Supervisors Raise Concerns About Loss of AT&T Landlines

Redwood City – San Mateo County supervisors today took the first step toward opposing a move by AT&T that local officials said could put residents in rural areas at risk during wildfires and in other emergencies.

$4 Million in Federal Funding Headed to County for Farmworker Housing, Accessible Playground

Redwood City – A total of $3 million in federal funds is headed to San Mateo County for safe and affordable homes for local farmworkers. Another $1 million will go toward making play equipment more accessible and inclusive for everyone at Coyote Point Recreation Area.

Through Their Art, What Women View in 2024

Redwood City – New Beginnings.

Mirada Surf East Closed

Mirada Surf East is currently closed while contractors remove hazardous trees in the area.

Pescadero Creek Park Trail Closures

The area south and west of the park, which was burned by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire, remains closed. Other trails remain closed due to storm damage.

Design Your New Playground at Flood Park, March 16

Join us Saturday, March 16, 2–4pm, to share ideas for a new playground at Flood Park. Plus, the Board of Supervisors, have approved the plans and specifications for Phase 1 of the Flood Park Landscape Plan and selection of a contractor.

County Demands Answers as AT&T Seeks to Cut Landlines

Redwood City – The Board of Supervisors wants AT&T officials to provide documents and to testify in person regarding how its proposal to end landline service to thousands of customers who rely on AT&T as the Carrier of Last Resort will affect 911 and other key emergency services.

County Launches Mobile Mental Health Crisis Response

Redwood City – Residents dealing with a mental or behavioral health crisis will soon be able to request a mobile response team with specialists in de-escalation who can connect individuals to appropriate services.

Volunteer with the Friends of San Pedro Valley Park

Lend a hand at a beautiful park on the San Mateo County Pacific coast by volunteering with the Friends of San Pedro Valley Park.

San Mateo County Health Joins Program to Offer Free In-Home Test Kits for Sexually Transmitted Infections to Eligible Residents

Redwood City – San Mateo County residents may participate in a free screening program for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), which offers in-home test kits through the mail and on online portal for confidential access to test results and other information.