Hello Pasco County Senior Services Participants! We are excited to share that beginning June 1st, we will be reopening the Galen Wilson and Dade City Senior Centers. It is our goal to reopen in a safe manner and provide the opportunity for you to attend meal service and participate in fun activities.
How will this be done?
The Dade City and Galen Wilson Senior Centers will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for seniors who register in advance. Seniors will enjoy lunch and activities that have been planned by our Senior Center Coordinators. As we have been closed for over a year, all participants will have to complete a registration packet which includes an activity release and COVID-19 waiver.
What to Expect When you Visit:
For everyone’s safety, we will be reopening with several safety measures in place. For the time being, this is what you can expect:
The Galen Wilson & Dade City Senior Centers will be opened from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Due to limited capacity, you must be pre-registered for meal service or an activity to enter the senior center. No walk-ups or drops-ins will be admitted.
Seating will be limited and arranged to maximize social distancing. Please do not move your chair from its original location.
While not required, we do recommend that you wear a mask when not eating.
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Providing For The Elderly
Pasco County Senior Services is a division of the Pasco County Community Services Department. The division offers both congregate and home delivered meals. Home delivered meals are funded in part by the Older Americans Act (OAA) channeled through the Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc. These meals are for individuals who are age 60 or over, frail and home-bound. Income is not a factor in determining eligibility.