Other Service and Resource COVID-19 Responses

SHOPPING HOURS FOR SENIORS

  • Oliver’s and Petaluma Market are reserving the first hour they are open every day, from 6-7 a.m., for seniors and individuals with suppressed immunity systems. So is Whole Foods, which offers a window from 8-9 a.m.
  • Safeway and Lucky designated 6-9 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday for those same groups, as well as pregnant women. Target in Santa Rosa and Petaluma are reserving the first hour on Wednesdays, 8-9 a.m., for at-risk shoppers.

 

TRANSIT

  • Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) is reducing services in response to changes in ridership demand. Learn more on the SMART website.

NEED HELP WITH MEALS?

  • Petaluma City Schools (PCS) will start a free meal program on March 23. This program is for students and their siblings of PCS, Two Rock School, and Wilson School. More info here.

 

ISSUES WITH PRICE GOUGING

  • California’s price gouging law prevents business from wrongfully profiteering on essential goods, supplies and services during an emergency. If you are the victim of price gouging due to the coronavirus, or if you have information regarding potential price gouging, you can file a complaint through the Sonoma County’s District Attorney’s office or by calling (707) 565-5317. 
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