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Brisbane resident Dawn David has put together a "goal themed" boot camp class, mixed of various training drills from basketball, boxing, ballet, and much more to create a total body workout. Experience leadership combined with tough-love! Dawn's philosophy is, you start where you start. Her boot camp brings women from all walks of life and age groups. Here's what some of her class participants had to say:
"As someone who didn't do daily exercise that broke a sweat as an adult, this is amazing." - Diane Schreiber
"Dawn David puts together a fantastic workout that incorporates elements of boxing, ballet, and yoga. It is a fast paced, intense class that keeps your heart rate elevated for the entire 30+ minutes. I have been a runner for several years and am continually motivated and challenged by Dawn's routine and guidance. She has brought my running to a whole new level. Dawn's boot camp is a great way to start out the day...it's short and gets the job done and leaves me feeling strong and exhilarated." - Holly Rios
Fee: $195 for Residents
Days/Dates: M-F, May 18 - June 12
Time: 6-6:30am, increasing to 6:45am in the last few weeks
Location: Brisbane Community Park (11 Old County Rd., Brisbane)
Ages: 18 years old and up
To register, sign up online or call Tricia Vaccaro at (415) 508-2140. Hurry, only a few more spots remain!
Brisbane Community Pool
Enrollment is Now Open
City of Brisbane
Reception: Wed., May 20, 6 pm, City Hall
Mission Blue Nursery
Native Plant Sale
Sat., May 16, 9 am - 2 pm,
Near 3401 Bayshore, Follow signs
Long Time Resident of 73 Years
Loving Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother
Service Info: (650) 756-4500
At last night's City Council meeting, the Council unanimously approved a contract with MB Consulting for Economic Development services. The "MB" in MB Consulting stands for none other than Mitch Bull, who you may know as the CEO & President of the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce. Mitch will continue in his current role with the Chamber as he embarks on his newest endeavor as Economic Development Director for the City of Brisbane. In this capacity, Mitch will be downstairs (vs. upstairs where the Chamber of Commerce office is located at City Hall), and spending approximately 12 hours/week as Ombudsman for new businesses that are looking to come into town where he'll be able to assist them when it comes time for permits and regulatory requirements, as well as stengthening the bridge between the City and the current businesses that have chosen to be here. The Council is excited for this new partnership with Mitch and looks forward with anticipation to hearing the progress he makes in Brisbane!
California building codes will begin requiring Zero Net Energy (ZNE) standards as soon as 2020! How will ZNE affect you? San Mateo County Energy Watch will be hosting a Zero Energy Workshop and Webinar Series this month to address the feasibility, practices and benefits of ZNE. Sessions are customized to make information relevant to you, including separate segments for local governments, building professionals, homeowners, and real estate professionals. The series includes 2 preview webinars and 2 workshops at the Portola Valley Town Center. For more information, please click here for the program flyer. You may also visit San Mateo County Energy Watch's website.
National Public Works Week (NPWW) is a celebration of the tens of thousands of men and women in North America who provide and maintain the infrastructure and services collectively known as Public Works. The theme for this year's NPWW (May 17 - 23) is "Community Begins Here" which is so apt as it speaks to the essential nature of Public Works services in support of everyday quality of life. A mix of maintenance, engineering and the administrative staff from the Public Works Dept. were present at last night's City Council meeting to recieve the Council's Proclamation recognizing their efforts to improve the City's infrastructure and provide quality public service to the Brisbane Community. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication!
We were notified this afternoon by Commute.org that one of the Brisbane/Crocker BART shuttles (Bus-C) will not be operating next week and until further notice. The trips affected are AM-C1, AM-C2, AM-C3 PM-C1, PM-C2 and PM-C3. Please click here for further details regarding times. Commute.org is working diligently with their current provider to get the situation resolved and are hopeful that all trips will resume shortly. If you have any questions, please contact Commute.org at 650-588-1600 or email@example.com .
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Brisbane Dance Workshop
Annual Spring Performance
May 16 & 17, Mission Blue Center
Tickets: (415) 467-8751
Let's Roll Brisbane
Bike To Work Day
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Kids Book Club
Fri., May 8, 4 pm, 250 Visitacion
Join in on the discussion and fun activities
Go Solar at a Discount!
Peninsula SunShares Workshop
Sat., May 9, 1-3 pm, Comm. Ctr.
More Info: www.brisbaneca.org
Back in November, we informed you about Caltrans' US 101 San Mateo County Ramp Metering Project between Hwy 92 and the San Mateo County/San Francisco County line to improve safety and travel times during peak periods of heavy traffic. Starting tomorrow, Tuesday May 5, ramp meters will start cycling (or metering) during Southbound PM peak time from 2:30pm to 8:00pm. The following Tuesday, May 12, ramp meters will start cycling during Southbound AM peak time from 6:00am to 10:00am.
Most ramps, like the ones at Beatty Ave., Lagoon Rd. and Airport/Bayshore Blvd. will operate at “1 car per green” except for one connector ramp which will operate at “2 cars per green”. This connect ramp is the Hwy 92 to Southbound US 101 Connector.
For more information, including fact sheets and FAQs, please view Caltrans’ webpage on the San Mateo County Ramp Metering Project. They’ve also set up a hotline to receive any feedback from the public. That number is (510) 286-4531.
Thinking about installing solar on your home but don’t know where to start or think it’s just too expensive? Peninsula SunShares is here to help!
This spring the City of Brisbane is partnering with local nonprofit Vote Solar and neighboring communities throughout San Mateo County to launch a solar group discount program for homeowners.
The Peninsula SunShares program uses a tiered-pricing structure, City-supported education and outreach and a competitively selected installer to dramatically reduce the cost of solar. Here’s how it works:
1. Community-sponsored program. The City of Brisbane wants to make it easy for residents to see if their home is right for solar. Sign up to schedule a no-obligation site visit.
2. Below-market pricing. Get your discounted solar installation price quote from the programs pre-selected solar installer.
3. Limited time. Sign a contract by July 31st to have your new solar panels installed and save on your monthly electric bill for years to come. Registration opened April 1st.
4. Help spread the word! More participants means a better deal for you and more solar power for the Bay Area.
On Saturday, May 9th, the City will be hosting a community workshop Peninsula SunShares program administrator Vote Solar. It is open to the public. Come to the Community Center (250 Visitacion Ave., Brisbane) from 1:00-3:00pm to learn more about the program! (There will even be time to do remote site evaluations with attendees and schedule appointments). Click here for the event flyer.
For more information or to register please visit: www.mygroupenergy.com/peninsula
If you're interested in building your own solar car, stick around after the workshop as the Brisbane Library will be hosting a workshop to do just that with Zetta Tech! The fun starts at 4pm upstairs in the Library.