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Senior Citizen Resources Guide

Here are some of the resources available to senior citizens living in Saco. 
For a more comprehensive list, please visit the State of Maine's senior citizen and elderly resources page.


Eligible City residents may apply to the City of Saco for tax relief through the Senior Citizen Tax Work- off Program.  Individuals must be 65 years of age prior to April 1, meet income guidelines, own their own home in Saco for a minimum of three years, and reside at that property. Upon acceptance into the program, participants will be assigned to work in a mutually agreeable location within the City. Please visit the Senior Tax Relief Program page for more information.

Our Saco Parks & Recreation SENIORity Programs are designed for those aged 50 and above. Come join us at the Saco Community Center at 75 Franklin Street. This program is for both residents and non-residents of Saco. Visit the Saco Parks and Recreation page for more information. 

Age Friendly Saco’s goal is to promote active aging by optimizing opportunities for health, engagement, and safety while removing barriers that prevent our citizens from remaining in their homes as they age. Working with existing organizations and collaborating with the City of Saco, the group develops volunteer teams for the delivery of services that will empower residents to remain in and engaged in their community. Participating in the political process is part of being eengaged in their community. Visit the Boards and Committees page for more information. 

The City of Saco, Age Friendly Saco, and ShuttleBus-Zoom have prepared a brochure that includes transportation information for senior citizens.