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Chamber of Commerce
Since 1942, the San Bruno Chamber of Commerce has been the leading advocate for the business community in San Bruno. The Chamber strives to draw new companies to our city, strengthen our economic base, and ideally provide more jobs for our residents. We support our members by offering connections that encourage business growth: networking opportunities, marketing guidance, business-to-business referral events, social media promotion, community celebrations, and exposure to political leaders making economic decisions that impact San Bruno businesses.
City Recognized Holidays (PDF)
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There is a wealth of educational opportunities to be found in San Bruno. From elementary school through college, the resources available within the city can meet most people's needs.
Elections are administered by the City Clerk's Office and the San Mateo County Elections Division.
This web application allows residents of San Bruno to create a listing of their upcoming garage sale using a simple form and enhanced visual representation using the City’s Geographic Information System.
San Bruno Responds
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The City of San Bruno is proud to be a part of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system. Opened on June 22, 2003, the BART station is situated next to the San Bruno Police station. The facility houses a large parking structure for daily, carpool, and long term airport parking. There are also 30 lockers for bicycle facilities.
In October of 1990, Narita, Japan became San Bruno's sister city. The relationship between the two cities started in 1982 between the Rotary Clubs of the two cities. Since then the relationship between San Bruno and Narita has flourished. Narita is a suburb of Tokyo, and the home of Narita Airport, which handles as many as 20 million passengers annually, making it one of the busiest airports in the world.