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Posted: Tuesday, February 5, 2013 3:37 pm

Adult Protective Service

Toll Free

1-888-800-4800

Stockton

209-468-3780

Animal Control

San Joaquin County

209-953-6070

Bus Service

San Joaquin County

Regional Transit

800-469-8674

Dial-A-Ride

Lathrop

209-946-0520

Lodi

209-333-6806

Stockton

209-946-0520

Tracy

209-946-0520

Fire Department (Non-Emergency Calls)

Galt

916-228-3035

Lodi

209-333-6735

Lathrop/Manteca

209-858-2331

Stockton

209-464-4648 or 209-464-4650

Garbage/Curbside Recycling

California Waste Services

Woodbridge, Galt

209-369-6887

Central Valley Waste Acampo

888-413-5105

Stockton (Allied Waste)

209-466-3808

Escalon

209-527-3781

Galt

209-369-3712

Lathrop

209-466-3604

Lodi

209-369-8274

Manteca

209-239-8469

Ripon

209-599-2151

Stockton

209-946-5711

Tracy

209-835-0601

Medi-Cal

209-468-1000

Medicare

800-952-8627

Nursing Home

Ombudsman

209-468-3785

Pacific Gas and Electric

800-743-5000

Police Department (Non-Emergency Calls)

Escalon

209-838-7093

Galt

209-366-7000

Lathrop (Sheriff)

209-468-4400

Lodi

209-333-6727

Manteca

209-239-8401

Stockton

209-937-8377

Tracy

209-831-4550

Postal Information/Zip Code

800-275-8777

San Joaquin Co. Aging & Community Services

209-468-1000

Sheriff’s Department

(Non-Emergency Calls)

209-468-4400

Social Security

800-772-1213

Social Security Administration

Voter Registration

209-468-2885

Water & Sewage (Public Works)

California Water Service

209-466-8971

County Water Service

209-468-3090

Municipal Water

209-937-7031

Escalon

209-838-4139

Galt

209-366-7260

Lathrop

209-941-7200

Lodi

209-333-6829

Manteca

209-239-8458

Ripon

209-399-4282

Stockton

209-937-8341

Tracy

209-831-4420

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Welcome to the discussion.

Welcome

It takes a good plan to achieve a comfortable retirement and good health to enjoy retirement. And so financial planning and health services are the two main topics we cover in our annual Sentinel Silver directory. But that’s not all that’s here.

Government contact information can help you with everything from navigating social service programs to casting a wise vote. Do you know how to find the Mayor of Lodi or the Stockton City Clerk?

Fitness and exercise information can open the door to fun as well as better health. Ever tried yoga?

Home services, such as air conditioning and plumbing repair, are needs that can arise any time. Who can you call when the roof leaks?

Transportation is more complicated if you don’t drive. There’s dial-a-ride, Greyhound and the complex public transit system to navigate. Do you know where to find the train schedule?

Give Sentinel Silver 2014 a good read, and you’ll be ready to answer many of life’s unexpected questions.

All of us at the Sentinel wish you and your family a healthy and happy New Year.

Marty Weybret, Publisher

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