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For Langley Senior Center general information during the COVID-19 Safer at Home order, please call 626-307-1395, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., or call direct for one of the services below.

Virtual recreation classes : Registration begins Tuesday, September 1, 2020 for Fall Classes. Classes will be held via Zoom. There are no in-person classes at this time. Click here to register. 

Senior Lunch Program:
The City of Monterey Park continues to work with Los Angeles County and the YWCA Intervale San Gabriel Valley to provide meals to Monterey Park residents. Contact Langley Center at 626-307-1395 for current details about the program and to register. Seniors 60 years and older must be registered with Los Angeles County Area Agency on Aging to qualify for the lunch program.

Meals-on-Wheels: The Meals-on-Wheels program offers home delivery meals to homebound seniors 60 years and up. Frozen meals are delivered at your door once a week to enjoy at home. For more information on this program, please contact the YWCA Intervale San Gabriel Valley at 626-214-9467 or  click here.​​
Restaurant Delivered Meals: FEMA-funded program that will assist older adults and other eligible individuals who are socially isolated and unable to cook their own meals. People interested in receiving meals through this program can apply online or call 2-1-1.

Dial-A-Ride Transportation Services: The city continues to recognize Dial-A-Ride services as an essential program for our senior residents. Dial-A-Ride services will remain available at 626-307-1396 Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. with the following modification to ensure public safety: Rides will only be provided for essential trips to medical facilities, grocery stores or local pharmacies. 

Dial-A-Taxi Supplemental Transportation Services: The city's Dial-A-Taxi service is also available 24 hours,7 days a week for senior residents. Residents must complete an application and provide proof of residency (State issued ID Card or Utility Bill) and one-time $5.00 registration fee. Due to the COVID-19 emergency declaration, applications will be issued on a need basis to ensure transportation services are met. If you have any questions or would like an application form, please call the Dispatcher at 626-307-1396.

City of Monterey Park coronavirus/COVID-19 information.

LA County food resources.

Langley Senior Center

The Recreation and Community Services Department offers an array of Senior Services. Most activities are based out of the Langley Center, located at 400 West Emerson Avenue, Monterey Park CA 91754. 

Langley Center provides a variety of opportunities for seniors to participate in learning classes for personal growth and development. Special recreation events and informational programs are scheduled throughout the year. Activities at the Langley Center include: daily lunch program, fitness programs, free health screenings and case management services.

Langley Center Services

Commission on Aging

The Commission on Aging meets every third Monday of the month at 11:00 a.m. at the Langley Center. The Commission on Aging is responsible for defining the needs of the senior community and advises the City Council regarding the problems and services relating to the senior citizens of Monterey Park. The commission also serves as a liaison to other agencies and commissions on matters relating to senior programs and community events.

Staff Liaisons:

Ben Herrera, Recreation Supervisor email: 
Memo Chavez, Program Coordinator email: