The annual report for San Bruno Mountain's Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) has been posted to the Parks Department web site. This year's report includes recommendations on butterfly monitoring techniques, including butterfly, habitat, and host plant monitoring.
Parks was honored to be a recipient at the Sustainable San Mateo County Awards Event on April 6, 2017. It was an inspiring evening that paid tribute to those working to make our region truly sustainable.
The San Mateo County Parks Commission has named 10 community members to serve on a Dog Management Committee and advise the Commission as it seeks to update and clarify dog management policies in San Mateo County Parks.
San Mateo County Parks sought geotechnical information following significant bluff erosion and slumps at Pillar Point Bluff last winter and will use the resulting hazard assessment to develop trail improvement and sign plans.
As the popularity of Edgewood and Wunderlich parks grows, so do demands on parking. Using the weekend Park Shuttle can make your visit fun and safe. There's free parking in downtown Redwood City and near the other shuttle stops.
San Mateo County Parks, in collaboration with Sustainability REV, recently developed a Sustainability Plan. The Sustainability REV team was so impressed with the plan that they developed a video highlighting the challenges an organization such as the Department faces when implementing such a plan.