VIDEO. From the Half Moon Bay City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023 at 7:00pm as a hybrid meeting.
Council member, Debbie Ruddock, asks the Council to put more pressure on the County to do something, after 2 studies have lead nowhere. (see one of the studies below)
Minutes from HMB Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, 10/27/2020, 100% remoteDocumentViewer
Initial Study for the Geotechnical Borings for a Hazard Mitigation Evaluation at the Closed Half Moon Bay Landfill
VIDEO. From the City of Half Moon Bay Planning Commission meeting 10/27/2020.
RECOMMENDATION Conduct a public hearing on PDP-20-043, an application for a Coastal Development Permit to allow five investigative geotechnical borings to characterize subsurface units and gather information on the strength of soils at the closed Half Moon Bay landfill, owned and maintained by the County of San Mateo, on the coastal bluffs south of Poplar Street, Half Moon Bay, and continue the public hearing to a date certain of November 10, 2020 (or as otherwise discussed during the public hearing).
City Council of Half Moon Bay Meets ~ 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:00pm
The City Council of Half Moon Bay is the City’s governing body, and consists of five elected members. The Council sets priorities and policies, makes final decisions on all major City matters, adopts ordinances and resolutions, appoints the City Manager and City Attorney, and approves the annual budget.
City Council members are elected at-large to four-year, overlapping terms. There are no term limits in Half Moon Bay. The City Council selects one of its members to serve as Mayor and one to serve as Vice Mayor, on an annual basis.
The Half Moon Bay City Council typically meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month starting at 7 pm at the Ted Adcock Community Center, 535 Kelly Avenue.
- streamed live on Comcast Channel 27 and Pacific Coast TV website
- the City’s website online (via Granicus)
- and on Facebook Live
- Recorded by Pacific Coast TV (PCTV)
Members or the public are welcome to submit comments (in accordance with the three-minute per speaker limit) via email