News Flash Home
The original item was published from 3/13/2020 11:03:00 AM to 3/15/2020 8:46:59 AM.

News Flash

City Manager's Office

Posted on: March 4, 2020


Town of Atherton Logo


Posted: March 4, 2020

Updated: March 13, 2020 at 12:00 pm

City Manager, George Rodericks announced actions to further the City’s COVID-19 public safety response, implementing townwide service changes, and signing a proclamation of emergency. You can read the full news release here: Atherton City Manager COVID-19 Response 

The Town of Atherton wants to ensure our residents have access to resources and information related to COVID-19. We continue to monitor the latest information and coordinate efforts with the San Mateo County Health Officials as it relates to COVID-19 preparedness and prevention.

The San Mateo County Health Department is coordinating with the region, the state, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  The County has advised that the best resources available can be found at the CDC website, which has the most recent information about COVID-19:

The County Health Officer has posted messaging and information about COVID-19 and preparedness on the County Health website: The San Mateo County Emergency Medical Services Agency has encouraged all residents to visit this site for County Health updates. The Town will continue to coordinate with San Mateo County Health Department to provide updates on COVID-19 as it affects local areas and will share County news releases on the Town website. If there is urgent news, it will be sent as a special edition of Atherton Online or News Flash. We have included general COVID-19 information below and will provide links to information provided by the County.

Relevant News Updates: 

San Mateo County YouTube Links:

The County of San Mateo is working hard to protect and notify the public about how COVID-19 will affect our community and the Town continues to coordinate efforts with the County. Please see some information from San Mateo County Health on symptoms of COVID-19 and advice on when to seek medical attention.


George Rodericks, City Manager |

Steve McCulley, Chief of Police |

Anthony Suber, Deputy City Manager / City Clerk |

Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in City Manager's Office