What restrictions are in place?

Currently, San Mateo County is aligned with the State of California, you can learn about the California's SMARTER Plan at www.covid19.ca.gov/smarter.

SMARTER stands for:

  • Shots – Vaccines are the most powerful weapon against hospitalization and serious illness.
  • Masks – Properly worn masks with good filtration help slow the spread of COVID-19 or other respiratory viruses.
  • Awareness – We will continue to stay aware of how COVID-19 is spreading, evolving variants, communicate clearly how people should protect themselves, and coordinate our state and local government response.   
  • Readiness – COVID-19 is not going away and we need to be ready with the tools, resources and supplies we will need to quickly respond and keep public health and the healthcare system well prepared.
  • Testing – Getting the right type of tests—PCR or antigen—to where they are needed most. Testing will help California minimize the spread of COVID-19.
  • Education – California will continue to work to keep schools open and children safely in classrooms for in-person instruction.
  • Rx – Evolving and improving treatments will become increasingly available and critical as a tool to save lives.

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1. Where can I get information about prevention measures?
2. Where can I find out what the San Mateo County Health Officer is advising?
3. What restrictions are in place?
4. Who should I call for non-emergency information related to COVID-19?
5. How long will this last?
6. Is the tap water safe to drink in San Bruno?
7. Is COVID-19 testing available?
8. Are city offices open?
9. What happens if I have an emergency and city offices are closed?
10. How can I pay my utility bill?
11. How can I pay my CityNet Services bill?
12. I have an active building/encroachment permit. How do I schedule an inspection?
13. How can I pull an encroachment permit with Public Works?
14. Where can I return my library books or other library materials?
15. Are there any San Bruno Library online services?
16. When will the Library's Homework Center reopen?
17. How do I know if school is back in session?
18. What can I do while I am home with my family?
19. I'm feeling overwhelmed by all this, who can I call?
20. Where can I go if I have additional questions?