The Southborough Senior Center provides the town’s seniors with a variety of activities, services and events. This website is designed to familiarize you with many of our scheduled programs and also to provide information that may help you in everyday life. There is also access some other interesting informational links.

If you would like to speak to a staff member, share information or have any questions or concerns, please call our center at 508-229-4453. We hope you enjoy all the benefits this website has to offer.

Calendar

Calendar

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our full Calendar
of Events
Senior Songsters Show

"On The Road Again"

May 10th ‐ 12:00noon at  the Senior Center

Lunch will be available - boxed meals, desert & drink

more info here...

Please sign up at the front desk of the Senior Center or call (508) 229-4453

 

What's New for Winter 2017...

View all Events Here...

 
Meals on Wheels Drivers needed for Southborough
  • If you can spare a few hours a week, every other week, or even once a month to deliver meals to seniors in Southborough we would appreciate your help.

  • Please contact the Meals on Wheels program at Baypath Elder Services - 508-573-7200
 
Southborough Home Emergency Access Program

The Southborough Fire Department has established a new emergency access program supporting homeowners in the community of Southborough using the new Knox® HomeBox™ Single Key Vault. This will provide the Fire Department a rapid access system to your home during an emergency without forcing entry.

For detailed information on the program, plus info about the Knox® HomeBox™ Single Key Vault, please Click HERE.

 
Handicapped Parking Placards

Disabled Parking Placards and Plates have changed for 2017. You can apply for disability placards and/or plates at the MASS RMV (Click here for information and forms)

Disability Plates are issued to qualified Massachusetts residents who are primary owners of a registered passenger vehicle or a motorcycle. A holder of a passenger vehicle Disability Plate may be entitled to a Temporary Disabled Placard. A person must demonstrate "good cause" or need for the placard in writing to the Medical Affairs. "Good cause" is interpreted as a valid reason why the plate cannot be used and duration of the need.

You can also stop by the Senior Center for an application.

 
   
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