San Mateo County Parks Office Closed July 11, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Offices temporarily closed 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to in-person service

San Pedro Valley Trail Closure July 9 - 11

Annual trail work planned beginning July 9

Annual Analysis of Memorial Park Drinking Water Posted

View the report on drinking water at Memorial Park during 2022.

Nominations Now Being Accepted for Hammerman Award

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2024 Barbara Hammerman Award, an annual recognition sponsored by the San Mateo County Domestic Violence Council. In 2005, the Domestic Violence Council established the Hammerman Award, ratified by the Board of Supervisors of San Mateo County, for the purpose of recognizing outstanding law enforcement officers for their contribution and service to survivors of domestic violence and their children. In 2009 the award was expanded to include professionals who provide services to victims of domestic violence.

Huddart Park Closures

Some trails remain closed due to damage from winter storms. Toyon Campground are closed and without water. Werder Playground is closed for construction.

County Passes on Developing Former Coastal Nursery

After a months-long study of a coastside former greenhouse site once eyed for affordable housing and other amenities, the County of San Mateo today publicly announced that it will not move forward with acquisition of the property.

Flood Park Pump Track Closes 6pm, July 4

On Thursday, July 4 the Flood Park pump track will close at 6 p.m. as we allocate staff to other parks with high fire risks.

Parks Main Office Closed for 4th of July Holiday

The Parks Department main office will be closed Thursday, July 4, 2024 in celebration of Independence Day.

Bicycle Sunday Canceled, July 7

Bicycle Sunday, the weekly event that allows for non-motorized use of Cañada Road along Crystal Springs Regional Trail, will be canceled on Sunday, July 7 to meet increased staffing needs at other parks over the holiday weekend.

‘Be Smart. Play Safe. Stay Aware.’

Moved by the recent drownings of children and their families off the San Mateo County coast, officials are launching a public safety campaign reminding visitors to “Be Smart. Play Safe. Stay Aware.”