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Director: Jennifer Johnson

Senior Centers

There are five Senior Centers conveniently located in your community:


Skagit County takes the Health Officer’s recommendations seriously and is adapting its senior services programming as follows based on the most recent guidance.

Meals on Wheels

There are currently no changes to the Meals on Wheels Program.  Skagit County Public Health will continue daily hot meal delivery, Monday through Friday, and frozen weekend meals for Meals on Wheels clients as long as staffing and volunteer capacity allows. 

Congregate Lunch Program

The congregate lunch program will be closed until further notice.  Frozen meals are available for pick up.  Please call your local senior center for details.

Mount Vernon Senior Center, 360-416-1585, Kristl Hobbs or Nickie McNulty
Sedro-Woolley Senior Center, 360-855-1531, Ellen Schweigert or Merrilee Komboukos
Burlington Senior Center, 360-755-0942 or 360-755-0102, Jackie Cress or Cheryl Kaufman
Anacortes Senior Activity Center, 360-293-7473, Amanda Miller or Annette Saling

Senior Center Programs and Activities

All Senior Center programs and activities are discontinued until further notice.  This includes after hour use of the Mount Vernon Senior Center. All groups and activities will be cancelled.

Public Health understands that these changes have significant impacts on community members. They are designed to protect the health of those at serious risk from complications due to COVID-19. Public Health is committed to ensuring seniors are able to access nutritious food during this very difficult time.

Select a location for information, newsletters, and more:


Concrete Community Center
Mount Vernon

We hope you enjoy your visit!

Other programs of interest:

  • Senior Nutrition Program - Meals on Wheels
    Skagit County strives to offer caring, reliable services designed to support
    the independence and well being of older adults in Skagit County.
    We are committed to promoting healthy aging and addressing isolation and loneliness.

  • Aging and Disability Resources/Senior Info and Assistance Programs
    Contact the Senior Information & Assistance office to learn more about care options that can help you or a loved one stay in your own home and community. Their staff can answer questions in your home, in their office, or on the telephone. Your inquiry will be handled in a confidential and private manner, and there is no charge for Information & Assistance services.