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 within the same household, while wearing a face covering and maintaining physical distance from others outside of their household. Playgrounds are open. No gatherings, no interaction between households, and no drop-in use for games, scrimmages, practices, or organized play of any kind. 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.