Where to get sandbags in S.F., Peninsula

San Francisco residents may get sandbags at the Department of Public Works yard at 2323 Cesar Chavez St., weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

San Mateo County officials are giving away sandbags at 25 locations. Call the local public works department: 

Atherton Public Works Department – (650) 752-0570

Belmont Public Works Department – (650) 595-7425

Brisbane Public Works Department – (415) 508-2130

Burlingame Public Works Department – (650) 558-7670

Colma Public Works Department – (650) 757-8888

Daly City Public Works Department – (650) 991-8064.

East Palo Alto Public Works Department – (650) 853-3105

Foster City Public Works Department – (650) 286-3270

Half Moon Bay Public Works Department – (650) 726-8260

Hillsborough Public Works Department – (650) 375-7444

Menlo Park Public Works Department – (650) 330.6780

Millbrae Public Works Department – (650) 259-2374

Pacifica Public Works Department – (650) 738-3760

Portola Valley Public Works Department – (650)851-1700

Redwood City Public Works Department – (650) 780-7464

San Bruno Public Works Department – (650) 616-7065

San Carlos Public Works Department – (650) 802-4140

San Mateo Public Works Department – (650) 522-7300

South San Francisco Public Works Department – (650) 877-8550

Woodside Public Works Department – (650) 851-6790

Unincorporated areas of San Mateo County

County residents in unincorporated areas may pick up sandbags free of charge at the following locations:

Grant Corporation Yard, 752 Chestnut, Redwood City – (650) 363-4103

Princeton Corporation Yard, 203 Cornell Ave. – (650) 728-7993

Pescadero Corporation Yard, 1000 Pescadero Rd. – (650) 879-0202

Pescadero High School, 350 Butano Cutoff Rd.

La Honda Corporation Yard, 59 Entrada Way – (650) 747-0341 

There is a limit of 15 bags; requests for additional bags will be considered on a case-by-case basis. When you are done with them, feel free to bring them back to the yard for disposal or simply empty the sand on you lawn and throw the bags away.

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