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Senior Center

Learn new skills, make friends, attend special events and stay healthy at the Sunnyvale Senior Center (Community Center, 550 E. Remington Drive). The Center provides a variety of educational, recreational and health-related services for adults 50 years and older. In addition, the Center provides case management, care planning and referrals to community services for seniors and their families.

Questions? Call 408-730-7360.

The Senior Center reopens Monday, May 3. We will host limited in-person programs by appointment only. You must be registered for a class or have an appointment and an activity pass to enter the facility.

Operating Hours

Opening Schedule

Activity Opening Date Operating Days Operating Hours
Senior Center Phone Monday, May 3 M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Front desk: In-person Class Registration, Membership Sales or Renewals Monday, May 3 M-F 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Aspen Fitness Room Monday, May 10 M-F 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cypress Fitness Room Monday, May 10 M-F 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Billiard Room Monday, May 10 M-F 9:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Computer Lab Monday, May 17 M-F 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Other Classes* Varies Varies Varies (see Activities)

Closed Saturdays, Sundays and City Holidays.

*Check the Older Adults section of the Activities Guide.


For adults 50 years and older, an annual membership provides free or discounted rates for select Senior Center services and activities.

Membership is REQUIRED to participate in specific activity appointments. It is not required for most classes or programs offered through the Senior Center when they become available.

Membership Type Membership Includes Fees*
  • Activity Email Newsletter
  • Billiard room access
  • Computer lab access
  • Discounts on Senior Center special events
$18 Resident
$22 Nonresident
Premium Basic Membership benefits plus: Fitness room access $28 Resident
$33 Nonresident

*Fees are prorated for 2021. Membership renewals begin in January.

Membership Status: Memberships purchased in 2020 have been extended through December 2021.

Become a Member

If you want to become a member or need to renew your prior membership, you must visit the Senior Center in-person during front desk hours. If you have a scheduled activity appointment, 1) visit the day prior to your appointment or 2) arrive at the front desk 20 minutes before your appointment.

COVID-19 Informed Consent

Prior to your first appointment at the Senior Center, you must visit the front desk and sign an updated Release, Waiver, Hold Harmless & COVID-19 Informed Consent Agreement.

Classes and Drop-in Activities


Find drop-in and preregistration classes for seniors in the Activity Guide

Drop-in Activities

Currently, activity appointments are available for Senior Center Members only. To become a member, see Membership.

Walking Group

Appointments and Passes - Required

Due to COVID-19 protocols, access to the Senior Center REQUIRES appointments and a VALID activity pass PRIOR to arrival.

IMPORTANT: Read about appointment requirements, activity passes and COVID-19 protocols - see Activity Appointments and Passes.

Make an appointment for a Senior Center Activity.

Care Management Services

Care management helps seniors and their families identify care and service needs. A primary goal is for seniors to maintain their independence and continue to live in their homes. Care managers connect individuals with services to support this goal.

Who is eligible?
Residents of the City of Sunnyvale, age 50 and above, are eligible. For homebound seniors care managers schedule home visits.

How does the program work?
Care managers are available by phone. The care manager can help with the following:

  • Assessment
  • Care planning
  • Service arrangements
  • Monitoring of the client

Care Management Program

What is the cost?
Eligible clients receive services at no cost.

Call to contact a Care Manager at 408-730-7360.

Last Updated: Apr 30, 2021