Senior Services


At the City of Pico Rivera the health and safety of our residents and employees is our primary goal.  Given that priority, the City continues to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation that is not only affecting the County, but the State of California as well.  As a result of the general advisement from the State Governor Gavin Newsom, we have made the tough but necessary decision to cancel or postpone our City events and programs in order to protect our residents and employees and supplement  the County’s and the State’s efforts to prevent further spread of COVID-19.

As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the Pico Rivera Senior Center will CLOSE and all programs and events at the Senior Center including the SASSFA Lunch Program will be suspended until further notice.  SASSFA will be providing an alternative meal service for those that participate in the SASSFA meal program (Please see below).  The Senior Center’s caseworker will continue to take scheduled appointments over the phone, and the AARP Tax Assistance program will be suspended. 

This decision did not come lightly; however, the health and welfare of our residents, our participants, and especially our most vulnerable population, seniors and children, are of the utmost importance. 

More information on COVID19 can be found by clicking here.

"LEt's stay connected" Telephone reassurance Program

Due to the COVID19 crisis and Los Angeles County’s Safer at Home Order, the City’s Parks and Recreation Department established a program that would help ensure the safety and security of the seniors in our community. City Staff has implemented the “Let’s Stay Connected” Program to connect with our seniors and monitor their well-being while they remain Safer at Home.  “Let’s Stay Connected” is a free telephone reassurance program. Parks and Recreation staff will conduct friendly phone calls to Pico Rivera Senior Center patrons. The purpose of the phone call is to increase the participant’s social ties, provide support for resources, and check on their overall well-being. “Let’s Stay Connected” calls began earlier this month and will continue weekly until Health Officials allow the Senior Center to be open again.

To register for this program, call the Senior Center at 562.948.4844.



In response to the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis, all City Facilities are currently closed, and the Senior Lunch Program has been suspended indefinitely. Seniors who were previously registered for the program will receive direct home delivery of meals. If you or someone you know is in need of support please contact the Senior Center at (562) 948-4844.

The Pico Rivera Senior Center is providing frozen meals during the Senior Center closure to adults 60 and older. The program is providing meals for delivery on Mondays and Wednesday. In order to receive the frozen meals, residents must register for the Meal Program.   


City of Pico Rivera residents 60 years of age and older need to register in advance to receive frozen meals.  To enroll, call the Senior Center at 562.948.4844 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesdays only.  


Once enrolled, there is no need to RSVP for meal service.  Meals will automatically be delivered on Mondays and Wednesdays. 

*****Participants MUST be enrolled in order to receive a meal.*****



ALL SENIOR CENTER EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED - Please check back later for updates.

programs and activities
social services amenities

Recreational Classes


SASSFA Lunch Program 

Fitness Room
AARP Driver Safety Dial-A-Cab & Dial-A-Van Horseshoe Pit
Outdoor Ping Pong Table Information & Referral Billiard Room/Game Room
Educational Seminars Preventative Health Screenings Computer Lab
City Walkers Club Legal Counseling
Dance Studio


Lizet Olmos
Pico Rivera Senior Center
9200 Mines Ave.
(562) 948-4844

Juliean Martinez
Pico Rivera Senior Center
9200 Mines Ave.
(562) 948-4844