COVID-19 Information

For public health guidance and general information related to COVID-19, contact the Alameda County Department of Public Health.

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The Piedmont Curative testing kiosk will close permanently on December 2, 2022. If you need a COVID-19 test, contact your health care provider or find testing locations at:



COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone 6 months and older.

Everyone 5 and older is now eligible to receive a “bivalent” COVID-19 booster. These updated boosters target both the Omicron variant and the original virus strain.

To find a vaccination clinic or make an appointment:



State and local masking mandates have ended for most spaces. Masks are still required in health care, long term care, and senior care settings.

Masks are not required inside Piedmont City Hall or at City of Piedmont facilities. Individual businesses, venue operators, or event hosts may still require masks inside their spaces.


Advisory Notice for Public Meetings

Currently, the City Council, Commission, and Committees meetings may be held both in person and/or virtually.

Members of the public, Councilmembers, Commissioners, and Committee Members have the ability to participate in meetings via teleconference and/or in person, depending on the COVID-19 situation on the date of the meeting, pursuant to the provisions of Government Code 54953.

Details for how to participate are listed at the top of the agenda for each meeting. To participate in the meeting by providing public comment, members of the public may use the ZOOM platform to make live, verbal public comments.

Requests for Accommodations

Any member of the public who needs accommodations should email the City Clerk at [email protected] or call (510) 420-3040 who will make their best efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to provide as much accessibility as possible while also maintaining public safety in accordance with the City procedure for resolving reasonable accommodation requests.