Tuesday, February 27th
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
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) on Wednesdays from 6:15 to 8:45pm (January 31st – March 14th). Skills Development & Mock Earthquake Exercise will be held on the Saturday, March 17th , 2018, 9:00am to 4:00 pm at Fire Station 23.
Registration opens November 30th www.sanmateorec.com (Course # 142026-A1)
Each year the City of San Mateo prepares an Annual Action Plan that identifies activities that are important to the San Mateo community and can be funded with federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. Planning is taking place for a new five year Consolidated Plan for 2018-23 as well as the Action plan for 2018-19. CDBG has several eligible funding categories including public service grants to non-profit agencies, affordable housing, and community development activities.
We are asking the community to identify the highest priority needs in our city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods. You are part of that process and the Community Relations Commission would like to hear from you about what you think are the most important needs in the community. If you are unable to attend the Community Needs Workshop on November 18, please complete the online survey. The Commission will take feedback from the workshop on November 1 as well as the coming workshop on November 18 and all survey responses to identify priorities for funding in the coming years.
For more information, or if any issues arise with the survey, call the Neighborhood Improvement and Housing Division at 522-7229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The flyer is available for download: Needs Assessment Flyer.
Saturday, November 18, 2017
725 Monte Diablo Ave, San Mateo
or take the online survey!
Please join us for the next step in refining the future vision for San Mateo’s recreation facilities. Come to the community workshop to review program options and identify priorities.
Monday, September 25th, 7-9p at King Center
725 Monte Diablo Ave
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SMC ALERT is an alert notification system used to immediately contact you during urgent or emergency situations. You can set alerts to send emergency and non-emergency text and voice messages to your:
SMC ALERT is free. (Your carrier may charge you a fee to receive alerts on your wireless device). SMC ALERT is available in all cities and towns in San Mateo County. Please read the FAQ’s for more information.
The San Mateo Patch.com published new report, listing San Mateo Union High School District 26th in the State.
As the 2017-18 school year kicks off, parents and students can see how their school district stacks up against others in the state as Niche.com has released its annual rankings of best schools and school districts in the country.
The 2018 rankings released this month rank elementary, middle and high schools as well as school districts.
In the Golden State, the Silicon Valley area reigns supreme, taking the first three slots on the list of the best districts. The list is led by Palo Alto Unified School District, followed byand .