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The 22nd Annual Bike to Work Day takes place on Thursday, May 12th. Brisbane will again be hosting two Energizer Stations - one at Bayshore Blvd. & Old County Rd., and the other at Tunnel Ave & Lagoon Way, between 6:15am - 9:30am. For more information about Bike to Work Day 2016, please visit www.commute.org. If you'd like to volunteer at one of Brisbane's two Energizer Stations that morning, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
This summer tradition is made possible due to the generous tax deductible donations made by Brisbane businesses as well as local families who have come to eagerly anticipate the concerts each year because of the value they add to the community.
Would you consider being a sponsor for the 2016 Concert Series? Please contact Steve Beaty at (415) 508-2144 for more information. Here is the 2016 Sponsorship Form.
On Saturday, April 30, National PrepareAthon! Day will inspire individuals, organizations, and communities to prepare for emergencies. It’s an entire day dedicated to action and doing preparedness activities.
America’s PrepareAthon! is promoting ten ways to participate in preparedness and is asking everyone to take action, be counted, and spread the word. Examples include:
- Gather important documents and keep them in a safe place. Have all of your personal, medical, and legal papers in one place, so you can evacuate without worrying about gathering your family’s critical documents at the last minute. Visit ready.gov/prepare and download Be Smart: Protect Your Critical Documents and Valuables for a helpful checklist.
- Sign up for local text alerts and warnings (SMC Alert - San Mateo County's Alert System), get the latest forecast at weather.gov and download weather apps to stay aware of worsening weather conditions. Visit ready.gov/prepare and download Be Smart: Know Your Alerts and Warnings to learn how sign up for local alerts and weather apps that are relevant for hazards that affect your area.
- Create a family communications plan. Visit ready.gov/prepare and download Be Smart. Take Part: Create Your Family Emergency Communication Plan. Collect the information you need, decide on the places you will meet in case of an emergency, share the information with your family, and practice your plan.
Pets are family members too. As you prepare your family for emergencies, don’t forget about your pets. Click here to read about what items you should include in your pet emergency supply kit, as well as how to care for your pets during and after a disaster.
Thank you for practicing preparedness with your family and loved ones this Saturday! For any questions, please contact the City's Office of Emergency Services at (415) 508-2130.
The Brisbane Parks & Recreation Department is actively seeking dedicated, enthusiastic, and motivated teens to join the Youth Advisory Committee (YAC). Committee members have the important duty of advising the Parks & Recreation Commission and Recreation staff on the programs and issues that concern the youth and teens in the Brisbane community. This is a great way to get involved in your community and make a difference. YAC members will also participate in the annual YAC Attack event through the California Parks & Recreation Society. YAC Attack is a one day educational leadership conference for YAC members from all over Northern California. Applications will be reviewed as they are received by YAC Advisor, Ricardo Monroy, and Recreation Supervisor, Steve Beaty. Once a committee is established, meetings will be scheduled on Wednesday evenings once per month. (Be advised that the Committee generally does not meet in the Summer and YAC meetings are conducted only August-May.) For additional information, please contact Ricardo directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-508-2143 – Application available online here. Apply today!
The Open Space and Ecology Committee 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 of the Climate Action Plan of the City of Brisbane.
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In Loving Memory OF
1917 – 2016
Memorial Service 4/24, 6pm, 348 Visitacion
Midtown Water Payment Box
Closed for Routine Service
April 21st to April 29th
Parkside Plan Study Session
Rescheduled to June 2nd
7:30pm at City Hall
City of Brisbane
13th Annual Earth Day
Sat., April 23, 9am-1pm, Monarch Dr.
Between Mission Blue Dr. and North Hill Dr.
Info: email@example.com or 415.508.2118
Silverspot Cooperative Nursery School
Annual Luau Fundraiser
Sun., Apr. 17, 1-5pm, Mission Blue Ctr.
Island Buffet, Aloha Dancers, Silent Auction
City of Brisbane – Now Hiring
P/T Sr. Recreation Leader
Application Deadline: Apr. 25th
www.calopps.org or City Hall
Happy Earth Day! We thought we'd take this opportunity to remind the community about the plastic bag recycling receptacle located at the Brisbane Post Office. Take your clean, dry plastic bags there and drop them in the receptacle located near the P.O. Boxes. Thank you, South San Francisco Scavengers!
Also, the 13th Annual Habitat Restoration Day is tomorrow on Monarch Dr. b/t Mission Blue Dr. & North Hill -- come out from 9am - 1pm and help remove invasive, non-native plants from habitat. Free lunch and t-shirt provided!