High Risk and Very High Risk Heat Impacts throughout CA Friday 9/4 to Tuesday 9/8

A significant warming trend will bring High Risk to Very High Risk heat impacts for much of the state through next week. Poor overnight recovery is expected across the Central Valley and Southern California. This heat event is similar to the event in mid-August with near-record high temperatures possible. However, the National Weather Service Regional Operations Center has noted that it is possible that max temperatures may not get quite as hot as currently forecasted due to smoke from the fires.

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Dept. of Aging & Element3 Partnership -- FREE Virtual Clubs

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All senior centers served by the Los Angeles Department of Aging are closed to the public until further notice. In the meantime:


For more information, please check out our COVID-19 General Information and/or our COVID-19 Updates.

Most of our direct services and programs are provided through our Multipurpose Senior Centers (MPCs) located throughout the City of Los Angeles. For additional resources, you can visit our Additional Services Page . To find the MPC that serves your community or have questions regarding our programs and services, you can:

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  • Nutrition Program
  • Social & Recreational Activities
  • Care Management
  • Transportation
  • In Home Assistance
  • Wellness Education & Screening

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Congregate Meal Sites Will Close Effective 3/16/20

The County and City of Los Angeles operate 180 congregate meal sites. All congregate meal sites will close effective Monday, March 16, 2020.
To ensure older adults continue to receive critically-needed meals, we will distribute packaged and frozen meals for older adults at our meal sites, with some locations starting Monday, March 16 and others starting later this week. See here for a map with detailed plans for each meal site.


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