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  1. COVID-19 Updates
  2. News & Announcements
  3. Upcoming City Events
  4. Public Meetings
  1. We Want You to Celebrate Fourth of July Safely

    COVID-19 remains a real threat to our community, so we encourage you to celebrate this patriotic holiday safely at home. All fireworks are illegal in San Mateo, they are dangerous and pose a serious fire risk. Restrictions are also in place at City parks. Read on...
  2. Parks & Recreation Amenities Reopening

    We’re happy to announce some additional Parks & Recreation amenities are reopening, including dog parks! Remember to wear face coverings when you can't maintain social distancing in public. We all need to do our part to curb the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
  3. Reopening San Mateo - New City & County Web Pages

    As San Mateo County begins to reopen, it's important for individuals and businesses to continue taking safety precautions to reduce the spread of COVID-19. A lot is changing under the new Health Order, so please make sure to stay informed. Read on...
  1. Health Order Updated to Allow for Many Businesses to Reopen

    The County Health Officer issued a new order that aligns with the State's expanded Phase 2 Reopening. Additional businesses allowed to reopen include dine-in restaurants, hair salons & gyms. Local face covering and social distancing requirements remain. Read on...
  2. Tenants Who Cannot Afford Rent Due to COVID-19 Are Protected from Eviction

    In response to hardships many in our community are facing due to the economic impacts of the pandemic and the Shelter in Place Order, moratoriums have been adopted to ban residential and commercial evictions if tenants cannot pay rent due to COVID-19. Additional Info...
  3. Let's Recreate from Home! Virtual Storytimes, Activities & More

    It’s a virtual world these days and although our doors are closed, we’re here for you virtually! We’re creating fresh content and sharing some of our favorite resources to keep you occupied while we stay home and help curb the spread of COVID-19. Read on...