On May 1, 2000, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) signed a 10-year Moving to Work (MTW) Agreement with the Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo (HACSM). Subsequently, the MTW agreement was extended through 2028. The MTW demonstration provides HACSM more flexibility and authorization to develop policies that are outside the limitations of certain HUD regulations and enhances HACSM’s ability to serve the housing needs of low-income individuals and families in San Mateo County.
SAN MATEO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING Notice of Substantial Amendment to the San Mateo County 2021 Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program On or about March 15, 2022, San Mateo County intends to submit the following substantial amendments to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for its FY2021 Annual Action Plan regarding the following projects:
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO FY 2021/22 CDBG, HOME, & ESG DATE: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 TIME: 10:00AM – 12:00PM LOCATION: Zoom Meeting Only: https://smcgov.zoom.us/j/97415101716 AGENDA: See attachment below
NOTICE OF STUDY SESSION OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO FY 2022/2023 CDBG, HOME, & ESG DATE: Wednesday, February 16, 2022 TIME: 10:00AM – 12:00PM LOCATION: Zoom Meeting Only: On December 6, 2021, the County of San Mateo Department of Housing issued a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) allocating FY 2021-2022 funding from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), and the Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) programs.
A Stanford study indicates spending money on early education reduces future public spending on social services.
5/6/2013--County honored for plastic bag ban San Mateo Daily Journal Save the Bay is honoring San Mateo County with its Clean Bay Award for taking charge in drafting and implementing a plastic bag ban ordinance emulated by nearly all of its cities. The award, which will be presented Tuesday to the Board of Supervisors by Save the Bay Executive Director David Lewis, highlights an ordinance that underscores a regional approach is
5/8/2013--County Supe to Kick-Off Bike Rodeo at Barrett Streets Alive! Parks Alive! emphasizes the importance of parks and healthy activity. By Joan S. Dentler Belmont Patch Streets Alive! Parks Alive! Event activities are being celebrated in cities throughout San Mateo County and Belmont is no exception. Children and families of San Mateo County are invited to get active and enjoy the outdoors from 10 am
4/22/2013--Supervisors find rhyme and reason for poet laureate By Michelle Durand San Mateo Daily Journal Two county supervisors say there is rhyme and reason for San Mateo County to name an honorary poet laureate who will elevate the literary genre for residents, advocate the arts and contribute to literacy. “Poetry kind of gets a back seat,” said Supervisor Carole Groom who climbed on board with the
3/18/2013 -- The rise of the ‘weaker sex’ By Sue Lempert San Mateo Daily Journal There has been much attention to the importance of women this year and this month. In the last election, women were a significant factor in electing President Barack Obama. In 2016, Hillary Clinton is a strong possibility to run for president. This month, PBS featured a program on women’s changing lives and the impact on U.S. society over the past 50 years. Betty Friedan’s
11/26/2012--Speaker John A. Pérez Appoints San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom to the California Coastal Commission SACRAMENTO - Today Speaker John A. Pérez (D-Los Angeles) announced the appointment of San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom to the 12-member California Coastal Commission, after a deliberative and comprehensive process of screening nominees for the post. “I am pleased to have found such an outstanding candidate to serve on the California Coastal
10/23/2012-- Supervisors Take Stand for Environment: Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags and Encourage Reusable Bags 10/23/2012--REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors today voted to protect the environment by banning the free distribution of single-use carry-out bags at retail outlets, the first step in what the Board hopes will be a region-wide effort. The Board voted 5 to 0 to phase out the use of plastic bags by retailers in unincorporated areas of the
10/4/2012--Science, math grants will benefit county students San Mateo Daily Journal More than 600 San Mateo County students will learn critical science, technology, engineering and math skills due to more than $100,000 in grants awarded by the Board of Supervisors and Workforce Development Services. “This funding is critically important,” said San Mateo County Supervisor Carole Groom in a prepared statement.