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Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens Is on the Move

Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens is on the MoveAfter 10 years in the same location, the Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens (MOSC) has moved—but not far! The office has been on the 3rd floor of the Central Building (810 3rd Avenue, in downtown Seattle) for over a decade. In late May, it moved one flight up, to the 4th floor.

Services at the Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens include:

  • Employment Resource Center—helping people age 55+ to find employment.
  • Computer Technology Training—the Seniors Training Seniors Program helps job seekers to upgrade and refine their MS Office Suite skills and provides Computer Basics at five locations in Seattle.
  • Resource Specialist—connects older adults with programs and services.
  • Coffee Hours—monthly conversations with public officials provide opportunities for individuals to ask questions and share their opinions.
  • Special discounts—provided through the Gold Card for Healthy Aging (for people age 60 and up) and the FLASH—Fun Leisure Access Savings and Health—Card (for residents age 18 to 59 who have disabilities).

For more information about resources at the Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens, call 206-684-0500, e-mail or visit



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