Senior Programs

  1. Kudos to Oscar Guerrero

    Oscar Guerrero graduated from NMSU on May 16, 2020, earning his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Read on...
  2. Senior Programs Continues Drive-Through and Home-Delivered Meal Service Until Further Notice

    The City of Las Cruces Senior Programs will continue to follow the Governor’s ‘stay-at-home’ order until further notice to combat the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to provide essential meal services, Read on...
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For nearly 40 years, the City of Las Cruces has been committed to serving the needs of its elder citizens. Today, Senior Programs is recognized for its wide range of quality programs and services for adults age 50 and older. Our staff, volunteers and members work together to provide the largest range of programs for seniors in Las Cruces.

We serve more than 1,600 individuals a year, have more than 16,000 members and benefit from the skills of more than 250 volunteers.

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Annual Reports

Check out the Senior Programs' annual reports.

Fiscal Year Annual Reports. Annual reports are available by the third quarter of the following year. For example, the 2015 to 2016 annual report will be available sometime in the last three months of 2017.

Senior Centers

See senior center locations and hours of operations.

The Messenger

Check out our monthly publication, The Messenger, to see what's happening in Senior Programs today!

Additional Information

If you have any question or comments, please call us at 575-528-3000.