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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • CERT Class (details below)

  • Neighborhood Party !! 🎉 🌮 🎶 (details below)

  • Next monthly meeting

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Register now for the August 29 CERT Class, taught in Belmont for the first time ever!

Join the growing number of Belmont Heights CERTs!

Details and Registration
Brochure

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Belmont Heights Neighborhood Social

Saturday Sept. 9, 5-7 pm, Fox School

Join your neighbors for the annual BHCIA party with Taco Truck, DJ and more!

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BHCIA meets the third Wednesday of odd months.

Next BHCIA Meeting:

September 20, 2023 at 7:00 p.m

Guest speaker: Kathy Kleinbaum Assistant City Manager

Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/6501194002
Meeting ID:  650 11 94002
Conference Call-In #:  +1 408 638 0968

2022-2023 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE - JOIN BHCIA TODAY!

The Belmont Heights Civic Improvement Association is designed especially for the residents of Belmont Heights, our neighborhood in Belmont, California. The annual membership fee is $20. You can pay online via PayPal/Credit Card, or mail a check to: BHCIA, 1025 Alameda de las Pulgas #516, Belmont, CA 94002. It's a small annual fee to help to cover costs of logistics, communication, special events, neighborhood beautification projects, etc. We welcome any additional donations.

LOVE WHERE YOU LIVE - GET INVOLVED WITH BHCIA!

Do you have an idea for a neighborhood project, or a special event to bring families together? If so, please contact us at bhcia.email@gmail.com

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Continuing in our Speaker Series that recently featured the Mayor of Belmont, Belmont Police Chief and SMC Fire Department Fire Marshal, this month’s speaker is Jim Yoke, manager of SMCFD’s Office of Emergency Services, that includes CERT.

 

Jim will discuss multi-agency cooperation and response (whether CERT is activated or not), how agencies train and coordinate together, escalation procedures (formal, informal), etc. This includes SMCFD, Belmont PD, SMC Sheriff, other FDs and PDs, City, County, federal agencies like the FBI, etc. Jim will present examples and types of drills and actual emergencies that have or could impact our Belmont Heights and Belcrest neighborhoods, as well as all of San Mateo County.

 

Jim has been a professional emergency manager for twenty-five years. He started out with the American Red Cross in San Diego, and has worked in the K-12 education system and for cities, counties, and in higher education. While still a Red Cross volunteer he now manages the San Mateo Consolidated Fire Department’s Office Of Emergency Services (OES) which serves Belmont, Foster City, and San Mateo. He is an amateur radio (ham) operator, and he teaches emergency communications and CERT
locally and nationally both in English and in Spanish.

REMINDER: THESE OPEN SPACE TRAILS ARE CLOSED UNTIL REPAIRED

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• CHAPARRAL from John Brooks to Elevator
• RAMBLER from John Brooks to Finch
• RAMBLER from Ohlone to Canyon Creek

BHCIA

Our Belmont Heights neighborhood is located in the lovely Belmont hills overlooking San Francisco Bay, at the peak of Ralston Avenue -- accessed from Hallmark, Lassen and Tahoe Drives. The Belmont Heights Civic Improvement Association (BHCIA) offers you and your family the opportunity to engage with other members from your neighborhood while taking part in community development, social activities, and special events. Our organization supports 756 residences in the Belmont Heights area. We are a voluntary association. We encourage active participation and welcome suggestions or announcements from any Belmont Heights resident. If you've any question or need to contact us, please click contact us or send an email to bhcia.email@gmail.com.

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