From October 10–14, Wunderlich Park's Loop Trail will be closed from trail markers 8 to 16 as PG&E crews work to repair two culverts located on the trail.
On Tuesday, October 4, a portion of Sheep Camp Trail will be closed as CALFIRE, weather permitting, conducts a prescribed burn on an estimated 20 acres near the trail.
For holiday weekends in 2022, Bicycle Sunday, the weekly event that allows for non-motorized use of Cañada Road along Crystal Springs Regional Trail, will be canceled to meet the increased holiday needs for staffing at other parks in the area. Bicyclists and motorists, please be mindful to share the road.
From September 26 to October 7, SLAC will perform vegetation management beneath its power lines in Wunderlich Park. The following trails will be closed (letter refer to closure map below):
We are currently treating up to 100 acres of dense fire fuels in Quarry Park. Some trail closures will occur, Monday through Friday.
View monitoring data for our Off-Leash Dog Pilot Program at Pillar Point Bluff and Quarry Park.
Portions of Crystal Springs Regional Trail will be closed through late November 2022.
The San Mateo County Parks Foundation invites youth and adult photographers to enter its second Park Pics Photo Contest, with prizes in three photo categories.
On September 19–29, construction work within Coyote Point Recreation Area will require the closure of Bluff Trail near CuriOdyssey and reduce parking in some areas. Park visitors, please expect temporary trail and parking lot closures.
Mid-morning on September 8, 2022, Ms. Karina Castro was brutally killed in a domestic violence incident. “As co-chairs of the San Mateo County Domestic Violence Council, Supervisor Groom and I are shocked and saddened to hear about the tragic and senseless death of Ms. Karina Castro in San Carlos on September 8, 2022. Ms. Castro is more than the headlines you will see about her death,” said Elisa Kuhl, Victim Services Program Manager of the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
A pest management plan to reduce the number of ground squirrels causing damage to trees and walkways has been developed in coordination with our Natural Resource Management staff.
Beginning Thursday, September 15, please give large vehicles and equipment ample space along Old Haul Road and watch for signs notifying of temporary trail closures.