Redwood City – Veterans, military personnel and their families interested in careers in public service are invited to meet with over 40 local employers at a career fair on Friday, March 1, in Redwood City.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors will consider:
Redwood City – For months, County of San Mateo leaders have voiced concern over the potential loss of a key revenue source, saying the situation may threaten vital safety-net services. Now, with no resolution in sight halfway through the 2023-24 fiscal year, County Executive Mike Callagy on Tuesday recommended the Board of Supervisors hold a special study session on a looming issue that could also impact future spending plans.
Redwood City – The County of San Mateo announced today that Aimee Shapiro will serve as the executive director of the San Mateo County Office of Arts and Culture.
Redwood City – As of 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024, PG&E is reporting 89 outages affecting 1,669 customers in La Honda, Pescadero and Woodside. Power is expected to be restored for the majority by 4 p.m. today, according to PG&E. Check outage map here. Community Resource Centers Remain Open
Redwood City – As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, below is a summary of power outages and available storm recovery resources. PG&E Outages: Currently, 4,906 customers remain without power in Half Moon Bay, Daly City and Pescadero.
The following is a summary of current recovery operations in San Mateo County from the recent storms, updated at 10:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024: Road Closure Alert:Skyline Boulevard still remains closed from Tunitas Creek Road to La Honda Road (Highway 84).
Redwood City – As cold rain and wind battered the Peninsula, Donovan Shepherd found a refuge this weekend where he could get a warm meal, sleep soundly and clean and dry his clothes. Shepherd lost his job as a professional chef and then his home during the COVID-19 pandemic. He had gladly taken up an offer to stay in a shelter this weekend rather than spend more time outdoors in a pounding rain.
Redwood City — The County of San Mateo is urging residents to stay safe today because, while the brunt of a hard winter storm has passed, flooded roads, downed trees and power outages remain.
The National Weather Service is warning of severe storms starting tonight, Feb. 2, going through Monday. The prediction is 1 to 3 inches of rain, winds up to 80 miles per hour and high coastal surf up to 25 foot waves.
East Palo Alto – If you ask San Mateo County residents to name their top needs (and we did), the answer nearly always includes finding an affordable place to live.