SeniorPlace

SeniorPlace is a subdivision of the Owatonna Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Owatonna. Come and visit SeniorPlace. Owatonna SeniorPlace is a place for leisure and recreational pursuits for adults over 50 years of age. We are located on the West Hills campus off of State Avenue.

SeniorPlace is a 'One-Stop Shop' for seniors with Healthy Seniors of Steele County, Semcac Senior Dining, Mobility Meals and of course SeniorPlace all under one roof.

Services

SeniorPlace offers:

  • AARP driver safety 
  • Arts and crafts
  • Billiards
  • Cards
  • Dancing and singing
  • Educational programs
  • Enrichment, friendship, fun and belonging
  • Exercise/health and wellness
  • Games
  • Sports and leisure activities
  • Travel

Live Full. Live Well. Live Long.

Mission

The mission of the Owatonna SeniorPlace is to involve, enrich and empower adults 50 years of age or better to live as independently as possible in our communities.

We do this by promoting the wellness of adults 50 years of age or better through recreational, educational and social opportunities as well as being a referral source for services available within our service area. Activities and programming of the center emphasize creating and maintaining independence in all phases of life.

Vision

It is our vision that we become an indispensable asset to boomers, seniors and our community by offering programs and services that enable boomers and seniors to live healthy and meaningful lives in their own homes within their community.

Winter Weather Closing

Bad weather may force closing and cancellations. If the weather looks uncertain, tune into your local radio station for information regarding the closing of Owatonna SeniorPlace. SeniorPlace follows the local school district's decision on closing; as soon as the Owatonna Public School District closes, all Center activities, programs and classes are cancelled.

Always remember to stay safe in this Minnesota weather. Roads and walkways may appear to be clear, but could be icy. If the weather looks uncertain, it is always better to be safe and stay home.