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  1. News & Announcements
  2. COVID-19 Updates
  3. Upcoming City Events
  4. Public Meetings
  1. Interested in Running for Office?

    While November is a ways away, the filing period to run for office opens Monday, July 13. Two seats on the San Mateo City Council are up for election and those interested in running should contact the City Clerk. The filing period is open through Aug. 7. Read on...
  2. Parking Enforcement - Street Sweeping & Pay Stations

    Parking enforcement returns July 15 for all parking meters, pay stations, street sweeping and residential parking permit program areas. You can find your street sweeping schedule online. Please move vehicles and pay parking meters to avoid citations. Read on...
  3. Listening Session on Policing - Real Talk San Mateo

    Join us Tuesday, July 14 to share your experiences, comments and ideas about transparency and policing. The nonprofit PCRC will facilitate this virtual listening session where you can participate live by calling in to speak or providing written comments. Read on...
  4. Standing Strong for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

    We celebrate the rich diversity among our community and stand firmly against all forms of racism, anti-immigrant sentiment, xenophobia and implicit bias. We're taking steps to engage the community and offer resources for those who want to learn more. Read on...
  1. Affordable Housing Applications Now Open for New Development

    We’re pleased to announce the upcoming opening of Montara, a new affordable housing development in the Bay Meadows neighborhood of San Mateo. The property is nearing completion and applications are now open! Income and other restrictions apply. Read on...
  2. New Fees for Using Credit or Debit Cards to Pay for City Services

    As of July 1, customers using credit or debit cards to make payments with the City will be subject to service fees, which typically range about 2-3%. Customers can avoid these fees by paying with alternate methods such as cash, check or e-check. Read on...
  3. Pile Driving Begins on Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

    Our Clean Water Program is nearing Phase 2 of the wastewater treatment plant upgrade and expansion. Learn about this important phase of construction, which includes about 8 months of pile driving at 2050 Detroit Drive in the Shoreview neighborhood. Additional Info...
  4. 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...
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