This week, the San Mateo County Parks Foundation made another gift to the San Mateo County Parks Department. Thanks to our wonderful donors, this gift of $151,826 allows several programs and projects to move forward. They include:
- Continuing to offer low-income, public transportation-dependent communities the opportunity to access our stunning parks through the County Park Shuttle. The Park Shuttle is a free weekend service with two routes that connects the communities of East Palo Alto, North Fair Oaks and Downtown Redwood City to two parks: Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve in Redwood City and Wunderlich Park in Woodside.
Our inaugural Coyote Nights summer social took place last Thursday evening at the Captain’s House at Coyote Point. Thanks to all who came and made the first evening a memorable event! The San Mateo County Parks Foundation is hosting five more of these summer evening socials with our event partner, REI. Our goal: to connect more people to the parks
Are you new to San Mateo County, or curious about the parks? Are you interested in connecting with other park lovers? Or do you just want to enjoy a cold beer in our beautiful park by the bay, Coyote Point? If you said yes to any of this, then join us on Thursday, July 6 at 6pm for our next social! Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company will be pouring their handcrafted beers