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Millbrae

Today, Millbrae boasts over 21,000 residents of diverse ethnic, national, and cultural backgrounds. Residents are employed in various industries throughout the Bay Area and children attend one of five public elementary schools, or private schools. The City's senior citizen community, with the eager generosity of the City's many service clubs and private donations, recently dedicated an attractive new senior wing within the Millbrae community center. Millbrae's approach is demarcated by a picturesque new overpass. A small city with global vision, Millbrae proudly nurtures Sister City relationships with La Serena, Chile, Mosta, Malta, and its newest Sister City Kaiping, China.

Together Millbrae residents meet the challenges and enjoy the benefits presented by the City's unique position adjacent to an international airport and a mecca city. The airport continues to expand and Millbrae's economy remains inextricably linked to the airport and the tourism it engenders. Millbrae retains its "small town" feel, while undergoing a major downtown revitalization and anticipating the entry of regional transit into the City. Hilltop to bayshore, residents and visitors revel in the City's spirit of community and scenic splendors.