About Burlingame Network
What We Do
Connect, Inform, Prepare
Burlingame Neighborhood Network (BNN) encourages neighbors to connect with one another to build a sense of community, become informed about disaster preparedness and support one another during emergencies.
Earthquakes, wildfires, floods and power outages can all disrupt our lives and our neighbors’ lives. Studies of major catastrophes show that personal connections among neighbors dramatically improve both the chances of survival during a disaster and faster recovery in its aftermath.
Getting to know neighbors builds our sense of community and our resiliency. That’s why BNN encourages forming block groups to connect neighbors and promote block parties and get-togethers. BNN also holds community preparedness events, and organizes an annual citywide emergency drill.
Who We Are
BNN is open to anyone living in Burlingame, and others interested in resiliency. Simply subscribe to our BNN Newsletter! You will receive updates and invitations to our events.
BNN is governed by a board of directors, each of whom has participated in disaster preparedness drills and shown a commitment to BNN’s mission. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Encourage neighbors to connect with one another to build a sense of community, become informed about disaster preparedness, and support resiliency during emergencies.
To reach the BNN board, email: [email protected]
- Joe Becerra
- Beth Bhatnagar, Secretary
- Holly Daley, Chair
- David Harris, Vice Chair
- Anne Hinckle, Treasurer
- Rik Kasuga
- Terry Nagel
- Valerie Tucker
On February 25, 2022, we lost a beloved board member, Suzanne Tateosian.
Read a tribute to her years of valuable contribution to BNN and our community.