The County of San Mateo has launched a survey to gather insights into what local community members need to thrive.
The input will play a significant role in shaping the allocation of Measure K funding. Input from local community members will help inform how tax dollars are prioritized in the following areas:
- Emergency Preparedness
- Housing and Homelessness
- Children and Families
- Mental Health
What is Measure K?
Measure K is a half-cent sales tax extension in San Mateo County that was passed by local voters in November 2016. The purpose of the funding is to support essential County services and to maintain or replace critical facilities, and to provide local funds for local needs. Find more detailed information here.
Where Can I Find the Survey?
The survey is available in multiple languages and can be found at the following links: