Margaret Glomstad, Parks & Recreation Director
Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department is creating a better community in which to live and play through quality recreational environments, enriching opportunities, and empowering people.
How does Parks & Recreation make your life better?
Safe, outdoor spaces
For us, the biggest benefit is a safe, outdoor play space for our kids today… and as they grow.
Beauty and serenity
Being in nature makes me feel alive. I feel lucky to have this beautiful, serene place so close to home. I want my grandkids to have the same appreciation for parks.
Parks are made for moving at my own pace –- our family walks, plays and cycles. The recreation programs make it easy to stay healthy.
My neighborhood park is more than a place to chill. It keeps me thinking straight and away from trouble. It’s free -- and it’s really fun.
Socializing and learning
Parks are like holidays, bringing us together to share good times. They are the common ground that connects us all.
Valued today and always Parks enrich our lives.
They add value to our homes and neighborhoods. Individually and as a community, we’ll always have that need.