The City of San Bruno and the San Bruno Community Foundation have assembled resources to help community members in need of assistance during the COVID-19 crisis.

This information is not intended to be a comprehensive list and will be updated as new information becomes available.

Residential Information

COVID-19 Public Call Center

Call 211 for non-emergency, non-medical questions; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

COVID-19 Testing

No-cost PCR COVID-19 testing is available through the County of San Mateo. Learn more about locations, dates and times.

COVID-19 Vaccinations

County health officials recommend getting vaccinated, as vaccination is the most important tool to reduce the spread of COVID-19.  Visit the My Turn website to find a local vaccination clinic or pharmacy.

  • Your primary care physician may also have more information too, so check back often.
  • Appointments are recommended but may not be required at some locations when getting your vaccination.  Please check ahead of arrival!
  1. Basic Needs
  2. Employment Assistance
  3. Eviction Assistance
  4. Neighbor to Neighbor Assistance
  5. Health (Mental & Physical) Services
  6. Child Care Support
  7. Transportation

San Mateo School County School Closure Meal Sites

Any child or family with children 18 and under may pick up meals for the children during COVID-19 school closures. Second Harvest Silicon Valley manages a list of school food locations in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Meals are also being provided at San Bruno Park School District schools.

Second Harvest of Silicon Valley (SHFB)

SHFB offers food at various locations throughout San Mateo County. Call 800-984-3663 for more information.

YMCA Community Resource Center

YMCA is the Core Service Agency for San Bruno, providing various services including referrals to homeless shelters, rent and utility assistance, and food programs. 

Apply for Emergency Financial Assistance (based on eligibility criteria and funding availability) to help pay for:

  • Housing assistance, such as deposits, rent or mortgage payments
  • Late utility bills or deposits
  • Transportation assistance
  • Other essential needs, such as medical expenses

It is recommended that you call the YMCA at 650-276-4101 before visiting in person.