San Mateo County Manager John Maltbie today announced his intention to retire by December 2018, ending a lengthy and effective tenure steering the County’s dozens of departments through economic ups and downs to successfully deliver vital services and programs. Earlier today, Maltbie informed the Board of Supervisors of his plans, noting that the County and overall economy’s current strength makes next year a good time to hand over the reins.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors today approved an ordinance allowing mixed-light (greenhouse) cannabis cultivation in the unincorporated areas and prohibiting for another year all other commercial cannabis-related activities.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors today adopted the Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget after considering $123.1 million in revisions that include final fund balance adjustments, allocating Measure K sales tax revenue for housing and immigrant needs, and setting aside funds to replace the County’s homeless shelter and property tax system.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors acted today to require relocation assistance to help any displaced tenants of the seven mobile home parks in the unincorporated area resettle if, and when, those parks are closed or converted.
The County of San Mateo is proud to announce new directors at the helm of its Parks Department and the newly formed Project Development Unit, bringing with them years of leadership experience and innovation to serve the community’s open space and infrastructure needs.
New prohibitions on overnight camping, fires take effect July 24, 2017.
Board of Supervisors highlight local steps taken to curb climate change.
Prohibitions aimed at protecting environmental and public safety.
Did you know there are new penalty fees of $2,500 to $10,000 per tree for the unauthorized removal of Significant and Heritage Trees?
County Manager looks to future uncertainties in FY 2017-19 recommended budget.
Supervisors direct Measure K revenue to bolster money for housing.
Supervisors looking at ways to increase funding to $50 million.