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your calendars! Community Day in San Bruno City Park will be held
on Sunday, June 7, 2020. A day of good food, rides, and lots of
fun with family, neighbors and friends!
Interested in becoming a sponsor of the event? Contact the Community Services Department at (650) 616-7180.
Interested in serving on the new Citizen’s Revenue Measure Oversight Committee?
Citizen's Revenue Measure Oversight Committee was created to review the
annual audit of the revenues generated by the local sales tax approved
by the voters in the November 2019 election, and to make such
recommendations to the City Council as it deems necessary or
The Citizen's Revenue Measure
Oversight Committee will hold at least one regular meeting per calendar
year, which will occur on the second Wednesday of each January at 5:30
p.m. in San Bruno City Hall. Special meetings will be scheduled
throughout the calendar year as needed. All Committee meetings
will be held in accordance with the Ralph M. Brown Act (Government Code
Section 54950 et seq.)
Applications are available through the City Clerk's Office or by calling (650) 616-7061 for more information.
Interested in serving on another Board, Commission or Committee? Contact the City Clerk to learn more about other vacancies or volunteer opportunities.
part of the process by participating in our citywide survey!
The City of San Bruno initiated the recruitment process for the
next Police Chief. As part of the process, we are
interested in learning more about the community’s preferences and
expectations as they relate to the next Police Chief. Please take
a few moments to complete our survey.
The responses to this survey will be considered during the recruitment
and interview process to help with the appointment of San Bruno's next
the recruitment process, the San Bruno Police Department will be led by
Interim Police Chief Eric Wollman, former Police Chief
for the City of Burlingame, who brings 36 years of distinguished
service to that community. This will allow the City to provide
continuity of leadership as it transitions to the next permanent
appointment of the next Police Chief.
City of San Bruno (City), as the lead agency under the California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) released a Draft Environmental Impact
Report (EIR) for the proposed San Bruno Recreation and Aquatic Center
(RAC) Project on Monday, January 27. This starts a required 45-day
public comment period, which runs Monday, January 27, 2020 – Wednesday,
March 11, 2020. The proposed project would include the following
components: 1) demolition of the existing Veterans Memorial recreation
building and pool; 2) construction of a new approximately 47,000 square
foot San Bruno Recreation and Aquatics Center (SBRAC); 3) the
reconfiguration of adjacent existing parking areas and roadways within
the park; and 4) the relocation of the existing channelized creek
within a portion of the park.
Draft EIR, all documents incorporated by reference including special
studies, and additional information regarding the proposed project can
be accessed on the City’s website and is
also available for public review at the City Community and Economic
Development Department public service counter, at the City Clerk’s
public counter in City Hall and at the San Bruno Library.
This is a major step in the process to bring our new community facility into reality!
continues to closely monitor the construction activities regarding the
Crestmoor Canyon hillside on Westbound San Bruno Avenue between
Crestmoor and Glenview Avenues. The emergency repair includes
work conducted by geotechnical engineers and contractors, and
significant work has progressed over the last month. On January
28, City of San Bruno Public Works Director, Jimmy Tan, provided an
update to the City Council on the work that is underway. The week
prior, the contractor mobilized their equipment on site and began
clearing and grubbing, and potholing the existing 4” gas main.
Additional potholing was performed to determine depths of the 230KV
electrical duct the 24” gas pipeline.
may notice large equipment on site - drilling operations commenced the
week of January 27. Staff from a geotechnical engineering firm
that the City is working with, along with City staff, are on-site
performing inspections. The contractor will continue to work on
the hillside through the next few weeks and work is anticipated to
complete in early March 2020.
control measures are in place, which may require the stoppage of
traffic as necessary, for the movement of large equipment and
materials. Residents are encouraged to use caution and drive
slowly in the construction zone.
picture to the right above, shows a crane holding up steel beam,
approximately 50 feet in length, as it is inserted into a hole along
the hillside. The picture to the left above, shows the
concrete truck pumping slurry into the hole. As mentioned, the
project is expected to be complete by early March 2020. Updates
will be provided at City Council meetings through the completion of
Krishnamurthy is the Director of San Bruno CityNet Services, which
includes the enterprise formerly called San Bruno Municipal Cable TV,
and the City of San Bruno’s Information Technology Department.
Since August 2018 he has been engaged in operating and transforming the
49 year old enterprise to suit current and evolving market conditions.
Sandeep has over 25 years of diverse business
and change management experience acquired in corporate and
entrepreneurial environments. His background in U.S. media
distribution has been focused on the intersection of technology and
customer operations, spanning cable TV, satellite and internet
streaming businesses. He has held a range of progressively
responsible business and unit leadership roles at media companies owned
by Liberty Media Group, Comcast, Naspers (South Africa), DISH
Network and Zee Television (India). As a Management Consultant at AMC
Networks, Infosys and the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, Sandeep has
led and contributed to strategy development and implementation
received an M.A. degree from the University of Denver’s Korbel School
of International Studies and a B.A. from the National Defense Academy
of India. He is a naturalized American citizen. A resident
of the East Bay, Sandeep enjoys hiking California’s many parks and