December 21, 2017
Caltrain Electrification Project
Burlingame Welcomes Bike Sharing
Seismic Retrofit Grants

Student Environmental Internship Opportunity

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calprojectCaltrain Electrification Project in Burlingame

The Caltrain Electrification Project kicked off in Burlingame this week. Caltrain crews will be working along the right of way to install the foundations for the overhead contact system. Activities will include excavation, rebar and anchor installation, electrical grounding and concrete fill.

Work will take place during the day and at night. Activities will occur between 7:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. To mitigate noise and other impacts during nighttime activities, the field team will use acoustical barrier blankets, and will position lights away from residential, roadways, and business areas.

For more information about the project and to receive updates, visit Caltrain's website by clicking on this link. In addition, questions and comments may be directed to the dedicated Project Hotline by calling 650-399-9659 or by emailing calmod@caltrain.com. 
bikeshareBurlingame Welcomes Bike Sharing

The City of Burlingame is excited to introduce a six month bike sharing pilot in Burlingame. The bike sharing program will be operated by LimeBike, a company headquartered in San Mateo with bike sharing programs nationwide.

The LimeBikes will be available around town. Rides will cost $1 every 30 minutes. To ride, riders need to download the app onto their smartphone, scan the bike number, strap on a helmet, ride, enjoy and park smart.

Bike sharing will only work if bikes are parked responsibly and in places that do not block traffic, pedestrian access, wheelchair access, or private property. Bikes should be parked by bike racks and on sidewalks away from the pedestrian walkway.

If riders have any problems or concerns with a LimeBike contact LimeBike's 24/7 customer service: call or text 1-888-LIME-345, or email support@limebike.com.


Use the promo code "CityofTrees" in the LimeBike app for 5 free rides.

Ride, enjoy, and park smart!
seismicSeismic Retrofit Grants

The next registration period for EARTHQUAKE BRACE + BOLT will be January 23 through February 23, 2018.

Homeowners may qualify for up to $3,000 toward a code-compliant seismic retrofit.
For details please see their website at www.EarthquakeBraceBolt.com, or call 877-232-4300.
internStudent Environmental Internship Opportunity

In partnership with the City of Burlingame, Citizens Environmental Council (CEC) is offering paid environmental internships to current high school sophomores and juniors who live or attend school in Burlingame. 

Students accepted into the Environmental Internship Program will explore, individually or in small teams, the sustainability of their own school's culture and operations, and they will research best practices and innovative programs at other schools. Monthly meetings with mentors will take place during the spring and fall semesters in 2018, and a $300 stipend will be paid to each intern at completion of the program. Applications are due January 15, 2018.

EventsEvents Around Town
Winter Break Adventure Camp
Week 1: December 26-29, 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Week 2: January 2-5 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Play! Art! Friendship! Create!  Enrollment for Winter Break Adventure Camp is now open!   Check out the website for more information.  We are looking forward to seeing you there!  For any questions, please email nacquisti@burlingame.orgRegister by clicking here.
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