-4604
Brisbane A.Y.S.O. Soccer
Registration Day &
Sun., April 26, 9:30 -11:30 am, 185 Visitacion
Brisbane Baylands Comm. Advisory Group
Tues., April 21, 7 pm, Comm. Ctr.
Guest: Ian Wren, Staff Scientist, Baykeeper
Brisbane Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT), assisted by Pacifica and Daly City CERT personnel, will participate in the San Mateo County Health Department’s “Silver Dragon” exercise on April 23, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon, to simulate the mass delivery of medicine and medical supplies to homes in Brisbane following a mass public health-related emergency. Participation in the countywide exercise will assess readiness to provide timely medical assistance in the event of a major health emergency such as pandemic influenza, a food or water-borne illness, or the intentional release of a bio-agent.
This is the 9th year the exercise has been conducted in San Mateo County to test the Health System's ability to partner with local cities, law enforcement, fire departments, the American Red Cross and CERT teams for a simulated mass delivery of medicine from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Strategic National Stockpile,. Validation of door-to-door distribution capabilities of medication during an actual health emergency will be accomplished by CERT teams distributing re-usable, eco-friendly shopping bags packed with educational information to approximately 1/3 of Brisbane residences.
At last night's City Council meeting, Seth Baruch, Program Consultant for the County of San Mateo, presented on the value of the County having a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program to potentially pool (or aggregate) the electricity demand within the County in order to purchase and potentially develop power on behalf of the local residents, businesses, and municipal facilities. Click here or the image above to view his full Powerpoint presentation. You can also watch his presentation on the City's website, which begins at approximately 6:35.
On February 24, 2015 the Board of Supervisors approved funding to conduct a County-wide technical study to assess the feasibility of CCA for San Mateo County. The technical study will:
- determine the size of a potential CCA
- forcast future energy demands
- assess availability of renewable energy resources
- assess the ability of a potential CCA to be competitive in short term and long term market conditions
- develop different scenarios and predict their impact on greenhouse emission reduction, job creation, etc.
- analyze potential risk in CCA formation
The technical study is tentatively set to be completed by August 2015. The results from the study will be used to determine if the County and any interested municipalities should form a CCA. Also at last night's meeting, the Council appointed Councilmembers Liu and Conway to serve as the City's Representative and Alternate, respectively, on the newly formed Countywide Advisory Committee to provide input on matters relating to the formation, structure and governance of the Community Choice Aggregation Program.
If you'd like to read more about the CCA program, please view their Office of Sustainability's webpage, which also contains links to CCA Resources. For any questions about the CCA program or the technical study that's currently being conducted, please contact Kirsten Pringle, Sustainability Fellow, at email@example.com or (650) 363-4088.
Recology is proposing to modernize and expand its Tunnel Avenue facility straddling the Brisbane/San Francisco border to provide additional capacity to recycle and process different streams of refuse with the goal of completely eliminating waste materials going to a landfill.
The City of Brisbane will be preparing an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to study the environmental impacts of the proposed project. As the first step in this process, the City has published a Notice of Preparation (NOP) which identifies environmental topics to be addressed in the forthcoming EIR. You are invited to review the NOP and comment on what environmental topics should be addressed in the forthcoming EIR. Comments can be provided either electronically to RecologyNOP@ci.brisbane.ca.us, or by mail to:
John Swiecki, AICP
Community Development Director
City of Brisbane
50 Park Place
Brisbane, CA 94005
The time period to respond to this NOP is from April 14 through May 13, 2015.
Additionally, an EIR scoping meeting will take place on Thursday, April 30th at 7:00pm in the Community Meeting Room at City Hall: 50 Park Place, Brisbane. The public is invited to attend and provide input either verbally or in writing regarding what environmental issues should be addressed in the forthcoming EIR. If you are not able to make the scoping meeting, then please submit your input either electronically or by mail, using the same contact information indicated above.
The application for the Brisbane Lions Club's Scholastic Achievement Awards is now available!
The Brisbane Lions Club serves our community in many ways. One of the most important is the support of education. Through the efforts of their members and the support of our community, they offer awards to those who are pursuing higher education. Last year the Lions were able to direct $25,000 total to 23 deserving students.
Click here for the application, due Sunday, April 19, 2015.
Applicants must be current Brisbane residents for one year or longer - exceptions: living away at school with parent(s) or guardian living in Brisbane, or serving as a member of the U.S. military. Please confirm your eligibility status by contacting the committee prior to submitting your application by e-mailing Brisbanelionscholars@gmail.com.
City of Brisbane
12th Annual Habitat Restoration Day
Sat., Apr. 25, 9 am - 1 pm, Kings Rd. and San Mateo Lane
Lunch & T-shirts for Volunteers
Info: 508-2143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brisbane Lions Club
Available on City Website, Library or by request
Apply by April 19th
Brisbane Police Department
April is Distracted Driver
Do not text or use hand held devices while driving
Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
M,W & F, Apr 13 - July 10, 9:45-10:45 am
Comm. Pk. Gazebo, Info: 415.508.2140
Go Solar at a Discount!
Peninsula SunShares Workshop
Sat., Apr. 11, 12:30 - 2 pm, Comm. Ctr.
More Info: www.brisbaneca.org
The City of Brisbane is a member agency of HEART, whose mission is to is to raise funds from public and private sources to meet critical housing needs. Take advantage of one of their FREE First Time Homebuyer Workshops and find out how you can qualify to buy a home in San Mateo County with only 5% down and no PMI. This is the HEART downpayment loan and Meriwest Mortgage Program.
HEART finances the construction, rehabilitation and purchase of homes affordable to middle- and low-income employees of local businesses, as well as seniors and other fixed-income residents. HEART provides three types of financing:
- short-term predevelopment or construction loans to finance multifamily housing;
- long-term loans for affordable rental housing; and
- homebuyer assistance loans.
For more information about HEART, please contact them at (650) 872-4444 or email@example.com.
Due to a vacancy on the Planning Commission, applications are now being accepted to fill a term through January 2018.
The Planning Commission is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council on re-zonings and amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and the City's General Plan. The Commission typically reviews and acts upon applications for Use Permits, Design Permits, Variances and Sign Permits.
How to apply:
Applications are available for download here on the City's website or by calling Sheri Spediacci at (415) 508-2113. Applications must be received by April 15th at 5:00pm.