City of Thousand Oaks Resource Directory for Older Adults
The Council on Aging is pleased to present the inaugural edition of the City of Thousand Oaks Resource Directory for Older Adults. We hope this is a valuable resource to residents. While note exhaustive, it is designed to aid you and your loved ones to navigate and connect with many of resources available in Thousand Oaks and Ventura County.
If you would like to pick up printed copies of the Resource Directory or would like your nonprofit organization to be considered for a future Resource Directory listing, please email CouncilonAging@toaks.org.
Ways to get Involved with the Council on Aging
1. Attend an upcoming Council on Aging Meeting
All older adults and the public are invited to attend regular Council on Aging Commission Meetings. Meetings are held at 1:30pm on the first Thursday of each month between September - June at the Civic Arts Plaza 3rd Floor, Board Room, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. The FY 2023-24 Meeting Schedule is located here.
Agendas are posted a minimum of 72 hours prior to the meeting. Access the current agenda and summary notes by clicking here. Previous agendas and summary notes are available in the City's Imaging System.
2. Serve as a Council on Aging Commissioner
The Council on Aging serves as an advisory body to the City Council on matters concerning older adults. The Council on Aging consists of nine (9) members who serve two-year, staggered terms.
The application period opens every spring. To be eligible to apply, applicants must be City residents and 60 years of age or older. All eligible applicants will be invited to interview as part of the standard review process.
The Council on Aging application period is currently scheduled to open March 12, 2024. Details on how to apply will be posted at that time.
Have questions or want additional information? Email CouncilonAging@toaks.org
|Quick Links to Local Senior Resources
Agendas posted 72 hours in advance of meetings
Goebel Senior & Adult Center
Senior Nutrition Lunch