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San Mateo is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is named in honor of Saint Matthew who was one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus, and oen of the four Evangelists. It stands now where the Rancho de las Pulgas was once located. Rancho de las Pulgas is a Spanish name meaning "Ranch of the Fleas." The Rancho San Mateo eventually split from the Rancho de las Pulgas, and was used as a missionary.

Population: 92482
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Times San Francisco Weekly
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
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Zip Codes associated with san mateo, california: 94401 94402 94403 94404
Towns/Cities near san mateo, california : Foster City Burlingame Hillsborough Belmont San Carlos Millbrae

San Mateo News
Qualpay Modernizes Invoice Processing in Payments Platform to Align...

SAN MATEO, Calif: Qualpay, a leading provider of integrated omnichannel payment solutions, today announced the addition of a modern and easy-to-use Invoicing product to its payments processing platform, available both out-of-the-box via a user interface or for tight integration, via the Invoice API. Qualpay's new Invoicing features provide end-users with the easiest and most efficient way to complete payments with the assurance of fast, automated payments and streamlined reporting.

Police reports

Someone was sleeping inside their vehicle on Shell Boulevard in Foster City, it was reported at 2:55 a.m. Thursday, April 19. Public intoxication. A Redwood City man was booked into county jail for public intoxication on El Camino Real, it was reported at 1:56 p.m. Friday, March 30. Burglary.

Class notes

County Supervisor David Canepa hosted a training at Westmoor High School in Daly City helping students learn more about performing CPR and operating an AED in the case of a health emergency. About 200 students participated in the event held Monday, April 16. The Vulcan Robotics team of San Mateo will be one of the 128 teams to compete this weekend in the FTC World Championships in Houston.

Bart Tod bill advances, broader transit-rich housing bill halted in committee

This week, the hotly-debated SB-827, which would have increased zoning for housing near transit around the state, was voted down in committee, as you may well have seen in the news. Meanwhile, the more modest AB-2923 which requires cities to make their zoning compatible with BART's Transit Oriented Development guidelines , passed its first committee hearing, and now heads to the Assembly Natural Resources Committee on April 23. The BART TOD bill was amended in committee to exempt cities that are meeting their full statewide housing obligations for all income levels, and clarifies that local design guidelines continue to apply, as long as they don't contradict the minimum density requirements in BART's policy.

Marin unemployment rate 2.3 percent in March

Marin County's unemployment rate was 2.3 percent in March, making Marin the county with the second-lowest rate in the state, according to the state Employment Development Department. Marin's jobless rate was down from a revised 2.5 percent in February, and below the year-ago estimate of 3 percent.

Peninsula Clean Energy creating greener future

This Earth Day, San Mateo County residents and businesses can celebrate that together we are taking strong action on climate change to protect our environment and future - while also saving an estimated $17 million per year. Our success should be the catalyst that prompts other cities and counties in the state and the country to opt into the climate battle.

Northern California man charged with threatening federal workers

A 52-year-old Manteca man already facing state charges for allegedly threatening to hurt and kill staffers at U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier's office in San Mateo now stands accused in U.S. District Court of also menacing federal officials, authorities said. We offer email newsletters for news, sports, entertainment and much more.

San Mateo teens get a lesson from civil rights icon Millijean

Minnijean Brown-Trickey appears on stage for a conversation with students at Aragon High School in San Mateo, Calif. on Thursday, April 19, 2018.

Wrong Waze? Peninsula Residents Irked by App-Caused Traffic

It's happening along North Bayshore Boulevard in San Mateo, where drivers are being directed by Waze and other apps to take the road between Norfolk Street and Peninsula Avenue to avoid the Highway 101 congestion. The only problem is so many motorists are following the app, it's causing bumper to bumper traffic on the surface street as well.

Mountain lion sighting has San Mateo schools on edge

Hillsdale High School and Abbott Middle School sheltered in place Thursday morning after an unconfirmed mountain lion sighting, police said. Hillsdale High School and Abbott Middle School sheltered in place Thursday morning after an unconfirmed mountain lion sighting, police said.

Letter: Why did city of San Mateo support 'blockchain party' hosted by Tim Draper?

Traversing downtown San Mateo Thursday, traffic was snarled due to closure of East Third Avenue adjacent to El Camino. This event was not a public one, however, but a "blockchain party" hosted by Tim Draper, and his eponymous "university."

Letter: Why did city of San Mateo support a blockchain partya hosted by Tim Draper?

Traversing downtown San Mateo Thursday, traffic was snarled due to closure of East Third Avenue adjacent to El Camino. This event was not a public one, however, but a "blockchain party" hosted by Tim Draper, and his eponymous "university."

Council: At War on Two Wheels

As if the city's Transportation Department didn't have enough on its hands with an electric scooter app flouting its dockless mobility pilot schedule, this past week it's also had to address a litany of peeved competitors who want in on the action if the Santa Monica-based Bird is going to be allowed to pre-empt the rules. The most aggravated of them all may have been LimeBike , from San Mateo, Calif., which sent City Council a letter on April 10 essentially calling Bird a rule breaker and asking that all their scooters be impounded.

Lawmakers pave path for higher electricity, gas bills

State legislation that might protect PG&E and other utility monopolies from an array of liabilities in the wake of disasters such as a fatal gas explosion in San Bruno or a lethal inferno in Wine Country gained an initial approval Tuesday - but only after a torrent of critics forced its author to promise to modify the proposed law. The bill would oblige California utilities to submit proposals every two years to the state Public Utilities Commission that detail how power companies would prepare for huge disasters such as destructive fires, storms and earthquakes.

Motorista s quick action saves trapped ducklings

A San Mateo motorist noticed a frantic duck pacing back and forth near a storm drain Monday and realized she needed help. "The driver pulled over and spotted eight ducklings trapped in the mud at the bottom of the ditch and called us," said Buffy Martin Tarbox, spokeswoman for Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.

Developer selected for prime downtown lots

Weighing the track records of three developers stepping forward with plans to build 164 residential units and more than 500 parking spaces on two redevelopment sites in downtown San Mateo and their plans to finance the project, councilmembers Monday ultimately focused on the number of affordable units in selecting MidPen Housing. The effort to scope an affordable housing development with parking atop sites near the city's downtown Caltrain station and purchased with redevelopment agency funds has been years in the making, with nine of the 10 developers showing interest in the parcels formally submitting proposals with the city late last year.

Greubel joins Paine Schwartz Partners

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