Grocery Stores & Food Banks

Modified Grocery Store Hours

Grocery stores and many farmers markets will remain open and stocked throughout the statewide stay-at-home order. There is no need to stockpile grocery items or household goods. Buy only what you need. Many grocery stores and farmers markets have adjusted their hours, and some have designated priority shopping hours for seniors. Potable tap water is safe to drink and is not a carrier of COVID-19. Below is a list of grocery stores with their adjusted hours:

Grocery Store / SupermarketHours of OperationPhone NumberAddress
Vallarta SupermarketEvery Day - 8AM - 10PM(442)600-3020
17390 Main St
12351 Mariposa Rd
Cardenas MarketsEvery Day - 8AM - 10PM(760)947-961515555 Main St
WalmartEvery Day - 7AM - 8:30PM(760)948-485113401 Main St
Stater BrosEvery Day - 6AM - 11PM
15757 Main St
14466 Main St
16904 Main St
TargetEvery Day - 7AM - 10PM(760)949-306212795 Main St
VonsEvery Day - 7AM - 11PM(760)241-228812199 Hesperia Rd
ALDIEvery Day - 9AM - 8PM(855)955-253413360 Main St
Smart & FinalEvery Day - 6AM - 10PM(760)947-921715111 Bear Valley Rd
Costco (Victorville) - One person allowed per membership card. Healthcare and medical workers get priority
Mon - Fri - 10AM – 8:30PM
Sat - 9:30AM - 6PM
Sun - 10AM - 6PM
Special operating hours for people 60 years old+
Mon - Fri - 8AM - 9AM
(760)524-9904 14555 Valley Center Dr, Victorville, CA 92395

Prior to grocery shopping, please remember to wear your face coverings and maintain social distance from other people. If you are sick or showing any symptoms, please refrain from going out.

Emergency Food Assistance Resources for San Bernardino County 

For those in need, the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County is a dedicated social service agency with food bank programs to assist the communities within San Bernardino County.  Their resources are available at or they can be reached at (800) 635-4618. You can also visit the San Bernardino County food assistance website at

The following local agencies and non-profits are providing wonderful services to members of our community delivery of emergency food boxes to seniors, disabled, and homeless persons in need, providing hygiene products, and more. Please contact the following agencies for more information:

Name of AgencyAddressPhone NumberWebsite
Victor Valley Community Services Council16692 Mojave Dr, Victorville, CA 92395(760)243-9646
Spirit Filled Family Church - Bags of Food Ministry
9980 Hesperia Rd., Hesperia, CA 92345
High Desert Second Chance16666 Smoke Tree St. Bldg. B#4 Hesperia, CA 92345(442)267-4444
Rock’n Our Disabilities13558 Palm St, Hesperia, CA 92344(760)

For emergency food assistance outside our immediate area of influence, please contact the agencies below:

Name of AgencyAddressPhone NumberWebsite
CalFresh SNAP applications (SBCounty Transitional Assistance Department)265 4th St, San Bernardino, CA 92415(909)
Food Banks & Other Sites (Community Action Partnership)696 S. Tippecanoe Ave, San Bernardino(808)635-4618
Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)2035 North D Street, San Bernardino, CA 92405(800)
Meals on Wheels & Senior Meals (SBCounty Department of Aging Adult Services)To-Go Meal Sites(909)
School meal sitesFREE Grab and Go Meals for ChildrenText FOOD/COMIDA to 877-877Meals for Kids interactive map
California Meals for Kids (CDE)
Food safety and storageCDC Food Safety

For more detailed information on agencies that can provide emergency food assistance, please view our COVID-19 San Bernardino Community Resources guide.

Order Delivery or Take Out and Support Hesperia Restaurants!

Hesperia restaurants across the City have adopted modified guidelines and business hours due to Governor Newsom’s stay-at-home order. Please view our list of Hesperia restaurants that are still open for delivery or take out!

For more information, please visit the Hesperia Chamber of Commerce website.