Council on Aging



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.


COA Staff / Contact Information

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

Maynard Senior Center
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 – 3pm
Van operating hours – 7am – 3pm  (van details)


Senior Center

Please visit our 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 Services


Read more about the COA Van’s daily services.


Transportation Survey

The Town of Maynard is conducting a transportation needs survey of residents and employees who do not currently drive or have access to a car. Your input will help us understand your travel patterns, and need for transportation, and help us plan better solutions. Completing the survey should take 10 minutes. Feel free to share this with others.


Winter’s On Its Way: Energy Resources

Citizens Energy Heat Assistance (Joe4Oil)
(617) 338-6300

Good Neighbor Energy Fund (Salvation Army)
(800) 334-3047

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
(800) 632-8175

SMOC (South Middlesex Opportunity Council)
300 Howard Street
Framingham, MA 01702
(508) 620-1230

Mass Save
(800) 632-8300

Discount Rates on Utilities

National Grid Low Income Electric Services

National Grid Low Income Gas Services

Eversource Discount Rate Application

Joe-4-Oil Citizens Energy Discount Program


Council Members

  • Anita Dolan
  • Angelina Flannery
  • C. David Hull
  • Diane Wasiuk
  • Paul Guthrie

Council on Aging Board Meetings

The Council on Aging Board meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of the month at 2:00 via Zoom. 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 Council on Aging and State Representative Kate Hogan publish monthly newsletters covering a wide variety of senior-related information.

Visit our Senior Center page to see current and back issues of these newsletters.