The Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center is a division within the City of Iowa City. Since 1981, The Center has been offering a full array of classes, activities, volunteer opportunities, services and special events for community members, in particular those age 50+, to stay active, curious, and connected.
The Center enhances quality of life by creating opportunities to support wellness, social connections, community engagement, and lifelong learning for a diverse and growing older adult population.
To continue social involvement and end social isolation to people 50 plus.
The coordinator is responsible to the city manager and the city council of Iowa City. Advisory groups are used to promote participant and community involvement in the governance of The Center, which is considered vital to The Center’s successful operation.
Senior Center Commission
Members of the Senior Center Commission serve in an advisory role to the City Council with regard to the needs of the Senior Center and its participants. For more information click here.
Senior Center Working Committees
The working committees develop annual objectives and action plans that complement The Center’s current mission, values, and goals.
The Program Committee develops, implements, and evaluates classes and programs.
The Membership Committee enhances communication among members; increase participation in Center programs, activities, and services; and promote ownership of The Center’s programs and services among members.
Conduct in the Senior Center - Code of Conduct