San Mateo says no more Roundup on City land

A recent flurry of concerns on and San Mateo Moms Facebook group led to an important decision by the Parks & Recreation Department to discontinue use of Glyphosate (the herbicide commonly known as Roundup). The City just published this notice to inform residents of the decision and the anticipated changes. “Some of you mayContinue reading “San Mateo says no more Roundup on City land”

Car-Light Housing: More Affordability, Less Traffic Discussion

We need to address the housing affordability crisis, but we don’t want to make it harder to get around town or harm the climate. Join Friends of Caltrain for this discussion to: Learn about the connections between housing affordability, traffic reduction, and climate change. Hear what neighboring communities are doing to reduce the need to drive.Continue reading “Car-Light Housing: More Affordability, Less Traffic Discussion”

Plan Bay Area 2040 Workshop

Beginning in May, residents from across the Bay Area will come together at a series of public open houses to discuss how to plan for our region’s future growth. Will you be there? San Mateo County Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sequoia High School, Multi-Purpose Room 1201 Brewster Avenue, RedwoodContinue reading “Plan Bay Area 2040 Workshop”

Peninsula Clean Energy Meeting

The City of San Mateo invites you to an upcoming informational workshop with Peninsula Clean Energy. Join Peninsula Clean Energy’s staff on Wednesday, March 8th at 6:30pm at the San Mateo Main Library to learn and ask questions about San Mateo County’s official electricity provider. Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) provides cleaner and greener electricity optionsContinue reading “Peninsula Clean Energy Meeting”