County Manager's Office 400 County Ctr 1st Fl, Redwood City, CA94063 The County Manager's Office is a San Mateo County municipal government office that oversees an array of programs and…More services for the residents of the county. The County Manager, selected by the county's Board of Supervisors, manages the budget and financial planning as well as all of the county departments.
San Mateo County Offices Public Works Dept 555 County Ctr, Redwood City, CA94063 The Department of Public Works operates and maintains safe facilities and equipment for the entire county. The…More Department has a budget of approximately $200 million and comprises more than 300 employees in four divisions: Administrative Services and Airports, Engineering and Resource Protection, Facility Services, and Road Services. In addition to the county's general fund, San Mateo County receives state and federal funds for aviation and transportation, road maintenance, property maintenance to manage 46 districts managed by the Board of Supervisors.
San Mateo County Office of Education Fiscal and Operational Serv 101 Twin Dolphin Dr, Redwood City, CA94065 The San Mateo County Office of Education Fiscal and Operational Services Division is a government office that oversees…More and regulates the financial elements of the county's public school systems. It manages $500 million annually and performs accounting, budget and payroll operations. It also processes warrants and prepares appropriate documents, including W-2 forms and PERS, STRS and Social Security reports.
The clerk of the board provides the county's budget, information about special events and details about how tax…More dollars are spent and invested in the community to ensure complete transparency. </p>
<p>A five-member board of supervisors runs the county and is elected in a countywide vote. Supervisors are elected to staggered four-year terms with a maximum of three terms in office. They appoint the county manager, who carries out the board's policies and goals and oversees the running of county government.</p>
<p>In addition to the supervisors, voters elect six other San Mateo County officials. They are the assessor/county clerk/recorder, district attorney/public administrator, controller, coroner, sheriff and treasurer/tax collector.</p>