Following this spring's public review period, which included a survey and two public presentations, San Mateo County Parks is posting the Final Draft of the Quarry Park Master Plan.
Through a unanimous vote at the July 26 meeting, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors accepted the Flood Park Updated Landscape Plan noting the Plan reflects a balanced approach in addressing the interests of park visitors and neighbors.
Throughout the Realize Flood Park project's community engagement process, the design team has carefully considered the input received during meetings and from surveys and adjusted the landscape plan to reflect community needs and interests.
On Saturday, June 11, the public was invited to join the design team in the park to review the Updated Landscape Plan. Comments received at the event are being reviewed by the design team and a refined landscape plan will be presented to the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors at the July 26 meeting.
Crews have returned to Huddart Park to follow up on forest health work performed last November and December near the park entrance. Trails slated for closure include Redwood Nature Trail, and Bay Tree Trail.
On Sunday, May 8 at 6:30 pm, NBC Bay Area’s OpenRoad series with Doug McConnell will share how San Mateo County Parks is collaborating to make park and forest ecosystems healthier and reduce wildfire risk for surrounding communities.
Effective July 1, 2022 berth rental fees at Coyote Point Marina will be increased by 3.21% based on the 2020-2021 annual increase in the Bay Area CPI.
The Quarry Park Master Plan has been posted for public review now through May 30. Attend upcoming presentations on the plan and provide comment.
View survey data collected for the Realize Flood Park project, which will guide the development of schematic designs for the park.