A pilot program is underway to introduce additional on-leash recreational opportunities in San Mateo County Parks for dogs and their owners.
At its November 5 meeting, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors received a presentation on the Flood Park Landscape Plan and Environmental Impact Report from Park staff. Because the Board asked staff to provide additional information about some aspects of the Landscape Plan, this item will be scheduled for a future Board of Supervisors’ meeting.
Our fire fuel reduction projects provide immediate safety benefits to neighboring communities. But did you know they provide long-term ecological benefits, as well?
On November 5, the Flood Park Final Revised Environmental Impact Report (EIR) will be presented to the Board of Supervisors.
Due to state stormwater pollution prevention requirements and recent instances of tree damage and unauthorized tree removal, we have instituted an Erosion Control and/or Tree Protection Pre-Site Inspection Requirement for construction or demolition on specific site types.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors has accepted the Vision Document provided by the Tunitas Creek Beach Community Advisory Committee. Project consultants have been selected.
A Draft Revised EIR for the Flood County Park Landscape Plan has been released for a 45-day public review period. A public meeting is scheduled for September 17.
In response to concerns raised by neighbors to the Flood Park EIR we will be conducting further analysis. See the scope and content of a forthcoming EIR revision and send us your feedback by June 7.
As of June 15, 2019, dogs will be allowed on leash in designated and posted trails and areas in Coyote Point Recreation Area as part of the San Mateo County Park’s dog pilot program.
The County is looking for interested residents from Moss Beach and Miramar to represent those areas, as well as Mid-Coast residents to represent the Princeton area.
The Board of Supervisors has accepted $3 million in grant funding from the California State Coastal Conservancy which will be used to facilitate the planning, permitting and design of visitor amenities at Tunitas Creek Beach.
There are countless ways to experience Coyote Point Recreation Area—ride a bike on the San Francisco Bay Trail, play on any of the three playgrounds, plan a picnic, and add a visit to CuriOdyssey. The recently opened Fitness Zone at Coyote Point expands visitor options in a very healthy way.