Public hearing set for Tuesday, November 9 Oct. 29, 2021 Redwood City – An advisory commission tasked with studying potential changes to the boundaries of the county’s five supervisorial districts voted Thursday to send two proposed maps to the Board of Supervisors.
Weigh in on the aesthetics of future amenities determined in the Tunitas Creek Preferred Design, as well as what learning opportunities to emphasize through signage and interpretive programing.
County provides emergency tips for all and sandbags at four locations Oct. 22, 2021 Redwood City – As the Bay Area’s storm door opens with something between a mizzle and a goose drownder, the County of San Mateo urges drivers to slow down and residents to prepare for winter weather.
Justice At Last Founder Honored with 2021 Barbara Hammerman Award for Domestic Violence Prevention Efforts The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors at its meeting today honored Rose Mukhar as its 2021 winner of the annual Barbara Hammerman Award, citing her "outstanding service and devout dedication to the prevention of intimate partner violence."
We’re excited to begin the next phase in the Reimagine Flood Park project that will call on community members to help develop the details needed to make the 2020 Revised Conceptual Landscape Plan a reality.
Oct. 11, 2021Redwood City – Where would you draw the lines? That’s the question the 2021 Supervisorial District Lines Advisory Commission is asking San Mateo County residents. The 15-member volunteer commission is tasked with recommending a map or maps that balance the county’s 765,417 residents – based on the 2020 U.S. Census – among five supervisorial districts.
As decisions to vaccinate and wear face coverings indoors drive down COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations, health officers for the nine Bay Area jurisdictions that require face coverings in most indoor public spaces today reached consensus on criteria to lift those health orders and allow organizations to set those requirements independently.
People v. Randall Neustaedter On October 5, 2021, after less than a full day of deliberations, a jury found Defendant Randall J. Neustaedter guilty of 9 felony counts relating to the sexual assault of 3 different women who had been patients at his acupuncture clinic located on Woodside Road in Redwood City in 2015.
People v. Lamar Dekari Stevens On October 5, 2021, a jury found Defendant Lamar Dekari Stevens guilty of 14 felony counts relating to the burglary and sexual assault of a 65 year-old victim in Menlo Park in 2017.