This hour and a half session will be dedicated to talking about Traffic & Parking and will include our two Traffic Sergeants, a Motor Officer, and special guests from Public Works. Once we bring you up to “speed” on everything traffic & parking related, we’ll open the session up to Q&A.
The County of San Mateo will be presenting the latest on the vaccinations for COVID-19. There is so much information out there, let’s get it right from the people at the heart of these conversations for our county.
Our incoming mayor, Eric Rodriquez, and city council member, Rick Bonilla, will be joining us to have a conversation about city and neighborhood priorities for the coming year.
We invited city council members to join us to learn about topics relevant to people of the North Central Neighborhood. As the council looks to set their goals and priorities early next year, we want to take the opportunity to speak directly to our city representatives.
Council member introductions
HANCSM update on neighborhood progress in 2020
Questions and comments from the neighborhood
Do you have a question, comment, or neighborhood priority you want to address in the meeting? Please let us know by filling out a short questionnaire.
We will prepare and plan most of your questions and comments in advance. The event will also include a short, open Q&A at the end.
Carolina and Adam Nugent, HANCSM board members, are hosting a food drive to help the neighborhood collect non-perishable foods items for the Samaritan House as they prepare more than a thousand meals to distribute for Thanksgiving.
How you can help 🙏🏼
🚶♀️Drop off non-perishable food items to their home at 149 N Delaware St from Thursday Nov 12th to Sunday Nov 15th.
They will have a donation bin set out in their front yard so you can safely drop off your items.
📣 Share this opportunity with your neighbors, family, and friends.
Not sure what to buy? Chose from these recommended items. We are only collecting non-perishable food items for this drive.
North Central’s very own Amourence Lee looks to be keeping her seat on the San Mateo City Council. With 18,405 votes, as of today, she is comfortably in second place with a strong lead over the next candidate.
The housing measures, Measure P and Measure Y, which have been a hot topic for our city, are too close to call.
Vote your ballot by filling in the box next to your choice.
Put your voted ballot inside the postage paid return envelope.
Sign the return envelope between the hole punches. This is important! (In order to count your ballot, we must match your signature on the envelope with the signature in your voter registration record.)
Seal the envelope.
Return the ballot.
Return Your Ballot
Don’t delay! Once you vote your ballot and properly sign the envelope, you need to return it on time. Here’s how:
Drop it off in the mail. It can only be accepted if it is postmarked on or before Election Day, and received by our office within 17 days after Election Day (Per AB 860 – The 17 days allows an extended period of time for the ballot to be received during the COVID-19 pandemic).