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The County of San Mateo has added a translation feature developed by Google Translate to assist web visitors in understanding information on this website in a variety of foreign languages. Please be aware that Google Translate, a free third party service which the County does not control, provides automated computer translations that may not give you an exact translation. The County cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate so translations should not be considered exact and only used as a rough guide. Anyone relying on information obtained from Google Translate does so at his or her own risk. The County disclaims and will not accept any liability for damages or losses of any kind caused by the use of the Google Translate feature.

Project Homekey

Project Homekey is a California program that gives money to local governments to buy and fix up properties like motels, hotels and apartments, turning them into lasting homes for homeless or at-risk individuals with the privacy and services they need. Launched by the Governor’s Office in June of 2020, to protect vulnerable people during COVID-19, the program collaborates with counties to acquire these properties and provide support. The funding comes from the state funds. San Mateo County initially received $33 million for this in October of 2020, with a tight two-month deadline to use the funds. The County’s leaders approved the buying of the first two hotels (TownePlace Suites Hotel and Pacific Inn Hotel) to offer immediate long-term housing and shelter, additionally, they matched federal funds to align with their commitment to end homelessness.

See the map below for further details on each site and how they are distributed across the County.

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