Neighborhood Traffic Forums
The City of San Mateo has completed the 10 citywide traffic forum meetings and has started on the next steps for the ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods. The following process has been developed to efficiently address neighborhood concerns and allow the community to prioritize what is most important.
Traffic Forum Ongoing Neighborhood Process
- Establish a Traffic Forum Steering Committee (TFSC) for each neighborhood. One point of contact to be determined by the TFSC for future contact with the City.
- Public Works and Police will schedule an informational meeting with each TFSC at City Hall, 330 W. 20th Ave., San Mateo, CA.
- The TFSC will prioritize their top 10 traffic concerns in a City provided document called the, Neighborhood Prioritization Table.
- City will mail postcards to each neighborhood, informing them of the TFSC’s top 10 traffic concerns.
- Each neighborhood will have an opportunity to vote and reprioritize the TFSC’s top 10 traffic concerns on Peak Democracy.
- Results will be returned to the TFSC and the City will schedule a meeting to begin development of neighborhood Traffic Management Plan (TMP).
It's Not Too Late
If you are interested in joining your neighborhood’s Traffic Forum Steering Committee, please email: and include the following information:
Below is a map of the ten neighborhood areas in which Public Works held meetings. Click on any colored area to get details:
- Full Name
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Neighborhood (Central, Clearview, Fiesta Gardens, Hillsdale, etc.)
Click each date listed below for more detail about where each scheduled Traffic Concerns Outreach Forum was held.