We recognize the County Health Officer’s recommendations could change over time, and we are working with our staff on a variety of contingencies should program cancellations or facility closures become necessary in the future. We have also increased our janitorial and cleaning efforts in publicly-accessed spaces at City facilities, have instructed anyone who is sick to remain home, and are encouraging staff who are able to work from home.
Our community’s health and well-being are our top priorities, and we will continue to provide updates as they become available. Visit www.cityofsanmateo.org/coronavirus for updates.
(List as of March 11, 2020)
We are cancelling all San Mateo Library public events and weekly storytimes through the month of March.
We are continuing to offer regular library services, literacy tutoring, our job center, passport services and will host the AARP Tax Help workshops.
Parks and Recreation:
All Parks and Recreation programs are currently continuing as scheduled and we are taking extra measures at our facilities based on recommendations from public health officials.
We are cancelling non-essential Parks and Recreation events including:
- March 13: Dance Fest
- March 13: Police Activities League Family Night at the King Center
- March 20: Volunteer Recognition Dinner at the Senior Center.
We are postponing the 52nd Anniversary Celebration of our relationship with the 101st Airborne originally scheduled for March 21.
We record, live-stream and broadcast our City Council, Planning Commission and Sustainability & Infrastructure Commission meetings.
You can always watch these meetings remotely on our Public Meeting Portal; our YouTube Channel, or local stations: Comcast/channel 27, Astound/channel 26, or AT&T/channel 99.
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