The Baltimore County Department of Aging has announced an eight-phase reopening plan for its senior centers, starting with the largest facilities.
County senior centers have been closed since March 17, 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning Monday, nine of the county’s largest senior centers will host orientations in advance of reopening.
“We’re thrilled to begin to reopen our senior centers so we can do even more to serve the more than 20,000 residents who are members of the county’s 20 senior centers and Senior Box Office,” Laura D. Riley, director of the Department of Aging, said in a news release.
Operational plans call for in-person programming in July, once a significant number of members compete a mandatory safety orientation and registration. Individuals can register for these sessions by calling 410-887-2040 or visiting www.baltimorecountymd.gov/aging.
“This phased reopening will ensure that we can provide a clean and safe environment at our largest centers as we work towards reopening all our centers as quickly and as safely as possible,” Riley said.
Baltimore County will begin the process of reopening with the following senior centers:
• Ateaze Senior Center — 7401 Holabird Avenue, Dundalk, 410-887-7233, email@example.com
• Bykota Senior Center — 611 Central Avenue, Towson, 410-887-3094, firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Catonsville Senior Center — 501 North Rolling Road, 410-887-0900, email@example.com
• Cockeysville Senior Center — 10535 York Road, 410-887-7694, firstname.lastname@example.org
• Essex Senior Center — 600 Dorsey Avenue, 410-887-0267, email@example.com
• Liberty Senior Center — 3525 Resource Drive, Randallstown 410-887-0780, firstname.lastname@example.org
• Parkville Senior Center — 8601 Harford Road, 410-887-5338, email@example.com
• Pikesville Senior Center — 1301 Reisterstown Road, 410-887-1245, firstname.lastname@example.org
• Seven Oaks Senior Center — 9210 Seven Courts Drive, Perry Hall, 410-887-5192, email@example.com