Where is Safeway Corporate office Headquarters

Safeway Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 5918 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Pleasanton, CA 94588, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 925-226-5000
  • Fax Number: 925-467-3323
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 250000
  • Established: April 1915
  • Founder: Marion Barton Skaggs
  • Key People: Robert G. Miller, Bob Gordon

Safeway Headquarters Location & Directions

Safeway Headquarters Executive Team



Robert G. Miller

Executive Chairman

Brian Baer

President of Eastern Division

Steve Frisby

President of Northwest Division

David Lee

President of Non Perishables and General Manager of Non-Perishables

Paul McTavish

President of Texas Division

Kent Bradley M.D., MBA, MPH

Chief Medical Officer

Bob Gordon

Chief Governance Officer, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary

About Safeway, History and Headquarters Information


Safeway was founded in the year 1915. The company has been operational for almost 104 years now. The founder of the company was Marion Barton Skaggs. The company started when the company's founder had purchased his father's 576 square feet grocery shop for $1,089. The chain of the company had been operating as two separate businesses, namely - Skaggs United Stores and also Skaggs Cash Stores. The company has been quickly growing during that time, with the help of the founder's five brothers, into a network of stores. The main aim of the company was to give more value to the customers and thus keep a thin profit margin as well, which had been proved to be successful. By the year 1926, the company had opened almost 428 stores in nearly ten states in the USA. The same year, the company had merged with 322 Safeway stores and thus was incorporated as Safeway Incorporated.

The company did no sell grocery on a traditional basis, i.e. selling on credit. The company had sold grocery on a cash basis. In this way, the company will not be getting into debt. In the year 1926, the company was acquired by Charles E Merrill, who was the founder of the Merrill Lynch brokerage firm. The same year, Skaggs also merged with Safeway as well. The Skaggs United Stores of Idaho and Skaggs Cash Stores of California had a total of 673 stores, which was all amalgamated with the 322 stores of Safeway. On the completion of the merger, Marion Barton Skaggs had become the chief executive of the company as well. In the year 1928, the company had been transformed into a limited public entity. During the 1930s, the company had introduced pricing of groceries by pounds and also added 'sell by dates' to perishable food products as well. The company also started to label nutritional features and provided parking lot features as well. In the west of Mississippi, the company had the largest grocery chain. Also, during the 1930s, Charles E Merrill had temporarily left his own company to manage Safeway. The headquarters of the company was later moved from Nevada to Oakland, California, USA. The headquarters were again moved to Pleasanton, California, USA, in the year 1996. The headquarters of the company is based in 5918 Stoneridge Mall Road. The name of the place is Pleasanton, while the name of the state is California, USA. The pin code of the area is 94588.


Safeway is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of grocery products and food items to its customers. The current CEO and chairman of the company are Robert G Miller. As of the current date, the company had its presence in over 900 locations, all over the USA and Canada. Also, as of the year 2015, the number of employees currently working at the company is more than 250,000. Albertsons presently own the company.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of grocery and food items, sold by the company itself. The products sold by the company include dairy, bakery, pharmacy, frozen foods, fuel, lottery, meat, snacks, liquor, photography processing, flowers, etcetera.

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  • TJ Bishop says:

    I was in Safeway at 2890 N Powers, Colorado Springs, CO 80922 to do some grocery. I notice staffs were not easy going. It seems they were forbidden to talk. So I was at the check out and this confirmed my suspicion. Cashier didn’t bother to greet me at all. Try to talk to regarding another co-worker assisting in bagging groceries and just uttered words like can’t talk to you. I look around and found a large female with two other employees talking just across from the cashier. I didn’t see neither one move and help the cashier bagging groceries. So it seems there is no team work being practice in this store nor any training on customer service in being polite and friendly. On top of this, the large female, maybe their store manager at that time had the audacity to insult other customer. I believe the moral in this particular store doesn’t excess. I’m better off doing my grocery in other 4 store nearby. There’s also someone to blame regarding this attitude these employees had shown, their ill train manager. Customers are what makes business opens. Thus, treat all customers that walks in with respect as you expect to be treated the same way.

  • Marie Willis says:

    I have been shopping at my local Safeway in Rocklin, CA for 27 years now. So many of the employees at my store are simply wonderful: They are efficient, competent, amiable, helpful and diligent. Even the new employees (like Chanler and Will versus Martha, Reno and countless others I’ve known forever) are excellent additions to the staff. But, I need to compliment Renee Goodman especially: I ordered 10 macaron cookies from the bakery, since only Pistachio remained (not our favorite). Renee called me at home, from both her work and personal cell phones–on her own time, to alert me that the macarons had been received by the bakery. She knew that my daughter was ill and desired them. How many employees take the time to go so far above and beyond in these days? Not many. Thank you, Safeway.

  • Emma Jones says:

    I have been a loyal Safeway shopper since 1959 when I was employed as clerk. I shop at store 2792 in Conifer Co, I am complaining because 2 out of three shipping trips my receipt does not reflect sale price so have to Back to get refund,a 36 mile trip,also notice the meat department doesn’t always have the same price correct as sales ad shows.

  • Michael Timbrook says:

    I was shopping at Safeway on lovejoy . I bought 2lbs of cooked shrimp. When I got home in a half hour they were shimmy . I call Dr and the night Mgr said bring it back. So today at around 1:30 and I told the man of bad shrimp, his attitudes was very poor too. Busy on cell phone. 503_926_2187 thanks for your time

  • Carole Price says:

    The Monopoly game second chance points are bait and switch. When trying to redeem the points, most of the items are not available, and one use of points to redeem a specific item makes you ineligible to use remaining points on a duplicate of the redeemed item. What good are over 2000 points if they aren’t redeemable? This is enough to send me elsewhere to shop. Not good PR Safeway!

  • Robert Andrews says:

    The Safeway in Aberdeen, WA 98520 #1546 has really slid to poor customer service since Patty Kennedy retired.
    Also products are not marked correctly. Wrote Max Kluh a complaint, but no answer.

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