A continuación ofrecemos un resumen de los recursos disponibles para las personas que han sido impactadas económicamente por COVID-19, poniendo hincapié en aquellos recursos que pudieran ser de mayor utilidad para los inquilinos del Condado de San Mateo. Esta no es una lista completa y la disponibilidad de los recursos cambia con frecuencia. ¡Haremos lo posible por mantener esta lista al día! Para informes adicionales, favor de consultar también la página web del Condado de San Mateo dedicada a COVID-19.
The following is an overview of the resources available for those who are facing economic impacts from COVID-19, with a focus on those most relevant for renters in San Mateo County. This isn’t a complete list, and the availability of resources changes frequently. We’ll do our best to keep this updated! Please also check San Mateo County’s COVID-19 website for additional updates.
On March 24, 2020, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors unanimously enacted an emergency eviction moratorium to temporarily protect tenants from being displaced from their homes during the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. The emergency eviction moratorium protects eligible tenants against COVID-19 related nonpayment of rent and no-fault evictions. Please read these FAQs for more detailed information on the emergency eviction moratorium, who is protected, and how eligible tenants should make delayed payments in accordance with the law.
Can you do one last little thing to help the tenants of San Mateo County?
We would like to let all renters know that, in response to the tremendous impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, rental assistance has been made available for the months of March & April by the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County. You can apply for that assistance by calling and leaving a message at (650) 517 – 8939.
Likewise, you can reach out to your local Core Agencies for rental and other assistance at the following link:
We wish you all the best during these trying times.
This week, the reality of the worldwide health crisis is hitting home for all of us in San Mateo County. As faith leaders across many traditions, we share the fundamental truth that our values are built on the foundation of the interdependence of all human beings––a truth that is becoming clear right now in painful ways.