Category: Public Works News

C/CAG’s Countywide Local Road Safety Plan

We need your input to make local roads safer in your community! As part of the Countywide Local Road Safety Plan and after hearing valuable feedback from the community, C/CAG has identified priority locations for safety improvements and developed potential countermeasures to reduce fatalities and serious injuries at those locations. Please visit the project webpage … Continued

Severe Weather Expected Wednesday, January 4, 2023

According to the National Weather Service, a strong storm system & atmospheric river will bring widespread moderate to heavy rainfall & strong winds to the whole Bay Area from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday. This storm will increase the threat for widespread flooding and wind damage across the area, including possible road closures and power outages. … Continued

Pre-Purchase Your Discounted Rain Barrel!

Flows To Bay, in partnership with Rain Water Solutions, has once again launched a limited-time rain barrel program. With this program, San Mateo County residents and businesses can purchase up to two high-quality, 50-gallon rain barrels for $80 each plus tax ($130 retail value). Ordering online, NOW OPEN at Important Note:  All rain barrels MUST be … Continued

Drought-Proof Your Garden Now for Spring and Summer

Regardless of what amount of rain we might get this winter, gardening in California now means contending with the risk of drought conditions. Join Flows To Bay’s free webinar to learn how we can bolster the health of our gardens to be able to withstand long dry periods.The webinar will take place online on Saturday, … Continued

Coastal Cleanup 2022

  Join the 38th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day!  Saturday, September 17 from 9:00 a.m. to noon, and all month long! This cleanup event is a great way for families, friends, community groups, and schools to come together to help clean up creeks, parks, neighborhoods, and local beaches. Sign up for Coastal Cleanup Day 2022 reminder emails to stay updated about this event. … Continued

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