- Information & Resources
- Virtual Classes and Events
- Indoor and Outdoor Activities
- Food Resources
- Senior Resources
CITY OF SAN PABLO CLOSURE ALERT
Due to the Local Emergency Declaration by the City Council, and Shelter-in-Place Order issued March 16, 2020 by Contra Costa Health Services, ALL City of San Pablo Activities, Programs and Services have been temporarily CANCELLED until further notice.
All City facilities are hereby CLOSED to the public, effectively immediately.
Find out more information about the COVID19.
CITY OF SAN PABLO COVID-19 HOTLINE- (510) 215-3232
The City of San Pablo COVID-19 Hotline is now available! The purpose of the San Pablo COVID‐19 (Novel Coronavirus) hotline is to respond to callers within City of San Pablo and provide information and resources available to local City of San Pablo residents related to COVID‐19. Find out more information about the hotline.
SCHOOL RESOURCE LINKS
Online Cooking Classes
Learn how to prepare fast, delicious and healthy meals on a budget with 3 FREE online cooking classes! Practice using recipe framework, cook healthy and affordable meals for your family from your own kitchen, and discuss ingredient substitutions and solutions. Visit www.SanPabloRec.com to register today.
Savoy's Sports Corner
We are excited to introduce Savoy’s Sports Corner! This series is designed to build basic basketball dribbling skills and improve confidence and love for the game of basketball.
CCTV Educational Programming
The Contra Costa Cable edTV channel is now offering daily educational programs for students and can be found on channels 99 (AT&T U-Verse) and 32 (Comcast). To view a schedule of programming, click here.
Activity Links for Youth
Fun Brain Activities- Math and Reading Videos and Games
Dad's Worksheets- Math Resources
Build a fort in your living room- Go old school, using the cushions, blankets and pillows to create a fort or use an indoor tent. If there is enough room, let the kids have a sleepover in it overnight.
Build a city of maze with blocks- Use blocks, boxes, legos and anything else you have on hand. Add trains, cars, people and animals.
Write Letters- Write letters to family and friends. Contact a nearby hospital, senior citizen home or other facility where visits are being restricted. Have your kids write letters and send pictures to brighten the residents’ day or to thank their local medical workers for all they are doing during this time.
Write a story or a comic book- Have your kids write a story about anything! There are great ways to "publish" it using word or other programs. They can even add pictures.
Put on a puppet show- The kids can create the show (giving you some quiet time) and then put on a performance afterwards. You can either make puppets or use stuffed animals, dolls or other toys. Get creative.
CalFresh Food Program
Click here for information on CalFresh
Click here to start an application.
Community Produce Program
Davis Park Parking lot (1667 Folsom Ave)
2nd & 4th Friday 12:00pm -1:00 pm
Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano
Food for children (Ages 4-6; ID, proof of residence, child age)
- WIC San Pablo, 501 Gateway Ave, San Pablo, Last Friday, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Groceries once a month (ID, proof of residence)
- Davis Park, 1651 Folsom Ave, San Pablo, 3rd Monday, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
- Montara Bay Community Center, 2250 Tara Hills Dr, San Pablo, 2nd Monday, 10:00 am-11:30 am
Fresh Approach-Mobile Farmers’ Market
San Pablo City Hall Parking Lot (13831 San Pablo Ave)
Friday’s 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.
New Mapping Tool Locates Free/Low-Cost Food Sites
Contra Costa County COVID-19 Food Distribution Map: https://cccgis.link/Food
Easily find food bank, school meal, senior center food distribution sites. As the economic toll of COVID-19 hits our communities hard, hunger is a growing concern. Fortunately, free and low-cost food providers are ramping up their service, and doing this in a way that maintains social distancing.
The tool, developed by Contra Costa County’s IT Department, incorporates data from the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano, school districts, senior centers, and other food organizations. It was developed in partnership with 211 Contra Costa, the Contra Costa Crisis Center.
School District Food Distribution
The West Contra Costa Unified School District will continue serving meals (breakfast, lunch and supper) over the summer at 21 meal pick-up locations for students 18 years or younger from 10:45 am to 1:15 pm at school locations and 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at community locations, Monday through Thursday. Friday meals can be picked up on Thursday.
WHEN: Tuesday and Thursday
TIME: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at 15 schools
WHO: FREE for WCCUSD students (breakfast and lunch); Snacks and supper to free children at 12 locations
Please click here to view a list of locations.
Senior Meal and Nutrition Programs
(in conjunction with Contra Costa County)
Weekly meals consisting of 7 frozen meals will be available for pick up on Tuesdays from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm at the San Pablo Senior Center (1943 Church Lane).
- Orders must be placed no later than 12:30 pm on Monday prior to pick up or delivery.
- To place an order for the weekly meals, call 510-215-3098.
- We are also offering FREE delivery of these meals on Fridays. See “Food Delivery” for more information.
- Meals will be delivered to the homes of senior participants on Fridays between 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.
- To ensure your safety as well as the safety of the driver, meals will be placed on your doorstep and not handed to you directly.
- For calcium, the meals will alternate between an assortment of flavored calcium-fortified beverage powders and a 1/2-gallon of milk.
- For grains, the meals will alternate one loaf of bread, oatmeal packets, and assorted crackers each week.
- To view the menu, please click here.
NOTE: Seniors new to the CC Café Lunch program will need to complete registration paperwork to receive meals. Call (510) 215-3098 for more information.
Senior Food Bank Program & Delivery (Brown Bag)
The San Pablo Senior Program WILL CONTINUE to host the Senior Food Bank Program (Brown Bag) at Davis Park Multipurpose Room (1667 Folsom Ave.) every first and third Friday of the month between 10:00am and 11:00am. We are offering FREE delivery of this service. See “Food Delivery” for more information.
NOTE: Seniors new to the Senior Food Bank Program will need to complete registration paperwork to receive meals. Call (510) 215-3098 for more information.
San Pablo Senior and Disabled Transportation program will provide FREE food delivery of the Senior Food Bank service the 1st & 3rd Friday of each month between 9:45 am and 11:45 am and Senior Nutrition Program meals every Friday between 11:00 am – 4:00 pm while the Shelter-in-Place order is in effect. Call (510) 215-3095 for more information, to register or to see if you qualify for these services.
NOTE: Seniors new to the any of our nutrition or paratransit programs will need to complete registration paperwork to receive services. Call (510) 215-3098 for more information.
Senior Food Bank
Davis Park Senior Center (1667 Folsom Ave)
1st and 3rd Fridays from 10:00am-11:00am. Drop off is available. For more information and to sign up, click here or call (510) 215-3090.
For questions, please contact Maria Garcia at (510) 215-3095.
City Paratransit Programs
(Medical Appointments, Grocery and Bank Trips Only)
The San Pablo Paratransit Program will remain in service for medical appointments and essential services only; no emergency medical transport is available. For questions, please contact Maria Garcia at (510) 215-3095.
Contra Costa Senior Legal Services (CCSLS)
CCSLS assists seniors with problems relating to housing, elder abuse, consumer protection, public benefits, advance health care directives, durable power of attorney, simple wills, clinics and more! To inquire for FREE services (pending eligibility), please contact CCSLS at (925) 609-7900 or email email@example.com or visit their website: https://www.ccsls.org/programs/legal-services/
Free Phone Peer Counseling sponsored by Contra Costa Health Services
Free confidential senior peer counseling on Tuesdays via phone from 1:00pm-3:00pm with Mary Nunez. The peer counselor assists seniors in coping with issues that are causing difficulty and can offer support and ideas about ways to manage more successfully. Problem areas can include anxiety, depression, fears, loneliness, family issues, or other concerns that can cause distress. Senior Peer Counseling is sponsored by Contra Costa Health Services. Please call (510) 367-9116 to inquire. Se habla Español!
Senior Assistance with daily tasks offered for Free
Love Apparent can help with items like laundry, bathing, housekeeping and more. They are currently offering their services for free.
For more information, please click the links below:
- Contra Costa County Information and Assistance and Disabled Helpline, for referrals and resources
- Call (925) 229-8434 during the hours of Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm
- Contra Costa Crisis Center, for referrals to all community resources
- Call 211
- Click here
- Text your zip code to 898-211
- Covia Well Connected
- A non-profit organization that stays well connect for the senior community creating an authentic sense of home during these times. Well Connected is a phone and online program offering activities, education, friendly conversation and an assortment of classes and support groups to older adults accessible from the comfort of home. For more information, please click here.