Category Archives: Education
It’s Your Turn to Plan San Mateo’s Future!
We’ve heard from the community on the Vision for the future and the ten study areas to analyze first for future change. Now, you are invited to discuss and share your ideas on: What kinds of housing do we want? What kinds of jobs should we plan for? What improvements are needed to help people move around? Date &Continue reading “It’s Your Turn to Plan San Mateo’s Future!”
Community Needs Assessment for 2019
All are invited to participate in the Community Needs Assessment for 2019. The Community Needs Assessment is a vital part of the City’s engagement with the community and stakeholders to identify priority needs for programs and projects in the areas of community development, housing, and public services. Many of these programs and projects are fundedContinue reading “Community Needs Assessment for 2019”
Learn about the new statewide renter protection law on Sunday, 10/27/19
Sunday, October 27, One San Mateo will host a special renter meet-up to be held at the Congregational Church of San Mateo from 4 to 6 pm. A primary purpose of the meet-up will be to inform renters about AB 1482, the new statewide renter protection law that was just signed into law by GovernorContinue reading “Learn about the new statewide renter protection law on Sunday, 10/27/19”
Urban Tree Walk in North Central San Mateo this Saturday
Connect with California’s cultural and ecological diversity in a neighborhood walk! Sat, October 19, 201910:30 AM – 12:00 PM PDTCaltrain Station – Downtown San MateoTransit Center WaySan Mateo, CA 94401 Register Online Join me (Esme Cabrera) on an urban tree walk through the most diverse (human and natural) and historic area of San Mateo. OurContinue reading “Urban Tree Walk in North Central San Mateo this Saturday”
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT: Learn about the history of housing discrimination that shapes our communities today.
A presentation by Richard Rothstein, author of the acclaimed book, The Color Of Law: A Forgotten History Of How Our Government Segregated America. Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDTCongregational Church of San Mateo225 Tilton Avenue, San Mateo Today, housing discrimination based on race or ethnicity is against the law. Until recently,Continue reading “FREE COMMUNITY EVENT: Learn about the history of housing discrimination that shapes our communities today.”
School Board Candidate Forum September 17th
Please join snkids.org on September 17th to meet the CANDIDATES for 2 Trustee seats on the San Mateo-Foster City School District’s School Board in the November 5, 2019 election! Tuesday, September 17th, 2019 from 6PM – 8PMCongregational Church of San Mateo225 Tilton Ave, San Mateo *RSVP at http://bit.ly/2019smfcFORUM **Ask questions in advance athttp://bit.ly/2019smfcQUESTIONS
Where and how do you think San Mateo should change over the next 20 years? Share your input online!
Share your feedback online! Join one of the most important conversations we can have about San Mateo’s future. It all starts with your ideas and input! The City invites you to share your feedback online to help identify what areas of the City should be evaluated for change, preservation and improvements. This online exercise is an opportunity to use a mapContinue reading “Where and how do you think San Mateo should change over the next 20 years? Share your input online!”
Strategies for creating healthy, equitable communities
Everyone is invited to join this strategic conversation with Get Healthy San Mateo County on Tuesday, July 16th at the San Mateo Main Library. How do we keep advancing healthy, equitable communities together in San Mateo County? Register Online! Health begins in the places where we live, learn, work, and play. Get Healthy San Mateo CountyContinue reading “Strategies for creating healthy, equitable communities”
You are invited to a Day of Remembrance Sat. March 2nd
San Mateo High School and the College of San Mateo Ethnic Studies and History Department invite you to join us on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 1:00 PM, at San Mateo High School’s Multipurpose Room for a “Day of Remembrance.” Please RSVP at: https://bit.ly/2SE7Q5C The Day of Remembrance is an annual ceremony held around February 19th.Continue reading “You are invited to a Day of Remembrance Sat. March 2nd”