The Department of Public Works (DPW) is involved in the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure projects within the unincorporated areas of San Mateo County. Our mission is to provide the public with safe, accessible roads and structures that make their communities more livable.
Listed below is a list of featured DPW projects. See also:
Reconfiguring Middlefield Road between Pacific Ave and Fifth Ave from a four-lane, two-way roadway to a three-lane roadway with parallel parking, bike lanes, and wider sidewalks.... ViewView Middlefield Road Improvement Project
County crews are repairing various sites which incurred storm damage over the 2016/17 winter season. The damage sites for which preliminary repair strategies have been developed include Gazos Creek Road, Old La Honda Road, Alpine Road, Mirada Road, Entrada Way, Portola Road and Capistrano Road.... ViewView Winter Storm Damage Repairs
The County is working with the cities of South San Francisco and San Bruno to determine improvements to Navigable Slough, a tidally influenced tributary to Colma Creek.... ViewView Navigable Slough Feasibility Study
A study to evaluate roadway configuration alternatives along Santa Cruz Ave from Sand Hill Rd to Alameda de las Pulgas and along Alameda de las Pulgas between Santa Cruz Ave and Sharon Road, to find safety and connectivity improvements for bicycles, pedestrians, and vehicles.... ViewView Santa Cruz Avenue Corridor Study