A pilot program is underway to introduce additional on-leash recreational opportunities in San Mateo County Parks for dogs and their owners.
Today, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved a grant for $50,000 from Measure K funds in support of Community Equity Collaborative’s (CEC) Teacher Pipeline Project. This program offers tuition-free Early Childhood Education classes to address the shortage of high-quality child care providers in San Mateo County.
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.
Today, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved a grant for $150,000 from Measure K funds for improvements to the grandstand and concession facilities at Tom Lara Field in San Bruno City Park.
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.
Celebrate our democrary on National Voter Registration Day -- featuring preregistration for 16- and 17- year olds -- on Tuesday, September 24, from 4 to 6 p.m. at South San Francisco's Main Library.
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.
Today, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors authorized a grant of $100,000 from Measure K funds to the San Mateo County Union Community Alliance (SMCUCA) to support the Trades Introduction Program (TIP San Mateo). The grant proposal was introduced by Supervisor Dave Pine and unanimously approved by the Board.