HBCOA 714.374.1524 • SENIOR CENTER IN CENTRAL PARK 714.536.5600 •  HOAG HEALTH & WELLNESS PAVILION 714.374.1578 • TRANSPORTATION 714.374.1742



Active Aging for Seniors

Active Aging is the process of taking part in a variety of activities in order to optimize wellness and enhance quality of life as you age. The Active Aging movement is important for all people because it extends healthy life expectancy and quality of life. Social participation and social support are strongly associated with good health and well-being throughout life. Participation in physical, social, culture and spiritual activities allows older adults to continue to exercise their competence, maintain positive relationships, and improve their overall wellness.

Programming at the Senior Center in Central Park

As of Tuesday, May 18, Orange County has moved into the Yellow Tier, part of the State’s reopening plan. This allows for 50% of capacity in classrooms and the Hoag Health and Wellness Pavilion. Reservations are required in the Pavilion, until further notice. Currently, all classes are taking place in the Parkview Room at the Center or outdoors. Summer classes are currently being scheduled at the Center with 50% capacities. Summer classes begin June 21.
Check www.hbsands.org for class schedules and registration. Social Services including transportation, home delivered meals, and care management are being provided. Meals on Wheels Orange County distributes frozen meals on Tuesday from 11am – noon. Please check www.hbcoa.org for updates. For more information contact the Senior Center, 714-536-5600.

You can sign up for Covid-19 vaccine appointments at www.othena.com. For updated vaccine information visit www.hbready.com

Spring program registration begins March 9th

Register for classes here.

Due to the unknown nature of COVID-19, summer programming is subject to change. Please refer to hbsands.org for activity updates.

PLEASE NOTE: Community Centers and City Hall will be closed until further notice. Only online, mail-in, and dropbox registration will be accepted. Physical dropbox for cash and check payment is located at City Hall, at the northwest side (across from the Police Station).

Mail-in registrations are payable by check only. Credit cards are no longer accepted via mail-in registration, and registration is not permitted over the phone. In-person registration will resume once Community Centers and City Hall re-open to the public.

Registration for spring classes is scheduled as follows:

  • Registration for in-person activities/programs begins 14 days before the activity start date at 8 am.
  • Registration for online activities/programs begins Tuesday, March 9, at 8 am.
  • Registration for events begins 60 days before the event date at 8 am.


To register for classes offered with the City of Huntington Beach, please visit hbsands.org.