SALT LAKE CITY– After a long wait, senior centers in Salt Lake County will be open to the public starting on April 19. Senior residents will be able to attend Aging and Adult Services (AAS) programs in person with some COVID-19 regulations, including social distancing and the use of masks.
“We are looking forward to seeing our patrons again at the centers, but we plan to continue services like the Virtual Senior Center and drive-thru meals,” said Paul Leggett, Division Director for Salt Lake County Aging & Adult Services.
Residents who would like to participate in-person must pre-register for classes prior to attending. Reservations are also required for the fitness rooms, billiards rooms, computer labs, and pickleball courts. Additionally, patrons must reserve a slot if they would like to dine indoors.
To sign up for services, call (385) 468-3200.
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