Until further notice, Tenth East Senior Center will remain closed during the COVID-19 opening phases; however, the Tenth East's meal program will still be available from 11:30am-1:00pm in a "drive-thru" fashion. For questions or to reserve a meal for the following day, please call Tenth East by 3:00pm at 385.468.3140.
To sign up for a senior center, please contact our outreach team at 385.468.3200
The Tenth East Senior Center is a Salt Lake County (SLCo) owned and operated facility. SLCo Aging & Adult Services provides the operating staff. The numerous activities supported by this center are staffed by countless volunteers.
History of the Tenth East Senior Center:
The first planned program of recreation for Salt Lake County Aging was initiated on October 11, 1955, at an open house in Salt Lake City Elk’s Boys and Girls Club. The original group of thirty seniors grew to seventy five. In June of 1956, Salt Lake City Commissioner, L.C. Romney, turned over the building at the Victory Tennis Club, then called the Jaycee Boys and Girls Club at 245 South 1000 East in Salt Lake City, for the exclusive use of older citizens.
Realizing the need for a larger facility, the Salt Lake Community Welfare Council, the Council on Aging, the Salt Lake County Commission and the Salt Lake City Parks Department worked together to make possible the opening of the now present Tenth East Senior Center on July 11, 1963.