Please join us for the following events around the City:
The City of South San Francisco, in collaboration with the South San Francisco Asian Alliance non-profit organization, will celebrate National Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month during the month of May, 2016. To honor its community members and friends ...Read more »
The City of South San Francisco has completed the installation of 215 new smart parking meters as part of a trial program designed to offer more convenient technology to City residents. The new smart meters provide more payment options for customers and a...Read more »
The South San Francisco Farmers' Market season is back and opens on Saturday, May 7th at Orange Memorial Park from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., continuing every Saturday until October 29th.
Enjoy the tastiest local fruits and vegetables with cooking demons...Read more »
The City of South San Francisco is celebrating "National Volunteer Month" by hosting a robust calendar of opportunities allowing residents, businesses and visitors to give back to the community. Throughout the month of April, friends of the City will have...Read more »
April 10 through 16 is National Library Week, a time to highlight the changing role of libraries, librarians and library workers. South San Francisco Public Library is at the forefront of the dynamic changes that are happening in today's libraries. Libra...Read more »
The City of South San Francisco is pleased to announce it has been named a Silicon Valley Water Conservation Award winner in the "Greenscape Management" category. The Silicon Valley Water Conservation Awards highlight government agencies, businesses, orga...Read more »
The City of South San Francisco Fire Department (SSFFD) is pleased to announce that one of its top Search and Rescue (SAR) program canines, “Allie,” has become Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) certified for Live-Find human detection over the nex...Read more »
The San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division needs your help! They are looking for energetic and qualified people to fill important Election Day jobs. Various positions are available and training is included.
Please view the attached flyers...Read more »
The South San Francisco City Council, on behalf of the Parks and Recreation Department, today announced that it was recently awarded a $67,590 grant from the Baseball Tomorrow Fund (BTF), a joint initiative of Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major Lea...Read more »
Beginning as early as Monday, March 28th, traffic will be affected on South Spruce Avenue.The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's (SFPUC) Regional Groundwater Storage & Recovery Project will begin installing a new pipeline along S. Spruce Avenue b...Read more »
No agenda or speeches, just a chance to chat with South San Francisco City Manager Mike Futrell and Chief of Police Jeff Azzopardi. Join fellow community members to discuss topics that matter most to you! No appointment or RSVP needed.
For complete in...Read more »
More than 100 people involved in education, government, and the biotechnology industry gathered today at Skyline College to discuss new ways to energize and excite students about pursuing a career in science or technology.
The first workforce summit w...Read more »
The City of South San Francisco's Fire, Police, Public Works and other city employees have been working throughout the day and into the night responding to resident's requests for help due to the heavy rains in the area. The city has activated its Emergen...Read more »
Beginning as early as Monday, March 7th, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, (SFPUC) will remove approximately 34 trees, and one previously fallen tree, on the SFPUC's right of way to prepare for pipe installation along El Camino Real between O...Read more »
Public members interested in providing input on local transit programs are encouraged to volunteer for the SamTrans Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC).
The 15-member CAC meets monthly and is responsible for offering feedback on the needs of transit use...Read more »
The 2016 Parks and Recreation Special Events program has been announced! Check out our brochure here and save these dates for a great time with your community members. In addition to movie nights, art exhibits, volunteer activities, a 5K run, and sports ...Read more »
Two South San Francisco restaurants, Amoura and Flavas Jamaican Grill, will join the elite group of Michelin restaurants this year. Michelin, which releases guides each year for the best hotels and restaurants in cities around the world, sends anonymous ...Read more »
The Giants Community Fund is now a part of the excitement surrounding the Big Game being held in the Bay Area, February 7, 2016! The Fund applied for and will receive a $10,000 grant through the 50 Fund, the Legacy Fund of the San Francisco Bay Area Super...Read more »
Wednesday, January 13th, at the City Council meeting, the Parks & Recreation Department presented a plaque to Council recognizing that the City achieved gold medals in all five "Let's Move! Cities, Towns and Counties" (LMCTC) goal areas, which are based o...Read more »
Beginning late January, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) will be removing approximately 26 trees to prepare for pipe installation along El Camino Real between Orange Avenue and Southwood Drive. This work is part of the Regional Ground...Read more »
The Community Outreach Program, in partnership with the South San Francisco City Council and Fire Department, once again awarded grants to middle school teachers in the South San Francisco Unified School District this year.
For more information please ...Read more »
As a mark of respect for the victims of gun violence that occurred on December 2, in San Bernardino, all city flags are flying at half-staff through Monday, December 7, which also marks the anniversary of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. The flag of...Read more »
From jingle bells and carolers to the annual radio takeover, nothing quite ushers in the season like holiday music. Throughout the month of December, the City of South San Francisco will offer free concerts at the Downtown Breezeway (356 Grand Avenue) to ...Read more »
Per Caltrans, stopping cars momentarily at on-ramps can save motorists several minutes per trip because overall freeway congestion is reduced. "Ramp meters" are a familiar sight to California motorists. Today, more than 1,000 ramp meters are in operation...Read more »
The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means it's time to find out who's been naughty or nice. The City of South San Francisco and the South San Francisco Police Department want you to have a safe and enjoyable holiday season this December so we...Read more »
Please view the City of South San Francisco's video showcasing our great City.
The new South City Shuttle service started on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014 and provides free transportation around South San Francisco, with trips to local stores, the SSF Senior Center, City Libraries, City Hall and parks. It also provides transit connect...Read more »