The San Mateo County Sheriff's Homeland Security Division works daily around the clock by air, land and sea to prepare and protect our residents from a range of threats. These threats include terrorism, natural disasters, hazardous materials, global disease outbreaks and other emergencies. These operations are carried out 24/7 through the Area Office of Emergency Services and the Emergency Services Bureau.

The coming winter may bring significant storms to our area.  In preperation for the posibilities of severe weather and flooding a brochure has been prepared with winter weather tips.  Coastside Winter Weather Flier    

Here is a list of locations where sand or sandbags are available. Master Sandbag Location List

Download San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Homeland Security Division 2013 Annual Report click here.

Upcoming Events

15
Dec
Emergency Managers Association Meeting

The monthly meeting of Emergency Managers from all of the Cities and Towns in San Mateo County.

Held at the Belmont City EOC, 1 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont California

12
Jan
January ESC Administrative Committee Meeting

Representatives set the agenda for the January 19 Emergency Services Council Meeting

19
Jan
January Emergency Services Council Meeting

Representatives from the Cities and Towns comprising the OES JPA have their quarterly meeting

26
Jan
Emergency Managers Association Meeting

The monthly meeting of Emergency Managers from all of the Cities and Towns in San Mateo County.

Held at the Belmont City EOC, 1 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont California

23
Feb
Emergency Managers Association Meeting

The monthly meeting of Emergency Managers from all of the Cities and Towns in San Mateo County.

Held at the Belmont City EOC, 1 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont California