Senior Center

The Senior Center is currently open for business transactions and limited programs.

In addition, the billiards room and cardio room are open with a modified schedule and limited capacity.

The Senior Center walking track will remain closed at this time. Patrons can use the indoor track at the Community Center.

Registration for activities and services can be completed in-person, online, by email, by faxing 586-276-4066 or by mail.


In accordance with current state guidelines, the re-opening of the Senior Center comes with specific modifications to ensure the health and safety of our residents. Please review the below procedures in order to participate in activities and programs throughout the building:

  • All patrons will be required to wear a mask or facial covering for the duration of their time in the building, including during any physical activity.
  • Down time is scheduled each day to account for cleaning and disinfecting of spaces, and minimizing overlap of patrons in common spaces at one time.
  • The Cardio Room will be limited to 1 person at a time unless patrons are from the same household.
  • All patrons will be required to complete a registration form and COVID-19 related waiver prior to their first use. A new waiver will need to be completed every 30 days.
  • Food and drink cannot be consumed in the building.
  • Gatherings of people from different households will not be permitted.

We thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community safe. Please note that guidelines may change at any time without advance notification as we monitor the ongoing status of our opening.

Senior Center Building
Located east of Dodge Park Road on Utica Road, our beautiful facility was built to assist everyone 50 years of age and older to help maintain a healthy, active lifestyle and enjoy life to its fullest. The Senior Center offers drop-in activities, educational and fitness classes, travel opportunities both local and worldwide, sport leagues, and much more. The Center is not only a place to go and participate but a place to get information and helpful services such as: massage, foot and ankle care, hearing screenings, blood pressure checks, health seminars, Veterans Benefit Outreach, and transportation services to and from doctor appointments and shopping (for those that qualify).

Programs and services are also offered in our 14,000-square-foot Senior Active Life Center. Activities suitable to all, from the social skill player to the more competitive will find something on our gym schedule. The indoor walking track and cardio room are perfect ways to stay moving no matter what Mother Nature throws our way.

A schedule of events and specifics on our programming can be found in the Fifty Plus Post. It is published bi-monthly and can be viewed online by clicking Fifty Plus Post in the column on the left. A hard copy can also be picked up at the Senior Center or can be mailed directly to you for a nominal fee. Every effort is made by the staff to offer programs and activities suitable to all. If you don’t see what interests you, let the staff at the Center know. Your input is always appreciated and welcome; we are always looking for ways to enhance and expand programming.
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Come Dine with Us!

Mondays and Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m.

(Tickets for meals may be purchased at the front desk on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 – 11:30 a.m., or while supplies last.)

The Sterling Heights Senior Center is a Dining Senior Style site and offers lunch every Monday and Wednesday at 11:30 a.m., thanks to the Macomb County Community Services Agency office of Senior Services. Participants over 60 years of age will receive a meal for a suggested donation of $3 per meal ($6.50 for those under the age of 60).

A list of upcoming meals are available at the Senior Center or can be found online by clicking Senior News, or by clicking here to see the March menu.

To find locations that serve on other days and more information on additional Dining Senior Style site, click here.

Home Chore Program

Contact Macomb Community Action (MCA) at (586) 469-5228.