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Sea-Level Rise & Climate Assessment

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The City is proud to announce it has been awarded a $60,000 San Mateo County grant to study the risks of sea level rise in Millbrae’s downtown. The main goals of the Sea-Level Rise Assessment are to identify and understand the risks of climate change to key assets within the City of Millbrae and to identify actions the City can incorporate into regional and local planning efforts. Once the City better understands the risks of climate change, concrete steps can be taken to mitigate them. This project builds on regional planning efforts to provide more specific information within the City.

In June, the City held a special community meeting to show Millbrae residents some of the challenges the City is facing when addressing climate change and sea-level rise. The presentation from that meeting can be viewed here.

Prior to the June meeting, a community survey was sent out to better understand your thoughts and concerns regarding climate change and sea-level rise. That survey is still open and we encourage all Millbrae residents to complete it. To take the survey, please visit


Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Assessment - May 15, 2019 

As part of a special grant from San Mateo County, the City needs the help of local residents.

On Thursday, June 13, 2019, the City of Millbrae will host a special community meeting to explain the challenges the City is facing when addressing climate change and sea-level rise.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • How sea-level rise and climate change are impacting Millbrae
  • What is being done to mitigate sea-level rise
  • Understanding our local vulnerability

A major part of this meeting includes better understanding residents’ concerns and what they see as vulnerable infrastructure in the City.

The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Chetcuti Community Room.

We hope you will be able to attend to share your thoughts and concerns.

Help us understand your thoughts and concerns. Take the community survey at


Climate Assessment Community Meeting Flyer