COVID-19 Information & Resources

These are uncertain times, to say the least, and we must all turn to each other now and support our neighbors, friends, co-workers, and families. Seven counties in the Bay Area have issued a "shelter in place" order that is still in place. Residents are required to stay at home except for essential needs, wear a mask when out in public, and practice social distancing.

All Town facilities are closed indefinitely to the public, but you may request an appointment by phone for certain departments. For a non-emergency Police matter you may call 650-997-8321. To reach Town Hall, call 650-997-8300. To request an appointment with the Building, Engineering, Planning and Public Works Department, please visit our appointment scheduler or call 650-757-8888. All Recreation classes, programs and facility rentals have been canceled, if you have questions please call the Community Center at 650-985-5678.

During this difficult and stressful time, the Town of Colma wants to reiterate that we are actively communicating with San Mateo County to ensure we are following the shelter in place order. Below are some resources from the county and general information on the steps the Town has taken to address COVID-19.

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Vaccine - Frequently Asked Questions

Open Businesses in Colma

Governor's Safer Economy

County Resources

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san mateo county health logo  

SAMCEDA logo If you are a business looking for assistance and guidance please go San Mateo County Economic Development Association's page with resourceful links or call 650-413-5600.
samtrans logo SamTrans' response to COVID-19.
caltrain logo Caltrain's response to COVID-19

 

Other Helpful Resources

second harvest logo Second Harvest Food Bank is working hard to provide the community with food.
logo PG&E's response to COVID-19.

 

edd logo California Employment Development Department information about filing for unemployment.
sba logo If your business is being affected by COVID-19, you may qualify for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan.  Emergency funding for small businesses is now available in California through the Small Business Administration. 
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