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PG&E's Community Wildfire Safety Program

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Starting on or about April 15, 2019, all PG&E electric customers will be receiving a letter or an email letting them know that, as a last resort, PG&E may need to turn off their power for safety when extreme fire danger conditions are forecasted.  This is a part of PG&E Community Wildfire Safety Program.  Click here for a copy of the letter and here for PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoff fact sheet.

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Expansion of their Public Safety Power Shutoff program will begin with the 2019 wildfire season to include all electric lines that pass through high fire-threat areas – both distribution and transmission.

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PG&E is encouraging all residents to update their contact info by visiting pge.com/mywildfirealerts today to make sure PG&E can provide customers with advance notice prior to turning off the power.  They will also provide updates until power is restored.  Other valuable items to consider doing now:

  • Identify backup charging methods for phones and keep hard copies of emergency numbers.
  • Plan for any medical needs like medications that need to be refrigerated or devices that require power.
  • Build or restock your emergency kit with flashlights, fresh batteries, first aid supplies and cash.


Thank you for your cooperation in this important safety & communication effort!
 

Summer College Internships

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College Students: Wondering what to do this summer? Why not consider one of our Summer College Internships? We have 5 opportunities available this year. Apply at www.calopps.org/city-of-brisbane.
 

April 2019 Marina News

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marinalogoClick here to read the April 2019 Marina Newsletter

SamTrans School Bus Routes Will Continue Next Year!

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We are pleased to announce that the school bus routes that SamTrans put into place last August, Route #49 and Route #24, were approved for the 2019-2020 school year!


Thank you to the parents and students for your support of public transportation!!


SamTrans is pleased with the results of ridership for these enhanced routes, and we encourage you to use them if you don't already so that ridership numbers remain consistent.


As a reminder, SamTrans offers public transit services for the general public.  Click here for short "How to Ride?" videos.  Most importantly, parents who have children that use Samtrans service should be familiar with the rules under which the agency operates.  Please see their brochure, "Information Guide for School Administrators & Parents" concerning SamTrans onboard etiquette and safety.  Thank you for riding safely and responsibly!

 

April 2019 STAR Newsletter

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Click here to read the April 2019 STAR Newsletter.  Included as a Special Insert in this issue but linked separately here is the Parks and Recreation Department's Summer Activity Guide (caution: large file).
 

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