Our COVID-19 Response
We’re getting back to normal, safely!
Living Life to the Fullest!
Sonoma Hills Retirement Community, our “Cruise Ship on Land”, is helping residents get back to normal every day. From wearing a mask to our almost 100% vaccination rate among residents and staff, our community is safely enjoying daily activities, socialization, outings, and more!
Getting Back to Normal Safely
Sonoma Hill’s response to COVID-19 has always been to keep our residents and staff safe, happy, and healthy. We have been working with our local health officials, CMS, and the CDC to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within our senior community.
We’ve Got You Covered!
Wearing our Masks
Consistent Hand Washing
We’re Having Fun!
With protocols and procedures in place to minimize exposure, residents are happy and laughing again.
Peace of Mind
Our staff is here when our residents need us, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Activities and social gatherings are done with resident safety in mind with thorough cleanings completed before and after scheduled events.
Every Step of the Way
COVID-19 isn’t stopping us from enjoying each other’s company or enjoying our beautiful community. From weekly trips throughout the Bay area, movie nights, exercise classes, and a billiard room, our residents are enjoying every step of their journey with us!
We Have You Covered
Residents are enjoying walks around our beautiful outdoor courtyard, taking exercise classes, playing bingo, joining a happy hour, taking time in a prayer group, or curling up with a book beside our cozy fireplace. COVID-19 isn’t getting us down!
Residents in Action!
Happy Resident Testimonials
“I found that Sonoma Hills Retirement was peaceful and quiet. It didn’t seem to have as many people buzzing around. It was a little bit older. The rooms were very well kept. It looked like they had a lot of variety in size for your furniture. The staff was very pleasant and showed us around. It was a shorter stay. We were able to just look at the two bedrooms, the ones we thought we’d like. They had a restaurant-style dining area. It was empty at the time because of the time. I believe they had assigned tables, and the staff said that if you didn’t like who you were assigned with, you could change, so that was flexible. We didn’t try the food there. He said it was a family-owned facility, rather than corporation-owned, and so there were some different amenities. Some of the apartments had washers and dryers in the apartments. There seem to be many amenities. They had a special day where they piled into a bus and had a surprise drive a certain day of the week, which I think is pleasant to look forward to. They had almost all the activities.” Caring.com Review
“I did visit Sonoma Retirement Homes (Sonoma Hills Retirement). They had 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units, and they’re all nice. They had nice patios. They had a workout room. They had laundry care. They had two meals a day and light meals for lunch. They had housekeeping too. We only met one staff — the person who showed us around — and she was very courteous. A very detailed lady, she knew what she was talking about.” Caring.com Review
“One of my favorite activities at Sonoma Hills Retirement is being on the Sonoma Hills Thunderettes Bean Bag Baseball Team. Twice a month we compete with another community–to date, the Thunderettes are unbeaten, 8-0! We have fan clubs who cheer us on and share a meal together. There is a lot of camaraderie, excitement, noise, and fun!” Resident Review