CARSON CITY, NV - The Carson City Senior Center, located at 911 Beverly Drive, will reopen on Monday, May 3 with regular hours of operation, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dining will return to dine-in and the drive thru will end on Friday, April 30. However, if clients are not comfortable dining in, they can come inside, check-in and pickup their lunch to-go.
For the time being, tables are limited to four people per table and beverages will include coffee, milk and water. Tables will be set six feet apart to allow for social distancing. Masks are still required, along with social distancing, including while waiting in line.
Volunteers are needed in the dining room as well as for a variety of activities. If you are interested in volunteering, please call (775) 883-0703 and ask to speak with Brooke.
Meals on Wheels will continue operating as it has during the pandemic. The computer lab will remain closed until the end of the month while FEMA staff is moving to a new location. (UPDATE: The computer lab is now open!)
To learn more about the Carson City Senior Center, please visit https://www.carsoncityseniorcenter.org/
About the Carson City Senior Center
The mission of the Carson City Senior Center is to enhance the quality of life and independence of seniors. Through congregate dining and Meals on Wheels, the Carson City Senior Center serves hundreds of local seniors. The Center also provides health and fitness education and activities, craft and hobby groups, card and board games and many other services including help with prescriptions, durable medical equipment, tax preparation and many others.
Carson City Senior Center
Courtney Warner, Director