The City of Royal Oak offers two beautiful community centers where mature adults aged 50 and better can enjoy opportunities for lifelong education, fitness, nutrition and leisure activities. Supportive services that promote independence and quality of life are available for residents who are 60 and over or permanently disabled.
There's something for everyone at these two great facilities. Pay us a visit, check out the monthly newsletter, and join some of our activities! Senior and handicapped transportation is available.
Jack and Patti Salter Community Center
See page 14 of the monthly newsletter for a list of activities.
1545 E Lincoln Avenue
Royal Oak MI 48067
(10 1/2 Mile Road, 1 block W of Campbell)
Hours: Mon-Thu 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Facility Rental Information is available. Additional services and programs are offered through the Senior / Community Center such as A.G.E., Meals, and R.O.S.E.S.
ROOTS Foundation Member
The Senior/Community Centers are members of the Royal Oak Opportunity To Serve Foundation (ROOTS), established by the city to accept donations and endowments for the improvement of civic institutions. Donations and bequests may be designated for specific projects at the Senior Center.