Marcos de Niza Senior Center

The Marcos de Niza Senior Center offers a variety of activities, classes and programs for senior residents, as well as individuals of all ages. We offer of a number of leisure and recreation opportunities to enhance the quality of life of our residents. Activities at the center include:

  • Clubs and classes - Arts & crafts, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes
  • Social activities and entertainment - Special events, monthly shopping trips
  • Games - Billiards, bingo, dominos, loteria, table games
  • Fitness - Exercise classes, Bone Builders program
  • Health and education - Weekly continental breakfast, health screenings, food programs

Check the activity calendar for dates, times and additional activities and fees (if applicable).

Lunch is served Monday through Friday (except for holidays). Lunch reservations are required three (3) business days in advance. Check the menu for daily meal choices. Meals are planned using nutrition guidelines for older adults.

Volunteer opportunities at the center include assisting with meal programs, clerical tasks, host/hostessing, activities and classes/workshops.

Center staff can help with registration for Public Transit's Senior Shuttle Service or information on other area transportation.

Home-delivered meals
This program offers delivery of meals for homebound frail, elderly and disabled clients under certain qualifications and by referral only. To begin the process to receive home delivered meals call the Area Agency on Aging Senior HELP LINE at 602-264-HELP (4357).    

Social Services
Caseworkers are available at the center for registered center members, by appointment only.


For more information on the Marcos de Niza Senior Center, call 602-262-7249.

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday

305 W. Pima St.
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Southwest corner of Third Avenue and Pima Street, south of Buckeye Road, in the Marcos de Niza housing complex.

Call the Area Agency on Aging Senior HELP LINE for information on Home Delivered Meals and community or emergency services for older adults.    602-264-HELP (4357).


Patricia Martin, Supervisor

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Photograph of Marcos De Niza Senior Center entrance.