Latest News

March 2017 Marina News

Printer-friendly version

  Click here to read the March 2017 Marina Newsletter

Peninsula Clean Energy Video

Printer-friendly version

At their March 2nd City Council meeting, the Council received a presentation from Kirsten Andrews-Schwind, Communications Manager for Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE).  Peninsula Clean Energy is now the official provider of electricity for San Mateo County residents.  Roll-out of the program is expected to be completed in April 2017.  Below is Kirsten's presentation if you wanted to learn more about PCE and how it allows for cleaner, greener energy straight to your home or business.

Have you opted up to ECO100, or 100% renewable and carbon-free energy?  If so, we have some swag for you complements of Peninsula Clean Energy.  Just bring a copy of your PG&E bill to the Finance Dept. and claim your goodies, ranging from a solar-powered flashlight, to pen, to window cling!  But most importantly, with ECO100, you'll have the confidence in knowing that 100% of your electricity supply will be sourced from clean renewable energy like solar and wind!  Learn more about the benefits of opting up: http://www.peninsulacleanenergy.com/opt-up/

Smoking Ordinance for Multi-Unit Residences

Printer-friendly version

The Smoking Ordinance that Council adopted on November 3, 2016 went into effect December 2016 but its enforcement has been delayed until June 1, 2017 to allow for public education of the ordinance and for property owners and tenants to become aware of the new regulations and take any necessary measures to comply with the ordinance.  Smoking is prohibited in all multi-unit residences, all unenclosed and enclosed common areas, and all other areas of a multi-unit residence.  Smoking is also prohibited within at least 30 feet in any direction from any operable doorway, window, opening or other vent into an enclosed area that is located at the multi-unit residence, areas primarily used by children, and areas with improvements that facilitate physical activity including playgrounds and swimming pools.  Smoking is permitted in a designated smoking area if the property has such area (and not all properties will have such an area).  Outdoor designated smoking areas must be located more than 30 feet from the above listed prohibited areas. 

Violations of designation of smoking areas should be addressed to the City’s Code Enforcement Officer Michelle Moneda by calling (415) 508-2172 or e-mailing mmoneda@ci.brisbane.ca.us.  To report a violation in progress (“on-view violation”) of the ordinance, please call Dispatch at (415) 467-1212.  A Smoking Ordinance page with FAQs and helpful links can be found on the City’s website at: www.brisbaneca.org/smoking-ordinance.

Parks and Recreation Commissioner Needed

Printer-friendly version

Due to a vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Commission, applications are now being accepted to fill a term through January 2020.  The Parks and Recreation Commission is responsible for parks and recreation policies & programs within Brisbane. 

The General Duties and Responsibilities of the Commission are:
1. Act in an advisory capacity to the City Council in policy matters pertaining to the acquisition and development of parks and the formulation of a recreation program to meet the needs of the citizens.
2. Periodically review and make recommendations on the parks and recreation element of the City’s General Plan.
3. Actively promote parks and recreation activities within the City.
4. The Parks and Recreation Commission meets regularly on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Brisbane City Hall, 50 Park Place.

How to apply:
Applications are available for download here or by calling Ingrid Padilla at (415) 508-2113.  Applications must be emailed to cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us or delivered to Ingrid Padilla at 50 Park Place, Brisbane by Friday, April 21st at 1:00 P.M.

Complete Streets Committee Members Needed

Printer-friendly version

Due to vacancies on the Complete Streets Safety Committee, applications are now being accepted to fill up to 4 seats of either two-year terms ending in 2020 or four-year terms ending in 2022.

The Complete Streets Safety Committee considers issues referred to them by the City Council, the City Manager, the Director of Public Works or the Chief of Police and issues affecting pedestrians (including the different needs of children, seniors, youth, and families), bicyclists, persons with disabilities, motorists, movers of commercial goods, users and operators of public transportation.  The Complete Streets Safety Committee meets regularly on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm.

How to apply:
Applications are available for download here on the City's website or by calling Ingrid Padilla at (415) 508-2113.  Applications must be emailed to cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us or delivered to Ingrid Padilla at 50 Park Place, Brisbane  by Friday, April 21st at 1:00pm.

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 3/17/2017


Live at Mission Blue Presents
Jacques Ogg & Elisabeth Wright
Sat., Mar 25th, 8pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
www.liveatmissionblue.com
Tickets Available at the Door


Brisbane Parks & Recreation
Spring Break Camp
April 3rd – April 14th
Registration Deadline March 29th


Posted 3/13/2017


Dive-in Movie at the Pool!
Showing “Secret Life of Pets”
Sat., Mar. 25th @ 7:30pm
FREE Admission – Fun for All!


Brisbane Eagles Club
Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner
Sat., Mar. 18th at 4pm
Proceeds – Jimmy Durante Children’s Fund

Transportation Authority Seeks Volunteers

Printer-friendly version

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority is soliciting applications for its Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC).

The CAC is a 15-member volunteer group who serve in an advisory capacity to the Transportation Authority’s Board of Directors, providing valuable input on the projects and programs in the Transportation Expenditure Plan. The plan includes Caltrain improvements, highway and street projects, allocations to cities and the county for local undertakings, paratransit service for people with disabilities, and pedestrian and bike upgrades.

The committee meets the Tuesday before the first Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m. in San Carlos. Members of the CAC must be residents of San Mateo County.

Interested persons can download an application or apply online at www.smcta.com/cac, or call 650-508-6223 for more information.

The deadline for submitting the application is May 5, 2017.

RICAPS Receives Award from US EPA

Printer-friendly version

The San Mateo County Office of Sustainability's RICAPS program (Regionally Integrated Climate Action Planning Suite) was publicly recognized for their leadership in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and climate action during the 2017 Climate Leadership Awards Dinner, as part of the Climate Leadership Conference, held in Chicago, IL from March 1 - 3, 2017.  City of Brisbane staff regularly attend the RICAPS county working group, and it was RICAPS that guided staff on completing the City's first-ever Climate Action Plan and assisted with the City being the first agency in the state to ever receive a Gold-level Beacon Award.  We are grateful for the forward-thinking technical support from the County of San Mateo, and the tools and templates that RICAPS makes publicly available that enable other regional agencies the ability to reduce their GHG emissions as well.

Bayshore Roadwork 3/10, 7a-5p

Printer-friendly version

You may want to avoid Bayshore today between 7am-5pm if you can - crews will be coring between the SSF/Brisbane city limits and Old County Rd. in preparation for Cold In-Place Recycling taking place in mid-April.  Basically, they need to take samples of the asphalt in order to know the proper "mix" for when Bayshore gets a major facelift in roughly 6 weeks...which hasn't been done since the late 90's when it was slurry-sealed!  It's going to look and feel great to drive on, but we need your patience as this first part of the project is completed.  One lane of traffic in both directions will remain open at all times. Thank you in advance for your cooperation! And if you want to read more about Cold In-Place Recycling and the environmentally-progressive aspects of it, you can do so here.

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 3/10/2017


Adult Oil Painting Class
Starts Thurs., March 16th
6pm-8:30pm. Mission Blue Ctr.
For Info Call: (415)286-3707


Posted 3/6/2017


Silverspot Cooperative Nursery School
Annual Luau & Silent Auction
Sunday, March 12th, 1-5pm
475 Mission Blue Dr.


Peninsula Clean Energy
Look for Mailer by April
for Cheaper, Greener Energy!
Info: www.peninsulacleanenergy.com

 

City Manager's Interview on PenTV

Printer-friendly version

Last week, City Manager Clay Holstine was interviewed for a segment of Pen Voice, a community show on PenTV (Ch. 26) highlighting community organizations and focusing on local issues, not-for-profit service awareness, and community advocacy within San Mateo County.  Catch his segment here, where he speaks in large part about the new Brisbane Library and the Friends of the Brisbane Library's goal to fundraise $100,000 towards the new Library:

To donate towards the new Brisbane Library, visit www.fobl.info and hit 'Donate'.

New Library - Visitacion Ave. perspective

New Library - Back Courtyard perspective

New Library - Interior perspective

BES 3rd Graders Tour City Hall

Printer-friendly version

Each year, Ms. Dalmacio's 3rd Grade class from BES takes a tour of City Hall as part of their Government lesson.  With just two days into their curriculum, they knew that there are departments at City Hall that provide services for the residents.  So, the timing was perfect for them to come and see first-hand the faces behind the various departments, from Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Planning, and Code Enforcement, to of course, Police and Fire.

The kids were delighted to be welcomed by the Parks and Recreation Dept. with a customized sign banner, similar to the ones used on the community signboards.  They were then invited back behind the counter for a friendly game of BINGO!

They used the same boards and materials used by the Seniors at their weekly BINGO games that follow the Wednesday Senior Lunches.  The winner got a "free rec swim" Pool pass!

Code Enforcement Officer Moneda had prepared a display of photos to show the kids "what not to do" at their homes.

The kids then got a behind-the-scenes tour of the Police Dept. by Officer Malone (including getting to see where the officers get changed into their uniforms and where they write their police reports).  Before stepping outside to see the Police SUV, they got to meet Jeannette, the Records Clerk in the Police Dept.

Afterwards, they were met by Capt. Rosenlund and his team from Station 81.  They got to see a thermal imaging unit in person and then Firefighter Joe put on all his firefighting gear to show the kids what a fully suited up firefighter looks like - so they know who to run to should they ever find themselves in a disaster.

Group picture with their teacher, Officer Malone, Firefighter Riedell, Capt. Rosenlund, and Firefighter Ferguson.

We ended the tour with these five students getting to be "Councilmembers for a Day".  (They got to take their seats at the dais after correctly answering some quiz questions at the end of the tour.)

We hope you had fun and look forward to hosting next year's 3rd Graders!

For more pictures from yesterday's tour, please click here to be taken to the City's Facebook page. (You do need to have a Facebook account to view the photos.)

CPRS District 4 Award of Excellence

Printer-friendly version

On Thursday, February 23rd, the City of Brisbane Parks & Recreation Department received an Award of Excellence from the California Parks & Recreation Society for the Annual Derby.  Recreation Manager Noreen Leek and Recreation Supervisor Steve Beaty were present to accept the award on behalf of the City.  The Award of Excellence recognizes outstanding projects or programs in the categories of Recreation Programming, Promoting Healthy Communities, Parks Planning, Facility Design, Special Events, or other related areas.  The Award of Excellence serves to recognize and promote agency successes, new creative approaches and best practices.  The Derby is an event that separates us from other cities and is a prime example of the Parks and Recreation Department’s ability to make memories for the Brisbane residents.  Come check out the award in the Parks and Rec office and definitely don't miss participating in the Derby Races next year!

Informational Workshop on PCE

Printer-friendly version

Join Peninsula Clean Energy staff on Wednesday, March 8th at 6:30pm at the San Mateo main library Oak Room to learn and ask questions about San Mateo County's official electricity provider. Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) provides cleaner and greener electricity with energy rates starting lower than what you are paying now.

Notifications are in the mail about your new electricity provider.
Please come to gather information, ask questions and be informed!
Light refreshments provided | Workshop Flyer
 
Register to attend this free workshop:
http://tinyurl.com/marchPCE
 
Date:           March 8, 2017
Time:           6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:    City of San Mateo Main Library – Oak Room
Address:     55 W. 3rd Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403
Cost:            FREE

Informational Workshop on PCE

Printer-friendly version

Join Peninsula Clean Energy staff on Wednesday, March 8th at 6:30pm at the San Mateo main library Oak Room to learn and ask questions about San Mateo County's official electricity provider. Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) provides cleaner and greener electricity with energy rates starting lower than what you are paying now.

Notifications are in the mail about your new electricity provider.
Please come to gather information, ask questions and be informed!
Light refreshments provided | Workshop Flyer
 
Register to attend this free workshop:
http://tinyurl.com/marchPCE
 
Date:           March 8, 2017
Time:           6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:    City of San Mateo Main Library – Oak Room
Address:     55 W. 3rd Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403
Cost:            FREE

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 3/1/2017


New at the Pool!
Tues/Thurs Swim Lessons
Starting March 7th
Sign-up Today!

SamTrans Customer Experience Survey

Printer-friendly version

SamTrans strives to create the best possible ride experience for all those who make it their transit choice.  They would like to hear from their current, former riders and future riders to assist them in identifying short-, mid- and long-term improvements, such as amenities and service.

Let SamTrans know what you think by taking the online survey, by March 19, 2017.
  The questionnaire should take about 10 minutes.  At the end of the survey, you will have the opportunity to be entered in a drawing to win one of five SamTrans Monthly passes.

Click here to take the survey in English

Clique aquí para la encuesta en Español

No-Cost Sustainability Education

Printer-friendly version

Click to view upcoming offerings on sea level rise>>

Finding Common Ground: A Workshop on Communicating about Sea Level Rise
Want to learn more about sea level rise and get involved in your community?  Then this workshop is for you!
 
Date & Time: Saturday, March 25th, 2017, 10am-2pm
Venue: County of San Mateo, 455 County Center, Redwood City
 
Lunch will be provided at the workshop!

Sustainability Webinar Series
We have a few more webinars lined up this program year for you to participate in during your lunch break.
 
Finding Common Ground: Communicating about Sea Level Rise
Thursday, March 23, 2017, 12-1pm
 
Make Every Drop Count: Tapping into Local Water Conservation Programs
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 12-1pm
 
Don’t be “Fuel”ish: Transportation Alternatives that Reduce Greenhouse Gas and Your Waistline!
Thursday, May 4, 2017, 12-1pm

How Will You Find Your Pet After a Disaster?

Printer-friendly version

After a disaster, families often become separated from their pets.  This can be a very traumatic time for both the family and the pet.  Here are three tips to consider:

  1. Conduct a thorough search.  The first thing you should do is contact your local Animal Care and Control to see if they have your pet.  If they don't, you should immediately start going door-to-door and talk with your neighbors.  Leave your name, address and phone number plus a complete description of your pet.  You might also want to consider putting a microchip in your pet.  That way, if animal control picks up your pet or someone brings the pet there, Animal Control is able to contact you.  More info on microchipping>>
  2. Visit shelters.  Visit your local animal shelter daily.  It is important that you go in person, because only you can identify your pet.
  3. Make posters and create an ad.  Make a poster with a  recent picture of your pet to alert people to be on the lookout.  Make small tear-offs, if someone sees your pet, they can easily tear off the tab and call.  Provide general information but avoid putting too much detail about your pet on the poster.  There are con-artists who may use this information to claim they have your pet and try and scam youClick here for a free template of a Lost Pet Poster with tear-off tabs>>

Get more preparedness tips from The Red Guide to Recovery, whose Handbook is used by a variety of agencies nationwide.

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 2/24/2017


Live at Mission Blue Presents
Howard, Mok & Parker
Sat., Mar 4th, 8pm
www.liveatmissionblue.com
Tickets Available at the Door


Music Together – FREE CLASS
Tues., Feb 28th, 9:30am
at Mission Blue Center
For More Info: 415-508-2144


Posted 2/21/2017


SAVE THE DATE!
Silverspot’s Annual Luau & Auction
Sun., March 12th, 1-5pm
Mission Blue Ctr., 475 Mission Blue Dr.


Brisbane Lions Club
Crab Dinner Fundraiser
Sat., Feb. 25th, 6pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
Ticket/Info: (415) 269-7895 or
brisbanelionsclub@gmail.com

 

Update on High School Bus

Printer-friendly version

On February 15, 2017 representatives of the Jefferson Union High School District (JUHSD) Board of Trustees and Superintendent met with a two Brisbane Council Members and staff to discuss the mounting difficulties the City is facing in providing daily bus service to and from Pacifica.  As the City has already reported, our current provider will not be providing service next school year.  There was also a discussion concerning phasing out the bus service over a period of time since finding contractors is getting more and more difficult.  The JUHSD Board of Trustees committed to discussing this issue at a future board meeting.  The discussion will include any and all options that may be available including, but not limited to; the City of Brisbane phasing out contracting for the bus service over the next year or so (if a vendor can even be contracted), the JUHSD contracting bus service with financial support from the City of Brisbane, the JUHSD looking into student transportation as a whole, and working together as agencies to support Brisbane students in selecting one of the Daly City schools to attend instead of the Pacifica schools.

Peninsula Clean Energy Update

Printer-friendly version

This month, Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) will begin sending notices to 210,000 residences and businesses throughout San Mateo County to inform them that they are about to receive cleaner electricity and simultaneously save money.
 
At their January board meeting, the PCE Board of Directors unanimously approved new rates for all PCE customers that go into effect in time for the large April 2017 customer enrollment.  The rate change will maintain Peninsula Clean Energy’s 5% discount below PG&E’s electric generation rates for PCE’s customers, for greener electricity with 50% renewable content. PG&E’s electricity has 30% renewable content.
 
Residents and businesses across the County have noticed higher energy bills this winter.  Over the past year PG&E increased rates significantly, especially for natural gas and electricity transmission.  Peninsula Clean Energy is not a factor in rising bills, and in fact helps customers lower their bills.  When PG&E increased the exit fees that community choice energy customers pay by 26%, Peninsula Clean Energy lowered its rates to account for these fees, maintaining a 5% total savings on electricity generation costs for its customers.  “We feel it’s very important to offer savings to our customers through competitive rates,” noted PCE CEO Jan Pepper.
 
“Peninsula Clean Energy is pleased to offer San Mateo County residents the best value for renewable energy possible,” stated San Mateo County Supervisor David Pine, who also serves as the Chair of PCE’s Board.  The PCE Board of Directors is composed of 22 members, including a Council Member from each of the 20 cities in the County and two County Supervisors.

Peninsula Clean Energy is currently serving about 80,000 residential and small business accounts across the county.  The remaining 210,000 San Mateo County residential and business accounts will be automatically enrolled with PCE in April.  PCE customers continue to receive electric delivery and a consolidated bill from PG&E.  Residents and businesses will receive four notices in the mail with details about their new choices.  PCE provides sample bills online under “Billing” on its website to explain bill updates: http://www.peninsulacleanenergy.com/residents/residential-rates/
 
Peninsula Clean Energy customers are automatically enrolled in the ECOplus program to enjoy cleaner energy that is 50% renewable (compared to PG&E’s 30% renewable).  PCE customers may choose to opt up to ECO100 to receive 100% renewable energy for a small premium of one cent per kilowatt hour.  All customers who are currently enrolled in CARE or medical baseline energy discount programs automatically continue in these programs under PCE.
 
About Peninsula Clean Energy
Peninsula Clean Energy, or PCE, is San Mateo County’s official electricity provider.  PCE is a public, locally-controlled community choice energy program that provides all electric customers in San Mateo County the choice of having electricity supplied from clean, renewable sources at competitive rates. PCE’s ECOplus option is 50% renewable and 75% greenhouse gas emissions free, and PCE’s ECO100 option is 100% renewable and 100% greenhouse gas emissions free.  The Peninsula Clean Energy Authority, formed in March 2016, is a joint powers authority made up of the County of San Mateo and all 20 cities in the County.  PCE currently serves approximately 80,000 accounts, and will serve approximately 300,000 accounts by May 2017 when its enrollment process is complete.

February 2017 Marina News

Printer-friendly version

 Click here to read the February 2017 Marina Newsletter

SamTrans Seeks Volunteers

Printer-friendly version

Public members interested in providing input on local transit programs are encouraged to volunteer for the SamTrans Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC).

The 15-member CAC meets monthly and is responsible for offering feedback on the needs of transit users and informing San Mateo County residents of transit programs on the Peninsula.  It also acts in an advisory capacity to the SamTrans’ Board of Directors. 

The SamTrans CAC has the following openings: 

  • One community representatives
  • Two multimodal representatives
  • Three bus riders

Each CAC member receives a free yearly bus pass to use on the SamTrans system. The CAC meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the San Mateo County Transit District headquarters at 1250 San Carlos Avenue in San Carlos.

Interested persons can download the CAC application here or call 650-508-6279 (TTY 650-508-6448).  Applications are due by Friday, March 3.  For more information, visit www.samtrans.com/cac.

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 2/16/2017


Brisbane Eagles
Heart Fund Pasta Lunch
Sat., Feb 18, 2-4pm, 185 Visitacion
$10.00/person, Open to the Public


Posted 2/15/2017


Brisbane Parks & Recreation Dept.
Music Together (Ages 0-5)
Begins March 14th
For More Info: 415-508-2144


Baylands Public Hearing
THU, 2/16 @ 7:30pm
City Hall
No Study Session

 

Caltrain Construction Work

Printer-friendly version

Since April of 2015, Caltrain has been performing work within the railroad right-of-way in Brisbane as part of the Advanced Signal System Project to upgrade the safety, performance, and operating efficiency of the Peninsula’s commuter rail system. 

On February 23, Caltrain will be conducting safety tests on the corridor as part of the final phase of implementing the Advanced Signal System Project.  To test the Advanced Signal System, including the roadway crossings, a test train will run through the corridor between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.  Tests are conducted at night to avoid disruption of most of regular train service and properly record the results.  Neighbors may experience standard gate crossing noise and horns during this time and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Advanced Signal System, also called Communications Based Overlay Signal System (CBOSS) Positive Train Control (PTC) will equip the corridor with federally-mandated safety technology and increase system capacity to help accommodate future ridership demand. The Project will monitor and, if necessary, control train movement in the event of human error. This will increase safety by:

  • Eliminating the risk of train-to-train collisions
  • Reducing risk of potential derailments by enforcing speed limits
  • Providing additional safety for railroad workers on the tracks
  • Improving grade crossing performance to reduce gate downtime and improve local traffic circulation

The CBOSS PTC system is scheduled to be operational by 2015 and is a key component of the Caltrain Modernization Program, which will electrify the Caltrain Corridor by 2019.  An electrified Caltrain will be cleaner and quieter and will upgrade the system to provide faster and/or more frequent service to more stations and riders.

To implement the CBOSS PTC system, there are several installation phases (boring, conduit, fiber pulling, testing) that will occur within Caltrain's right-of-way, usually at night (8pm to 6am) in order to maintain regular train service.  Testing of the fiber cable and the overall system is scheduled for spring 2015.  Residents may experience some minor installation noise during this time.  For more information, please view the Caltrain's CBOSS PTC Project page or contact Caltrain at (650) 508-6499; e-mail: caltrainptc@samtrans.com .

"Carnival" Performance

Printer-friendly version

The San Francisco Arts Education Project's SFArtsED Players proudly present Carnival, a musical theater gem from 1961 based on the movie Lili starring Leslie Caron.  And three youth from Brisbane are included in the production's company!

Music and Lyrics by Bob Merrill
Book by Michael Stewart

Directed by Danny Duncan
Co-directed by Jeff Raz
 
Choreography by Erin Gentry, Sydney Lozier & Jamie Yuen Shore
Musical Direction by G. Scott Lacy & Alex Stein
 
February 4-19, 2017
Eureka Theatre
215 Jackson Street, San Francisco
Saturday, February 4 @ 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 4 @ 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 5 @ 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 11 @ 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 12 @ 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 18 @ 2:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 19 @ 1:00 p.m. – Players Family Benefit Performance & Closing Day Celebration; 1 p.m. for carnival snacks; 1:30 p.m. show; champagne toast & treats at intermission
 
Tickets now on sale. Click here.

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 2/11/2017


Brisbane Community Pool
Lifeguard Training Class
Fri – Sun, March 10th-12th
Fri 6-10pm // Sat/Sun 8am-5pm


The Collective Camp – ROAR
#ANAHATA
M-F/6AM/30 MIN+/18YRS+ WOMEN
STARTS MONDAY FEB 13th!


Posted 2/6/2017


Live at Mission Blue Presents
Archetti
Sat., Feb 11, 8pm, Miss. Blue Ctr.
www.liveatmissionblue.com
Tickets Available at the Door


In Loving Memory of
Nancy Soares
12/7/56 – 2/1/17
For Info Text: 415-602-7027

Signboard Postings

Printer-friendly version

Posted 2/2/2017


Water Bills
Due February 6th
Pay Online at
www.brisbaneca.org/utilities


Get Police News & Updates
Via their Facebook page
www.facebook.com/BrisbanePD


Posted 1/27/2017


Artists’ Evening of Sharing
Saturday, Feb 4th, 7:30pm
Mission Blue Center, 475 Mission Blue Dr.
No Admission Fee!  All Ages Welcomed!


Memorial for Long Time Brisbane
Resident & Eagle Sharon Tripp
Saturday, Feb 4th, 2-4pm
@ Eagles Hall

Syndicate content