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Recently, there has been an abundance of incorrect information posted on various social media platforms regarding the role that the BHCIA board has taken in regards to the cross-country running events, which take place on the watershed behind Hallmark Park.  Our goal is to provide the Belmont Heights neighborhood a clear and correct understanding of the board’s position in this matter.

First, and foremost, we want to make it clear that the position of the board has always been, from the very beginning, to keep the running course open, not only to the runners, but for the entire community.  This has been the position of the board when it was first announced by the College of San Mateo that they intended to transition away from the management of this course, back in April of 2020.  This has remained the position of the board during its interactions with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the College of San Mateo, CCS Super League, the Peninsula Athletic League and the Belmont City Council.  This will continue to be our position going forward because we understand the importance of the use of this area for the various organizations that utilize the watershed for cross-country events, for the larger Belmont community and especially for the Belmont Heights neighborhood.  At no point has the board ever advocated or supported the closure of the course.

As there are traffic, parking and safety impacts to many neighbors, we have been and will continue to work with the various organizations who are involved in the operations of this course.  The intent is to find solutions that will respect the needs and interests of all parties. 

We will continue to update neighbors on a regular basis regarding these discussions.  As always, we welcome feedback and suggestions from all Belmont Heights residents.  If you would like to provide input on this, or any other matter, please contact us at

For historical use of the course click here.

For Cross Country Meets schedule click here.






Cross Country Course Usage Historic Data 1971 to 2019 (provided by sports volunteer)

2019 Cross Country Course Usage Data partial (provided by sports reps)

2018 & 2019 Cross Country Course Usage Data (provided by sports reps)


Note: BHCIA is not affiliated with the cross country course and has no input or control over their schedule.

The schedule is listed here for BHCIA member benefit.

Fri, Aug 30       3p       Serra Jamboree

Sat, Sep 7        10a      NDNU Argonaut Invitational
Wed, Sep 11    4p      CSUS MS Invitational
Thu, Sep 12     4p       SSIL #1
Mon, Sep 16    4p       SSIL #2
Thu, Sep 19     3:30p  PSAL #1
Tue, Sep 24      4p       WBAL MS
Wed, Sep 25    4p       SSIL #3
Mon, Sep 30    4p       Middle School Invitational

Wed, Oct 2      4p       SSIL #4
Mon, Oct 7      4p       SSIL #5
Tue, Oct 8        3:15p  SCVAL Preview Race
Wed, Oct 9      3:15p  Aragon Center Meet
Thu, Oct 10     3p        WBAL League #1
Sat, Oct 12      9a        Serra Invitational
Tue, Oct 15      4p       WBAL MS Championship
Wed, Oct 16    4p       SSIL #6
Thu, Oct 17     3:30p   PSAL #2
Wed, Oct 23    4p       SSIL Championship
Thu, Oct 24     3:30p   PSAL #3
Tue, Oct 29     2:30p   PAL #3
Wed, Oct 30    4p       ADAL Championship

Sat, Nov 2       10a      NIRCA Regional
Mon, Nov 4     3p       BVAL Championships
Tue, Nov 5       1:45p  SCVAL Championships
Wed, Nov 6     2p       WCAL Championships
Thu, Nov 7      12p      PSAL Championships
Fri, Nov 8         2p       WBAL League Championships
Sat, Nov 9       10s       PAL Championships
Mon, Nov 11               Rain out date for HS Championship Races
Sat, Nov 16     10a      Central Coast Section Championships

Andreas Wolf-AD CSM                            Karjari Burns CSM Coach

Bob Rush
116 Wycombe Ave, San Carlos, CA 94070-1843
Home/Office 650-595-3619
Mobile 415-730-8299

Cross Country Meets Schedule
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