County Provides Mental Health Counselors, Other Resources to Support Coastal Residents

Redwood City — As we collectively mourn the loss of life in Half Moon Bay, the County of San Mateo is providing mental health counselors and other support to the community. The Crisis Response Team (CRT) from Behavioral Health and Recovery Services has been meeting with families in the reunification center and other locations in Half Moon Bay.

Statements on Today's Shooting from Board President Dave Pine and District 3 Supervisor Ray Mueller

Statement from Supervisor Dave Pine, president of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, on behalf of the Board:

CANCELLED: Tuesday’s Storm-Related Resources Event is Cancelled

This event is cancelled until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.  

County Asks Residents to Help Determine Storm Damage to Private Property in Unincorporated Areas

Spanish Version Below Redwood City – The County Department of Emergency Management is asking for the public’s help in estimating the damage caused by recent storms in the unincorporated areas.

Storm Updates: Stay Safe, Where to Find News and Information

Redwood City – As latest storm leaves the Bay Area under a flood watch through this aftern

Emergency Medical Services and the Highway 92 Closure

With a section of Highway 92 closed to public traffic, Coastside residents may be wondering if the response to 9-1-1 medical calls is affected. In preparation for the winter storm, San Mateo County Health’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) division pre-positioned assets and implemented existing contingency plans to prepare for potential storm-related impacts.

Bay Area Storms: What You Need to Know Today

Redwood City – The Bay Area will be hit today by what the National Weather Service predicts will be “heavy to excessive rainfall,” the first in a series of winter storms that will stress the capacity of public agencies across the region. The County is providing information on key resources and ways to prepare as the National Weather Service warns, “The storm is coming!”

County of San Mateo Activates Emergency Operations Center, Declares Local State of Emergency Due to Ongoing Storms

Redwood City — The recent heavy rains with the promise of more on the way prompted the County of San Mateo today to declare a local state of emergency.  The County also activated its Emergency Operations Center to serve as the around-the-clock nerve center that coordinates resources and communication with local, regional and state agencies and response partners.