From the Daily Journal we read that
The county will start looking for qualified builders to construct a new $20 million animal shelter on Airport Boulevard to replace its antiquated facility at Coyote Point. The project at 12 Airport Blvd. is expected to be completed in October 2017, according to Porter’s report.
San Mateo County contracts with the Peninsula Humane Society for its animal control and sheltering services. Animals are processed at the current location at Airport Boulevard and, if or when deemed ready for adoption, moved to the Tom Lantos Center for Compassion, the donor-funded facility that opened in 2011 on Burlingame’s Rollins Road.
Here is the Rollins Rd. facility if you haven't had a chance to go by and see the adoptable pets.