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Farm Hill Neighborhood Meeting

May 7, 2021

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Redwood City-Public Works

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Terence Kyaw Director Public Works



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Redwood City City Council Meeting May 10, 2021

Consent Calander Item 6D

Proposal to allow City of Redwood City to transfer collection of sewer charges to the County. Sewer charges will be added to residents Property Tax.

All residential uses with one dwelling unit per parcel shall pay the following rates:

Effective July 1, 2020: Eighty-five dollars and forty-four cents ($85.44) per dwelling unit per month;

Effective July 1, 2021: Eighty-nine dollars and twenty-eight cents ($89.28) per dwelling unit, per month or one thousand and seventy-one dollars and thirty-six cents ($1,071.36) per dwelling unit, per year. The City Council shall decide, in its sole discretion, whether to impose the charges on a monthly or yearly basis. Should the City Council decide to impose the charges on a yearly basis, it may elect by resolution to have such charges collected on the tax roll in accordance with Health and Safety Code, section 5473, et seq.

Consent Item 6D Sewer STAFF_REPORT
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Sewer Charge Property Tax ORDINANCE
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May 7, 2021 City Council Meeting Agenda

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San Mateo County-May Mental Health Month #HopeForChange

Each year, San Mateo County joins our state and country in celebrating Mental Health Month (MHM)in May. MHM is one of the best times of the year to increase awareness and inspire action to reduce stigma against those with mental health and substance use conditions. Each year we partnered with local agencies and community members to promote events free and open to the public throughout the county. All events this year will be virtual. For more information, please go to

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