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. 4/6/2020 - COVID-19 Weekly Recap

    • April 10 property tax deadline extended to May 4, 2020 • Sign-up for SMC Alert emergency notifications • City closes Bedwell Bayfront Park in response to heavy crowds • Celebrating holidays and family traditions during COVID-19 Read on...
  2. 4/3/2020 - City closes Bedwell Bayfront Park in response to heavy crowds

    Since the countywide and statewide stay-at-home orders went into effect, the City of Menlo Park has taken increasingly aggressive steps to slow the spread of COVID-19. These measures include closing city buildings, adding extensive social distancing Read on...
  3. 4/1/2020 - Menlo Park moves to virtual permit center in response to COVID-19

    On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the City of Menlo Park declared a local emergency due to the COVID-19 outbreak and immediately took action to close public facilities and make operational adjustments. Starting April 2, the city will begin virtual operations Read on...
  4. 3/31/2020 - Health officers extend, update stay-at-home order with new restrictions through May 3

    On March 31, 2020, County of San Mateo Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow, along with along with 6 other Bay Area public health officers, extended the stay-at-home order through May 3, 2020, to preserve critical hospital capacity across the region. While the Read on...
  5. 3/30/2020 - COVID-19 Weekly Recap

    • Shelter-in-place order to be extended to May 1 • Board of Supervisors passes countywide eviction moratorium • Volunteers needed to support state and local organizations and nonprofits • District attorney warns residents and businesses of COVID-19 scams Read on...
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