We updated this page on Sunday July 5. Please note, we sometimes get conflicting information from store employees about their available services and accommodations for seniors. In addition, many local stores and business have made several changes to their hours and offerings during the past few months. And on top of that, their websites don’t always keep up with their latest changes. So for all these reasons we advise you to call the store or business to check with them if you wish to use their posted services.
If you have a tip or update for us, please let us know. Also tell us about your experience with any of the special senior services. We are updating information here as we receive it. You can use our simple Contact form to reach us — open the Contact form here.
* Wendy Weitzel of the Davis Enterprise has posted an impressively detailed list of Davis restaurants with hours of operation and services offered. Click here to view her list.
* Yolo County Libraries have posted Curbside pickup hours. For more information click here to access the Yolo County Library website.
E. Covell store: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 am till 8:00 am
Mace Blvd store: Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00 am till 8:00 am
Woodland store: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 am till 8:00 am
Davis Food Coop
The Coop has returned to their normal hours of 7:00 am till 10:00 pm. Senior-only hours are daily from 7:00 am until 9:00 am.
The Coop also offers online shopping with curbside pickup. Click here to learn more about this service on the Davis Food Coop website.
W. Covell store: Tuesdays and Thursdays and Sundays 7:00 am till 9:00 am
Cowell Blvd store: Tuesdays and Thursdays and Sundays 7 am till 9:00 am
Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8:00 am till 9:00 am.
Target also offers “Drive Up” shopping. Details are available on the Target website.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 am till 7:00 am.
Some Walmart stores offer grocery delivery and curbside pickup – please call Walmart for more information.
9:00 am till 10:00 am Mondays thru Fridays for members 60+ years and other vulnerable customers
More information available on Costco’s website.
Trader Joe’s has established a seniors (and other vulnerable persons) only shopping hour from 8-9 am daily.
TJ’s does not offer home delivery, but if you are uncomfortable going into the store, they will shop for you — drive to the store and call from the parking lot. An employee will come to your car, take your written list and debit/credit card, and shop for you. They process your payment and bring your items and receipt back out to your car. Very nice service.
We (Jacci and Jay) have had great experiences with TJ’s. If you do not want to go into the store, they ask that you drive to the store parking lot first, then call them. A worker comes out to your car, takes your written list, and shops for you. They process your payment and bring the items and the receipt out to you. Friendly, helpful folks and we appreciate the accommodations they’re making. Thank you TJ’s!
Grocery Outlet (8th St)
No designated senior shopping hours but employee told us that the least busy time to shop is between 8:00 am and 9:00 am.
Westlake Market (Lake Blvd)
Westlake Market now offers both home delivery and curbside pickup. Home delivery is $5. The good folks at Westlake Market also told us that their lightest times are between 7 and 11 am.
Save Mart (Anderson Rd)
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 am till 9 am
Produce markets (Ikeda, Yolo Fruit Stand and Pedrick Produce)
All three stores state they do not have senior-only hours but all recommend shopping in the first hour or so after store opening as these are the least crowded times)
Ikeda told us if you call ahead they will help you with curbside shopping 530-750-3379.
Raley’s and Bel Air (Woodland)
Raleys and Bel Air do not have designated senior shopping times. They were offering a pre-packaged bag of groceries that you can pick up curbside, but we were told today (7/5) by a store rep that they no longer offer any curbside service.
Bel Air 530-668-4422
Amazon Fresh (for Amazon Prime members)
We have been able to successfully place four orders so far with Amazon Fresh, with all the products as we ordered them and during the window of time we requested. Selections are limited but availability changes frequenly. Minimum order for free delivery is $35 and they recommend a $5 tip for the delivery person (we encourage tipping these folks who are on the “front lines.”
Home Delivery and shipping services
Various restaurants and grocery stores use delivery services like DoorDash, Instacart and Shipt. Phone numbers vary depending on your area. These services have apps that you can download to your smartphone to place orders. These services are experiencing high demand levels now, so check on delivery times and availability before ordering.
CVS and Rite-Aid
CVS rep tells us that the first hour of the morning is for senior shopping. CVS is not offering curbside pickup at this time, but they do offer delivery of pharmacy items. Because the reps we spoke with did not sound 100% certain about these accommodations we suggest you call your CVS store if you have questions.
CVS Marketplace: 530-757-1128
CVS Oak Tree Plaza: 530-753-4004
Rite-Aid has senior shopping hour from 9-10 am Monday through Friday. Rite-Aid also has a pharmacy drive-thru window.
Rite-Aid on Russell: 530-756-3393
Rite-Aid in South Davis: 530-753-9810
PDQ – If you need to ship a package, the good folks at PDQ in downtown Davis will come to the curb and take your package in, process it for mailing, and bring the receipt out to your car. They say downtown parking is good right now. Give them a call and they will help you out.
216 F Street
PDQ has resumed normal operating hours, M – F 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
According to Panera’s website, they offer pickup at your car or the cafe doors anddelivery for groups of five or less. Click here for the Panera website.
Pet Food Express in Davis offers same day delivery on orders over $30.
Pet Food Express: 530-297-7777
Yolo Food Bank – We added information about the Yolo Food Bank and Meals on Wheels in a separate post on the Community page.
Best Buy – In store shopping is now allowed, but many electronic devices are in very short supply Especially consumer products like printers, headsets and kitchen appliances.
Online shopping and curbside pickup services are still available.