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San Bruno's Stormwater System

Protecting the Bay's Water, San Bruno Homes, Property & Emergency Response

As we all continue to address more extreme, unpredictable climates, and rainy seasons, San Bruno is committed to ensuring we are doing our part to maintain clean water in our region while minimizing flooding property damage to our local residents and businesses.

Unfortunately, the City’s most recent stormwater system assessment found the system is inadequate, and requires that the City upgrade and properly maintain the system long-term to ensure efficient drainage, prevent property damage from flooding and minimize the risk of pollution into San Bruno Creek, the San Francisco Bay, and local water supplies.

This is why we need to hear from you. San Bruno is committed to responsibly addressing these stormwater system needs on a timely basis and for future generations. Read more about Stormwater....

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How does the proposed Storm Drainage and Flood Protection Fee affect my property?

The proposed fee methodology calculation that was included in the Storm Drainage and Flood Protection Fee report can be viewed by entering your 9-digit Assessor Parcel Number (APN) without spaces or dashes HERE.

I am a property owner, how can I submit my official vote?

The ballot must be completed by the property owner or an authorized representative.

Clearly mark your ballot, sign it, seal it, and return it in the envelope provided. If you misplace your ballot and need a new one issued, call the City Clerk at (650) 616-7061.

Completed ballots must be received by 5:00 p.m. on June 15, 2021 via mail OR deposited in the secure drop box located at the rear entrance of City Hall at 570 Linden Avenue.

If you have questions about your ballot or the election, contact the City Clerk's Office at (650) 616-7061 or by visiting their elections webpage.