Culver City Senior & Social Services Goal
Our primary mission is to provide a variety of educational, recreational and social services that meet the needs and interests of seniors, residents with disabilities and all members of the general community. The numerous programs and services offered provide access to information and support as well as opportunities for participation in activities that lead to personal growth, improved health and enriching life experiences.
Recreation and Community Services Manager
The Culver City Senior Center is organized by five subdivisions and works with the CCSCA, Inc. Board in order to provide:
- Senior & Social Services including Human Relations, Administration and Programming and Special Events
- Senior Nutrition Services including Home Delivered and Congregate Meals.
- Disability & Social Services with resource and referral services to Paratransit Services including Culver City and Los Angeles County Taxi Coupon program, Dial-A-Ride Programs.
- Volunteer Program and serves as a site for volunteers.
Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 253-6711 (Fax)
Hours of Operation
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Membership registration hours
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday (all payments must be made by cash or check only)
Closed City Holidays
The Center first opened its doors in 1972 as an opportunity to provide valuable support services for seniors and disabled residents in order to improve their quality of life and assist them in remaining independent for as long as possible. The Center was first located at the Old Library, and after some time, the demand for more capacity became so great that Culver City and its citizens elected to construct a new building. Construction of the New Center began on August 2001 and the state-of-the-art facility was completed in January 2003. Today, the Center is a nationally recognized Senior Center with over 5,000 diverse members, who take part in over 100 activities and services, throughout the year. The American Association of Architects for Design Excellence Award winning Senior Center is equipped with a number of multipurpose and conference spaces used for a variety of activities including a patio, computer lab, fitness center, game and crafts rooms. In cases of emergencies, including disaster related situations, the site falls under the Culver City Emergency Services and Disaster Preparedness Plan as a shelter and cooling or heating station. The Culver City Senior Center is also a designated Focal Point by Los Angeles County, Area Agency On Aging.
All divisions of the Culver City Senior Center partner with the Culver City Senior Center Association, Inc. (CCSCA), a Non-Profit Organization formed on March 22, 1972. Membership to the CCSCA, a non-profit organization,
is open to individuals 50 years of age and over and is free for those 90 years or older.
Membership to the Culver City Senior Citizens Association Inc., a non-profit organization, is open to individuals 50 years of age and over. Membership is required to participate in most activities. Sign up at the Welcome Desk at the Senior Center. The annual fee is $20.00 for anyone 89 years of age and young and the annual fee is $5.00 for anyone 90 years of age and older.The annual fee is based on the calendar year (January through December). Please see our Monthly Newsletter for ongoing classes, seminars, presentations & events.
If you have any questions, please call the Senior Center at (310) 253-6700. Download the CCSCA Membership Form required to join CCSCA.
The Senior Center has a restricted parking lot and a parking pass is required. Members of the CCSCA can purchase an annual permit for $5.00.