C/CAG COVID-19 Corner

During these unprecedented and challenging times, tremendous efforts and innovative solutions are being generated by jurisdictions and community partners throughout San Mateo County to help “smooth the curve” of infection and also build resiliency in response to the pandemic. C/CAG has created this resource page to share what individual agencies and groups are doing to address ongoing impacts on our communities. This is a one-stop hub for getting access to COVID-19 focused content from each entity via the hyperlinked entity names in the first column of the table. The table also provides individual highlights about what unique resources and COVID-19 information are available on each page.

 

COVID-19 Resources

Entity + COVID-19 Page Link Highlights
San Mateo County Health Provides up-to-date public health information for San Mateo County
21 Elements Provides a variety of resources, including safety protocols for inspections, sample notices for remote meetings/hearings, links to legislation and executive orders related to COVID-19, links to agency building/planning COVID information, continuity of operation plans, eviction moratoriums, and various electronic resources.
Commute.org Updates on shuttle schedules
Atherton
Belmont
Brisbane Note Regular Virtual Town Halls
Burlingame Note 5/4 Virtual Town Hall
Colma
Daly City
East Palo Alto
The City is providing a series of Zoom classes for the community; Live in Peace raised over a million dollars to help with rent for those who cannot afford to make payments; focused outreach with seniors in the community to ensure they are supported in case of an emergency.
Foster City
Helped 50 businesses through the Small Business Resilience Program; the City is also providing resources for joggers and cyclists to support shelter-in-place recreational opportunities through the “Safe Streets” program; donated to the schools education funds to support children’s needs in Foster City.
Half Moon Bay  “I Love the Coastal Trails” face masks to be distributed to residents and visitors.
Hillsborough
Menlo Park
Millbrae
Pacifica In addition to the resources available on the City’s main COVID-19 page, click here for a list of Recent Offerings in the City of Pacifica  to support community members.
Portola Valley
Note regular letters to Town residents from the Mayor.
Redwood City
Started “Slow Streets” program to slow traffic and to make streets amenable for walking and accommodating social distancing; the Redwood City Foundation has given over $350,000 to the rental assistance program; RWC Group Funds Students, Families Hardest Hit By COVID-19 Crisis;
San Bruno Started focused social media content around COVID-19 response and continues disseminating information throughout various channels.  Through the Community Foundation and Education Foundation, CityNet Services provides free and low-cost internet access for students. San Bruno City News Letter. Community Foundation website.
San Carlos Created Community Support website.
San Mateo City Considering some street closures to support downtown businesses and restaurants as they seek ways to remain open during shelter-in-place.
San Mateo County The County would like to share with you the San Mateo County Communitywide COVID-19 Long-term Strategic Plan (see attached document).  The Plan was developed following a series of workshops and interviews with local government and community leaders in April and May.

(PDF PLAN)

South San Francisco In addition to the resources available on the City’s primary COVID-19 webpage, see the link for additional Services Offered in SSF in Response to COVID-19
Woodside