Is the tap water safe to drink in San Bruno?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a COVID-19 guidance for drinking water and wastewater for the public, reiterating that Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap. The COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies and based on current evidence, the risk of water supplies is low, according to the EPA.

View the fact sheet (PDF) from the State Water Resources Control Board.

The San Bruno Water Division is committed to providing our residents and customers with water that meets all state and federal drinking water standards. The Division will continue to deliver uninterrupted and reliable water service to all of our customers.

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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?
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11. How can I pay my CityNet Services bill?
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