Election Administration Plan - Original Draft

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Election Administration Plan – Draft
Letter from Chief Elections Officer

December 31, 2017

Dear Fellow Voters:

I am pleased to submit to you San Mateo County’s Draft Election Administration Plan for the implementation of the California Voter’s Choice Act (Senate Bill 450). This landmark legislation authorizes 14 counties, including San Mateo, to conduct any election as an All Mailed Ballot/Vote Center Election, commencing January 2018. San Mateo County is proud to be one of the first five counties in the state that will be conducting the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election under the provisions of the California Voter’s Choice Act.

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Election Administration Plan-Draft

The California Voter’s Choice Act requires all counties conducting elections under the Act to develop a Draft Election Administration Plan (EAP) and a detailed Voter Education and Outreach Plan. The goal of San Mateo County’s Draft EAP is to provide the public detailed information on the administration of elections under the California Voter’s Choice Act.

The EAP also includes the County’s Education and Outreach Plan which outlines in detail the County’s education and outreach plans and our efforts to increase accessibility to all voters, particularly voters with disabilities and language minorities.

A Public Hearing was held on Thursday, January 18, 2018 in the County Board of Supervisors Chambers located at 400 County Center, Redwood City for the public to comment on the County’s Draft EAP and the Voter Education and Outreach Plan.

The public was invited to view the Draft EAP and the Voter Education and Outreach Plan online. Public comment for the Draft EAP closed on January 18, 2018. The Chief Elections Officer will take all comments into consideration in creating an Amended Draft EAP and Voter Education and Outreach Plan.

The Amended Draft EAP and Voter Education and Outreach Plan will be posted online. Once the Amended Draft EAP is posted, a 14 day public comment period begins.

The Draft EAP may also be reviewed in person at the Registration & Elections Division Office located at 40 Tower Road, San Mateo. The facility is accessible to persons with disabilities. Individuals needing special assistance or accommodations are invited to visit or contact the Registration & Elections Division. Advanced notification of visits is recommended to allow the Division to make reasonable accommodations upon request.

After the 14 day public comment period for the Amended Draft EAP, the Final EAP may be adopted.

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Election Administration Plan – Draft
Overview / Vote by Mail / Vote Centers / Voting Technology / Fiscal Impact

Overview

Senate Bill 450, also known as the California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA), was signed into law on September 29, 2016, authorizing 14 counties, including San Mateo, to conduct any election as an All-Mailed Ballot/Vote Center election commencing in 2018. This legislation was part of a broad collection of election reforms designed to increase voter participation, increase voter engagement, and expand voting options, fundamentally changing how elections will be conducted in San Mateo County and participating jurisdictions.

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Election Administration Plan – Draft
Voter Education and Outreach Plan

Overview

The California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) requires the County to develop a Voter Education and Outreach Plan that informs voters on all aspects of the VCA, including Vote Center and Ballot Drop-off locations, and information specific to voters with disabilities and non-English preference voters. Public meetings will be held with community organizations and individuals that advocate on behalf of, or provide services to these groups.

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Election Administration Plan – Draft
Addenda

California Voter’s Act Legislation 

Location of Proposed Vote Centers

Proposed Vote Center and Ballot Drop-off Locations
Vote Center Layout

Open 29 Days before Election through Election Day

Redwood City Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder
South San Francisco South San Francisco Main Library
San Mateo Registration & Elections Division

Open 10 Days before Election through Election Day

East Palo Alto City Hall, Community Room
Half Moon Bay Ted Adcock Community Center
Daly City Daly City City Hall
San Bruno San Bruno City Hall, Conference Room 115
San Mateo

Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club

Open 3 Days before Election through Election Day

Atherton Atherton Town Council Chambers
Belmont

Belmont City Hall, Emergency Operations Center

Brisbane Brisbane City Hall, Community Meeting Room
Burlingame Burlingame City Hall, Conference Room A
Burlingame Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
Colma Emergency Operations Center
Daly City Hillside Clubhouse
Daly City Marchbank Park
Daly City Holy Child and St. Martin Episcopal Church
East Palo Alto Joan and Lewis Platt EPA Family YMCA
Foster City Foster City Recreation Center
Hillsborough Fire Station 32
Menlo Park Arrillage Recreation Center, Oak Room
Menlo Park Onetta Harris Community Center
Millbrae Modular Community Center
Moss Beach The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Pacifica Pacifica School District – Board Room
Pacifica St. Peter Catholic Church
Pacifica TBD
Portola Valley Historic School
Redwood City Woodside Fire Training Room
Redwood City / N. Fair Oaks TBD
Redwood Shores San Mateo County Office of Education
South San Francisco Grand Library
South San Francisco TBD
San Bruno TBD
San Carlos San Carlos Library, Conference Room
San Carlos TBD
San Mateo Tentatively – King Community Center
San Mateo San Mateo City Hall – Conference Room C
Woodside  Woodside Village Church

Ballot Drop-Off Locations Open 28 Days before Election

 




Hillsborough
Town Hall
1600 Floribunda Avenue
Hillsborough, CA 94010

Menlo Park 
City Hall
701 Laurel Street,
Menlo Park, CA 94025

Millbrae
City Hall
621 Magnolia Avenue,
Millbrae, CA 94030



Redwood City
Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder
555 County Center, 1st Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063

San Bruno
City Hall
567 El Camino Real,
San Bruno, CA 94066

San Carlos
City Hall
600 Elm Street,
San Carlos, CA 94070


San Mateo
City Hall
330 W. 20th Avenue,
San Mateo, CA 94403

San Mateo
Registration & Elections Division
40 Tower Road
San Mateo, CA 94403

South San Francisco
City Hall
400 Grand Avenue,
South San Francisco, CA 94083


South San Francisco
Main Library
840 West Orange Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080

Woodside
Town Hall
2955 Woodside Road,
Woodside, CA 94062

Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee & Language Accessibility Advisory Committee

Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee

San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division established a Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC) to advise, assist, and provide recommendations to the Chief Elections Officer regarding the implementation of federal and state laws relating to access to the electoral process by older adults and persons with disabilities. It is the mission of the VAAC to ensure that all persons can vote independently and privately.

Member Roster  2017 – 2018

Craig McCulloh, Chairperson
San Mateo County Health Systems Aging and Adult Services

Bill Hershon
Disability Rights California

Michael Levinson
Paratransit Coordinating Council

Benjamin McMullan
Center for Independence

Fred Nisen
Disability Rights California

Wilhelmina Riley
Paratransit Coordinating Council

Language Accessibility Advisory Committee

The San Mateo County Chief Elections Officer established the Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (LAAC) to advise and assist the Chief Elections Officer on matters relating to language accessibility to the electoral process by voters with limited English proficiency. It is the mission of the LAAC to assist the Chief Elections Officer to enhance language accessibility opportunities and compliance with all federal, state and local laws.

Member Roster 2017 – 2018

Rosa Uriarte, Chairperson 
International Institute of the Bay Area

Wesley Taoka, Vice Chairperson
San Mateo Japanese-American Community Center

June Chen
Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA), Peninsula Chapter

Kelly Chew
Self-Help for the Elderly

Julio Garcia
Community Advocate

Mukta Vadera
Community Advocate

City Election Officials

 

Atherton
Ms Theresa DellaSanta
91 Ashfield Road,
Atherton, CA 94027
650.752.0529 P
tdellastanta@ci.atherton.ca.us

Belmont
Hon. Terri Cook
1 Twin Pines Lane, Suite 375,
Belmont, CA 94002
650.595.7413 P
tcook@belmont.gov

Brisbane
Ms. Ingrid Padilla
50 Park Place,
Brisbane, CA 94005
415.508.2113
cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us

Burlingame
Ms. Meaghan Hassel-Shearer
501 Primrose Road
Burlingame, CA  94010
650.558.7203 P
mhasselshearer@burlingame.org

Colma
Ms. Caitlin Corley 
1198 El Camino Real
Colma, CA 94014
650.997.8311 P
caitlin.corley@colma.ca.gov

Daly City
Hon. Annette Hipona
333 90th Street
Daly City, CA 94015
650.991.8078 P
ahipona@dalycity.org

East Palo Alto
Ms. Maria Buell, Deputy
2415 University Avenue
East Palo Alto, CA 94303
650.853.3127 P
mbuell@cityofepa.org

Foster City
Ms. Doris Palmer
610 Foster City Boulevard
Foster City, CA 94404
650.286.3250 P
dpalmer@fostercity.org

Half Moon Bay
Ms. Jessica Blair
501 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
650.726.8271 P
jblair@hmbcity.com

Hillsborough
Ms. Miyuki Yokoyama
1600 Floribunda Avenue
Hillsborough, CA 94010
650.375.7412 P
myokoyama@hillsborough.net

Menlo Park
Mr. Clay J. Curtin, Interim
701 Laurel Street
Menlo Park, CA 94025
650.330.6615 P
cjcurtin@menlopark.org

Millbrae
Ms. Angela Louis
621 Magnolia Avenue
Millbrae, CA 94030
650.259.2333 P
alouis@ci.millbrae.ca.us

Pacifica
Ms. Kathy O’Connell
170 Santa Maria Avenue
Pacifica, CA 94044
650.738.7307P
o’connellk@ci.pacifica.ca.us

Portola Valley
Ms. Sharon Hanlon
765 Portola Road
Portola Valley, CA 94028
650.851.1700 P
shanlon@portolavalley.net

Redwood City
Ms. Pam Aguilar
1017 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 94063
650.780.7220 P
paguilar@redwoodcity.org

San Bruno
Hon. Carol Bonner 
567 El Camino Real
San Bruno, CA 94066
650.616.7058 P
cbonner@sanbruno.ca.gov

San Carlos
Ms. Crystal Mui
600 Elm Street
San Carlos, CA 94070
650.802.4219 P
cmui@cityofsancarlos.org

San Mateo
Ms. Patrice Olds
330 West 20th Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
650.522.7042 P
polds@cityofsanmateo.org

South San Francisco
Hon. Krista Martinelli
400 Grand Avenue
P.O. Box 711
South San Francisco, CA 94083
650.877.8518 P
krista.martinelli@ssf.net

Woodside
Ms. Dora Wong
2955 Woodside Road
P.O. Box 620005
Woodside, CA 94062
650.851.6790 P
dwong@woodsidetown.org

 

Community Partners

 

Supervisorial District 1

Boys & Girls Clubs North San Mateo County
201 Park Rd
South San Francisco
Burlingame Long Term Care
1100 Trousdale Drive
Burlingame
CALL Primrose
139 Ford St
Burlingame
Chadbourne Adult Activity Center
450 Chadbourne Avenue
​Millbrae
City of San Mateo Senior Center
2645 Alameda de las Pulgas
​San Mateo
Community Learning Center
520 Tamarack Lane
​South San Francisco
El Concilio of San Mateo County
1419 Burlingame Ave
​Burlingame
Friends of the Millbrae Public Library
1 Father Junipero Serra Trl
​Millbrae
Global Solutions for Infectious Diseases
830 Bancroft Way, Ste 101
South San Francisco
Hillsborough Beautification Foundation
1600 E Truxtun Ave
Hillsborough
Hillsborough Schools Foundation
300 3Rd St., #919
​Hillsborough
Magnolia Senior Center
601 Grand Avenue
​South San Francisco
Millbrae Senior Center
477 Lincoln Circle
​Millbrae
Millbrae Skilled Care
33 Mateo Avenue
​Millbrae
Palcare
945 California Dr
​Burlingame
PARCA
800 Airport Blvd, Ste 320
Burlingame
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
1450 Rollins Rd
​Burlingame
Peninsula Post-Acute
1609 Trousdale Drive
​Burlingame
Pied Piper Players
PO Box 1996
​Burlingame
San Bruno Community Foundation
901 Sneath Lane, Suite 209
​San Bruno
San Bruno Senior Center
1555 Crystal Springs Road
​San Bruno
San Bruno Skilled Nursing Hospital
891 El Camino Real
​San Bruno
South San Francisco Community Learning Center
520 Tamarack Lane
​South San Francisco
Training for Safety, Inc.
801 Magnolia Ave
​Burlingame

Supervisorial District 2

American Association of University Women (AAUW)
P.O. Box 1465
​San Mateo
Bay Area Montessori Association
1876 E. Fitzgerald Road
​San Mateo
Belmont Vista Convalescent
1041 Hill Street
​Belmont
Belmont-Redwood Shores School District
2960 Hallmark Drive
​Belmont
Brookside Skilled Nursing Hospital
2620 Flores Street
​San Mateo
Carlmont Gardens Nursing Center
2140 Carlmont Drive
​Belmont
Center for Independence
​2001 Winward Way, Suite 103
San Mateo
College of San Mateo
1700 W Hillsdale Boulevard
​San Mateo
College of San Mateo Disability Resource Center (DRC)
1700 W. Hillsdale Boulevard College Center Building 10 Room 110
​San Mateo
CORA (Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse)
2211 Palm Avenue
​San Mateo
Family Housing and Adult Resources
20 East 20th Ave
​San Mateo
Foster City Parks and Recreation Department: Senior Wing
650 Shell Boulevard
​Foster City
Friends of the Mandarin Scholars in the SMFCSD|
715 Hearst Avenue, Ste 200
​San Mateo
Homework Central
Po Box 6687
​San Mateo
Human Investment Project, Inc. (HIP)
3639 Midway Dr # 376
​San Mateo
Israel Peace Initiative
13505 Union Road
​San Mateo
JACL: San Mateo Japanese American Community Center
415 S Claremont Street
​San Mateo
LWV North and Central San Mateo County
444 Peninsula Avenue
​San Mateo
Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club, Inc.
200 Mcallister Street
​San Mateo
Mills-Peninsula Extended Care
100 S San Mateo Drive
​San Mateo
NAACP San Mateo Branch #1068
P.O. Box 5280
​San Mateo
NAMI San Mateo County
165 Preda St Apt 39
​San Mateo
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
825 Monte Diablo Avenue
​San Mateo
Nazareth Vista
900 6th Avenue
​Belmont
Newcomers’ Club of San Mateo County
167 Flying Mist Isle
​Foster City
Organization of Chinese Americans
P.O. Box 218
San Mateo
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center
1660 South Amphlett Blvd
​San Mateo
Peninsula Family Service
24 2nd Ave
​San Mateo
Peninsula Jewish Community Center
800 Foster City Boulevard
​Foster City
People Power Belmont
michelle@michellemyhre.com
​Belmont
Samaritan House
4031 Pacific Blvd
​San Mateo
San Francisco Achievers
7471 Monterey Street
​San Bruno
San Francisco Bay Area Autism
PO Box 249
​San Mateo
San Mateo Adult School
789 East Poplar Avenue
​San Mateo
San Mateo Buddhist Temple
2 S Claremont Street
​San Mateo
San Mateo County Health Foundation
222 Ridgewood Dr
​San Mateo
San Mateo County Health System Aging and Adult Services
225 37th Avenue
​San Mateo
San Mateo County Union Community Alliance
1151 Sutter St., #1
​Foster City
San Mateo Garden Center
605 15Th St Ste B
​San Mateo
San Mateo High School Foundation
2037 W Bullard Ave., Pmb 306
​San Mateo
San Mateo Medical Center
222 W 39th Avenue
​San Mateo
Self-Help for the Elderly
50 E 5th Avenue
​San Mateo
Shopping for a Change
801 K St, Ste 1236
​San Mateo
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
1300 South El Camino Real Suite 100
​San Mateo
Twin Pines Senior Center
20 Twin Pines Lane
​Belmont
Zawaya
​3105 Sierra Oaks Dr
San Mateo
   

Supervisorial District 3

AbleCloset
100 Ericson Ct, Ste 100A
​San Carlos
Cabrillo Education Foundation
Po Box 354
​Half Moon Bay
Coastside Adult Day Health Center
6445 Camden Ave.
​Half Moon Bay
Coastside Child Development Center*
Po Box 84
​Half Moon Bay
Coastside Hope & Moonridge Learning Center
P.O. Box 1089
​El Granada
Concentric Media, Inc.
PO Box 1414
​Menlo Park
Critical Reach
207 W 74Th St
​Half Moon Bay
Djerassi Resident Artists Program
2325 3Rd Street, Ste #323
​Woodside
Fair Oaks Beautification Association
PO Box 4001
​Menlo Park
Healthy Cities Tutoring
PO Box 653
San Carlos
Holbrook-Palmer Recreation Park Foundation*
150 Spear St, Ste 500
​Atherton
Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior
430 E Tulare Ave.
​Portola Valley
La Costa Adult School
498 Kelly Avenue
Half Moon Bay
Land Dancers
2240 S Union Ave||
​La Honda
League of Women Voters- South SMC
713 Santa Cruz Aveune Suite 9
​Menlo Park
Linda Mar Care Center
751 San Pedro Terrace Road
​Pacifica
Music for Minors, Inc.
1100 Geneva Avenue
​San Carlos
National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy, Inc.*
880 Elyria Drive
​Woodside
Pacifica Library Foundation
1038 Howard St
​Pacifica
Pacifica Nursing and Rehab Center
385 Esplanade Street
​Pacifica
Pacifica Resource Center
1809 Palmetto Ave
​Pacifica
Pacifica School Volunteers
375 Reina Del Mar
​Pacifica
Pacifica Senior Services
540 Crespi Drive
​Pacifica
Pacificans Care
1141 Catalina Dr., #137
​Pacifica
Pacifica’s Environmental Family
Po Box 259
​Pacifica
Peninsula Outreach Program
299 W Foothill Blvd., #202
​Woodside
Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.
​800 Middle Avenue
Menlo Park
Pie Ranch
Po Box 363
Pescadero
Puente de la Costa Sur
PO Box 554
​Pescadero
Puente/La Honda Office
8865 La Honda Road Suite 4
La Honda
Puente/Pescadero Office
620 North Street
Pescadero

San Carlos Adult Community Center
601 Chestnut Street
San Carlos

San Carlos Educational Foundation
Po Box 1214
​San Carlos
San Carlos Together
PO Box 74
​San Carlos
Sanchez Art Center
1220-B Linda Mar Blvd
​Pacifica
Second Harvest Food Bank
1051 Bing Street
​San Carlos
Senior Coastsiders: Senior Center
925 Main Street
​Half Moon Bay
Seton Coastside Long Term Care
600 Marine Boulevard
​Moss Beach
South Coast Childrens’ Services
Po Box 525
​Pescadero
StarVista
610 E California Ave.
​San Carlos
Terma Foundation
7985 Santa Monica Blvd, # 123
Half Moon Bay
The Sequoias
501 Portola Road
​Portola Valley
Vida Verde Nature Education
354 South Harvard Blvd. Taras Hall
​San Gregorio
Villages of San Mateo County
P.O. Box 813
​San Carlos
 

Supervisorial District 4

ABS-CBN Foundation
150 Mcgivern Way
​Redwood City

Art in Action
3921 Loch Lomond Dr
Menlo Park

Atherton Regency
1275 Crane Street
​Menlo Park
Canada College Disability Resource Center
4200 Farm Hill Blvd Bldg 5 Rm 133
​Redwood City

Center for Excellence in Nonprofits
330 Twin Dolphin Dr, Ste 151
Redwood City

Child and Family Institute
330 Ravenswood Ave
​Menlo Park
Child Care Coordinating Council
330 Twin Dolphin Drive Suite 119
​Redwood City
Commission on the Status Women
455 County Center 5th Floor
​Redwood City
Devonshire Oaks Nursing Center
3635 Jefferson Avenue
​Redwood City
Diving for a Cause
3034 McGarvey Ave
Redwood City
East Palo Alto Community Alliance and Neighborhood
2362 Bancroft Way
​East Palo Alto
East Palo Alto Senior Center
560 Bell Street
​East Palo Alto
Fair Oaks Community Center
2600 Middlefield Road
​Redwood City
Geohazards International
687 Bay Rd
​Menlo Park
Green Salt
1734 W Shaw Ave
​East Palo Alto
Herban Health
1765 E Bayshore Rd Unit 205
East Palo Alto
International Institute of the Bay
2600 Middlefield Road
​Redwood City

JobTrain
1200 O’Brien Dr
Menlo Park

Kainos Home and Training Center
363 Indianola Rd
Redwood City
Latino Leadership Council
2919 Menalto Avenue
​Menlo Park
Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
330 Twin Dolphin Dr Ste 123
​Redwood City
LWV South San Mateo County
PO Box 2244
​Menlo Park
Menlo Park Library Foundation
800 Airport Blvd, Ste 320
​Menlo Park

Menlo Park Senior Center
100 Terminal Avenue
Menlo Park

Mental Health Association of San Mateo County
2686 Spring St
​Redwood City
My New Red Shoes
330 A St, #51
​Redwood City
Nuestra Casa
1798 Bay Road
​East Palo Alto
One East Palo Alto Neighborhood Improvement Initiative
17937 Valladares Dr
​East Palo Alto
One New Heartbeat
10100 Trinity Pkwy, Ste 310
​Redwood City
Peninsula Family Service
2600 Middlefield Road
​Redwood City
Redwood City Veterens Memorial Senior Center
1455 Madison Avenue
​Redwood City
San Mateo County Service League
725 Cedar Street, #11
​Redwood City
Sequoia Adult School
3247 Middlefield Road
​Menlo Park
Sequoia High School Alumni Association
​PO Box 2534
Redwood City
Service League of San Mateo County
727 Middlefield Rd
​Redwood CitY
SparkPoint at Canada College
4200 Farm Hill Blvd Bldg 9 Rm 132
​Redwood City
SV Links
116 No. I Street
Menlo Park
The Golden Gate Blues Society
PO Box 2591
​Redwood City
Volunteers for Outdoor California
2744 Sand Hill Rd
​Redwood City
Wings Learning Center
1201 Civic Center Blvd
Redwood City
Worldwide AIDS Coalition
8566 Fallbrook Circle Unit 704B
​Redwood City
 
Supervisorial District 5
Jefferson Adult Division
699 Serramonte Boulevard
​Daly City
South San Francisco Adult School
825 Southwood Drive
​South San Francisco
Kindred at Home
355 Gellert Boulevard Suite 110
​Daly City
Seton Medical Center: Skilled Nursing Facility
1900 Sullivan Avenue
​Daly City
St. Francis Convalescent Pavilion
99 Escuela Drive
​Daly City
St. Francis Heights Convalescent Hospital
35 Escuela Road
​Daly City
Daly City Youth Health Center
2780 Junipero Serra Boulevard
​Daly City
Daly City Partnership
725 Price Street
​Daly City
Lincoln Park Community Center
901 Brunswick Street
Daly City
Skyline College EOPS & CARE
3300 College Drive Building 2, Second Floor
San Bruno
SparkPoint at Skyline College
3300 College Drive Building 1, Floor 2
​San Bruno
Doelger Senior Center
101 Lake Merced Boulevard
​Daly City
Brisbane Village Helping Hands
PO Box 734
Brisbane
Daly City Community Service Center
350 – 90th St
​Daly City
Daly City Peninsula Partnership Collaborative
111 Errett Circle
​Daly City
Daly City Public Library Associates
PO Box 3283
Daly City
Jericho Project
51 Daniels Ave
​Brisbane
MAC’s Children and Family Services
PO Box 297
​Daly City
Migrante – San Mateo
No physical address
​Daly City

North Peninsula Food Pantry & Dining Center
PO Box 280
Daly City

The Arc of San Francisco
6644 Mission Street Ste A
Daly City

     

Out of County

APAPA Peninsula Chapter
4000 Truxel Road Suite 3
​Sacramento
Asian Law Caucus
55 Columbus Avenue
​San Francisco
Filipino American Democratic Caucus
1557 Larkwood Court
​Milpitas
The Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired
1155 Market Street
​San Francisco
The San Francisco Independent Living Resource Center
825 Howard Street
​San Francisco
The Santa Clara Valley Blind Center
101 North Bascom Avenue
​San Jose
The Vista Center for the Blind
3200 Hillview Avenue Suite 120
​Palo Alto
Goodwill SF/SMC/Marin Corporate Offices
1500 Mission Street
​San Francisco
Senior Center Without Walls
881 Turk Street
​San Francisco
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
330 Distel Circle
​Los Altos
Filipino Community Center
4681 Mission Street
​San Francisco
ACLU Mid-Peninsula Chapter
39 Drumm Street
​San Francisco
ACLU North Penininsula Chapter
39 Drumm Street
​San Francisco
Recovery Survival Network
Po Box 281344
​San Francisco
State Council on Developmental Disabilities
1515 Clay St., Suite 300
​Oakland
Working Partnerships USA
2102 Almaden Rd Suite 112
​San Jose

4 Elements Earth Education, Inc.
PO Box 459
Grass Valley

4Paws
555 Canon Park Dr
​St. Helena
Disability Services and Legal Center
521 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa
In-Home Supportive Services
​1888 Senter Road
San Jose

California Council for the Blind
2143 Hurley Way Suite 250
Sacramento

California Council for the Blind|
1550 Bancroft Avenue #113
​San Leandro
   

Upcoming Community Events

Ongoing

U.S. Naturalization Ceremony

 

January 15, 2018

Martin Luther K Celebration, East Palo Alto


January 15, 2018           

San Mateo County Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


January 29, 2018           

Chinese New Year Celebration, Foster City


January 2018                  

Mayor’s State of the City Address, Various Cities


February 2018

Comic Arts Fest, County Libraries


February 10, 2018

Millbrae Lunar New Year Festival


April 2 – 4, 2018

50th Anniversary Commemoration of King’s Assassination, East Palo Alto


April 2018 

High School Voter Education Weeks


April 2018

Earth Day events


April 30, 2018

Fair Oaks Library: Kermes Festival


April 2018

HSA Belmont Veterans Outreach


May 06, 2018

Foster City Polynesian Festival


May 2018

Streets Alive! Parks Alive! Various Cities


May 13, 2018

6th Annual Reading Bonanza, East Palo Alto


May 2018

May Mental Health Awareness Month events


May 2018

San Carlos Airport Day

2015 – 2016 Winter/Spring Event Calendar Sample

 

Monday, January 19, 2015

MLK Celebration in East Palo Alto


Sunday, January 25, 2015

AACI Walk Together in East Palo Alto


Saturday, February 06, 2016

Humana & Military Football Event in CSM


Saturday, February 13, 2016

Black History Month Celebration in Daly City


Sunday, February 14, 2016

Chinese New Year Celebration in Foster City


Saturday, February 21, 2015

Midpeninsula African American History Month Celebration in East Palo Alto


Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Sunrise Senior Living Center in Burlingame


Saturday, February 28, 2015

Millbrae Lunar New Year Festival


Saturday, March 19, 2016

Youth Conference at CSM


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Burlingame Long Term Care


Wednesday, March 30, 2016

USCIS Naturalization Ceremony


Saturday, April 23, 2016

Sand Piper Community Center F.C.


Sunday, April 24, 2016

Fair Oaks Library: Kermes Festival


Friday, April 29, 2016

HSA Belmont Veterans Outreach


Sunday, May 01, 2016

East Palo Alto Apostolic Church


Saturday, May 02, 2015

Foster City Polynesian Festival


Saturday, May 02, 2015

Streets Alive! Parks Alive! in South City


Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Sequoia High School


Thursday, May 05, 2016

Oceania High School


Friday, May 06, 2016

Terra Nova High School


Friday, May 06, 2016

El Camino High School


Thursday, May 12, 2016

Canada College


Saturday, May 14, 2016

6th Annual Reading Bonanza


Sunday, May 15, 2016

St. Francis of Assisi Church


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Skyline College


Thursday, May 19, 2016

East Palo Alto Academy


Saturday, May 21, 2016

OYE 2016 Latino Youth Conference


Thursday, May 26, 2016

San Mateo County Hospital

Media Partners

Television

Univision
NBC Owned Television Stations
KTVU
Telemundo
CBS
ABC
KQED

 

Radio

Univision (KBRG & KSOL)
Telemundo
KCBS-AM
KQED-FM
KGO-AM
Cumulus Media (KNBR, KGO, KFOG, KSAN & KSJO)
Chinese Radio Sound of Hope
KHMB Coastside Radio 1710 AM
Sing Tao Radio

 

Newspapers/Magazines

San Mateo Daily Journal
Daily Post
East Palo Alto Today 
Embarcadero Publishing (The Almanac)
Daily News Group newspapers
SF Media Group (Examiner newspaper)
Fox Venues (Climate magazine)
Half Moon Bay Review 
Spectrum magazine
Philippines Today  
News for Chinese 
El Reportero 
World News
San Francisco Chronicle

 

Movie Theaters

NCM (Century Theatres)

 

Posters

Titan Outdoor – BART Stations

Maps

Public Transit Routes in San Mateo County

Areas with Low Vote by Mail Usage

San Mateo County Population

Language Minority Communities

Voters with Disabilties

Household Vehicle Ownership

Areas with Individuals Living in Poverty

Areas with Eligible Residents Who are not yet Registered to Vote