City of San Mateo Senior Center 2645 Alameda de Las Pulgas, San Mateo, CA94403 Operated by the city, the Senior Center is a hub of activity for San Mateo's 50-and-over residents. Built in 1990, the…More colonial-style structure offers a peaceful, airy and light-filled environment. The city website states, "On any given day at the Senior Center, there can be a dozen things happening from yoga classes to a history seminar, from bingo to billiards or mahjong. We even have chef prepared meals."
Rotary Haciendas Senior Apartments 2700 Hacienda St, San Mateo, CA94403 The Rotary Haciendas Senior Apartments offers affordable housing for low and moderate income seniors. The apartments…More consist of unfurnished studio, one- and two-bedroom units, and the complex features a community room, computer center and onsite laundry facilities.
Central Recreation Center 50 E 5th Ave, San Mateo, CA94401 Central Recreation Center hosts the San Mateo branch of Self-Help for the Elderly, a Bay Area-wide social-service…More nonprofit that provides nutrition, caregiver support and many other services for seniors. Though the nonprofit began in San Francisco's Chinatown serving Chinese-American seniors, its services are open to all. The San Mateo location is in Central Park, toward the back of the park next to the Japanese Garden. It is disabled-friendly and well served by public transit.
The Stratford 601 Laurel Ave, San Mateo, CA94401 Located across San Mateo Central Park, The Stratford is a ten story apartment complex for seniors. It has several…More amneties including a fitness center, library, spa and salon. Services range from dog walking to housekeeping to massage therapy. Residences are customized and a spacious lobby provides ample social space.
The Peninsula Family YMCA is a community center that offers educational, social and recreational programs for…More families. The center offers low-cost programming and fitness classes that employ a fitness center, a pool, a basketball court, a Pilates studio, a weight room and a child care center. The YMCA offers classes in cycling, pool aerobics, body sculpting, stretching, abs, aerobics, yoga, kick boxing, stepping and more. Special classes are offered to senior citizens as well.
The YMCA’s youth programs focus on skill building, relationship building, community involvement, safety and participation. The center offers indoor youth sports programs for children ages 3 to 11. The center also hosts ballet and martial arts classes for kids. Online registration and a schedule for programs and classes are available on the YMCA’s website.
Under new ownership since May 2009, this restaurant has much to offer: beautiful surroundings, located on the banks…More of the Poplar Creek, at the Coyote Point Park and the golf course; plenty of parking; easy access to Highway 101; tables next to the large windows or on the patio; a menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a weekend brunch menu; a banquet hall; a full bar and a very friendly staff.
The banquet facility is welcoming parties of up to 200 guests. Poplar Creek Grill also serves the community through the Senior Lunch Program. Three times per week, Executive Chef Dan Billo prepares the menu for the San Mateo Senior Center.