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Monday, December 11, 2017
Holiday Crime Prevention Tips from the Burlingame Police Department  With the holiday season quickly approaching, the Burlingame Police Department would like to remind citizens that you can reduce your chances of becoming a victim of a burglary or other crimes by following some simple crime prevention tips.  Take the following steps to avoid residential burglaries (which primarily take more
Categories: Community, General News Article
Monday, November 27, 2017
Does your business save water? Use renewable energy? Reduce pollution? Or make a green product? If so, nominate your business or one you may know of for the City's annual Burlingame Green Business Award.  Awards will be presented at the Burlingame Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting on January 18, 2018. Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your green business practices and be highlighted more
Categories: Chamber, Community
Friday, November 17, 2017
Paid Internship for Sophomores & Juniors  The Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame, in partnership with the City of Burlingame, is pleased to announce a paid Environmental Internship Program for high school students with an interest in sustainability issues, beginning in February 2018. The purpose of the program is to help motivate and nurture the next generation of more
Friday, October 20, 2017
The Parks Division is in the process of planting 139 City trees throughout Burlingame in planter strip areas, tree lawns and parks.  The species of trees being planted will include Trident Maples, Gingko Bilobas, Crepe Myrtles, Maytens, Red Oaks, Australian Willows, Magnolia St. Mary's and Samuel Sommers, Scarlet Oaks, Red Maples, Raywood Ashes, Chinese Flame trees, Chinese Pistaches, Sycamores, more
Categories: General News Article