Lakeview Senior Center
Please note: By emergency order, City of Irvine senior centers are closed until further notice. The Congregate Meal Program is now a delivery-only service to active, registered participants. This service will be offered in place of meal pick-up to discourage gathering members of the public in a central location, as outlined by the California Department of Public Health. This preventative measure is in response to mitigating the spread of COVID-19. The Irvine City Council and City staff offer our sincere apologies for this inconvenience. For more information on the Congregate Meal Program, please call the Senior Services & Community Support Hotline at 949-724-6926.
Irvine outdoor park spaces remain open for passive use by individuals while wearing a face covering. In accordance with state guidelines, gatherings of people from more than three households are prohibited, and individuals must maintain physical distance from others outside of their group. Playgrounds are open. Athletic outdoor spaces may be open for practices, games, and competitions with modifications. Learn more at the City Facility Updates webpage.
Lakeview Senior Center is a multi-use facility that offers classes and activities catered to people ages 50 and older. This facility includes a game room, meeting room, two multipurpose rooms, a craft room, an auditorium, a studio, a café, a kitchen, a patio, and a rose garden. Additionally, a picnic shelter is nearby in Mike Ward Community Park — Woodbridge. View details about rentable spaces within Lakeview Senior Center below.
The City of Irvine offers a variety of classes at Lakeview Senior Center, including dance, fitness, and music classes for those 50 and older; educational and health-focused lectures; computer trainings and assistance at the Computer Lab; and special lunches and social events at the Rose Garden Cafe.
For all programs and activities currently at Lakeview Senior Center, visit the Programs and Activities webpage here.