Storms Impact All County Parks and Trails; Some Parks Remain Closed

With a focus on public and staff safety, and given current conditions, some parks have closed again; others are open.

Pescadero Creek Park Trail Closures

In addition to the previously open northern portion of Pescadero Creek Park, a western portion of Old Haul Road is now open. The area south and west of the park, which was burned by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire, remains closed.

Wunderlich Park to Reopen After Storm Damage, Jan 28

On Jan 28, Wunderlich Park will reopen on following a full closure due to heavy wind and rain. Some trails remain closed as staff work to clear heavy storm damage.

Huddart Park to Reopen After Storm Damage, Jan 28

On Jan 28, Huddart Park will reopen on following a full closure due to heavy wind and rain. Two trails remain partially closed as staff work to clear heavy storm damage.

Live Oak Nature Trail Closure

A storm damaged portion of Junipero Serra Park's Live Oak Nature Trail between markers 1 and 9 is closed for visitor safety. Park staff will further inspect the trail to determine how extensive the damage is and how long repairs will take. Please respect posted trail closures.

County Provides Mental Health Counselors, Other Resources to Support Coastal Residents

Redwood City — As we collectively mourn the loss of life in Half Moon Bay, the County of San Mateo is providing mental health counselors and other support to the community. The Crisis Response Team (CRT) from Behavioral Health and Recovery Services has been meeting with families in the reunification center and other locations in Half Moon Bay.

Statement on the Half Moon Bay Mass Shooting

Just days removed from the tragedy in Monterey Park, San Mateo County District Attorney Stephen M. Wagstaffe and all the members of the District Attorney’s Office regrettably now mourn the 7 lives lost to a mass shooting right here in Half Moon Bay.

Statements on Today's Shooting from Board President Dave Pine and District 3 Supervisor Ray Mueller

Statement from Supervisor Dave Pine, president of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, on behalf of the Board:

CANCELLED: Tuesday’s Storm-Related Resources Event is Cancelled

This event is cancelled until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.  

Bicycle Sunday Canceled, Jan 22

Bicycle Sunday, the weekly event that allows for non-motorized use of Cañada Road along Crystal Springs Regional Trail, is canceled this Sunday, January 22.

County Asks Residents to Help Determine Storm Damage to Private Property in Unincorporated Areas

Spanish Version Below Redwood City – The County Department of Emergency Management is asking for the public’s help in estimating the damage caused by recent storms in the unincorporated areas.