The City Council has approved the Transit Corridors Plan and associated environmental review. Additionally, the City Council has directed staff to begin work necessary to set a public vote in November 2013 to exceed the current height limits under Ordinance 1284. A formal authorization for the vote will be necessary by the City Council. More information to come soon… ————- On Tuesday, February 12, 2013, the City Council will hold a public hearing to review the Transit Corridors Plan (TCP), Environmental Impact Report (EIR), and proposed General Plan amendments. The meeting will be at 7:00 pm at the Senior Center, located at 1555 Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno. The staff report and related documents for the City Council meeting will … READ MORE
Join City staff to discuss the Transit Corridors Plan and any questions that you might have. This is an open house and staff will be available to speak from 6 PM until 8 PM. If you have questions and can’t attend, call us at (650) 616-7074. Thanks!
On November 20, 2012 at 7pm, the Planning Commission will review the Transit Corridors Plan and Environmental Impact Report in a public hearing. The public is encouraged to attend and learn more about this multi-year community process. The meeting staff report will be available here on Friday, November 16, 2012.
On Wednesday, October 10, the City Council and Planning Commission will be meeting to review the Transit Corridors Plan (TCP). The main purpose of the meeting is to discuss the Plan and the findings of the environmental review. The public is welcome to attend. There will be multiple public hearings in the coming months, and you will receive notices 10 days before those hearings. The City of San Bruno has been working on the Plan with the aim of revitalizing important commercial corridors in the older parts of the city. At the end of August, we sent you a letter and list of frequently asked questions about the Plan. Since then, we have heard from several residents and property owners. … READ MORE
Since the Transit Corridors Plan Question and Answer flyer that was mailed a week ago, the Planning Division has received many calls and personal visits at City Hall. The interaction between residents and staff has been excellent and we really appreciate your interest in the Transit Corridors Plan! One of the most common questions from residents and property owners has been whether this plan allows for Eminent Domain or property takings. Eminent Domain IS NOT proposed under the Transit Corridors Plan (TCP). The TCP is simply a zoning change to allow property owners to have a mix of commercial space and housing IF they chose to do so. Any new project proposal will be reviewed through a public process and … READ MORE
Each property owner and resident within the Transit Corridors Plan area will be receiving information this week on the upcoming public hearing process for review and potential adoption of the plan. For anyone interested in the Transit Corridors Plan, this information is available here. City staff is also planning a joint session with the City Council and Planning Commission to review the Transit Corridors Plan. This meeting will be open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend. Please stay tuned for a specific date (sometime in Fall 2012) on our Events Page.
PlanBruno.org is the primary website for future planning and economic development projects for the City of San Bruno. The City of San Bruno has a residential population of just over 41,000 and a daily influx of over 6,000 high technology workers to the Bayhill office park. Situated fifteen minutes south of San Francisco, San Bruno is quickly becoming its own technology hub for businesses that prefer a convenient location with regional transit access. Both the BART subway system and Caltrain rail commuter line have active stations in San Bruno. National headquarters for YouTube.com, Walmart.com and The Gap corporation are based in San Bruno. Finally, the Transit Corridors Plan is an exciting new vision for the City and provides a road map for improving both … READ MORE