The Realize Flood Park Phase 1 project is out for rebid with plans and specifications and key dates posted at San Mateo County Public Works.
In coordination with CAL FIRE and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, we'll use an air curtain burner to dispose of logs and other woody debris left over from past projects and storm-downed trees.
On Saturday, October 21, the new pump track opens at Flood Park. Completion of the pump track is part of the first phase of construction for Realize Flood Park, a community-informed project focused on redesigning and revitalizing Flood Park.
Beginning late July, park visitors will see work begin to demolish one of the old tennis courts followed by installation of the bike pump track.
View monitoring data for our Off-Leash Dog Pilot Program at Pillar Point Bluff and Quarry Park.
Response to comments has been posted for wildfire risk reduction and visitor serving projects at Quarry Park.
On June 13, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors approved a $11,593,710 contract to construct parking, pathways, rest rooms, picnic tables, and more visitor services at Tunitas Creek Beach.
Construction for the Tunitas Creek Beach Improvement Project out for public bid.
Following the Board of Supervisor’s unanimous approval, we are finalizing construction specifications for Phase 1 features. Construction begins June 15. Plus two events this Spring/Summer.
The Interpretive Strategic Plan establishes a vision for maximizing visitor experiences through interpretation and strengthening our communication and outreach to all communities.
Two new Ohlone-Portolá-themed interpretive panels have been installed on Crystal Springs Regional Trail.
Phase 1 plans will be presented to the Board of Supervisors at their Dec 13 meeting. Learn how to attend the board meeting in person or by teleconference.