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.

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. 11/28/2020 - San Mateo County rolls back to Purple, indoor dining closes, stay at home order applies

    The state of California is rolling back San Mateo County to the most restrictive coronavirus rules as public health officials urge residents to avoid travel and gathering. The state announced that, effective Sunday, November 29, San Mateo County will Read on...
  2. 11/16/2020 - State moves San Mateo County back to Red Tier of reopening as COVID-19 cases rise

    San Mateo County falls back to the more restrictive red Tier 2 effective Tuesday, November 17, 2020. This is in reference to the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan, which limits indoor dining as well as capacity and other limits are placed on businesses and Read on...
  3. 11/9/2020 - Health officers from 10 Bay Area counties issue recommendations for safer holidays

    Health officers from the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Mateo, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Sonoma, and the city of Berkeley issued joint recommendations for staying safe during the holidays. The recommendation Read on...
  4. 10/27/2020 - San Mateo County moves into State’s Orange Tier of reopening

    The State of California announced the easing of certain restrictions on businesses, indoor and outdoor gatherings and other activities in San Mateo County. The changes take effect at 12:01 a.m., Wednesday, October 28. With the risk from coronavirus now Read on...
  5. 10/19/2020 - County launches COVID-19 business compliance team

    On October 19, the County of San Mateo launched its new COVID-19 compliance team, an eight-person unit tasked with responding to reports of businesses not following local or state health orders related to the pandemic and coordinating with cities on Read on...
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