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  1. Curfew in Effect as San Mateo Plans for Peaceful Protest

    A curfew is in effect across San Mateo County from 8:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. to maintain public safety as civil unrest continues in areas of the Bay Area & nation. We are aware of a planned peaceful protest June 3 & are working to facilitate a successful event. Additional Info...
  2. Tennis Courts Reopening at Central Park & Beresford

    We're happy to announce the courts at Beresford and Central Park are reopening starting May 22. Safety protocols are in place and players must sign up in advance for a court online. Staff will monitor the courts, which are open for singles games only. Additional Info...
  3. The Results are in! Check Out Our 2020 Community Survey

    The results of our 2020 Community Opinion Survey are now available! This statistically-reliable, comprehensive survey covers resident opinions about satisfaction with city services, quality of life, housing and building, recreation, and communication. Additional Info...
  4. Hillsdale Caltrain Station Temporarily Closes

    Beginning Saturday May 16, Caltrain's Hillsdale Station will temporarily close for up to six months as part of the 25th Avenue Grade Separation Project. Learn more about schedule changes and options for using the Belmont Caltrain station during this time. Additional Info...
  1. Free Meals & Delivery for Seniors at Risk of COVID-19

    Are you a senior who is having a hard time preparing meals? Older adults who are sheltering in place, unable to access meals, and ineligible for other nutrition programs, can receive free meals delivered to their homes through the Great Plates program. Read on...
  2. Poplar Creek Golf Course Reopens With Safety Precautions in Place

    We’re excited to welcome golfers back to the green, but please note there are additional safety precautions in place as we adhere to the County’s shelter in place orders. You must have booked a tee time, and the course is only open to local residents. Additional Info...
  3. Tenants Who Cannot Afford Rent Due to COVID-19 Are Protected from Eviction

    In response to hardships many in our community are facing due to the economic impacts of the pandemic and the Shelter in Place Order, moratoriums have been adopted to ban residential and commercial evictions if tenants cannot pay rent due to COVID-19. Additional Info...
  4. Let's Recreate from Home! Virtual Storytimes, Activities & More

    It’s a virtual world these days and although our doors are closed, we’re here for you virtually! We’re creating fresh content and sharing some of our favorite resources to keep you occupied while we stay home and help curb the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
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