The City of South San Francisco, in partnership with San Mateo County's Health System and Mosquito and Vector Control, participated in a mock emergency drill called
"Silver Dragon" to test the agencies' readiness when it comes to emergencies.
South San Francisco Councilmember Rich Garbarino was elected first vice president of the League of California Cities® at the organization's board of directors meeting in
Sacramento yesterday. The board of directors elected him to serve the remainder of a v...
Ever wish you could find a co-worker or neighbor to carpool within seconds? Now, you can, with a new carpooling app for your Apple or Android phone.
Parks & Recreation Director Sharon Ranals and Parks Manager Samantha Haimovitch presented a glass statue to Mayor Pradeep Gupta, and proudly displayed a banner that
showcased South San Francisco as a "Tree City USA" for the 30th year in a row at ...
The City of South San Francisco is celebrating National Library Week, April 9 - 15, 2017, by providing a lineup of special events in addition to its ongoing programs and
services to introduce - and reintroduce - the many wonders of the library to the young...
The City of South San Francisco's after-school Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Program, which is a joint effort between the City's Parks and Recreation and Library departments, recently received commendations by the San Mateo County Board...
Starting April 1, you can support your local parks by nominating the City of South San Francisco to receive a $20,000 grant from the Meet Me at the Park initiative!
The City of South San Francisco and the Library seek your photographs depicting people, places, and events of local historical significance. While you're there, please consider doing an Oral History video of your favorite memories! We're looking for resid...
The City of South San Francisco has launched mySSF, a free mobile app available for Apple iOS and Google Android users. The app links directly with the City's website, allowing users easier access to City services and information, all at the touch of a fi...
The City of South San Francisco, together with the South San Francisco Unified School District (SSFUSD), kicks off its 37th Annual Youth Government Day program to local
juniors and seniors in the district's high schools.
The City of South San Francisco welcomes new Public Works Director, Eunejune Kim.
The South San Francisco City Council is used to doing a ribbon-cutting here and there, but yesterday, they experienced a more unusual way to unveil a new 103-foot Aerial "Quint" Fire Truck and a new paramedic rescue ambulance to the City by part...
El pasado jueves, más de 30 residentes hispanos de la Ciudad South San Francisco asistieron a su primera Academia Comunitaria, la cual que se celebra anualmente a través del Departamento de Policia. La Academia Comunitaria ofrece una oportunidad de conoce...
Last Thursday, more than 30 Hispanic residents of South San Francisco attended their first Community Academy, which is held annually through the South San Francisco Police Department and provides an inside look at the Police Department, how it functions a...
The City of South San Francisco's Public Works Department, led by Councilmember Mark Addiego, has kicked off an "Adopt a Storm Drain" initiative to help keep South San
Francisco beautiful. Keeping the city's drains open is especially important during the f...
South San Francisco Emergency Services Manager, Ken Anderson, Sr., Receives 2016 George Berry Award. Anderson selected among his emergency management peers to receive annual award.
South San Francisco Police Chief Receives Highest Certificate Issued by Police Officer Standards and Training (POST). Award accomplished by fewer than one percent of the state's law enforcement community.
On December 6, 2016, South San Francisco council members nominated and voted Pradeep Gupta as Mayor and Liza Normandy as Vice Mayor.
The City of South San Francisco is showingsupport for police around the nation, and specifically for its own policedepartment, by lighting up City Hall the color of a police’s distinctive blueuniform this week. The nation has seen a growing number of inci...
It’s customary for either the mother or father of the newly sworn-in police officer to pin the police badge onto the son or daughter’s uniform. Today, one of the officer’s mothers couldn’t be in attendance, so instead, South San Francisco Police Chief Jef...Read more ï¿½
In the wake of a national political campaign that has stirred the emotions of so many Americans, City Leaders and Staff of South San Francisco want to take the time to thank all veterans for their service and their sacrifices.Read more ï¿½
Usually the ABCs are reserved for teaching children at a young age how to recite the alphabet, but when it comes to the South San Francisco Public Library, they've taken the ABCs and turned it into a powerful social media campaign that is getting state re...Read more ï¿½
South San Francisco's free shuttle continues to gain momentum, and is now catching the attention of people outside the Industrial City.
Last night, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) presented 13 "Excellence in Motion" awards a...Read more ï¿½
South San Francisco high school students received a lesson in life last week, and it’s one they’ll hopefully carry throughout their adulthood. While the nation commemorated Fire Prevention Week, which was October 9 – 15, the South San Francisco Fire Depar...Read more ï¿½
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the City of South San Francisco its 14th consecutive Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program (CAFR Program). This award was est...Read more ï¿½
Rain didn’t stop hundreds of eager library patrons from attending the “Grand” reopening of the Grand Avenue Library this past Saturday in downtown South San Francisco.
It’s been more than a decade since members of the South San Francisco Rotary Club visited Atotonilco el Alto, Mexico, so last week’s trip is something the Sister City committee president, Frank McAuley, said was long overdue. Read more ï¿½
Starting this week, those that are registered to vote can do so early. California law allows voters to cast their ballot any time during the 29 day period prior to Election Day.
The City of South San Francisco is pleased to announce that Councilmember Richard Garbarino was elected to the position of incoming 2016-17 second Vice President by the League of California Cities® (LOCC).
The South San Francisco Public Library was selected as one of twenty libraries across California to join a pilot program – Leamos @ the Library. Leamos, translated as Let’s Read @ The Library, is a literacy program aimed at helping native Spanish speaker...Read more ï¿½