Join us Saturday, March 16, 2–4pm, to share ideas for a new playground at Flood Park. Plus, the Board of Supervisors, have approved the plans and specifications for Phase 1 of the Flood Park Landscape Plan and selection of a contractor.
In case you missed it in March of last year, San Mateo County's oldest and newest parks are featured on episode 82 of OpenRoad with Doug McConnell, which will run again Sunday, March 3 at 6:30pm on NBC Bay Area.
See trail and area closures including Big Slides in the Meadow View playground and restricted vehicle access on March 12.
Redwood City – The Board of Supervisors wants AT&T officials to provide documents and to testify in person regarding how its proposal to end landline service to thousands of customers who rely on AT&T as the Carrier of Last Resort will affect 911 and other key emergency services.
Redwood City – Residents dealing with a mental or behavioral health crisis will soon be able to request a mobile response team with specialists in de-escalation who can connect individuals to appropriate services.
Lend a hand at a beautiful park on the San Mateo County Pacific coast by volunteering with the Friends of San Pedro Valley Park.
Redwood City – San Mateo County residents may participate in a free screening program for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), which offers in-home test kits through the mail and on online portal for confidential access to test results and other information.
The area south and west of the park, which was burned by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire, remains closed. Other trails remain closed due to storm damage.
Alambique Trail between trail markers 17 and 21 is closed for equestrian use until further notice.
Some trails remain closed due to damage from winter storms. Toyon Campground are closed and without water. Werder Playground is closed for construction.
Quarry Park has reopened following heavy winds and rain. For your safety please remain clear of large equipment and areas where staff are working to clear fallen trees.
San Bruno Mountain Park intermittent trail closures for invasive plant management, February 8–March 15.