The San Mateo Community Spotlight, launching April 20th and established by Mayor, Maureen Freschet, creates a forum where new businesses, residents and community leaders can introduce themselves and connect with City Council.
In April 2014, the City Council approved the Community Development Department Management Audit Implementation Roadmap. An update on the status of implementation is now available.
Residents that arrive between 10am and 11am receive free parking and free admission to the County Fair! Attendees are offered free CPR classes, numerous presentations related to disaster preparedness, disaster preparedness education and a CERT Exercise.
The event is sold out. Please call the office to be added to our wait list and consider donating to Fund-A-Need. Enter the raffle to be eligible to win great prizes. Purchase your raffle tickets at the library.
Join our Sustainability Commission for a special Earth Day Taste and Talk event on April 20 at the Main Library. The topic is From the Source: The Drought and Water Conservation in San Mateo County presented by Peter Drekmeier of the Tuolumne River Trust.
Come join us on April 18, 2015, 8:30 am - 12 noon, for the Downtown Spring CleanUp. 200 volunteers are needed. Help keep our Downtown clean and beautiful. Signup for your Spring CleanUp Volunteer Registration Pass today.
The first San Mateo Downtown Future Forum kicks-off on April 1. The event will focus on how downtowns are responding to the direction of regional social and economic development trends. The forums are a key component of the Downtown Engagement process.
Enhance your child’s summer experience with our Flex Camp Weeks and Aquatics Programs. You get the quality supervision you need for your child while he or she experiences the ultimate summer!