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North Seattle COVID-19 Update 3/17/2020

Lake City Seniors Update-

March 17th, 2020

Due to recent closures of the Lake City Community Center, starting Monday March 16th Lake City Seniors will help Hunger intervention Program serve to-go meals out of the Lake City Community Center’s parking lot. There will be no seating and no tables available. We are encouraging individuals to take the meal home or to a different location to eat them. We will continue this model until further notice. Lake City Seniors will continue essential programs listed below.


  • Community Dining – To-go lunches are available between 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m from the Lake City Community Center’s Parking Lot.
  • Hyde shuttle may be able to help with food delivers please call 206-707-1865.
  • Social Workers are continuing outreach and will have office hours for individuals as needed.
  • Staff will be holding reassurance calls for any participants that would like one, to sign-up please call 206-707-1865 or email

Lake City Senior staff are working diligently to provide services to our Lake City Seniors. Please call 206-268-6740 or email if you have any questions or need support.


North Seattle COVID-19 Update 3/5/2020

After much consultation, and in consideration of Public Health guidelines related to reducing the spread of COVID-19, as well as to ensure everyone’s safety and health, we have decided to cancel all of our non-essential programs at Lake City Community Center as of Monday March 9th for the duration of March, or until further notice.

For the time being we will keep our doors open for minimal social services provision as well as to-go meals, but no group lunch or group classes, workshops, etc. will be held.

Public Health Update 


Living with Memory Loss: In Our Own Words

Out of the desire to be advocates, members of The Gathering Place program who are living with memory loss, chose to create this short documentary, Living with Memory Loss: In Our Own Words.

On Monday, November 18th from 1-2pm, a social worker from the Greenwood Senior Center will be screening the documentary followed by a discussion.

Lake City Community Center
12531 28th Ave NE
(Next to the Lake City Library)

Get Your Regional Reduced Fare Permit Card

In partnership with Seattle Department of TransportationHopelink and King County Metro Transit, Lake City Seniors will be a host site for Regional Reduced Fare Permits (RRFP) education. Staff will be available to provide information, support registrants and answer questions.