Thank you for your continued interested in Connect the Coastside (CTC or Plan). The CTC project team is happy to announce the release of a Final Administrative Draft of Connect the Coastside. During the summer and fall of 2020, we heard your feedback on the previous draft and used your input to update the Plan.
You can find the CTC Final Administrative Draft on the Connect the Coastside website (https://planning.smcgov.org/connect-coastside), along with an Executive Summary of the Plan (which is also attached to this email).
We want to thank everyone who contributed to the Plan’s development and provided feedback, including members of the Midcoast community, members of the Technical Advisory Committee, County staff, and City of Half Moon Bay staff. We especially want to thank current and former members of the Midcoast Community Council for your leadership and partnership in shaping Connect the Coastside. Feedback from the Midcoast community was an invaluable part of the planning process to ensure the Plan meets Midcoast stakeholders’ needs.
Please join us for a review and discussion of the updates to the plan at the January 27, 2021 meeting of the Midcoast Community Council. We look forward to your feedback on the updated Plan and if it reflects what we heard during the 2020 outreach efforts (see the 2020 Outreach Summary Report for a summary of what we heard and the proposed changes to the plan).
We also invite you to join us for a
February 10, 2021 Planning Commission meeting
for a review and discussion of the updated Plan.
Thank you for your continued participation in Connect the Coastside and we look forward to staying in touch.
Katie Faulkner, Planner III, County of San Mateo, Planning and Building Department
Connect the Coastside
Connect the Coastside is a community-based plan containing transportation infrastructure
proposals and land use policy options intended to improve mobility and safety for Coastside
residents and visitors, and meet Local Coastal Program Policy 2.53. This Plan will require ongoing
community engagement to refine the infrastructure proposals into detailed designs, to ensure
the guiding principles for implementation are adhered to, and to advocate for funding necessary
to construct these improvements. Connect the Coastside is available for review at:
The Commission generally meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Meetings are usually held in the Chambers of the Board of Supervisors, Hall of Justice & Records, 400 County Center, Redwood City. Please check the current agenda as meeting times and places are sometimes changed.