GPD reminds motorists lining up for food aid to be mindful of private roadways

Photo shows a long line of cars at a GDOE emergency food distribution. (PNC file photo)

The Guam Police Department asks motorists in line to receive food commodities, or those availing to other forms of COVID-19 public assistance offered to the community, to refrain from blocking public easements, private roadways, or entrances to private businesses.

The Guam Department of Education (GDOE), State Agency for the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) under the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Nutrition Service, continues food commodities distribution through each mayor at the village level.

Recipients will receive TEFAP food commodities per household that may include canned chicken, chicken in a pouch, spaghetti sauce, mixed fruits, peaches, plums, yellow split peas, pistachios, hazelnuts, circle oat cereal, crispy hexagon cereal, and bottled cranapple juice.

Distribution in each village will be available to village constituents only. Commodities are also being provided in bulk to the community organizations to distribute directly to their clients/families/households. Participants must wear a mask, maintain distance, and follow all traffic directions and signage.

Village Mayor’s distribution schedule is as follows:



Distribution Method

No. of Bags

Thursday, April 1

Santa Rita

Drive-thru distribution for 300 Santa Rita constituents on Thursday, April 1, from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. at the Santa Rita Community Center, while supplies last. For more information, contact the Santa Rita Mayor’s Office at 565-2514.


Food commodities for organizations are as follows:



Distribution Method

No. of Clients

Friday, April 2

Adult Day Care

Food commodities will be provided in bulk to organizations to distribute directly to their clients.