- Jan 11
Flood Relief Fund raises $50k+ in days
I have so much faith in the goodwill of San Mateans, in just a few days the San Mateo Flood Relief Fund raised over $50,000.
- Jul 23, 2022
Infrastructure Investments on B St
It's time to invest and keep up the momentum of economic recovery in our downtown.
- Mar 6, 2022
North Central Bike Lane Project
The council voted 3-2 to approve the bicycle lanes, why I dissented.
- Oct 23, 2021
Slow Down for Students
Slowing cars down around schools to achieve Vision Zero - the global initiative to eliminate traffic fatalities.
- Aug 19, 2021
General Plan 2040 Moving Forward
Our Council unanimously approved three land use and circulation alternatives, emphasizing studying options for building around transit.
- Jul 19, 2021
Councilwoman Amourence Lee said, “I wanted to underscore my support for the study of the reduced speeds around schools."
- Jan 22, 2021
2021 State of the City
Mayor Eric Rodriguez hosted the virtual State of the City, "We are going through a pivotal time in our history...
- Oct 2, 2020
Virtual Event: Dismantling Segregation in San Mateo
You are invited to join an important follow-up conversation to the New York Times Rothstein article on racism and segregation in San Mateo.
- Sep 29, 2020
Sierra Club Endorsements
Sierra Club joins #TeamAmo - for years, I've been working along side many members of the Loma Prieta Chapter...
- May 7, 2020
Reimagining our streets
San Mateo made headlines! We are advancing innovative solutions to pedestrian / bike safety and ways to support our local restaurants.
- Apr 17, 2020
Space to Safely Recreate
Designating slow streets for residents to safely recreate. #baymeadows #neighborhood #qualityoflife
- Apr 7, 2020
Green Light Levee Project, $ave Rate-Payers Thousands in Flood Insurance
Our community members in North Central and North Shoreview are counting on the City to follow through on our promise
- Dec 11, 2019
Infrastructure in Neighborhoods East of 101
Our Lagoon might be turning into a mud-flat. Just a few years ago folks were waterskiing here. Thank you to our neighbors east of 101