San Mateo County
Reopening Plan Overview
"The State of California has established a  Resilience Roadmap  with four stages: State Resilience Roadmap. The State determines, based on various public health criteria, when and how each county may reopen. On June 16, 2020, the State approved San Mateo County’s attestation, which allows  San Mateo County  to move with the State as it allows additional activities and businesses.

Accordingly, the  Health Officer of San Mateo County  issued a new Safer Community Order on June 17, 2020, that is effective at 12:01 am on June 18, 2020. The Order is here:  English Spanish Chinese Tagalog . The new Order supersedes and replaces the prior Shelter in Place Order and is in full alignment with the State’s Order as of the time it was issued. This Order is in effect until it is extended, rescinded, superseded or amended in writing by the Health Officer.

All businesses approved for re-opening by the State are permitted to reopen at this time, subject to all State requirements. If you have a question about what is open and what is allowed, you should begin by reviewing the State’s answers to Frequently Asked Questions, which can be found here:  State FAQ ."
Please visit  here  to read more of the San Mateo County Reopening plan.
COVID-19 Requirements & Resources:
Document Display Requirements for Businesses in San Mateo County
San Mateo County Health  has provided COVID-19 requirements and resources for businesses:
  • Frequently Asked Questions for Businesses (as of 6/26/20)
  • COVID-19 Exposure Guidance in the Workplace
  • Document Display Requirements for Businesses:
  • Self-Certification Placard 
  • Health Officer Order Appendix A: Social Distance Protocol
  • Health and Safety Signage
  • Health and Safety Plan
  • Industry-specific information (food safety, housing, land use and more)

To access San Mateo County Health's resources, please visit  here .
( Click  for more information with San Mateo County Reopening Plan)
Verizon Virtual Classes Contest: 
$5,000 to Deliver Two 30–60 Minute
Live Virtual Events
"Enter for the chance to receive $5,000 to deliver two 30–60 minute live virtual events.

Verizon  is calling on woman-owned small businesses to deliver virtual classes and events. If you have implemented a virtual model to deliver content in any of the following categories, we encourage you to apply.Categories:
  • Health & Wellness 
  • (nutrition tips, exercise class, mindfulness, other)
  • Food & Beverage 
  • (cooking classes, meal planning, other)
  • Retail & E-Commerce 
  • (dressing for virtual success, Fall trends, other)
  • Arts & Entertainment 
  • (paint at home class, other)
  • Beauty & Self Care 
  • (homemade masks or scrubs, tutorial to look your best on video, self-care routines, other)
  • Children & Education 
  • (parenting tips, virtual classes for kids – coding, arts and crafts, exercise, science, other)
If selected, you will receive $5,000 to deliver two 30–60 minute live virtual events, which will be recorded and distributed broadly to Verizon’s employee base. Expect up to 250 people per virtual event. You may offer the same content for both events or two unique courses.

Applications close on July 3, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. ET."
To apply for the Verizon Virtual Classes opportunity, please click  here .

 Stay Healthy. Stay Safe.
Rebecca Husted
2nd Vice President and CFO
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate,
J.F. Finnegan Realtors
Serving the Town of Colma and the City of Daly City
Connect. Succeed. Prosper.
July 1, 2020