Set to Open June 1, Anyone in Building Needs to Wear Mask
The City of Midwest City is coordinating with local healthcare providers and the OKC County Health Department to ensure the safety of the community. “We are taking concerns about COVID-19 seriously, following the news about it closely and staying in contact with the OKC County Health Department," said City Manager Tim Lyon.
“Based on the latest information, we are making some changes to protect the health and safety of our citizen customers as well as our staff,” Lyon said. “We are taking extra steps to clean and disinfect surfaces in our buildings and public facilities.” Lyon also said city employees have been advised to stay home if they have a cold or the flu and the City is asking their residents to do the same.
Senior Center is temporarily closing beginning March 13, 2020 in an effort to follow the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendations that persons 60 years old and older avoid unnecessary contact with crowds. All center classes are suspended. The AARP Tax Preparation program at the Senior Center has been discontinued for the remainder of the 2020 tax season.
Do you or someone you know currently participate in the senior nutrition meal program? Call 405-949-2709 to schedule your meals and pick up time!
The Midwest City Senior Center is a safe place of fun, community, and life shared with others. We offer programs, classes, events, and activities for citizens, age 55 and older, who have a common interest in fellowship, leisure pursuits, and mutual respect for one another.
The Center encourages involvement, ideas, and input from all senior citizens.
The Senior Center follows the Mid-Del school calendar during inclement weather. If Mid-Del Schools are closed, the Center will also be closed.
The Center will also be closed for the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Friday after Thanksgiving
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas Day