The city of Concord, CA, offers new programs and resources for residents during the shelter-in-place order! Check it out:
#ConcordEats is a list of Concord restaurants providing take-out and delivery services during the shelter-in-place order. The community is encouraged to share photos of take-out or delivered food and use #ConcordEats on social media to show their support. All patrons are asked to follow 6-foot social distancing guidelines while picking up take-out orders. The #concordeats restaurant list is updated regularly and available here: https://www.visitconcordca.com/concord-restaurants-togo-and-delivery-options/
Through April 7, Concord seniors 60+ and homebound with food insecurities are able to receive essential groceries and ready-to-heat meals delivered by The Senior Emergency Food & Helping Hand Program. A program championed by Concord Mayor Tim McGallian, seniors will be matched with volunteers for needs, including pick-ups at grocery, hardware and pet stores. Those wanting to take advantage of this service can sign up at www.neighborexpress.org or by calling 925-338-1441.
Daycare for First Responders
CocoKids will offer Concord’s first responders daycare for children currently out of school due to the Shelter in Place order. CocoKids is trusted organization for a wide range of free and low-cost programs and services, serving the needs of children, families, early educators, businesses and communities. Contact (925) 676-5442 for more information.
Top 10 Things To Do In Concord Right Now
Visit Concord is offering a weekly list of different fun things to do, all in compliance with Shelter in Place specifications. From how-to make your own tasty Cheese Zombies at home to a virtual tour of Mt. Diablo or a Spotify playlist of Concord Jazz favorites, there is something for everyone. A new list of 10 Things will be posted online each week!