Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Menlo Park officials continue to monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and have taken action to reduce public health risks to our community, program participants, employees and facilities. We continue to coordinate with San Mateo County Health and other local agencies.

At this time, all city facilities are CLOSED.



Residents are urged to stay informed and follow the recommended prevention steps and directives from the San Mateo County Health Officer.
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  1. 5/29/2020 - Updated shelter-in-place order reopens in-store retail and places of worship

    San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow issued an updated shelter-in-place order outlining restrictions and conditions for retail stores to reopen and places of worship to provide in-person services. The revised order is effective at 12:01 a.m., Read on...
  2. 5/25/2020 – COVID-19 Weekly Recap

    • PG&E aims to reduce wildfire risks and hosts online webinars • Motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians share the responsibility of roadway safety • Low-cost internet access and services available to those in need Read on...
  3. 5/18/2020 - COVID-19 Weekly Recap

    • San Mateo County expands free COVID-19 testing sites • Plan ahead for Memorial Day: Recreational areas - what's open and what's not? • Water district offers safe water tips for reopening businesses Read on...
  4. 5/15/2020 - Amended shelter-in-place order allows additional businesses to reopen May 18

    San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow has amended the shelter-in-place health order allowing the reopening of additional businesses, effective at 12:01 a.m., Monday, May 18, 2020, and bringing the county into alignment with early Stage 2 of the Read on...
  5. 5/11/2020 - COVID-19 Weekly Recap

    • Bay Area health officers clarify and reaffirm local health order • New state program provides restaurant meals to older adults • Local programs provide childcare services to essential workers • Funding and equipment donations still needed Read on...
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