For information from the County of San Mateo about the virus, updates from our county health officer and shelter-in-place FAQs, visit the COVID-19 page on Burlingame’s website.
During the COVID-19 order to shelter in place, it’s good to know that many Burlingame businesses are still providing food, prescriptions and other supplies. The City of Burlingame lists retail businesses, services, restaurants, grocery stores and drug stores on its “Support Local Businesses” page here.
Have a question for the City of Burlingame? To connect with the city, visit this page, which includes a printable list of phone numbers for various city services.)
For restaurants throughout the (650) area code offering food for pickup or delivery, check out TheSixFifty.com (scroll down for San Mateo County).
The county’s Human Services Agency has created a one-page flyer (front and back) that lists resources for residents impacted by the COVID-19. It includes information on food banks, financial assistance and other public programs like Medi-Cal, CalFresh and CalWORKS. You can view it and download it here.
Peninsula Family Service has expanded its Older Adult Resource Line, which is aimed at connecting residents age 60 and older in San Mateo County with resources and services. It’s available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 650-780-7542.
If someone in your home has special needs, you can let the Burlingame Police Department know so that emergency personnel can respond appropriately. Police officers will receive an automatic message about this person’s special needs if they are called to you address. Click here to register someone’s special needs.
CORA (Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse) offers help for those experiencing domestic violence on its 24-hour hotline at 1-800-300-1080 or via email at email@example.com.
A reminder: Please call 9-1-1 only when there is a emergency. Suspected shelter-in-place violations and other issues can be reported on the Burlingame Police Department’s non-emergency line at 650-777-4100 during business hours. Non-medical COVID-19 questions are be directed to the county’s 2-1-1 number.