On May 7, the Douglas County Senior Center will be hosting what could be its last drive-through celebration of the coronavirus outbreak in honor of Mother's Day.That's because three days later the senior center will be fully open along with the dining hall.
The Douglas County Community & Senior Center, located at 1329 Waterloo Lane, Gardnerville will fully open the Senior Center doors to all seniors and the public on May 10.
The Senior Center will open with safety precautions in place to help keep residents and guests healthy and safe and in a clean environment. The reopening plan requires:
1) Temperature checks when entering the building
2) Mask wearing when entering the building and while in public spaces unless actively exercising, eating, or drinking
3) Senior participants are encouraged to be vaccinated, however being vaccinated is not required.
Senior Center Programs & Services
In-person congregate dining will resume May 10 at the following locations:
Other re-opening news includes:
"The Community Services Department will continue additional sanitation protocols and cleaning measures," center officials said. "The staff is eagerly preparing for the much-awaited reopening of the Douglas County Senior Center and thoroughly excited to welcome back all the Douglas County seniors, families and guests into the facilities."
It is strongly advised that if a person does not feel well, please stay home.
For additional information, please call the Douglas County Community & Senior Center at 775-782-5500 option 3.