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The Belmont City Council members receive a presentation regarding new voting machines which will be used in upcoming elections.

San Mateo County upgrades infrastructure for upcoming elections

February 28, 2020

In preparation for the upcoming presidential primary election, the San Mateo County is upgrading its infrastructure to better align with modern legislature standards. Since it...

The Mid-Peninsula Water District headquarters, located at 3 Dairy Lane in Belmont. The Board of Directors meets here at 6:30 PM on the fourth Thursday of every month unless otherwise noted.

Who gets the water bill?

September 12, 2018

Cut the check, get the service. This is the modus operandi of public and private utilities everywhere. So long as the money ends up in the right hands, the water keeps flowing and the lights stay on. If you live in Belmont, the check for the water bill ends up in the hands of the Mid-Peninsula Water District, a public agency headquartered at 3 Dairy Lane just next to US-101. They in turn purchase and pipe water originally from the Hetch Hetchy reservoir in Yosemite National Park, through the San Francisco Regional Water System, to the homes of Belmont residents as well as those living in small portions of San Carlos, Redwood City, and unincorporated San Mateo County.

Belmont resident Diana Ross expresses her appreciation for the resolution and its actions.

Belmont City Council unanimously approves civil rights resolution

April 4, 2017

The crowd buzzed with energy as the council members entered the room. For some, the regularly scheduled Belmont City Council meeting was just that– a regularly scheduled...

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