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Homeowner's Fire Insurance: What You Need to Know

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Have you had your fire insurance cancelled or received information that your insurance may not be renewed?  What can you do? 
 

Contact the California Department of Insurance at 1-800-927-4357 (HELP) or visit their website at: http://www.insurance.ca.gov. The California Department of Insurance is the agency responsible for enforcing insurance laws and regulations in California and can provide guidance if you need to file a complaint against your insurance company or broker.  Check out the following guide that North County Fire Authority put together to help walk homeowners through the process: Homeowner's Fire Insurance: What You Need to Know.
 

In this guide, you'll also find a direct link to North County Fire Authority’s Wildfire Action Plan.  Bookmark these guides and share them with your family and friends!
 

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Job Opening: Administrative Assistant

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Looking to join our Community Development team? Then consider our current opening for Administrative Assistant. Now accepting applications until April 1, 2019 or until the first 50 applications are received. Apply at www.calopps.org/city-of-brisbane today!
 

March 2019 Marina News

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marinalogoClick here to read the March 2019 Marina Newsletter

March 2019 STAR Newsletter

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Click here to read the March 2019 STAR Newsletter.
 

Brisbane Police Blotter

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The Brisbane Police Department would like to share with you a list of significant events that are handled by the members of the Police Department.  The Police Blotter is meant for information and for the interest of our citizens and does not indicate any difference in the levels of criminal activity as compared to past years.  The crime rate in Brisbane continues to be very low compared to other cities within San Mateo County.  The Brisbane Police Department continues to provide the highest quality of service to the residents and will continue to make our community a safe place to live and work.

The Police Blotter consists of only those incidents or investigations that may be of interest to the general public or city staff.  For a more detailed list of police activity, you may request to view the police log at the station by contacting the Records Division at: (415) 508-2179.

Updates to the Police Blotter will be made around the 15th of each month for the prior month’s activity.  To read the Police Blotter, visit: brisbane.townblotter.com.  You can click on “List” view (vs. “Map”) and then the top right printer icon to get a printer-friendly version of the report.  You can also view a “Simple Version”, which looks like the following:

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Clicking on any particular month brings up the printer-friendly version.  If you need assistance, please contact the Records Division at the number above.

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