Alamo Senior Center

The Alamo Senior is continuing to offer homebound meal delivery and has begun offering drive though pick-up of meals for those 60+ how are not homebound, Monday - Friday 11am to 1pm.  The suggested donation is $2.50.

This week we said goodbye to Rosanne Garcia.

The City of Alamogordo would like to thank and recognize Rosanne Garcia for her service to the City of Alamogordo. Rosanne began her career with the City in 1992 as Kitchen Administrator. She retired for the first time in 2014. When she found out that her position was vacant, she decided to return to the Senior Center as Kitchen Administrator again in 2017 for another 3 years. This is true dedication and loyalty to the Senior Center as well as to our seniors and her staff.  

THE ALAMO SENIOR CENTER IS ALSO OFFERING GROCERY DELIVERY FOR THEIR MEMBERS MON-FRI FROM 8:30 AM - 2 PM

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Department Description

The Alamo Senior Center provides a variety of services for persons 60 and over. The program is governed by Federal Guidelines, administered by the NM Aging & Long Term Services Department, and sponsored by the City of Alamogordo.

Alamo Senior Center with Fitness Center

Mission Statement

The Alamo Senior Center's mission is to provide services for persons 60 and over and their spouses regardless of age. The Center is a social environment, which provides support, education, recreation, nutrition and entertainment for elderly persons in Alamogordo and the surrounding area. The Center's goal is to provide an opportunity to maintain a vital role in life for all persons.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Closed Holidays)

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