About Our Community
We have promised ourselves that we shall always treat our residents as we would our own loved ones. Nothing less than our best will do.
This is the promise that the staff at Emeritus at Creekside Lodge — and throughout Brookdale communities — has shared since 1988, when Creekside Lodge first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to be compassionate and kind, understanding and respectful — a promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care.
The Perfect Location
Set on beautifully landscaped grounds with an outdoor courtyard, lovely gardens and meandering trails, Emeritus at Creekside Lodge is one of Greater San Francisco’s premier assisted living communities. Located near Highway 80 in the heart of San Pablo just five minutes from San Francisco Bay, our senior living community offers 116 apartments on three floors, many with terrific views of the creek below. Here our residents — in many cases, with their pets — enjoy retirement living. Yet a helping hand from our warm, caring staff is always close by.
A Wonderful Selection
Our common areas — including our lovely dining room, beautifully decorated library and TV room — give residents and their loved ones the opportunity to get to know one another. We also offer a wide range of activities every month here at Creekside Lodge and beyond, including off-site excursions to Cashe Creek Resort. Our assisted living community is located near a major mall, as well as Albertson’s and Foodmax, Target, Walgreens, several banks, a movie theater, the city civic center and Kennedy Grove Lake and Park. We are also located near two major hospitals, Doctor’s Medical Hospital and Kaiser Hospital, and a nursing home rehabilitation center if ever needed.
We are well-known for hiring some of the most compassionate, dedicated individuals in the senior living industry – individuals who go above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of our residents and in the communities in which they live.
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
Creekside Lodge offers a host of activities in and out of the community. From scenic bus drives along the bay, to area field trips to local attractions to regular entertainment from the local talent in and outside the community.
Our life enrichment directors coordinate a variety of exciting and educational events year-round. Our activities range from brain health fairs to Fourth of July barbecues to Thanksgiving feasts. Our goal is to keep our residents socially engaged and provide their families the opportunity to learn and celebrate with them.
The primary goal of our life enrichment staff is to plan activities that are fun for residents, while also promoting brain health. Our retirement activities incorporate all the chief components of brain health, including the nutritional, social, spiritual, physical and intellectual aspects of mental well-being.
We understand all the benefits that pets can offer our residents. We also know that many of our residents can’t imagine life without their furry, four-legged companions. So when we say, “Our family is committed to yours,” that includes this important member of your family.
Our dining department offers a variety of culinary delights! We also work closely with our registered dietitians to accommodate residents with a variety of dietary modifications. Meals are served restaurant style with a choice of two seatings for each meal. There is always an alternative available for lighter fare!
Creekside Centenarian Celebration! By Creekside Lodge, Life Enrichment Director Emeritus at Creekside Lodge 13956 San Pablo Ave San Pablo, CA 94806 (510) 355-1150 What an extraordinary day for us here at Emeritus at Creekside Lodge! We celebrated our very own Centenarians in style! Family and fellow residents joined us for live music, a champagne toast, […]
Read More »
Love Spans the Generations Emeritus at Creekside Lodge was treated to a multi-generational family Valentine’s! Resident Glory is pictured with some of her family members after they “sung their hearts out” to our appreciative residents, ending with “You Are My Sunshine”. What a sweet and loving tribute to the Great-Grandparents and Grandparents here at Emeritus […]
Read More »