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  • Family Fun in Burlingame

    Known for its family-friendly atmosphere for years, Burlingame offers many fun activities that will keep the whole family entertained. It is a tight-knit community with excellent schools and many park areas designed with families in mind. Parks There are many parks available throughout Burlingame, all with their own unique offerings. Washington Park, the oldest in the area, is one block from the A ... Read More

  • Burlingame Community

    The beautiful suburb of Burlingame, commonly referred to as the City of Trees, is located in San Mateo County on the San Francisco Peninsula. Making up part of the shoreline of San Francisco Bay, the Burlingame community takes up an area of 5.5 miles, consists of approximately 28,000 people and attracts many others who come to town when visiting the Bay Area. Known for its natural beauty and large ... Read More

  • 5 Things You Never Knew about Burlingame

    Burlingame is known for its high residential quality of life as well as a great place to raise a family. Yet, there are many things about Burlingame that even those who were raised here may not know.Connection to 9/11On September 11, 2001, as everyone in the world knows, two planes crashed into the World Trade Centers, one crashed into the Pentagon and a fourth crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. ... Read More

  • Burlingame Hot Spots

    Just because Burlingame is considered a suburb does not mean the streets are rolled up when the sun goes down. Burlingame has many fun and interesting locations where you can enjoy a few adult beverages, expend some energy on the dance floor and enjoy a night out, whether you live here or are just visiting.Vinyl RoomThe Vinyl Room, known as the “Biggest Little Night Club in the Peninsula,” is ... Read More

  • Burlingame Top Attractions

    Burlingame, CA is full of creative and crafty residents and businesses that are heavily supported by the city and the community. There are several Burlingame attractions, mom-and-pop stores along Burlingame Avenue and Broadway; and the one-of-a-kind Burlingame Pez Museum, which has the largest Pez dispenser in the world. Whether you feel like lounging by a fireplace with a book or whipping laps ar ... Read More

  • History (Resident VIDEO)

    The known history of Burlingame begins when the first recorded contact was made by Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza. Before his expedition, not much is known about Burlingame’s background. While other Spanish expeditions are known to have passed through the area, de Anza was the first European to camp where the city now resides and even refers to the Burlingame creek in his diaries. It is ... Read More

  • About Burlingame

    Once advertised as “San Francisco’s Sunny Suburb,” Burlingame’s mild weather, abundance of trees and high quality of residential life make it one of the most attractive cities in the Bay Area. Located in San Mateo County on the San Francisco Peninsula along the shore of the Bay, this city, which spans 5.5 miles, is home to approximately 28,000 residents, an assortment of hotels, many shopp ... Read More

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