Millbrae, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

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The Millbrae City Council is composed of five members, each elected for a four-year term. Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of every month, and are televised live on cable channel 27. Meetings start at 7:00 p.m. and future agendas are published 72 hours in advance. There is no public notice for special meetings, but future agendas are available 24 hours in advance.

In 2019, 63.3% of residents in Millbrae, CA drove alone to work, while 16.8% took public transit or carpooled. The chart below shows the percentage of households using each mode of transportation over time. Note that the y-axis is graphed using a logarithmic scale, which is useful in illustrating variations in smaller means of commuting. The chart also shows car ownership rates.

While Millbrae has become a thriving city, residents are also concerned with preserving the city's small-town character. In fact, two big developments are planned next to the BART station, 300 Millbrae Avenue and 150 Serra Ave. The former will consist of 488 units and 290,000 square feet of office space. In addition to these big developments, the city is also lobbying to have the proposed high-speed rail station underground, which will allow for even more housing development.