Senior Community Center
13909 East 14th Street
San Leandro, CA 94578
1 (510) 577-3462
Hours of Operation: Closed until further notice.
The City of San Leandro regrets that most Senior Services on-site programming has been suspended. Please visit the Virtual Senior Community Center page to stay connected, stay entertained and stay informed!
Please check this page frequently for status updates on Senior programming. Click here for the most current COVID-19 information on the City’s website.
Please see the latest information regarding Senior Services programs and services.
Spectrum Community Services, Inc. is partnering with SOS Meals on Wheels to make take-out meals available at the Senior Community Center, 13909 East 14th Street, San Leandro CA, 94578, Monday through Friday from 12:00pm – 12:30pm for a suggested voluntary donation of $3.75/meal. Meal tickets are $35 for 10 meals. You must complete an application for this program and make an advance reservation to pick up a meal. Please call
1 (510) 825-9793 at least three days in advance to make a reservation for lunch, or for more information about applying. Please enter the Senior Center parking lot from East 14th Street and follow the directional signs and remain in your car. Staff will bring the meal to your car. Please see registration forms below.
The City based paratransit program provides transportation to San Leandro seniors and people with disabilities. FLEX Rides Shuttle and RIDES on Demand continue to operate on their normal schedule. Seating on the Shuttle is limited in order to ensure physical distancing between riders. Paratransit service is also provided by East Bay Paratransit.
The City of San Leandro's FLEX RIDES program is offering San Leandro residents ages 60+ FREE Uber transportation to receive COVID-19 vaccinations at any vaccination clinic in Alameda County. Click here for more information.
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This guide is a reference guide (primarily for elders and those working with elders in Alameda County) for those who wish to learn about food and nutrition programs in our county and how to develop healthy nutrition habits.
The Senior Housing Guide has been prepared to assist Older Adults, in seeking safe affordable housing in Alameda County. The guide is not intended to be an all-inclusive listing of affordable housing. There are other resources one may use, those resources have listed some at the end of the guide. The housing complexes listed may not have current vacancies, nor may they be taking applications for waitlist.