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The Walmart store in the Centre Pointe center in Canyon Country is one of 26 in California now adding curbside grocery pickup to their services, according to a news report in the Orange County Register.

As of August 1, Canyon Country Walmart customers who place orders online can also choose curbside pickup when they check out.

The curbside service, introduced in 2015, is now offered at more than 800 Walmart stores in the United States.

The Canyon Country Walmart is located at 26471 Carl Boyer Drive.

Here’s a list of the California stores now introducing curbside pickup:

5625 Calloway Drive, Bakersfield (8/1)
1249 Allen Road, Bakersfield
5075 Gosford Road, Bakersfield (8/1)
530 Woollomes Ave., Delano (8/1)
5125 East Kings Canyon Road, Fresno (8/3)
7065 N. Ingram Ave., Fresno, (8/3)
2761 Jensen Ave., Sanger (8/3)
1185 Herndon Ave., Clovis (8/3)
40130 10th Street West, Palmdale (8/1)
37140 47th Street East, Palmdale (8/1)
1333 North Mountain Ave., Ontario (8/1)
1827 Walnut Grove Ave., Rosemead (8/1)
859 W. Florida Ave., Hemet (8/2)
1800 N. Perris Blvd., Perris (8/1)
13401 Main St., Hesperia (8/1)
12721 Moreno Beach Drive, Moreno Valley (8/1)
13425 Community Road, Poway (8/2)
1360 Eastlake Parkway, Chula Vista (8/2)
1540 E. 2nd Street, Beaumont (8/2)
79295 US HWY 111, La Quinta (8/3)
1800 University Drive, Vista, (8/3)
82-491 AVENUE 42, Indio (8/3)
1266 East Valley Parkway, Escondido (8/3)
34500 Monterey Ave., Palm Desert (8/3)

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18 Comments

  1. Alex Lessard Alex Lessard says:

    Sondi Okray life changing

  2. First, I wish the Canyon Country store looked like the picture. Second, the check out lines are horrible, store is inefficiently staffed and now they’ll pack orders for pickup? (Please not the extremely annoying & insulting ‘greeter’ in the yellow cape!) Even the McDonald’s in the store can’t get an order right.

  3. Mariana Cee Mariana Cee says:

    Well let’s see how fast someone screws that for everyone else.

  4. Eleanor Neal Eleanor Neal says:

    Andrea Flores- Lonsinger

  5. F walmart never ever shows how poor Santa Clarita is we have 4 stores pathetic

  6. Hummm, such sour comments. I find that store as clean and well run as any other in this valley. Lines can be long but then there’s more to buy and carts are fuller then others in this valley, with the exception of Costco. The help is English speaking, courteous and helpful. Prices are now as high or higher then other food stores and I rarely buy more then a few things while picking up prescriptions once or twice a month. Relax, you have choices and are not required to shop there. Try Stater bros, my favorite.👍🏻👍🏻😄

  7. Carol Clark Carol Clark says:

    Well, I guess it is one more step into adapting to no muscle strength, but on the upside there will be fewer babies and dogs left in hot cars.

  8. So the lazy, can be even lazier.. hehe

  9. Brian Springer says:

    I prefer shopping at Union stores that provide adequate wage and benefits.

  10. J. Marten says:

    This is wonderful for seniors with limited mobility and other handicapped of any age. Great when it’s raining. I can leave my slippers on when I’m sick and drive through the pick up. I really miss the Alta Dena drive through that was on Soledad.
    How many times when my kids were little did they fall asleep in the car and I needed a few things. How about when you are about to drive home from work? Just call and pick up what you need on the way home. NICE.

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