LOS ANGELES, Calif. -

Albertsons is closing dozens of stores, many of them in Southern California.  We have learned that no Coachella Valley stores are on the chopping block.

The parent company of Albertsons announced plans Wednesday to close 27 under-performing stores around the country, including 19 in Southern California.

A statement from Supervalu indicated that the stores being closed are either under-performing or "non-strategic."

Albertsons spokesperson Lilia Rodriguez could not provide the number of layoffs expected, but said each affected store employs between 50-100 people.  Some more senior "team members" will be able to retain their positions because of "bumping rights," which will allow them to move to other locations.

Most of the affected stores are expected to be closed by December.  The closest store to the Valley, listed to be shuttered, is located in Moreno Valley.  Below is a list of the stores in California that will be closed provided by KABC.

Mesmer and Jefferson - Culver City

7th and Redondo - Long Beach

Harbor and Garden Grove Boulevard - Garden Grove

Harbor Boulevard and Imperial Highway - Fullerton

Dale and La Palma -Buena Park

Brookhurst and Katella - Anaheim

Baldwin Hills - Los Angeles

Central and Chevy Chase - Glendale

Devonshire and Reseda - Northridge

Van Nuys and Sherman - Van Nuys

Bear Valley and Amethyst Roads - Victorville

Pigeon Pass and Ironwood - Moreno Valley

Colima and Fairway Drive - Rowland Heights

Hamner Ave and Hidden Valley Parkway - Norco

Grove Avenue and Walnut Street - Ontario

Limonite and Clay - Riverside

Colima Road - Hacienda Heights

Amar and Nogales - Walnut

Azusa and Cypress - Covina