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  1. It's GIS Day - Learn How Technology Makes a Difference

    We adopted geographical information systems technology 15 years ago and are celebrating GIS Day on November 14 with an interactive program from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at City Hall. Learn how we use maps to share data on crime, development, road repairs & more! Additional Info...
  2. You Can Now Review Plan to Improve Recreation Facilities

    The Recreation Facilities Strategic Plan – Vision to Reality is ready for the next step! Following public input, options have been refined and recommendations developed for the future of San Mateo’s facilities. Attend a November meeting to learn more! Additional Info...
  3. Check Out the Latest Citywide eNewsletter

    Learn about upcoming activities, events, projects, initiatives and more! Brought to you by the City Manager's Office, it includes the latest information from all of our departments. Visit our email notification page to sign up for future newsletters. Additional Info...
  1. Construction Underway: Improvements to East Hillsdale Boulevard

    Your SB1 tax dollars are helping to improve Hillsdale Boulevard. Work will include extending the left turn lane onto Saratoga Drive, and making crosswalk and curb improvements in the area. Construction is expected to last from October to around Christmas. Additional Info...
  2. Clean Water Program Earns EPA Infrastructure Loan Invite

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invited the City of San Mateo to apply for a $277 million loan that will help fund a new, modernized wastewater treatment plant. The project was chosen for this competitive loan for its environmental benefits. Additional Info...
  3. Engage in Your Community by Joining Adopt-a-Drain Program

    The City is celebrating a successful first year of a program that allows residents to adopt a storm drain in their neighborhood. Volunteers who clear debris from drains help deter flooding and prevent pollution from entering sensitive waterways. Additional Info...
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