Council on Aging

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Council on Aging Senior Service Survey is now closed. 

Thank you to everyone who participated!

Senior of the Year Nominations are now closed.

Please visit Senior Program Information for additional resources. 

Council on Aging Purpose

To serve as an advisory body to the City Council on matters concerning senior adults in the community. Council on Aging and the City coordinate several events for seniors in the community. The Council on Aging also oversees the planning and implementation of the City Senior Adult Master Plan and reports to City Council annually.

The Committee consists of nine Commissioners, 55 years of age or older, serving 2-year rotating terms. City residency is required of all members.

Members: Nine Commissioners (must be 55 years of age or older) and a City resident. Commissioners serve two year terms.

APPLY:   This City will be accepting applications for this Commission in 2021. 

Meetings: Monthly, excluding July and August.

2020/21 Council on Aging Commissioners

  • Stephanie Belding
  • Jeffrey Bert 
  • Dr. William Bleuel
  • Gail Ginell
  • Rossanna Guerra
  • Patricia Lownes
  • John Posta
  • Karen Sylvester
  • Thelma Williams

Council on Aging Meetings and Guest Speakers

The Council on Aging conducts public meetings live streamed on TOTV YouTube channel on the 1st Wednesday of each month.

You may view this meeting Live on  YouTube at: CTO Meetings. Please Subscribe

If you would like to speak during public comments, please email no later than 11:00 a.m. the day of the meeting and indicate you would like to speak at the meeting. You will be emailed information explaining how to join and speak at the meeting. 

On-Demand Meeting Replays of past meetings and speakers:  Past Meeting Videos are archived for viewing.

Cable Television Channel Meeting Replays:  TOTV

Senior of the Year Awards Ceremony and Social

Thousand Oaks is fortunate to have 1,200 senior adult volunteers who contribute their time and energy to aid over 80 non-profit agencies, schools and community organizations. Each year, senior adults donate approximately 275,000 volunteer hours, providing much needed support to the Thousand Oaks community.

Each year, the City of Thousand Oaks Council on Aging (COA) dedicates an event to honor senior volunteers through the annual Senior of the Year Awards Ceremony and Social. The COA accepts  nominations for “Senior of the Year” from January through March.  Please visit Senior Services Resources for more information.

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