Bids for Flood Park Phase 1 Construction Now Closed

The bid period for Phase 1 construction of the Realize Flood Park project is now closed. Selection of contractor and construction timeline will be announced in March 2024.

Vallemar Bluff Closed for Invasive Plant Management

On February 13 through March 1, weather permitting, workers will be treating oxalis at Vallemar Bluff, a coastal property 0.5 miles north of Fitzgerald Marine Reserve.

Pillar Point Bluff Trail Closures

From February 13 through March 1, weather permitting, sections of Pillar Point Bluff's upper Jean Lauer Trail will be intermittently closed as workers treat invasive oxalis.

Junipero Serra Park Closures

Some trails partially closed due to storm damage. Big Slides closed at the Meadow View playground.

No Ramp Access to Tidepools at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve

Until the ramp is replaced, please use caution when using the stairs to access the tidepools and beach.

Coyote Point Open, Some Areas Closed

Coyote Point Recreation Area has reopened after being fully closed due effects of last weekend's storm. Areas within the park are still closed while the fallen trees are being cleared.

Mirada Surf East Closed

Mirada Surf East is currently closed to address damage from heavy wind and rain.

Visiting the Park During & After Heavy Rain

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

Use Caution on Beaches and Bluffs

Wet weather can cause bluffs to become unstable. Visitors should remain clear of the bluff edge and should not walk on the beach directly below bluffs.

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Bridge Now Open

The bridge over San Vicente Creek in Fitzgerald Marine Reserve is now open. The new bridge replaces the one previously damaged in the 2023 winter storms.

Memorial Campsite Reservations for July 10-13 Temporarily on Hold

Campsite reservations at Memorial County Park for July 10–13 are on hold until the Department finalizes its centennial celebration plans in the upcoming weeks.

Construction of Tunitas Creek Beach Underway

The transformation of the 58-acre Tunitas Creek Beach property into San Mateo County’s newest park is in progress. Construction crews are working on the mid-bluff area and the access trail to the beach. The pink house has been demolished and natural material was cleared followed by rough grading. This is where most visitor services will be located, including seating, an overlook to the beach and southern bluffs, a picnic sites, interpretive panels, public restrooms, and staff facilities. Construction is anticipated to begin this spring.