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  1. New Online Mapping Tool Let’s You Share Ideas for Growth

    As part of our Strive San Mateo General Plan 2040 Update, we’ve released a new online mapping exercise and want your feedback! Please take a few minutes to share your input about housing, jobs and transportation through our map tool by Wednesday, Jan. 22. Additional Info...
  2. Happy Holidays! Mark Your Calendars for City Hall Closures

    From all of us at the City of San Mateo, we wish our community a safe and happy holiday season. City Hall and respective offices will be closing at noon on Dec. 24 and Dec. 31, and closed all day for Christmas and New Year's Day Jan. 1.
  3. New Year Brings Minimum Wage Increase

    The minimum wage in San Mateo increases to $15.38 starting Jan. 1, 2020. To help balance the rising cost of living in the region, the City has an ordinance enacting a local minimum wage that is higher than the state and federal minimums. Additional Info...
  1. City Council Adopts Urgency Ordinance to Protect Tenants

    An urgency ordinance now provides many San Mateo renters just cause eviction protections until new statewide laws go into effect Jan. 1, 2020. The local ordinance prohibits evictions without cause, and applies starting Oct. 1, 2019. Certain limits apply. Additional Info...
  2. What's News in San Mateo? Check Out Our Latest eNewsletter

    Learn about upcoming activities, events, projects, initiatives and more! Brought to you by the City Manager's Office, it includes the latest information from all of our departments. Visit our email notification page to sign up for future newsletters. Additional Info...
  3. Are You in the Know? Sign up for Email Updates

    Want to know what our City Council will be discussing at its next meeting? Interested in learning about sustainability programs? Wonder what transportation projects our Public Works Department has planned? Stay engaged by signing up for email alerts. Additional Info...
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