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BAYWOOD BULLETIN JULY 4TH UPDATE

HAVE SAFE FUN IN SAN MATEO ON JULY 4TH!

Wear your best red, white, & blue and enjoy a lovely day in the park under the sun! Family fun activities start around 11:00am, and the ceremony/concert will be from 12:00-2:00pm featuring Club 90 (Party Mix)!  Read more information about the band.


More to Know To Enjoy The Most:

  • Arts and Crafts items will be given out on a first come first serve basis and while supplies last. 

  • Lines for rides will be closed starting as early as 1:15pm to end by 2:00pm. Rides will close at 2:00pm.

  • Face painting will be closing at 1:30pm, so bring your kids early!

  • Food trucks will be on site along with beer and wine for purchase by San Mateo Parks and Rec Foundation.

Please also make sure to stop by the Fallen Heroes Memorial booth to learn more about the beautiful newly completed sculpture to honor San Mateo's armed forces and public safety members who have died in the line of duty. 



Have a fun and safe 4th of July!









IMPORTANT: RSVP to WED., JULY 10, 7PM ZOOM MEETING ON NOVEMBER ZONING BALLOT MEASURE

Please plan to attend the Wed., July 10, 7pm Baywood Neighborhood Association (BNA)-hosted Zoom meeting on the land use ballot measure being proposed for this November’s election.  Please RSVP to baywoodneighborhood@gmail.com.


San Mateo City Manager, Alex Khojikian, will review how San Mateo proposes to meet State mandates by zoning for 7,015 of State-mandated new housing units by 2031.  The City plans to zone for this new housing largely along El Camino Real and Caltrain, and Hillsdale and Bridgepointe shopping centers, so that there are more people near to downtown areas to help our small businesses, fight climate change and increase San Mateo’s affordable housing stock.  These areas were chosen after several years of community discussion as the best way to balance the City’s future growth needs with maintaining the character of San Mateo.


This potential measure also would preserve existing height and density measures outside of the designated areas and preserve single family home neighborhoods, including Baywood and other neighborhoods west of El Camino.


BNA encourages everyone to attend this July 10 Zoom meeting.  If placed on the ballot, San Mateo voters will have a very important decision to make as to how and where our city grows.  San Mateo Park and Aragon neighbors also are invited to attend the BNA Zoom meeting if they don’t have access to another educational meeting.


Please share this information with your Baywood neighbors and friends in San Mateo Park and Aragon. 


We look forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday, July 10th, at 7pm, on Zoom.  Please RSVP to baywoodneighborhood@gmail.com.

 

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