AT A GLANCE: Providing the key information to help you navigate the novel coronavirus pandemic in San Mateo County – Updated 11/11/21. Click on SOURCE for more information about each category.


Health & Emergencies


Vaccine Rollout

Click link for vaccination information.

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COVID-19 Testing Sites


Food Banks

Click link for information on county food distribution locations.

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Social Services

Click link for information about social services and community resources.

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Reopening


Schools

San Mateo County schools are following guidance from the California Department of Public Health, available here. Schools must post a safety plan to their website. All TK-12 students are required to mask indoors except those who are exempt.

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Libraries

San Mateo County Library branches open for curbside pickup (walk-up and appointment). In-library services (including computer and printing access, browsing and checking out items, and Wi-Fi access) resumed.

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Personal Care Services

No capacity limits. Masks required indoors.

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Parks

Most county parks and playgrounds are open. View county park advisories here. Most Mid-Peninsula trails are open. View trail conditions here.

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Religious Services

No capacity limits. Masks required indoors.

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Public Transportation

Face coverings required onboard and at stops. Check SamTrans, Caltrain and BART websites for updates.

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Government Services


Courts

Reduced service and limited hearings. The Clerks Offices in Redwood City and South San Francisco remain closed.

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City Buildings

Conduct business or access services online or by phone where possible. Vital services provided with reduced contact and social distancing.

Available online: paying property taxes,order vital records

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Evictions

Statewide eviction ban ended Sep. 30 for qualifying residential tenants who could not pay rent due to COVID-19 related hardship.

Rent relief application for eligible landlords and tenants available online.

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DMV

DMV offices are open and providing service to customers with appointments and others as time and space allow during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most DMV tasks can be taken care of without an office visit.

Visit https://dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv-online/ for information on online services.

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