Food & Activity Resources

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DISCLAIMER. The Association does not endorse or recommend any of the services identified. The Association takes no position as to the suitability of any identified services, nor does the Association take a position as to alternative services not identified. The Association advises that professional advice as to these services should be sought where necessary. Accordingly, the Association is not liable for any claims, issues, or damages associated with the utilization of any of the services identified or negligence of any service providers.

Food Resources: 

Please keep in mind that stores offering times for seniors-only may not have the legal ability to prevent non-seniors from shopping during that period of time. 

Mei-Don Open 12 – 7:30 p.m. for take-out 

Noble Spoon – Home Delivered Meals   
To order meals for delivery, please contact (707) 525-0143.  

Oakmont Village Market707-539-2434 
$25 minimum delivery.  

Amazon Grocery – Whole Foods

Blue Apron – $100 off first 5 boxes ($20 each) 

Costco (Santa Rosa) 
Senior Hour: 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. on Tuesday & Thursday 

Daily Harvest – Vegan  

Gilded Grape – 707-287-1918 
Free soup delivery to Oakmont. 
Call for a menu. 
~ Chef Lee Ann Geneve 

Hello Fresh 

Home Chef Coupons available for $100 off first 4 boxes ($25 each) 

Imperfect Foods Friday evening/ afternoon delivery to our area 


Mosaic Foods – Vegan and Plant-based Meal Delivery. $15 off first box: Code FIRSTBOX automatically applied

Oliver’s – Senior/Immune-Compromised Shopping Hour: Wednesday 6am to 7am / Open every day 7 am to 10 pm 

Palooza’sTake out from 12:00 – 7:00 PM 

Raley’s – Offering Senior Only Hour and Curbside Pickup 

Ricky’s Eastbound – Take out available. 
Delivery to Oakmont Only. 

Safeway – Delivery, Pickup, Expect some delays 
Senior Only (3 hours) 6 a.m. – 9 a.m. on Tuesday – Thursday 

Salt & Stone – Take out available. 
Lowered prices. 35% off all bottled wine and beer. 

Tips Roadside – Christmas dinner orders available 

Trattoria Cattaneo 

Sonoma county Gazette Take Out Guide May 2020 

Zoomers To Boomers 

This is a program that has assembled a team of young people looking to help local communities and deliver groceries to neighborhoods of people who are elderly or immunocompromised. We have some flexibility with grocery stores at which we shop so please let us know and we will do the best we can. Please note that during the pandemic, it is possible that certain items will be out of stock. We will do the best we can for you. (click here for their website

Other Restaurants Offering Curbside Pickup and Delivery: 

Activity Resources: 

Redwood Empire Foodbank 

VOLUNTEER: Every month we rely on volunteers’ generous support, which would otherwise require the work of 45 full-time staff members. We have a variety of fun jobs to choose from. 

GET FOOD: Anyone in need of food can contact Food Connections at the Redwood Empire Food Bank. We can also help you find Produce Pantry & Groceries to Go sites in your neighborhood. 

DONATE: Help the Redwood Empire Food Bank stock our warehouse shelves and distribute food to our neighbors in need. Without your help, we could not do what we do. 

Sheltering Sing-Along 

Listen every day at 7 p.m. for a new sing-along song. Join us in a positive moment for everyone share. Turn up your radios and enjoy the moment. 

You can see what today’s song is by clicking here: 

Sonoma Clean Power Solar + Battery Storage Webinar 

Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems with battery backup can provide much needed resiliency in the face of natural disasters and power shutoffs. This class will cover the basics of solar combined with battery storage for homes, including how solar works, what value batteries can add, and basic costs and return on investment. This is a free event. However, registration is required. 

Sonoma County YMCA Virtual Hub 

Everything from LIVE virtual fitness classes, healthy recipes, and mental health resources are available at the Sonoma County YMCA’s Virtual Hub. Check it out here:

Sonoma County Library 

All Sonoma County Library locations are closed in compliance with the County of Sonoma Department of Health Services order to shelter in place and slow the spread of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus).  

While our branches are not open, our online library never closes. Sonoma County Library cardholders have access to our 24/7 digital library! Check out eBooks and eAudiobooks, movies, TV, and music on Hoopla, access the world’s largest digital newsstand with popular magazines through RBdigital, or browse the latest eAudiobook and eBook releases on OverDrive and the Libby app.  

You can also find a comprehensive list of our digital resources on our website.  

Umpqua Bank – Offering “essentials” delivery appointments 

 They are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Must call ahead for an appointment. 

  1. Call and set up an appointment with us (first come, first served) 707-538-9370 
  1. Call the merchant 
  1. Order your essential needs and pay for it  
  1. Let the merchant know that someone from Umpqua Bank will be picking it up on your behalf  
  1. Then on the day and time you have scheduled with us, we will go to that merchant, pick up your items and deliver them to your doorstep. 
  1. Note: We will also shop for you for up to 10 essential items to bridge the gap to your next grocery shop delivery/pick up 

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Post Office Alternative Locations: 

These search results will list some alternative locations near Oakmont:


Potential for Debris

Keep phones on and charged, flashlights nearby, and blankets handy. Potential for debris in areas near the Glass Fire scar. Please be sure to keep

Sonoma County Stay At Home Order

Sonoma County has announced a stay at home order which you may read here: This order does not prohibit outdoor activities and OVA’s outdoor facilities,