Peninsula Second Tongan Ward 3601 Alameda de Las Pulgas, San Mateo, CA94403 The Peninsula Second Tongan Ward is a branch of the San Mateo Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day-Saints, also known as…More the Mormon Church. It offers Tongon-speaking LDS worship, bringing together the local Tongan community. Family focused, the church offers study groups for children. The chapel is part of the San Francisco East Tongan Stake.
Borg Redwood Fences 25 N Kingston St, San Mateo, CA94401 Borg Redwood Fences serves the greater peninsula from San Francisco to San Jose and are licensed in California. Borg has…More more than 18 years of experience and provides fencing, deck, retaining walls and other services to residential and commercial businesses; it is also bonded and insured and provides warranties on wood fences and gates. Contact Borg Redwood Fences for free consultation and estimates.
State Sen. Leland Yee District Office 400 S El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA94402 State Sen. Leland Yee and his staff serve Peninsula constituents from this downtown office tower across the street and…More one block north of Central Park. The staff of nine can help constituents navigate state bureaucracies and cut through red tape, among other issues. The office also offers internships for students. David Burruto is the district director. There is a second district office in San Francisco.
Coyote Point Marina 1900 Coyote Point Dr, San Mateo, CA94401 This public marina operated by San Mateo County is a great place to spend an afternoon even if you don't have a boat.…More The breakwater is a favorite of walkers, and has great views of San Francisco and Mount Diablo. It's surrounded by eucalyptus trees, jogging and bike trails and picnic areas and is also home to the members-only Coyote Point Yacht Club. The entrance is through the Coyote Park Recreation Area off Highway 101 at Peninsula Avenue, near the Belmont city line. Admission to the recreation area is $5 per car, with discounts for senior citizens.