The Camarillo City Council recognized a significant population of people above
the age of 60, who constitute an essential part of the community, reside in the
City. Seeing a need to provide specific services and assistance to these senior citizens, the City Council, in 1978, formed an advisory body for the purpose of providing
a mechanism for senior residents to make formal recommendations on
matters of concern to them to the City Council and the Area Agency on Aging. The Council on Aging meets Monthly on the 3nd Tuesday each month, except December
(see the Agenda below for meeting time and location). For information regarding agencies and other organizations offering services for seniors, see the Senior Resource Guide in the right hand panel.
Camarillo Council on Aging (CCOA)
The CCOA was created by the City Council, but the City Council does not appoint its board members. They are elected by the CCOA membership.
INTERESTED IN SERVING ON THE CAMARILLO COUNCIL ON AGING?
The Camarillo Council on Aging is seeking candidates to serve on the executive board for two-year terms beginning July 1. Three of the five board positions are available in the election, which will be held at the board meeting on May 20, 2014, 12:00 p.m., at the Camarillo Health Care District, 3639 E. Las Posas Road, Building H-Classroom, Camarillo, CA 93010. Candidates need not be seniors. Interest and expertise in senior matters and being a resident of ZIP codes 93010 through 93012 are the primary requirements. Applications (link below) must be received by May 1.