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 Via Training Session at the Community Center

 

 West Sacramento residents learn to use the new rideshare app, Via during a training event at the Community Center. Attendees were given the opportunity to create accounts, become more informed about routes, locations, pick-up times, and how this service could benefit seniors and those needing alternative transportation.

2018 Senior Resource Fair

More than 100 people showed up at the West Sacramento Community Center for the Senior Resource Fair. Attendees were treated to free blood pressure check ups, tours of the Community Center, and other activities including fraud prevention tips from the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office. Special thanks to Bryte and Broderick Community Action Network and West Sacramento Parks and Recreation.

Club 55 Classes

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Generation Tech Camp

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As part of West Sacramento’s Age Friendly Action Plan, students were paired with seniors to teach essential computer and smart phone skills at the Arthur F. Turner Community Library. The classes allowed seniors to increase connectivity with the community and advance their intergenerational scope.


About Age-Friendly West Sacramento

Age-Friendly West Sacramento

As a member of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, the City created a plan that contains specific goals for assuring that West Sacramento is a place where residents can be safe, productive and happy at every stage of their lives. Use this site to learn more about the City’s Age-Friendly efforts and resources! 

Questions? Please contact: 

Jon Robinson
Deputy City Manager
(916) 617-4511
Jonr@Cityofwestsacramento.org