Pillar Point Bluff Trail Closures

Jean Lauer Trail partial closure coming soon. The Pillar Point Bluff Trail is currently closed due to a landslide blocking the path.

With More Rain Forecast, Now is the Time to Prepare

Redwood City – The seemingly endless cascade of storms in 2023 – with still more rain in the forecast – is a sharp reminder to get ready for all sorts of things that could go wrong.

What You Need to Know: Where to Call if You Need Non-Emergency Assistance; Sandbag Locations; And More

Redwood City – The County of San Mateo is bracing for more late-winter rain as crews continue to clear roads and remove fallen trees from the latest round of storms. Here is what you need to know:

Use Caution When Accessing Beach at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve

Please use caution when using the stairs to access the beach at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve.

Devil's Slide North Gate Closed

The north gate of Devil’s Slide Trail remains closed due to ongoing rockslides caused by the January 2023 storms. Trail access is available from the south gate.

Fuel Reduction Begins at Pillar Point Bluff in Late March

The San Mateo County Parks Department, in partnership with CalFire, will remove hazardous trees at Pillar Point Bluff near the Pillar Ridge Complex beginning the week of March 13 to reduce wildfire risk and improve community safety.

Bicycle Sunday Canceled, March 26

Bicycle Sunday, the weekly event that allows for non-motorized use of Cañada Road along Crystal Springs Regional Trail, is canceled this Sunday, March 26, to allow staff to address storm damage throughout the County Park system.

Quarry Park Parking Lot Closed

Due to recent storms the parking lot at Quarry Park is closed. Restroom, playground, and trails are open for walk-in use. Please caution when hiking; watch and listen for falling trees and debris.

Visiting the Park After Heavy Rain

To stay safe and protect the environment, here are some tips about visiting parks during or after rain.

No Vehicle Access to Junipero Serra Park

Vehicle entry to Junipero Serra Park remains closed due to storm damage to a culvert near the park entrance.

Most San Mateo County Parks Reopen March 16 While Storm Clean Up Continues

Most San Mateo County Parks reopened Thursday, March 16 even while storm cleanup is in progress. Some parks remain closed due to power outage, damaged roads, or downed trees.

Coyote Point Recreation Area & Marina are Closed

Coyote Point Recreation Area and the Coyote Point Marina are closed due to a power outage and fallen trees throughout the park.