The Senior Center is open for business transactions and limited programming.
As of July 6, 2021, most of the remaining 50+ programs will be returning to the regular schedule. Pre-registration is no longer required for select activities.
Check out the Fifty Plus Post for more information regarding upcoming programs.
Located east of Dodge Park Road on Utica Road, our Senior Center was built for anyone 50 years of age and older to enjoy. Don't let the name fool you, we aren't just for Sterling Heights residents and by no means is it a place to sit and let life pass you by! The Senior Center is a comfortable, welcoming place to learn something new, get your heart pumping, play a game, catch up with old friends and/or meet new friends.
In our Senior Active Life Center, patrons can find fitness and sports programming that cover a wide range of activity and skill levels. The indoor walking track and cardio room are perfect ways to stay moving no matter what Mother Nature throws our way.
The Senior Center is a hub for activities and resources to help patrons age well. It's a place for programs and events specially designed for people ages 50 and older. Many of our programs and services are free. Other classes and activities have low-cost fees, affordable to most. Our 50+ programming isn’t just located in the Senior Center, so please check out the Fifty Plus Postto learn more. It is published bi-monthly and can be viewed online by clicking Fifty Plus Postin 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.
Come Dine with Us!
Dining Senior Style is back at the Sterling Heights Senior Center!
Due to COVID restrictions, meals are currently being served packaged, allowing patrons to take food home to eat. As soon as the mandate changes, food will be served cafeteria style and must be eaten at the Senior Center.
Monday – Friday
9:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. | Food served at 11:30 a.m.
(Tickets for meals may be purchased in room 4 of the Senior Center daily from 9 – 11:30 a.m., or while supplies last.)
Due to current Macomb County guidelines, food must be taken to-go.
The Sterling Heights Senior Center is a Dining Senior Style site and offers lunch every Monday – Friday at 11:30 a.m. 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). Monthly menus are available at the Senior Center or can be found online by clicking here.
This program is brought to the Senior Center thanks to a partnership with the Macomb Community Action - Office of Senior Services.
To find other local Dining Senior Style locations and/or more information on the Dining Senior Style program, click here.