Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee

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Purpose & Responsibilities

The South San Francisco Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) is comprised of 7 members appointed by City Council. The BPAC, together with City staff, provides the following services to the residents of the City of South San Francisco:
  • Identifies capital improvement projects that address bicycle and pedestrian access or safety issues.
  • Receives input from residents, businesses, Council and other Committees/Commissions regarding bicycle and pedestrian activities.
  • Maintains a BPAC web page to disseminate bicycling and pedestrian information to the community.
  • Conducts educational awareness campaigns to improve the safety of bicyclists and pedestrians.
  • Reviews and recommends grant applications.

Pedestrian Master Plan

Bicycle Master Plan


When: First Wednesday of every Month

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Location: ANNEX Conference Room 315 Maple Avenue, South San Francisco, CA 94080

BPAC Meetings are open to the public. Please contact the Economic & Community Development Department at 650-829-6620 to confirm the meeting schedule.


Members are appointed by City Council with no term expiration. 

  • Natalie Gore, Chair
  • Amir Thagavis , Vice-Chair
  • Michael Aires, Committee Member
  • Kristina Anderson, Committee Member 
  • Frank McAuley, Committee Member
  • Dan Sherman, Committee Member

Contacting the BPAC

To contact any of the BPAC Members or support staff, please email Your email will be directed to the BPAC and addressed at the next regularly scheduled meeting, or responded to quickly by staff if necessary.

Resources for Pedestrians & Bicyclists

Support Staff

Nell Selander, Secretary to the BPAC
Deputy Director, Economic & Community Development Department

Ines Mendez, Clerk to the BPAC
Office Specialist, Economic Development & Housing Division

Applying to BPAC

If you wish to apply to be on the BPAC, complete the Application for Boards and Commissions and submit by the following methods:

  • Email one copy of the completed application to 
  • Fax to (650) 829-6641
  • Mail to: City Clerk, P.O. Box 711, South San Francisco, CA 94083
  • In person: The application can be  dropped off at the City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 400 Grand Ave., South San Francisco, CA 94080

*Please note, postmarks do not count. The application must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the date of the deadline.