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Summer Concert Schedule Update
Aug. 5th, Soul Society
Aug. 12th, Urban Outlaws
Aug. 19th, Andre Thierry
The Collective Camp - Roar
M-F / 6AM / 30 MIN+ / 18YRS+ WOMEN
STARTS MONDAY AUG 8th!
Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
10th Annual Brisbane Derby
Saturday, September 24th
Kids Ages 6-14, Sign up today!
Calling All Arts & Crafts Vendors!
Now Accepting Applications for
Day in the Park on 9/24, 10am-3pm
Contact Parks & Recreation to Apply
The City of Brisbane is currently accepting applications for the position of Recreation Leader. Interested candidates must submit a completed online or paper employment application. Information about the job qualifications, salary and hours, application process, and selection process can be found here.
Bay Area Cities Launch Group Solar and Electric Vehicle Buy Program to Lower Cost of Purchasing Solar and EVs for Local Residents
Brisbane, CA - The City of Brisbane is joining other nearby cities in an initiative called Bay Area SunShares, similar to last year’s program Peninsula SunShares, it’s an effort that will encourage many more Bay Area homeowners to go solar and fossil fuel free.
The Bay Area SunShares program allows local residents to pool their purchasing power and receive bulk discounts for installing solar systems, and receive a discount on select electric vehicles. Free community workshops, beginning in August, will be held in different venues over the next three months to explain the program and help people enroll in Bay Area SunShares. Brisbane's workshop takes place on: Wednesday, August 31 from 5:30 - 6:30pm and Saturday, October 8 from 10am – 11am in the Community Meeting room at City Hall (50 Park Place) Register for a workshop here.
The 2016 Bay Area SunShares program is available for homeowners living in the City of Brisbane or those working in participating communities but living throughout the nine Bay Area counties. Multiple financing options are being offered including direct purchase, leasing, power purchase agreements and Property Assessed Clean Energy financing.
Qualified property owners will receive a free site evaluation to determine the suitability of their property. If their site is suitable, they will receive a no obligation proposal and can install a system at substantial cost savings from three local solar installers: Sunrun, Inc. Skytech Solar and Solar 4 America Petersen Dean were selected by the Bay Area SunShares community evaluation committee following a rigorous Request for Proposals process that vetted potential vendors. Two car dealers were also selected through this process: Nissan and Toyota. To take advantage of the volume discount, participants must sign a contract with one of the selected installers or purchase a vehicle by November 11, 2016.
At the free workshops, local experts will explain how solar and electric vehicles work and answer questions to help residents decide whether solar energy is right for their home and an electric vehicle is suitable for one’s vehicle needs. The workshops will also cover information about federal tax credits and financing options available that will help homeowners install solar and save on their utility bills for years to come.
Attending a workshop is not a requirement for participation in the program. Bay Area SunShares kicked off today, August 3rd, and interested homeowners can visit the program website to sign-up and view a list of scheduled events.
Similar SunShares programs have been launched throughout the Bay Area resulting in hundreds of new solar installations and more than 3.4 megawatts of residential solar capacity. The SunShares program is based on successful models developed by the cities of Portland and San Jose in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy. In just the past few years, successful campaigns have spread from Oregon and California across the country to Colorado, Illinois and New York.
Bay Area SunShares is being administered by the San Francisco Business Council on Climate Change (a fiscally sponsored project of the 501(c)3 organization, Community Initiatives), on behalf of a group of cities, counties, major employers, and membership organizations.
For more information please visit the Bay Area SunSunshares website here
Tthe 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.
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On June 20th, 2016 the City informed the Brisbane community that it had recently received notification from CYO (the provider of bus service from Brisbane to Terra Nova and Oceana High Schools) that it will not be able to provide service in the upcoming school year. City staff researched alternatives and presented options to City Council on Thursday, June 30. Council directed staff to enter into contract with an alternative vendor to continue service for the 2016-2017 school year. SF Metro Trans (www.sfmetrotrans.com) will be providing continued service to and from these school for Brisbane students starting on August 10th. The school bus pick up and drop off site will be at City Hall, 50 Park Place. Daily pickup time will be 7:00am ensuring students arrival at school well before the first bell. During the first two weeks of school, transportation will be free for all students. During that time period, the district will compile a list of bus riders, issue bus ID cards, and collect ridership fees. Effective August 29, 2016, students who have not yet paid their fee will be excluded from riding the bus. Please contact Recreation Coordinator, Ricardo Monroy, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Galeria DeGuzman Presents….
A Dedication to Shelly Titchener
Art by Leslie Lowinger
Thurs., July 28, 6:30-9:30pm, 245 Visitacion
Concerts in the Park Pop Fiction Party Band Playing 70’s through 2000’s Fri., July 29, 6:00-8:30pm, Comm. Park Airport Noise Workshop Monday, August 1st at 6:00pm City Hall, Community Meeting Room Play Soccer in Brisbane Register online @ eayso.org Region #1344
Concerts in the Park
Party Band Playing 70’s through 2000’s
Fri., July 29, 6:00-8:30pm, Comm. Park
Airport Noise Workshop
Monday, August 1st at 6:00pm
City Hall, Community Meeting Room
Play Soccer in Brisbane
Register online @ eayso.org
Aircraft Noise Abatement Office: Aircraft Overflight and Noise Analysis of Brisbane, CA
In response to growing community concerns of increased aircraft noise in the city of Brisbane, San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Noise Abatement Office conducted a 22 day noise measurement survey at three locations throughout the city to determine the noise levels from aircraft overflights. Noise data was collected from October 28, 2010 through November 18, 2010 at 3xx Kings Road, 2 Solano Street and 475 Mission Blue Drive. Data from these temporary meters along with data from permanent noise monitor #7- located at Margaret Tank are presented in this report.
Review of historical radar data from 2000 through November 2010 was also accomplished using SFO’s Airport Noise and Operations Management System (ANOMS). Seven typical West Plan1 days were identified during the busiest traffic times for March, June, September and November for each of the 11 calendar years. Both Oakland International Airport (OAK) and SFO operations for these identified days2 were then processed through three flight track analysis gates (Brisbane1, Brisbane2, and Brisbane3) in ANOMS. All aircraft operations through these gates were analyzed and presented in this report.