January 2020

Happy New Year!  Please note these important policy discussions happening during the next few weeks. Join us whenever possible -- our City Council values your input and participation. 


Important Dates:

• Coffee & Conversation with Emily (informal Q&A about topics on your mind)
   Saturday, January 11th @ 8:30 AM, Copenhagen Bakery, 1216 Burlingame Avenue. All are welcome, no
   RSVP required. 

• City Council Annual Goals Session 
   Saturday, January 25th, time TBA (typically 9 AM -12 PM) Lane Room, Burlingame Main Library 

• Burlingame's El Camino Real Renewal Open House
   Tuesday, January 28th, 6-8 PM, Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 Burlingame Avenue

Caltrans, the City of Burlingame, and our citizen-driven Burlingame El Camino Real Task Force invite you to join us for an education night to learn more about opportunities for the long-term rehabilitation of our iconic roadway.  This will be a worthwhile meeting -- thanks for making an extra effort to attend.

• Burlingame Minimum Wage Study Session 
   Monday, February 3rd, 6 PM, Burlingame City Hall, 501 Primrose Road

Join us for a discussion about local minimum wage in Burlingame and other cities throughout our region. We welcome all stakeholders to participate in this information-gathering study session.  

• "Reach Code" Study Session for Sustainable Developments
  Tuesday, February 18th, 6 p.m. Burlingame City Hall, 501 Primrose Road

Always a good idea to double-check our City Council meeting time, location, and agenda content here.

Don't Forget to Pick Your Favorite Bike Route

Visit WalkBikeBurlingame.com and use the interactive map to “Like” or “Dislike” bike route recommendations and make comments on the proposed bicycle and pedestrian network. The website will remain open for a few more weeks and close for public comments on February 20, 2020. Your input will be used for the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan – the blueprint for where the City should construct future bike routes. Help the City improve cycling and pedestrian access in Burlingame by visiting WalkBikeBurlingame.com.

Wishing you and your family all the best in 2020!  Away we go... 

Warmest regards,

Emily Beach 
Mayor, City of Burlingame 


P.S. You can read my past newsletters and learn about upcoming events at beachforburlingame.com