We all want a thriving downtown. But, in order to thrive, we should consider land use policies that are adaptable to change.
The City of San Mateo invites you to participate in the next Taste and Talk event taking place on Monday, April 24th at Draper University’s Hero City from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. to learn about the social, demographic and economic changes that are coming our way.
Former Santa Clara County Principal Planner, Don Weden and economist, Bill Lee with the Land Econ Group, will discuss the regional pressures that cities throughout the Bay Area are facing. This insightful presentation will spark ideas about how we can maintain the quality of life in Downtown San Mateo while creating a responsible and visionary plan for its future.
Reserve your space using Eventbrite! Please visit the Downtown Specific Plan website for more information about this important project.
Registration and refreshments begin at 5:45. Please arrive early to sign in and to have time to talk to your neighbors and fellow community members!
One thought on “April 24th Taste and Talk event!”
I wonder if there will be much opportunity for resident discussion. Back when Ken Chin was doing this, he sometimes spoke to the last minute, despite assuring folks there would be time at the end of the talk. SPUR reports that San Mateo County is losing population. This veers from past stated projections at these meetings that it would continue to grow.