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Neighborhood Centers

Cobb County residents age 60 and better enjoy structured group activities and programs such as music, crafts, exercise, and special events. 

** Austell and  Marietta Neighborhood Centers are not "drop-in" centers.  An assessment is conducted, and eligibility is determined based on need.  Please call the centers directly to schedule an appointment.

***North Cobb Neighborhood Center is part of North Cobb Multipurpose Center

Door-to-door transportation may be provided based on eligibility. 

Austell Neighborhood Center

Austell Neighborhood Center

4915 Austell-Powder Springs Rd (inside Clarkdale Park)
Austell, GA 30106
(770) 819-3200

Marietta Neighborhood Center

Senior Wellness Center

1150 Powder Springs Street 
Marietta, GA 30064
(770) 528-5355


Inclement Weather Policy

When Cobb County schools are closed due to inclement weather, the senior centers will be closed and classes, events, and programs will be postponed to a later date.  CSS transportation will be cancelled. 

Frequently Asked Questions

I wish to participate in senior center activities. Do I need to use the one nearest my house?

No, seniors (age 55 and above) are welcome to participate in trips, classes, special events and designated ongoing activities at any of the five senior centers. For information about each center, please refer to our facilities page.

What's a good way to get involved at a senior center?

What activities you participate in and how often are up to you! Signing up for monthly day trips, lunch & learn programs, classes or ongoing activities are good ways to meet others and wonderful ways to get you started. Call the centers for specific details and join the fun!

Do you have dances at the senior centers?

Some of the centers have dance clubs that meet at their facilities regularly. Check with the center nearest you for a schedule.

Do you have pool tables at the senior centers?

Pool tables are available at West Cobb, East Cobb, North Cobb and Freeman Poole. They are available for use from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, unless there is a prearranged class or program.

What other activities do senior centers offer?

The seniors centers provide nutrition, health, counseling and educational programs, exercise classes and recreational trips. Leisure activities, such as music, arts and crafts, games, and special events are also offered. The centers are open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Are the senior centers available for rent to non-senior groups?

The centers are available for senior groups to use as a meeting space based upon availability of rooms and dates, during regular business hours. The centers are not available for private parties or non-senior groups. An application for rental or room reservation is to be filled out and returned to the center, where availability will be checked by the facility coordinator.