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Senior Centers

City of Tacoma Senior Centers are Temporarily Closed 

Due to the increased health risk from COVID-19 to people over the age of 60 and in compliance with Washington State's Roadmap to Recovery Plan and Tacoma Pierce County Health Department guidelines, the senior centers are temporarily closed.


Take Home Meals are Available at Senior Centers

"To Go" meals are available to seniors (age 60 years and older) from the center Monday through Friday from 12 – 12:15 PM. Delivery also may be arranged within Tacoma city limits. To register for meals, call (253) 474-1200.


The food is provided by Catholic Community Services through a grant from the Older Americans Act. The Older Americans Act sets the policy on cost of meals, eligibility, and menu guidelines. Eligible seniors are encouraged to pay up to the $3 per day for meals; however no senior will be denied a meal due to inability to pay.


About Tacoma's Senior Activity Centers

The City funds Korean Women's Association (KWA) to manage operations at both senior activity centers, which are owned by the City.


Beacon Activity Center

415 South 13th
Tacoma, WA 98402
(253) 301-3369


Beacon Center is on the corner of South 13th & Fawcett. There is an entrance on either street. The Center is two blocks down the hill from Tacoma Avenue or six blocks up the hill from Pacific Avenue in downtown Tacoma.


Lighthouse Activity Center
5016 A Street
Tacoma, WA 98408
(253) 426-1282


Lighthouse Center is in the middle of the block on A Street, one block east of Pacific Avenue.

Contact Information


Senior Centers

Vicky McLaurin

Program Manager

(253) 591-5058



Aging and Disability Resource Center

(253) 798-4600
(800) 562-0332