Movie Night, March 26; Online Survey Now through March 28
March 22, 2022
  • REDWOOD CITY, Calif.   -  

    San Mateo County Parks is making it easy and fun for park users to share design ideas for Flood County Park’s 2020 Landscape Plan park features in person and online.

    Information gathered during this period of the Realize Flood Park project will guide the development of schematic designs for new and updated park features, including sports and play areas, picnic and gathering areas, historic resources and the park’s urban forest and ecology.  The design options will be presented to the public for comments beginning this summer.

    The park’s Landscape Plan was developed through a series of public meetings that identified the community’s goals and priorities for reinvigorating Flood Park. In 2020, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved the Landscape Plan and certified the environmental impact report.

    Flood Park Movie Night – Disney’s “Encanto” Saturday, March 26, 6 p.m.

    Bring an evening picnic, blankets, and chairs for a showing of “Encanto” presented in partnership with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League. Enjoy free popcorn and enter a raffle drawing for fun prizes.

    Before the movie, join San Mateo County Park staff and the consulting team from CMG to see project boards, provide comments and ask questions, and take a brief survey.  Information will be presented in English and Spanish.

    Online Survey Open through March 28 in English and Spanish

    Those who can't attend in person meetings, can review the Realize Flood Park project video at  to learn about new and updated park features before sharing their ideas through online surveys in English or Spanish.  

    Flood County Park is a 21-acre park located in Menlo Park and near Atherton. The park serves neighboring communities of North Fair Oaks and East Palo Alto.  Throughout it’s 86-year history, the park has provided recreational facilities including baseball and softball fields, tennis and volleyball courts, and at one time, a large swimming pool. The park is named for James Clair Flood, an early landowner who settled in the area in 1863.

    Media Contact

    For more information, please contact:

    Carla Schoof

    Communications Manager, San Mateo County Parks

    650-399-6431 (cell)