The EDGE is an economic development and growth initiative created by business owners in 2010 to drive the sustained vitality of the business community located on the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula. It serves as a dynamic, knowledgeable catalyst that accelerates the growth of existing businesses and the formation of new ones. It fosters collaboration and communication among all constituencies critical to ensuring a vital business community that remains relevant to all businesses throughout the next decade and well beyond.
The report gives a survey of competitive office, R&D, industrial and warehouse buildings that are presently available on the market and also space which is believed to come onto the market in the foreseeable future.
A great diverse business base, beautiful neighborhoods and parks, colleges and universities within a 30 mile radius,3 major airports, excellent public transportation.
San Mateo Innovation Week celebrates the spirit of creativity, productivity and innovation in San Mateo. With a national spotlight on the internationally celebrated “Maker Faire".
There are approximately 3,000 paid public parking spaces to provide Downtown customers the flexibility to run errands, relax over a leisurely lunch, work a full day, or enjoy their time in San Mateo. Downtown parking permits are also available to business owners, employees, and residents who require all-day parking.
The City of San Mateo’s water supply is provided by Cal Water, a private water supplier that provides water to 21 districts in California. Cal Water is responsible for developing and enforcing the compliance plan to meet the State regulations. Cal Water filed its draft Schedule 14.1 with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on April 28, 2015. Cal Water’s Schedule 14.1, which goes into effect on June 1, 2015, provides for household and business water budgets and associated enforcement measures to reduce water use in its districts.