Profile

Date of Formation: 1933

Enabling Legislation: Section 6000 et seq. of the CA Harbors and Navigation Code

Services Provided: Builds, operates, and maintains harbor and marina facilities at Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina; provides search and rescue facilities at Pillar Point Harbor and Oyster Point Marina/Park

Area: 455 square miles

Population: 735,678 (CA Department of Finance 2013)

Sphere of Influence: Zero (dissolution)*

Communities Served: San Mateo County Midcoast, South San Francisco, visitors to Pillar Point and Oyster Point Facilities, San Mateo County and other San Francisco Bay Area boaters who berth vessels at District facilities, and business owners or others who use District facilities

Board of Commissioners

San Mateo County Harbor District is governed by a five-member board of commissioners elected to four-year terms.

Commissioner Term Ending
Ed Larenas 2022
Nancy Reyering 2022
Tom Mattusch 2024
Virginia Chang Kiraly 2024
William Zemke 2024

The board of commissioners meets regularly the third Wednesday of every month at the District Administrative Office, Conference Room, 504 Avenue Alhambra, 2nd Floor, El Granada, CA 94018. Meetings are televised live and available to stream on Pacific Coast TV's Cable Channels 26/27 and YouTube Channel, and at CitizenAccess.tv.

Meeting time is 6:30 pm unless otherwise noted in the agenda. Future agendas are posted at least 72 hours prior to regular meetings and 24 hours prior to special meetings.

Harbor District
Contact Information
San Mateo County Harbor District
District Office:
504 Avenue Alhambra, 2nd Floor
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1449 El Granada, CA 94018
El Granada, CA 94018Get Directions
Hours
Monday - Sunday:
6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Contact Information
General Inquiries: (650) 583-4400 Phone: (650) 583-4400 Fax: (650) 583-4614 Email: jpruett@smharbor.com Email: lmilward@smharbor.com

*LAFCo sphere policy indicates: "An existing local agency may be allocated a zero sphere of influence, which encompasses no territory. Such may be the case where LAFCo determines, after due consideration of all factors, that the public service responsibilities and functions of one local agency should be reallocated to some other unit of government and that, ultimately, the local agency which has been assigned a ‘zero sphere of influence’ should cease to exist."