Council on Aging

Director:  Amy Loveless, LICSW
Principal Clerk: Patricia Kozik
Van Driver: Janine Parker

50 Brown Street
Maynard, MA 01754
(Maynard Golf Course building)

Office Phone: 978-897-1009
Van Line: 978-844-6809 (CrossTown Connect Dispatch)
Hours: 9am – 1pm  (9am-3pm starting in September)
Van operating hours – 7:30 am – 3:30 pm  (van details)


Our Mission

It is the mission of the Maynard Council on Aging to promote and support healthy aging for the town’s senior citizens. We will seek to assist seniors maintain dignity, independence and physical and psycho-social well-being through programs and services designed for them and their care givers.


Council Meetings

The Council on Aging Board meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at 9:00 a.m. at the Maynard Council on Aging & Senior Center.  These are open meetings – come one and come all! It’s a great opportunity to hear what’s currently happening at the Senior Center and what’s on the horizon. The purpose of the COA Board is to support the services of the Council on Aging through various means of determining the needs of the seniors in the community at large. The greater the attendance at these meetings increases the opportunity for better programs and activities.

  • Next Council Meeting is Dec 3, 10:30am, Senior Center (Brown Street) [Agenda]

Senior Center and Van Services

Please visit our new online Senior Center site for the latest news about Senior Center events and services.   You can also find the Senior Center on the Town website menu under Resources.

COA Van Trips

Read more about the COA Van’s daily services.

Oct 27, 2015: Hurray!  We have a new van!





COA Newsletter

A newsletter for coa-newsletter-oct-2015Maynard’s Senior Citizens

rep-hogan-news-thumbRep. Hogan Senior News

Senior Citizen Emergency Database Program

help-phoneThe Town of Maynard Public Safety Communications Department (Police and Fire Dispatch) has initiated a new program to assist seniors living in the Town of Maynard.  Having seniors in our community that do not have family or friends checking up on them regularly has led the public safety department to develop a “Senior Citizen Emergency Database Program”.

This program allows the public safety communications department to document in a computer database the names of senior citizens, where they reside, and important contact information. In addition, information concerning current medications and potential special needs during an unusual inclement weather event or natural disaster will be on file.

Visit the Maynard Police Department website to learn more about (and sign up for) this program.