Selling The Coast

Increased Traffic

ANDDemocracy Means Participation

Text Box: Supporting Groups
Clean Water Action
ROW Now!
Coastal Open Space Alliance (COSA)
League for Coastside Protection
Text Box: “Participation is at the root of all democracies.”

A Tale of Two Visions

Attend the 3rd Midcoast LCP Update Meeting—January 2006



For the past five years, San Mateo County has been working to update the Local Coastal Program (LCP) for the Midcoast area.


The purpose of the LCP  is to encourage sound land management and resource protection in the case of growing population pressures on the san Mateo County coast. more

Do You?

Participate in the Future of your Neighborhood


Attend the 3rd LCP Update Meeting in Redwood City with friends and neighbors.  This meeting has not been fixed by the Supervisors, but will probably occur in January 2006.



Submit written comments directly to the Board.  Your input and opinion counts most NOW.  Let them know their plans for your neighborhood are not acceptable.  Send your letter to the Board of Supervisors directly from this website!

Supervisors in Redwood City want the

Midcoast growth rate to be twice as fast

as Half Moon Bay or Pacifica.