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Community Resources Available to Residents

Post Date:04/03/2020 11:39 AM

With state and county stay-at-home orders in place during this unprecedented time, the City of Rancho Cordova has created a resource guide for residents.

Check out the guide by visiting CityofRanchoCordova.org/Coronavirus and selecting Resources for Residents. Residents can find information about grocery stores, childcare, food pantries, school meals and more.

Included in these resources is a list of Rancho Cordova businesses that remain open. Get food delivered from a restaurant. Pick up a libation to go from a Barrel District member. Buy a gift card to your favorite business. 

“Here in Rancho Cordova, we are standing together to get through this change,” said Mayor David Sander. “For our residents in need of resources during this time, our community is here for you. Let’s also remember to keep supporting our local businesses. We will get through this, together.”

Click here for resources available through the city's website.

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