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1101 El Camino Real
San Bruno, CA 94066-2405
eTaxes1.com is located in San Bruno, CA in San Mateo County, just 10 minutes south of San Francisco & 5 minutes north of San Francisco International Airport. It’s now much easier to reach eTaxes1.com even if you don’t have a car as BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) now has a San Bruno station. It’s a walk of 5-7 minutes to our front door from BART.
If you click on the link to the satellite view of the area surrounding our office, you’ll see Golden Gate National Cemetery just a few steps from our front door. Over 140,000 men and women who served our nation are buried there. If you scroll south and east just slightly you’ll at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), which is only a couple miles away.
We are seconds off Highway 380, between Highways 101 & 280 directly across from Tanforan Park Shopping Center. If you are coming from 380, take the El Camino Real exit heading north. You’ll make a U-turn at Sneath. If you are coming off the Sneath exit on 280, make a right at El Camino. We are just past the Shell gas station and White-Ivie Pet Center.
eTaxes1.com is located in a two-story brick building with Russo Dental Care signs on all sides. Make a right hand turn just before the brick building. There is no street sign, but you’ll see a sign for The Crossing, San Bruno. Then make your first left and make another left into our parking lot. Our parking lot entrance is just before the entrance onto Highway 380. If you go too far, you’ll have to go several lights, make another U-turn and start all over. eTaxes1.com is on the 2nd Floor.
We are directly across the street from Tanforan Park Shopping Center. Up until a few months ago, a statue of Seabiscuit was located just 60 yards from our office. Seabiscuit trained, raced and was stabled at Tanforan; one of the world’s greatest race tracks prior to its destruction in 1964. In 1942, Tanforan was used as an assembly point for Japanese-Americans who were forced to leave their homes during World War II. Tanforan is in the midst of a major reconstruction and will be renamed The Shops at Tanforan.