Liberty Community Center Scheduled to Re-Open June 1
With the outlined occupancy restrictions and concerns with high touch facilities and amenities, the Liberty Community Center is tentatively scheduled to open on Monday, June 1. However, we also recognize that this situation is fluid and may need to be amended.
To stay up to date on City of Liberty actions related to COVID-19, please visit www.libertymissouri.gov/COVID19
The Liberty Community Services division offers support services and a variety of social activities and programs to the seniors of our community. A dedicated and caring staff provides participants with referral services when needed.
To learn more, please select the service or program you are interested in and you will be directed for more details.
Silver Center: The Liberty Silver Center, located in the Liberty Community Center, is a place where older adults (60+) come to socialize, participate in activities and special events, and enjoy a hot nutritious meal.
Liberty Access Bus: Offering transportation for adults 60 and older to doctor appointments, the grocery store, pharmacy and Silver Center to those within the city limits of Liberty free of charge. Physically challenged individuals (ages 18-59) who do not have access to their own transportation may also utilize Liberty Access for a nominal fee.
Meals on Wheels: Liberty Meals on Wheels delivers much more than just a meal to its recipients. At the core of our service is a nutritious meal, friendly visit and safety check for seniors living within the city limits of Liberty. Meals are delivered by our amazing group of permanent and substitute volunteer drivers who donate their lunch break to help recipients in need.
Day Trips: Experience the Kansas City Metro with other members of the Liberty Community through Day Trips with Liberty Parks & Rec. Transportation via the Liberty Access Bus from the Liberty Community Center to various restaurants, attractions, museums, businesses and more is provided so you're able to sit back and enjoy the ride.
Techy Teens and Savvy Seniors: Do you need a little (or a lot) of help with your handheld electronics? Techy Teens at Liberty North High School are eager to help Liberty's Savvy Seniors master their devices!
A Matter of Balance: Many older adults experience a fear of falling. People who develop this fear often limit their activities, which can result in physical weakness, making the risk of falling even greater. A Matter of Balance (MOB) s a program designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults ages 50 and better.