The California Office of Traffic Safety created the Pedestrian Safety initiative to help raise awareness about how members of the public can help reduce accidents and fatalities. In just six years, California has experienced 867 pedestrian deaths and 14,0...
The City has an enhanced interactive maps and geographical information system portal. Learn about transportation improvements, private development projects, street repaving and sweeping, crime data, flood zones, homeowners association boundaries and more!
As the cars we drive continue to evolve in terms of technology, they also evolve in how they are built to protect us. Did you know that average vehicle built in 1975 contained only 4% high strength steel? Today this number is as high as 72%. With this add...
This multi-year capital improvement program will upgrade our sanitary sewer system and the wastewater treatment plant to improve service, align with the City’s sustainability goals, and comply with regulations to protect the environment and public health.
Stay up to date with what's happening in the San Mateo community by signing up for our Citywide eNewsletter. You'll find info about events, projects, initiatives, community meetings, tips and more. Check out our first edition and stay tuned for more!
The Parks and Recreation Department's popular Music in the Park Series is back! A new flick will be featured every Friday in September. So grab a blanket and a friend, and join us for a fun-filled, family-friendly evening of entertainment!
The City is partnering with the nonprofit Self-Help For the Elderly to host the annual Autumn Moon Festival from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, September 23. There will be live performances, entertainment, food and a walk for wellness fundraiser. Come join!
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month and our Office of Emergency Services wants to help make sure San Mateo is ready. Take this quick survey to be entered for a chance to win an emergency preparedness kit!
Apply for a card online and stop by any library, show ID, and pick up your new card.
Searching for work? Need help writing your resume? Want assistance applying for a job online? Volunteers with experience in human resources, coaching, and teaching are available to help you. Free. Open on ...
Enjoy more than 30,000 independent, international, classic, or documentary films through Kanopy. Create an account, download the app, and watch them on your smartphone, tablet, PC or smart TV. You may view 10 movies per month; the loa...
Thousands of movies, TV shows, music albums and audiobooks to borrow for instant streaming or temporary downloading to a smartphone, tablet, or computer with your library card.
Search for San Mateo Public Library in the Apple App store or Google Play on your device then download the free app.
Stop by 3 Bees Café on the 3rd Floor of the Main Library and enjoy coffee, sandwiches, snacks, and more!
The Library has set-up a Citizenship Corner to provide information about the naturalization process in English, Spanish, and Chinese. The Library has been in collaboration with the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency to establish thi...
Pronunciator is a fun way to learn a new language with self-directed lessons, live teachers, movies, music and more! Plus, ESL students can access English language lessons in 50 non-English languages.
Tutors are available 1pm-10pm daily. Receive live homework help, skill building assistance, writing assistance, the answer to a specific question or practice learning a language. Try Brainfuse now!
San Mateo, CA — The City of San Mateo will host a public meeting to provide information and receive public input on the Underground Flow Equalization System project – formerly called the In-System Storage Facility.