Clean Water Program
City of San Mateo
Public Works Department
David Hogan, Contract Planner
(650) 522-7158 ext. 1
The project involves the modernization, expansion, and upgrade of the City’s wastewater treatment plant facility. The project involves changes to the existing facility as well as the construction of new components adjacent to the existing site. Some of the older facilities of the existing treatment plant will be removed or be re-purposed. The project includes the completion of a pedestrian path around the treatment plant from Dale Avenue to John Lee Dog Park, modifications to the existing landscaping along East 3rd Avenue, and the closure of portion of Detroit Drive.
Applications have been submitted for a Special Use Permit and Site Plan and Architectural Review (SPAR). The project plans are currently under review by the Development Review Board. The application is subject to review by the Planning Commission and City Council at future public hearings. The City Council has the final decision making authority over the project.
UPCOMING ONSITE TESTING:
The Clean Water Program will be conducting a pile driving test, tentatively scheduled for mid- January 2018, to determine potential noise and vibration effects of project construction if the Special Use Permit and SPAR are approved by the City Council.
The Clean Water Program will be providing notice to nearby residents when the exact dates have been determined.
The project involves the modernization, expansion, and upgrade of the City's wastewater treatment plant facility. The project will involve both changes to the existing facility and the construction of new components adjacent to the existing site.