Due to the directives contained in the Governor's Declarations of Emergency for the State of California (Executive Orders N-25-20 and N-29-20), advertised dates for classes and programming may be changed, cancelled or postponed.
Classes and Programs
Click here to view all of our classes and programs.
Ontario Senior Center
While the Ontario Senior Center remains closed to the public, many alternative options are available for referrals, food options, on-line and virtual participation and contact with others through the Senior Living Newsletter and PALS program. Call the Senior Hotline at (909) 395-2021 Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM to stay connected.
Adult Protective Services
The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is a San Bernardino County Agency dedicated to helping seniors. During the heat of the summer, this program can provide a fan for those seniors sheltering in place in their homes. To find out more, visit hss.sbcounty.gov or call (909) 891-3900.
Senior Meals are available for "drive-thru" pick up from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM, Monday-Friday. To participate, seniors must be 60 years or older, a resident of Ontario and complete a short intake form. For more information, please contact the Senior Hotline at (909) 935-2021.
BUSES AND SHUTTLES
(800) 966-6428 or (909) 379-7100
(909) 384-9351 TDD
Amtrak Passenger Platform
198 E. Emporia Street
Ontario, CA 91764
(800) 523-6590 TDD
East Ontario Station
3330 E. Francis Street
Ontario, CA 91761
(800) 698-4833 TDD
Welcome to our new City of Ontario’s Senior Living Newsletter!
During this unprecedented time, as a city it is our goal to continue to keep everyone informed with the most up-to-date information on what is happening in our city. Enhancing the quality of life and connecting community is an important aspect of the Recreation & Community Services Department, and it is important to know that no one is alone in this. We are all in this together, and we are Ontario Strong!