October 29, 2019
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    On November 5, 2019, the San Mateo County Parks Department will present the Flood County Park Landscape Plan’s Final Revised Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to the Board of Supervisors for consideration. The meeting will be held at the Board of Supervisors's Chambers at 400 County Center in Redwood City and begins at 9 a.m.

    Approval of the Landscape Plan and certification of the Final Revised EIR  is required before the Department can issue a Request for Proposals seeking a design firm to develop detailed project designs. The design phase will include an extensive public engagement process to determine specific park features.

    Learn more about the project to Reimagine Flood Park »

    For 86 years, Flood Park, located in Menlo Park near North Fair Oaks, has been a favorite location for family and group picnics, community gatherings, daily walks by neighbors and a range of sports activities. In 2015, an assessment of the park revealed that many features and infrastructure required repair or replacement. Simultaneously, community demand grew for additional uses and sports fields.

    As a result, the San Mateo County Parks Department launched Reimagine Flood Park, a multi-year in-depth community engagement process to identify community goals and priority uses for the park’s redesign. We heard from over 500 meeting participants and received over 200 survey responses. The resulting concept plan, which reflected the hopes and desires of the public, went through environmental review in 2017 through 2019. In 2020, the County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the Landscape Plan.

    Now, with Realize Flood Park, we make our collaborative design a reality. Get involved by attending community meetings and keeping up with project updates.

    Flood Park Landscape Plan 2020
    Realize Flood Park Timeline