COVID-19 resources that may be useful to San Mateo County producers and farm workers can be found through the San Mateo County Agricultural Ombudsman Office and through the San Mateo County Agriculture/Weights and Measures Department. These websites will be updated as new resources become available.
Achieve the objectives of the Planned Agricultural Development Ordinance to preserve agriculture production in the County.
Every 2nd Monday of the Month
Remote Access Only - Participation instructions to be provided via public notice 10 days prior to meeting
Tel: (650) 363-1815
Fax: (650) 363-4849
Fifteen Members, one (1) Agricultural Business, one (1) Conservationist, seven (7) Farmer/Growers, two (2) Public Members and four (4) Non-Voting members (Executive Director, San Mateo County Farm Bureau; Executive Director; San Mateo County Resource Conservation District; County Director; UC Cooperative Extension; and County Agricultural Commissioner)
4 Years; maximum 12 years (applies only after 1995)
To actively assist in the preservation of agriculture on the Coast side, advising and recommending to the County Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors
Board of Supervisors
Ordinance 2614 adopted October 16, 1979, creating Division VI, Section 6358, Board actions May 26, 1981, March 26, 1985, and November 7, 1995, Resolution 66228 adopted September 9, 2003, Resolution No. 66502 adopted February 14, 2004