A special evening with SR-71 pilot Brian Shul.
Saturday, November 5th, 5:30 pm through 8:00 pm.
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|On August 4, the Mayor and Common Council, with a 6 to 1 vote, approved moving forward with a special municipal election on a new proposed city charter. The special election will be consolidated with the November 8, 2016 statewide general election conducted by the County of San Bernardino. |
To read the new proposed city charter, click here. )
|We had such a successful June event on Waterman Ave., that we are initiating another #FightFlight Cleanup Day. Need volunteers hours or simply want to help keep SB clean, join the team at the Jerry Lewis Swim Center parking lot at Perris Hill Park on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 7 a.m. and tackle Highland Avenue and the park. Email FightBlight@SBCity.org or visit www.SBCity.org/KeepSBClean to learn more.|
FightBlight Cleanup Day flier )
Effective April 1st, 2016 Burrtec will provide all refuse services for City of San Bernardino residents and businesses. The City of San Bernardino and the San Bernardino Municipal Water Department are working with Burrtec to ensure the smoothest service transition possible. Please remember refuse services provided through March 31st, 2016 will reflect on your SBMWD April or May billing statement.
Please contact Customer Service at (909) 384-5095 should you have questions regarding refuse services or billing relating to refuse service provided through March 31, 2016.
For questions regarding refuse service after April 1st, 2016 please contact Burrtec at (909) 804-4222.
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|Want to learn more about the city's flood safety plan? Here is our 2015/2016 plan, development by our emergency preparedness planning team. The team consists of multiple departments such as San Bernardino Police, Fire, Public Works, Parks & Recreations and more. The plan will be updated as we make further progress in our safety preparedness program.|
Visit www.SBCity.org/SBReady for more information.
City of San Bernardino Flood Safety Plan )
On Monday, Nov. 16, the Mayor and Common Council gave City staff the green light to move forward with negotiating a 10-year service contract with Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc.
A contract consistent with Burrtec’s proposal and the terms of the request for proposal is expected to be presented to the Council, for final approval, no later than January 2016. Staff’s analysis report and presentation are posted on www.SBCity.org/bankruptcy.
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