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Park and Rec Commission

A GREAT WAY TO GET INVOLVED AND SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY!!
APPLY BY JANUARY 10, 2020 TO SERVE ON A CITY COMMISSION OR COMMITTEE 

Planning Commission

The Planning Commission is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council on re-zonings and amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and the City's General Plan. The Commission typically reviews and acts upon applications for Use Permits, Design Permits, Variances and Sign Permits.

The Planning Commission meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at 7:30 p.m.  Three - 4-year terms ending in 2024 are available to apply for.

Parks and Recreation Commission
The Parks and Recreation Commission provides advice to the City Council regarding the Parks & Recreation Department, gather community opinions, needs and perceptions regarding recreational opportunities, and tackle special projects such as Day in the Park and the Festival of Lights.

This Parks and Recreation Commission meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Four - 4-year terms ending in 2024 are available to apply for.

Complete Streets Safety Committee
The Complete Streets Safety Committee considers issues affecting pedestrians (including the different needs of children, seniors, youth, and families), bicyclists, persons with disabilities, motorists, movers of commercial goods, and users and operators of public transportation.

The Complete Streets Safety Committee meets on the 1st Monday of each month @ 6:30 p.m. Two- 4-year terms ending in Jan 2024 are available to apply for. 

Open Space and Ecology Committee
The primary responsibility of the Open Space and Ecology Committee is to make recommendations to the City Council on the implementation of relevant programs and policies of the Open Space and Conservation Elements as well as the sustainability parts of the Local Economic Development chapter of the General Plan. That responsibility includes preparing drafts of the relevant, regular reports called for in the General Plan, such as the annual report on the status of open space.

The Open Space and Ecology Committee meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.  Two– 4-year terms ending in 2024 are available to apply for.

Public Art Advisory Committee
The Public Art Advisory Committee is responsible for reviewing and making decisions on conceptual design plans submitted by a developer of a project subject to the public art requirement. The Public Art Advisory Committee will also meet to review the balance of funds in the Public Art Fund, ensure all public art projects meet the program criteria and guidelines for selection before submittal of the Final Design Plan to the Parks and Recreation Commission.

The Committee will meet at least once a year (then on an on needed basis) to review money available for public art and to make a recommendation to the Commission on its use. Three -2-year terms ending in 2022 are available to apply. At least one Committee Member needs to be professionally engaged in the art community and at least one Committee Member must be an employee or owner of a business located within Brisbane.

HOW TO APPLY

Click on the link below for the applications. For more information contact: Ingrid Padilla, City Clerk, at 415-508-2113 or cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us

The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, January 10, 2020 at 1:00pm.

Completed applications can be emailed to cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us or delivered in person to City Hall at 50 Park Place.

Parks and Recreation Commission Application Form

Planning Commission Application Form

Complete Streets Safety Committee Application Form

Open Space and Ecology Committee Application Form

Public Art Advisory Committee Application Form
 

Reimagine SamTrans Survey

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SamTrans battery

Please help SamTrans improve by completing this survey about SamTrans’ service and your preferences. This survey will take about 7 minutes to complete. The responses you give will remain anonymous.

At the end of this survey, enter your email address to be eligible for a chance to win one of four $50 VISA gift cards!

Click here to start the survey.
 

Brisbane PD Holiday Toy Drive

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toy drive

It’s that time of year to drop a new, unwrapped toy into the decorated shopping cart at City Hall!  Shop over the long weekend and bring your gifts for children up to age 14 to City Hall during regular business hours until Wednesday, December 11th, 8:00pm.  The toys will be distributed to Brisbane kids in need.  If you know of a family that could use some help with gifts for their children this year, please call the Community Resource Center of the YMCA at (650) 271-3850.  Cash donations are also welcome!  If you have any questions, please call or email Code Enforcement Officer Michelle Moneda, at (415) 508-2172 or mmoneda@brisbaneca.org.  Thank you for your generosity!  
 

BPD toy drive

November 2019 Election Information

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November 5, 2019 Elections Update

The City of Brisbane, along with all other cities in San Mateo County, contracts with the County of San Mateo Elections Office.  The County counts and posts the election results.  The County has, by State law, up to 30 days to certify the election results.  The official results will be adopted by the Brisbane City Council on Thursday, December 12, 2019.  Note: all mail-in ballots, postmarked on or before November 5th, and received by the Elections Office by November 8th, will be counted.

You can check the Election Results Reports periodically by going to the County's live election results page.

The next election is scheduled for March 3, 2020 for the Presidential Primary Election.  Please mark your calendars.

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The California Voter’s Choice Act is a  law passed in 2016 that aim to modernize elections in California by allowing counties to conduct elections under a new model which provides greater flexibility and convenience for voters.  The  General Election, taking place on November 5, 2019, will be a Vote Center/All-Mail Ballot Model.

This new election model allows voters to choose how, when, and where to cast their ballot by: 1) Mailing every voter a ballot, 2) Expanding in-person early voting, and 3) Allowing voters to cast a ballot at any vote center within their county

This November 5th,  there will be an election for two City of Brisbane City Council seats, for a shortened term of 3 years each.   The candidates are: 

Madison Davis

Terry O'Connell 


Also this November, there will be three City Measures on the ballot.

Measure C – City of Brisbane: Liquid Storage Facilities Business License Tax Measure

Resolution, Measure & Full Text

Impartial Analysis

Argument in Favor Of 


Measure B – City of Brisbane: Uniform Transient Occupancy Tax Measure

Resolution, Measure & Full Text

Impartial Analysis

Argument in Favor Of 


Measure E – City of Brisbane: Cannabis Business License Tax Measure

Resolution, Measure & Full Text

Impartial Analysis

Argument in Favor Of 


Where do you vote?  Brisbane City Hall (50 Park Place) will  be one of the Vote Centers in the County that will be open November 2-4, three days prior to Election Day.  Vote Center hours BEFORE Election Day will be 9am – 5pm and 7am – 8pm ON Election Day.   Visit https://www.smcacre.org/vote-centers for more information.

Also important to note: The November 5, 2019  General Election is an all-mailed ballot election for the County.  Every eligible voter will be mailed a ballot and can vote by mail or cast their ballot in person at a Vote Center during the times and days specified above.  

Not registered to vote?  Visit https://www.smcacre.org/register-vote or visit a Vote Center during hours of operation to register to vote.  For more information contact Ingrid Padilla, City Clerk at ipadilla@brisbaneca.org or at (415) 508-2113.

 

December 2019 STAR Newsletter

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