Become prepared with family & friends this September in honor of National Preparedness Month by taking small steps like making and practicing a plan, being ready to help a neighbor and becoming involved - YOU can help San Mateo be ready.
Sustainable streets, historic preservation, access to transit, diverse mix of uses and engaging public spaces. What does Downtown San Mateo mean to you? Join the conversation and share your ideas to develop a future vision for our downtown.
Send a service request to the city right from your phone with the new "YourGov" app. As long as you are located within San Mateo city boundaries, you can submit a request, take a picture, and send it on to the city for completion. Give it a try!
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.
This spring our bike share program will be upgrading to electric bikes. Until then, our blue bikes are available to make your commute or lunch break more fun! Check out the Bay Bike Share website to gain access to our 50 bikes at 15 stations citywide.
New to San Mateo or need a reminder of all the things that make our community great. Check out this video to discover why so many people come to San Mateo to work, live, play, and explore.
The San Mateo Area Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown San Mateo Association, in collaboration with the League of Women Voters, are sponsoring this...
Learn about the process and requirements for receiving citizenship at this free workshop hosted by Congresswoman Speier on Saturday, September 23rd at 11 a.m. at the San Mateo City Hall Council Chambers.
The City Council adopted the Recreation Facilities Strategic Plan in 2016 to establish a vision for improvements to our community centers and pools. The next phase of planning is just starting - find out how you can help us refine the plan.
Bring your grandparents, parents, friends, co-workers, and caregivers. The Generation Wellness Walk starts at 9:30 am followed at 10:30am by community music and dance performances on the outdoor stage, food trucks and family fun activities. Kaiser Permane...
Apply for a card online and stop by any library, show ID, and pick up your new card.
Banned Books Week is September 24 - 30. We are seeking teens to design art from your favorite banned book and submit it from September 18 - 26. Your art will be displayed and you may win some great prizes!
The toolkits contain both supplies that users can keep (an LED lightbulb, weather stripping, outlet gaskets and low-flow faucet aerators and showerhead) as well as a variety of tools to measure and correct electricity overuse, heat loss and water leaks. &...
Try Hoopla and check out and download free eBooks and eAudiobooks with your library card.
Use Flipster and discover popular digital magazines available for reading in your browser while connected to the Internet or downloadable to an app available for iOS or Android devices.
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SunShares is a limited-time renewable energy program that makes it easier and more affordable for Bay Area residents to go solar or purchase/lease an electric vehicle at a discount. Come to a free workshop on Tuesday, October 17th at 6pm to learn more!
San Mateo, CA (July 6, 2017)… The City of San Mateo announces the launch of “Y...