Looking for services or want to help?
Posted on 03/19/2020
In accordance with the County’s Shelter-in-Place Order, and with the health and well-being of Piedmont residents and City employees in mind, Piedmont will continue to provide essential services to our residents while allowing people to remain sheltered in place at home and maintain social distancing.

Many of you have asked where to go for assistance, how you can help others, and how to reach City Departments for continued services. Below are resources that we will continue to update as information comes available. 

In Need of Services?

City Services
For service from City Departments, please use the main numbers below:

211 logoAlameda County Resources 211
Consider dialing 211 for Alameda County Resources. Dialing 211 helps direct callers to services for the elderly, the disabled, those who do not speak English, those with a personal crisis, and those who are new to their communities. If you get a voicemail due to high demand, leave a message and someone will call you back. You can also send a text message with your questions. Send a text to 898211 with your questions and zip code. Visit: www.211alamedacounty.org/covid19

Oakland At Risk Match
They will match you with a low-risk volunteer who lives in your community and wants to help you by getting groceries, picking up prescriptions, and checking in every couple of days. Piedmonters in need can sign-up on their site or call (510) 306-4973.

Alameda County Public Health Resources for the Community

Oakland At Risk Flyer

How Can Piedmonters Help?

For those who are looking for ways to help in the community, here are organizations you can contact to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic:

Meals on Wheels

(510) 777-9560

Mercy Brown Bag Program
(510) 534-8540 ext. 369

Oakland At Risk Match
(510) 306-4973