Yes, that map is mostly consistent with what I stated. I was mistaken with the Portola Highlands of San Bruno - they appear to be okay - they are close, but not “on” the fault line. Only parts of the Westborough area in SSF overlaps with the fault line. I never considered Daly City when I was home shopping, so don’t know much about that area.
Most of the San Bruno hills (e.g. Crestmoor and Rollingwood) are not technically “on” the earthquake fault zone (i.e. the red shaded areas on the house geological hazard report). They might be close to the fault line, but most homes located on Burlingame & Millbrae hills, Hillsborough, and San Mateo highlands are also close to the fault line.
Other factors that I had also considered when I was looking to buy was liquefaction risk and flood zone on low-lying reclaimed lands (eg Foster City and Redwood Shores) as well as tsunami risk (eg Pacifica and Half Moon Bay).
In the end, there’s a risk to living pretty much anywhere, SF Bay Area or elsewhere. On the plus side, we don’t have to worry about hurricanes, tornadoes, or big snow storms.