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Burlingame 50/50 Sidewalk Repair Program
  • Case Study

The City of Burlingame maintains over 116 miles of sidewalk, a significant portion of which is aging and is impacted by the tree roots resulting in cracks and separations requiring repair. Providing frontage access for Burlingame residents and businesses and serving as a primary pedestrian facility, the sidewalks are an essential part of the City’s infrastructure. It is essential that the sidewalk infrastructure be properly maintained to protect the public health and safety of the...

Burlingame Avenue Streetscape Improvements Project
  • Case Study

In coordination with planned utility improvements, the Burlingame Avenue Streetscape Improvements Project will enhance the experience of the street between El Camino Real and California Drive for visitors and residents alike, creating a memorable street for shopping, dining and strolling. The streetscape project provides an opportunity to plan and implement improvements that will bring form to the evolving vision and needs of merchants and the community. Opportunities for the project include...

Burlingame Climate Action Plan
  • Guide
  • Plan

The City of Burlingame’s Climate Action Plan serves as a guiding document to identify methods that the City and community can implement to significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is an important first step toward meeting the requirements mandated by new California legislation, known as Assembly Bill 32, California’s Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, which requires emissions to be reduced 15% below current levels (as measured in 2005) by the year 2020 and to be reduced by...

Burlingame Downtown Lot Development
  • Tool

The City of Burlingame owns and operates 20 surface parking lots distributed throughout the Downtown area. The Burlingame Downtown Specific Plan, centered on the Burlingame Avenue and Howard Avenue commercial areas, encourages mixed-use and/or residential development to maintain and enhance the vibrant pedestrian-oriented shopping area. Since parking is extremely important to the Downtown’s vitality, the RFQ states that any new developments must provide for the replacement of public parking...

Burlingame Downtown Specific Plan
  • Guide
  • Plan

On Monday, October 4, 2010, the City Council held a public hearing and adopted the Burlingame Downtown Specific Plan. The Burlingame Downtown Specific Plan is a policy document and implementation guide. The Plan sets forth strategies for change, as well as regulatory policies to guide and govern future development within the Downtown. It serves to publicly state the City's goals, objectives and expectations for the future of the Downtown and to instigate the transformation of the periphery...

Burlingame Green Building Ordinance
  • Tool

On October 18, 2010, the Burlingame City Council adopted an Ordinance that requires enhanced green building measures in residential and non-residential construction projects.

Burlingame High Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebate Program
  • Finance
  • Tool

Through a partnership with PG&E and BAWSCA, we are offering combined water and energy rebates $100 per washing machine if you purchase a qualifying efficient clothes washer.

Burlingame Leaf Blower Ordinance

At its regular meeting on Monday, August 15, 2011, the Burlingame City Council introduced an ordinance that restricts the use of leaf blowers within the boundaries of the City of Burlingame. The use of gasoline engine powered leaf blowers results in the release of significant amounts of carbon emissions into the City of Burlingame’s air each year; the prolific use of this type of equipment has the potential to create significant clean-air and health impacts for the community. In addition to...

Burlingame Point Project
  • Case Study

An application has been submitted for development of a new office/life science campus consisting of four office buildings and an amenities building with a total of 767,000 square feet of floor area on an 18.13 acre site located at 300 Airport Boulevard. Two 5-story buildings, one 7-story building, one 8-story building and a 2-story amenities building are proposed. The amenities building would include a child care facility, an exercise facility and a cafe/break room. Parking would be...

Burlingame Recycling Ordinance
  • Tool

The City of Burlingame has a Recycling Ordinance that requires completion of a Waste Reduction Plan prior to the issuance of a Building Permit. The California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 requires all California cities and counties to divert half of their waste from landfill. In order to meet this goal, Burlingame has adopted Ordinance No. 1704. This ordinance requires that 60% by weight of all waste generated from demolition and new construction be reused and/or recycled. Further...

Burlingame Sewer Backwater Ordinance 1723
  • Tool

Past developments of real property have installed plumbing fixtures that are below the level of the next upstream manhole/flushing inlet on the public sewer, or even below the level of the sewer main itself. Rather than a sewer blockage causing a back-up in the sewer main and overflowing at this manhole/flushing inlet as the system was intended to provide, the back-up instead seeks the lower point at the private sewer drainage system. These situations have led to needless damage to real...

Burlingame Storm Drain Capital Improvement Program
  • Case Study

Burlingame residents approved a storm drain fee in May 2009 to fund a Capital Improvement Program to improve the City's storm drain system. Implementing the $39-million Capital Improvement Program to replace the city's aging levees, pipes and pumps will provide long-lasting flood protection, improve public safety and reduce pollution. The Capital Improvement Program was developed by Burlingame Public Works engineers and city staff, who worked with the community to evaluate and prioritize...

Burlingame Street Tree Inventory
  • Tool

Thanks to a CalFire grant, the City of Burlingame has a new street tree inventory that allows “guests” to access a City tree by address. Click “My Tree” to visit the City’s new Tree Management System.

Burlingame Urban Forest Management Plan
  • Plan

This Urban Forest Master Plan is a compilation of information, statistics, policies and procedures that the Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department has had in place for many years. The Goal of the Plan is to manage the community’s urban forest to enhance the quality of life. The process integrates the environmental, economic, political, historical, and social values of the community to develop a comprehensive management plan for the urban forest. The Plan includes a background of the...

Burlingame Urban Forest Resource Analysis/Tree Inventory
  • Report
  • Tool

As a continuation of their long-standing, proactive approach to managing the urban forest, the City of Burlingame contracted with Davey Resource Group (DRG) in 2011 to inventory publicly owned trees on streets and right-of-ways, in parks, and at City facilities. The inventory, conducted by a team of arborists, included a brief inspection of each tree. In addition to the geographic location, the arborist also recorded the species, size, condition, and current maintenance needs of each tree....

Burlingame Urban Reforestation & Tree Protection Ordinance
  • Tool

The city of Burlingame is endowed and forested with a variety of healthy and valuable trees which must be protected and preserved. The preservation of these trees is essential to the health, welfare and quality of life of the citizens of the city because these trees preserve the scenic beauty of the city, maintain ecological balance, prevent erosion of top soil, counteract air pollution and oxygenate the air, absorb noise, maintain climatic and microclimatic balance, help block wind, and...

Burlingame Water Quality Report
  • Report

The Annual Water Quality Report has been prepared to provide information about the drinking water we supply to our customers. Physical and chemical characteristics of the water supply are presented in detail in this report. You will also find other information, in the report, which deals with important issues pertaining to the water quality of this essential resource.

Burlingame Water-Wise Gardening Program
  • Tool
  • Training

The City of Burlingame, in cooperation with the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency, is offering a free Water Wise Gardening CD to Burlingame residents. This interactive program displays outstanding water-efficient garden photographs which hyperlinks and identifies plants that compose these gardens. The program is user friendly and offers a searchable plant database, watering recommendations, hydro-zone reports and much more.

Burnham Energy
  • Finance
  • Tool

Burnham Energy, a subsidiary of Burnham Nationwide, is the nation’s premier solar permitting and inspections company. Burnham Energy has inspected and permitted hundreds of solar installations all across the United States. As part of the Burnham Nationwide family, Burnham Energy provides the following permitting and inspection services wherever our clients are located: Solar Permitting, Residential Solar Inspections, Compliance Services for Utilities and Government Agencies, and Services for...

Butte Environmental Council
  • Tool

The Butte Environmental Council (BEC) is a non-profit corporation that is dedicated to protecting the exceptional quality of life in the 1,670 square miles of Butte County. Founded in 1975, BEC is devoted to environmental education and information referral services, and advocacy. BEC is the region's leading environmental organization. This organization is managed by a board of directors, four staff members, interns, and volunteers. It currently has 800 members.

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