Community Relations Commission

About the Commission

The Community Relations Commission was originally established in 1968 to address a broad spectrum of social issues and related policy. The Commission provides oversight for Federal grant programs that implement public services, housing, and community development programs. These programs provide a wide variety of social and governmental services for all residents with a focus on serving the populations most in need in the San Mateo community. The Commission also hears appeals to private property nuisance conditions and building, housing, and zoning violations. Members may be chosen from various sectors of the community:
  • Business
  • Clergy
  • High school students
  • Organized labor
  • Persons of color
  • Real estate
  • Women's civic groups

Meeting Information:

(open to the public)
Date: 3rd Wednesday of the each month
Time: 7:00pm
Location: City Hall - Conference Room C, 330 W 20th Ave, San Mateo, CA 94403

View Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Administrative Reports 

Current members are:

  • Nicole A. Fernandez
  • Chris Hsiung, Chair
  • Rosie Rivera
  • Sarah A. Santini, Vice Chair
  • Randy Torrijos

Want to serve on a board or commission?

Learn about current vacancies and how to apply. The City Council seeks participation from its diversely skilled citizens and encourages all who are interested to apply.