Authorities have identified, contained and secured radioactive material inside an unoccupied San Carlos home Thursday evening, Assistant City Manager Tara Peterson said. As of shortly after 5 p.m., local authorities had completed their work at a home on the 1000 block of Cedar Street. Responders from the state will collect and dispose of the material Saturday. Peterson said, "there's no danger to the public." Overnight, San Mateo County sheriff's deputies will be at the home so no one goes inside. As a precaution, San Carlos officials closed Burton Park and the San Carlos Youth Center and sheriff's officials said neighboring residents were to be notified by authorities who will knock on doors. Authorities set up a command center at Burton Park to oversee the response. State and federal officials were standing by in case local resources needed help. Peterson said the man who lived in the home died earlier this year and his family members notified the city around noon Thursday about some containers that may contain radioactive material. Peterson confirmed Thursday evening that the material was radioactive. Burton Park reopened at around 5 p.m. and the San Carlos Youth Center will reopen Saturday.