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The Public Health Officers of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties, with the City of Berkeley, announced a legal order directing their respective residents to shelter at home beginning on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Out of an abundance of caution, the Town of Hillsborough has implemented modified operations and limited access to Town Hall for the public. Please click the link below for a summary of how to contact the Town while the order is in effect.
San Mateo County has been added to the State’s monitoring list due to an increase in the rate of COVID-19 cases in the County. County officials warn that it is unlikely that the County will be removed from the list after the three day monitoring period, meaning that additional shutdowns will take affect at 12:01am on August 1st.
Gov. Gavin Newsom today ordered a sweeping shutdown of indoor dining, movie theaters, family entertainment centers and additional indoor operations in all counties, including San Mateo County, amid a statewide spike on COVID-19 cases.
With the approval of San Mateo County’s variance request, County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow has issued a new order to align the County with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Resilience Roadmap. Businesses in San Mateo County will now follow the State’s schedule for reopening but must adhere to the local order’s COVID-19 safety measures and follow State guidance. Current Town services will remain at modified operations until further notice.
San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow issued a revised shelter in place order to allow, with restrictions and safety measures, places of worship to hold services and retail stores to allow customers inside. The order, which goes into effect on June 1, 2020, further aligns the County with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Resilience Roadmap.
A new health order will go into effect on May 18th and will bring San Mateo County into alignment with early Phase 2 of Governer Newsom’s Resiliency Roadmap. The new order continues to restrict most activity, travel and governmental and business functions to essential needs, outdoor activities and outdoor businesses but adds additional businesses and activities to the list of permitted functions. Some Town services will resume, such as sanitary sewer easement maintenance. Visit the Town services page for more details.
San Mateo County, along with all other Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley, has extended the shelter in place order to May 31, 2020 with some limited easing of restrictions.
San Mateo County, along with all other Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley, has extended the shelter in place order to May 3, 2020.