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A better understanding of key climate issues in the community will help us build stronger pathways towards climate preparedness and creating resilient communities. Your input is valuable to develop solutions! Get involved and collaborate by sharing your thoughts and experiences with a range of climate change issues. Use the tabs below to share or drop a pin on the map and show us areas of concern.

This information, in combination with feedback provided from the Climate Ready San Mateo County Collaborative, will help San Mateo County develop policies, planning tools, and adaptation strategies for the future.



A better understanding of key climate issues in the community will help us build stronger pathways towards climate preparedness and creating resilient communities. Your input is valuable to develop solutions! Get involved and collaborate by sharing your thoughts and experiences with a range of climate change issues. Use the tabs below to share or drop a pin on the map and show us areas of concern.

This information, in combination with feedback provided from the Climate Ready San Mateo County Collaborative, will help San Mateo County develop policies, planning tools, and adaptation strategies for the future.


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How does climate change affect you in your daily life?  Tell us what a climate ready community looks like to you.

Thank you for sharing your story with us.  This information, in combination with feedback provided from the Climate Ready San Mateo County Collaborative, will help San Mateo County develop policies, planning tools, and adaptation strategies for the future.

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    Sustainable, thriving communities

    by ellynjd, over 1 year ago

    I envision roads with very few cars and lots of electric public transit vehicles both large for intercity travel and short vans for shuttling people to and from their local shopping district.  It fosters relationships, a clean environment and minimizes the need for cars, parking structures and lots.  There is also bike infrastructure that connects communities.  Disaster preparedness kits are given to every household along with a booklet describing evacuation routes and centers for every neighborhood.  Public gardens where people can grow their own food are part of local parks and even homes repurpose their lawns into food gardens. Gray... Continue reading

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