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Measure N Town-Hall Meeting
October 21, 2014, 7:30 p.m., at the San Bruno Senior Center

San Bruno residents are invited to attend a Town-Hall meeting, moderated by the League of Women Voters, where arguments will be presented for and against Measure N, and voters will be able to ask questions. The City Council placed Measure N on the November 4, 2014 ballot to implement the Transit Corridors Plan and promote economic enhancement and revitalization in San Bruno's downtown area and transit corridors in proximity to the new Caltrain Station. Click HERE for more information about Measure N.

West Nile Virus Update
The San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District ("District") has confirmed that a dead Red-tailed Hawk was picked up in San Bruno and was subsequently determined to be carrying West Nile Virus. It is advised that you be extra observant of birds in the area and do not touch any dead birds. Please call the District directly for proper handling of sick or dead birds, (650) 344-8592. The District continues their aggressive surveillance and testing efforts county-wide to combat the spread of West Nile Virus. For tips on how to help prevent the spread of West Nile Virus, please visit the District's website,

Water Conservation
Click HERE for the latest news on the drought emergency, ways you can conserve water, and FREE City conservation giveaways!


There are expired terms and routine vacancies on our commissions, boards and committees. CLICK HERE for more information

The Celebration of the Century has begun!
Join us for a year-long salute to San Bruno's Centennial. Through this celebration, we are exploring and recognizing our community’s heritage and history — and solidifying our civic pride — through family-friendly events and activities. Whether you’ve lived in San Bruno for decades or just moved here, whether you work here every day or simply visit on occasion, come be a part of our Centennial festivities and join us as we honor our past, celebrate the present, and look forward to the next 100 years! Click HERE for more information.

Centennial Tree Project - Free Street Trees!
Join the Beautification Task Force (BTF) in celebrating the City of San Bruno's 100th year by helping to plant a street tree - a meaningful and lasting way to commemorate the City's anniversary. The Centennial tree for east of Skyline Blvd is a Crape Myrtle, for the west side a Dwarf Magnolia. You will be given the date of planting, which will be performed by the BTF. The tree will be provided to you free and maintained by the City of San Bruno. You will be given a Centennial Certificate stating your participation in the project and which number of the 100 trees is yours. Limit one tree per house and tree location must not interfere with underground utilities.

If you are interested in participating, please contact either BTF member Felicia Neirby at or Council member Irene O'Connell at 650-589-9985 or via email at

Thank you for supporting your City of San Bruno! A proud member of "Tree City USA" since 2005.

Free Water Conservation Offers!
San Bruno offers free Bathroom and Kitchen Faucet Aerators, Low Flow Shower Heads and a 5 Minute Shower Timer. Contact the Water Division at (650) 616-7160 or drop by the City Hall Public Services Window to pick up the devices. Click here for additional information on water saving ideas and programs.

Streetlight Pilot Project
San Bruno is launching a streetlight pilot project in preparation to replace the City's approximately 2,000 streetlights. Click Here for additional information on the pilot and how you can contribute.
Awards will be presented at the October 14 Council meeting.

2013 Water Quality Report
CLICK HERE to view San Bruno's 2013 Water Quality Report. For more information about the Water Division, including rebate programs and conservation tips, please visit the Water Homepage

Police Department Public Service Announcement: Burglaries (video)

Water Conservation
On January 28, 2014, the City of San Bruno asked residents and businesses to conserve water to help meet the 10% voluntary reduction goal that will help preserve both the valuable resources of the Hetch Hetchy watershed and our own local groundwater resources.

So far in 2014 residents have reduced their water consumption by 2% and all citywide users by 5%. The City is encouraged by these early results. However, if the 10% goal is not achieved, mandatory reduction requirements may be adopted.

The City will be offering a free water-saving landscaping class this coming Saturday, May 17, from 9:00am to noon, at the San Bruno Recreation Center. Furthermore, free low-flow shower heads, a 5-minute shower timer, as well as free bathroom and kitchen faucet aerators can be obtained at the City Hall Public Services counter.

For more information about water conservation, including additional tips and available rebate programs, please visit San Bruno Water’s website at

Click here to view the City’s water usage data
Click here for helpful tips on reducing water usage

Crestmoor (Glenview) Trust Agreement
A Crestmoor (Glenview) Trust has been established for the City of San Bruno to respond to immediate and long-term expenses of the Glenview Fire incident of September 9, 2010. To view a summary of Crestmoor (Glenview) expenditures, please click HERE.

PG&E Settlement Not-For-Profit
In April 2012, the City reached a settlement agreement with PG&E for $68.75 million and five vacant property lots valued at $1.25 million. This legally binding agreement specifies that a Not for Profit entity shall be established to manage the use of the funds for the benefit of the entire City and can not can be used for general City operations. The funds from this settlement agreement are distinct and separate from the $50 million trust agreement to specifically benefit the Crestmoor neighborhood.

Those interested in being involved with the Not-For-Profit can email

Regular and Special City Council Meeting Notices
Please visit the City Council Agendas and Minutes page for additional details about regular and special meetings, Study Sessions, and other City Council discussion topics. For additional details related to the San Bruno Successor Agency, visit the Oversight Board Agendas and Minutes. For additional details related to the San Bruno Community Foundation (SBCF), visit the SBCF Board, Agenda, and Minutes.

Announcing the REBUILDCRESTMOOR.ORG Website
The latest updates for the Crestmoor neighborhood rebuilding and infrastructure reconstruction can be found HERE.