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Burlingame is a city in San Mateo County, California. It is located on the San Francisco Peninsula and has a significant shoreline on San Francisco Bay. The city is named after diplomat Anson Burlingame. It is renowned for many surviving examples of Victorian architecture and its high residential quality of life. Burlingame was settled by wealthy San Franciscans looking for a better climate for their second homes, but industrial growth was spurred in the 1960s and 1970s by proximity to the San Francisco International Airport, generating airline support services growth near the U.S. Route 101 corridor. As of the 2000 U.S. Census, Burlingame had a population of 28,158.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 15.6 square kilometers, out of which 11.2 square kilometers of its area is covered by land and 4.4 square kilometers is occupied by water. Population of city  as of 2000 was 28,158 and its density is 2,510.8 per square kilometers. Burlingame is known as the city of trees due to the number of trees within the city. Most residential properties have trees owned and protected by the city on their public right of way. In addition the city has many parks and Eucalyptus groves that add to the overall tree numbers.
Presently, Burlingame experiences a sharp social, economic and population growth derivative of the strategic position of the locality and the high level of well being and quality of life that is enjoyed with respect to other places of California. This fact has consolidated along with other adjacent cities, as a great alternative for residence.

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