The San Mateo Board of Supervisors today approved a new three-year agreement with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) which includes pay increases for cost of living adjustments, longevity and equity.
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San Mateo County Controller Juan Raigoza today released for public review the County’s Fiscal Year 2017-18 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) which includes the County’s audited financial statements, management’s analysis, statistics, and other financial information.
The Office of Community Affairs, Immigrant Services have created an Immigration Tool Kit to aid in case of an emergency. This toolkit includes information on knowing your rights, a child care plan and other useful resources. Make sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific situationor or most importantly if you have any legal questions.
On Oct 23, the SMC Board of Supervisors took the first step to amend County ordinance sections governing dog recreation in San Mateo County Parks.
In addition to our recent informational meetings about the Ohlone-Portola Heritage Trail, we've conducted an on-line survey to gauge interest in the project.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation's Philanthropy Now podcast series, highlights the Immigrant Support and Coordination services
San Mateo County Parks has installed machines at three park locations that make it easier for park visitors to pay the $6 entrance fee using cash, debit and credit cards. The three locations are San Bruno Mountain Park, Junipero Serra Park and Coyote Point Recreation Area.
The final Environmental Impact Report for the Flood Park improvement project is now available for review. The presentation on the project/EIR is scheduled for the Aug 2 Parks Commission meeting.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors today named current Assistant County Manager Mike Callagy to succeed John L. Maltbie in the top post overseeing a $2.75 billion budget and a workforce of more than 5,500 who deliver vital services and programs to a county of more than 760,000 residents.
The newly approved state budget will support the creation of Tunitas Creek Beach County Park by providing general funds to develop an emergency access road and to address environmental degradation.