Channel San Mateo is San Mateo’s local PEG (Public, Education, or Government) channel, providing local cable subscribers with a wide variety of programming.
The City of San Mateo recognizes the importance of quality child care and the role child care and preschool programs play in the development of the children of our community. We've compiled a robust list of resources for all your childcare needs.
In November 1996, the City of San Mateo adopted an ordinance to help protect children enrolled in non-profit programs.
The Neighborhood Improvement & Housing Division manages a number of programs designed to maintain the quality of neighborhoods and build new affordable housing through local and federal funds.
The San Mateo Police Activities League (SMPAL) was formed in 1997 and became a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization with a mission to provide a variety of supervised recreational, social and educational activities that successfully link police officers with San Mateo youth and the broader community.
San Mateo is a progressive community that continuously considers the impact that today’s actions will have on future generations. This is why sustainability is a top priority of the City. It is our goal to preserve the environment, provide economic well-being, and ensure social equity for our residents and businesses.
- Climate Action Plan
- Disposable Food Service Ware Ordinance
- Electric Leaf Blower Rebate
- Electrify Your Home
- Green Infrastructure Plan
- Past Presentations
- Peninsula Clean Energy
- Plans and Policies
- Reach Codes
- Recycling, Compost and Garbage
- Sustainability and Infrastructure Commission
- Water Conservation