Project Updates

Share Your Ideas for Enhancing Coyote Point Recreation Area
Help us enhance Coyote Point Recreation Area by taking this online survey about your preferences for new playground features, park activities, and more.
Flood Park Playground Survey Closes on Monday, April 22
If you haven’t yet taken the survey to help create a new Flood Park Playground, you’re not too late. The survey will close on Monday, April 22.
A New Tool to Reduce Fire Fuel in Quarry Park, Mirada Surf East
On May 1, San Mateo County Parks will be using an air curtain burner to reduce fire fuel in Quarry Park/Mirada Surf East and lessen wildfire risk in the area.

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County Parks is actively involved with a variety of planning improvements in various County Parks. These planned improvements can be conceptual, specific and detailed and/or involve environmental review.

Dark Gulch Stream Crossing Repair Project Dog Work Group Project Realize Flood Park Leptosiphon Habitat Management & Introduction Project Ohlone-Portolà Heritage Trail Project Pescadero Creek Park Climate & Habitat Resiliency Pillar Point Bluff Invasive Plant Management Quarry Park Master Plan Development San Bruno Mountain Conservation Grazing Pilot Tunitas Creek Beach Improvement Project
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Forest Health & Community Safety Initiative

The San Mateo County Parks Forest Health & Community Safety Initiative seeks improve forest health primarily in parks that are near private dwellings, also called the wildland urban interface. The initiative identifies 32 projects totaling 1,830 acres to be competed over five years.

Current Projects

Learn about the Forest Health & Community Safety Initiative

Master Plans

Each Park should have an updated Master Plan that is revised every 20 years. Master Planning is an important method to evaluate parks and their futures, to involve the public in the decision making process and identify projects for future funding.