USA Swimming Foundation Awards Burlingame Aquatic Club Grant for FREE Swim Lessons. Come fill out an application for a swim lesson scholarship at the King Pool (725 Monte Diablo Avenue, San Mateo)!
The San Mateo Adult School is presenting an wonderful training program this fall: “Optometric Assistant”. This is a 11 Week, 96 Hour Training Program where students will learn to assist Optometrists in their offices. Students who successfully complete the program will have the opportunity for paid on-the job training. Prospective students must be 18 yearsContinue reading “Optometric Assistant Training Opportunity”
Learn about the library improvement project and share your input! Please download the Library Community Presentation to see the proposed ideas and complete your Community Feedback Form and return it to the library.
The City of San Mateo’s City Services Academy is a FREE, comprehensive, hands-on learning experience that gives participants the opportunity to interact with City staff and learn about the challenges facing municipal government today. Interactive activities will give Academy participants a better understanding of the evolving principles of the City of San Mateo’s Council/City ManagerContinue reading “Apply to the San Mateo City Services Academy!”
Share your feedback with the City Council on the King Field Synthetic Turf and Park Improvements Plan Monday, June 18, 2018 at 5:30 PM City Hall, Conference Room C 330 W 20th Ave, San Mateo This is the last opportunity to comment before the plan is finalized. The King Park Improvements Project includes conversion ofContinue reading “Monday 6/18: City Council Special Mtg on King Field Synthetic Turf and Park Improvements Plan”
Recreation Facilities – Vision to Reality In September 2016, the City Council approved the Recreation Facilities Strategic Plan (RFSP). With a system of recreation centers and pools that is mostly 50+ years, the RFSP created a vision and plan for facilities that can better serve the community for the next 50 years. Planning is currentlyContinue reading “Community Input on Recreation Facilities”
Over 300 community members have pledged to Love North Central and are registered to volunteer at the Neighborhood Cleanup Event! We invite you to join us on Saturday, June 9th at 9am at the King Center. This is a free, all-age and all-ability community service event for your entire family. Volunteers can win prizes and enjoy music and aContinue reading “300+ take the pledge to Love North Central & volunteer on June 9th – please join us!”
By Anna Schuessler Daily Journal staff There may be very little that’s glamorous about the snack wrappers, car parts and other litter and large items residents of San Mateo’s North Central neighborhood have seen left on their streets, but resident Amourence Lee and those galvanized around a neighborhood cleanup effort are determined to find aContinue reading “Taking a stand against trash: Neighborhood cleanup effort to spruce up North Central”
A major disaster can happen at any time. Do you know what to do? SMFD staff will teach you how to prepare yourself, your family, home and workplace for a disaster. You will be given information that will allow you to help after a disaster. Tuesday, February 27th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Senior Center Register Online:Continue reading “FREE Get Ready Disaster Preparedness Class”
Here is your opportunity to become a trained member of “CERT”, the City of San Mateo’s Community Emergency Response Team. Participants in this 25-hour series of classes will learn how to develop neighborhood teams while cross-trained in basic emergency skills. Classes are held at the San Mateo Senior Center (2645 Alameda de las Pulgas) onContinue reading “FREE Community Emergency Response Team Training (CERT) – Registration Open”