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Alcosta Senior and Community Center 

Front entrance ASCC 


9300 Alcosta Boulevard, San Ramon, CA 94583

Monday – Friday
8:30am-5:00pm
(925) 973-3250

 

History

In 1991, the San Ramon Senior Center Parks and Gardens was constructed as part of the Senior Center Master Plan and opened on April 11, 1992. Phase 1 included an 8,300 square foot building, a 4,000 square feet community garden area which included 78 raised beds. In 1997, a 1,000 square foot addition was added to the southern end of the building adding a pool room and additional square footage to the meeting room.
In June 2001, the Senior Park was completed which included a gazebo, bocce courts, horseshoe pits, croquet, shuffleboard, inlaid games tables, memorial brick pavilion, and two bridges over the natural creek bed connecting the park with the current Senior Center.

In 2008, the final phase of the 1991 Senior Center Master Plan, the South end of the building, was competed. This final phase included a 4,700 square foot addition to the building, remodeling of the existing building, the South end parking lot, and relocation of the Community Gardens.

The Center is a bustling hub of activity for adults ages 55 and older. It is a place for socialization, fun, and growth. Come visit and you’ll know what we mean!

Why Should I Come to the San Ramon Alcosta Senior and Community Center?

  • I can participate in a variety of classes and leisure activities
  • I can travel on day trips
  • I can watch a movie with friends twice a month
  • I can enjoy a nutritious lunch Monday - Friday for only $3
  • I have opportunities to volunteer at the Center
  • I can use the computer lab daily for a nominal fee
  • I can work with a volunteer computer docent
  • I can spend time in one of the lounges - places to read, do puzzles, play games or enjoy the camaraderie of others
  • I can ride the Center's van to and from the Center for only $3 each way for San Ramon Residents or $2 for Encore Members
  • I can receive a copy of the Encore, the Center's quarterly newsletter
  • I can receive free housing information
  • I can get free health screenings and information at the Annual Health & Wellness Resource Fair
  • I can get free help with my taxes during tax time (February - April) by appointment
  • I can shop for handmade treasures made by the Boutique group

Alcosta Senior and Community Center Behavior Guidelines

Purpose
The Alcosta Senior and Community Center is an independent, activity center for adults where staff is dedicated to promoting a safe, welcoming, dignified, and positive environment for all. The Behavior Guidelines Policy is meant to establish expectations for the behavior of all participants who utilize the services provided by the City of San Ramon. For the safety and benefit of all participants, the following Behavior Guidelines Policy will be observed.

Policy
A. Participants in Alcosta Senior and Community Center Activities Shall:
• Treat other participants and staff respectfully and courteously.
• Treat others in the same manner you would like to be treated.
• Adhere to the City of San Ramon Parks and Community Services Code of Conduct.

B. Behavior that Constitutes Violation of this Policy Includes:
• Loud, disruptive, obscene, hateful, or abusive language.
• Making threats or demonstrating threatening behavior, verbally or in writing, to participants or staff.
• Violation of smoking ordinances inside and outside of the building.
• Defacing or destroying any City property.
• Unwelcome or inappropriate contact with others.
• Lack of personal cleanliness and proper hygiene.
• Activities that negatively affect the health or enjoyment of others.
• Racial, religious, or sexual harassment of participants or staff.
• Physical altercations with participants or staff.
• Removal of City property without permission.
• Participating in activities while under the adverse influence of alcohol or drugs.
• Animals within the facility that do not meet the requirements as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
• Committing or attempting to commit any activity that would constitute a violation of any federal, state, or local criminal statute or ordinance.

Consequences of Policy Violation
Violation(s) of this policy may result in progressive intervention up to and including the suspension or removal of participant(s) from activities.

The Program Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that this policy is maintained. Any questions or comments concerning this policy should be directed to the Program Supervisor.

The Alcosta Senior and Community Center’s programs are for adults who are independent and can care for their own personal needs. There is no medical staff on site. Participants are welcome to bring an attendant or caregiver with them in order to enjoy the Center.