General Contact Number: (530) 621-5567

Senior Services


Senior Nutrition is a program of the El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) that provides nutritious meals for older adults living in the County. 

Congregate Dining

image of Placesetting for MealYou are invited to enjoy a hot, nutritious meal, Monday through Friday at any of the Senior Dining Centers listed below. Lunch is served from12:00 to 12:30 p.m. for the suggested donation of $3.00 per meal for adults 60 years and older. For information, please call : (530) 621-6160. 


Congregate Dining Locations:

Placerville Senior Center
937 Spring Street, Placerville   

El Dorado Hills Senior Center
990 Lassen Lane, El Dorado Hills   

Pioneer Park Community Center
6740 Fairplay Road, Fairplay

Greenwood Community Center 
4411 Hwy 193, Greenwood

Pollock Pines Community Center
2675 Sanders Drive, Pollock Pines  

South Lake Tahoe Senior Center
3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe

Diamond Springs Lions Hall
4701 Missouri Flat Rd., Diamond Springs

Cameron Park Community Services District
2502 Country Club Drive, Cameron Park
Monday, Wednesday & Friday Only

Lunch Menu

The Senior Nutrition menu is planned by a Registered Dietitian. Nutrition education is featured on the reverse side of the menu each month. Take a look at this month's article and helpful component table below.

  Month                   Article                   Nutritional Facts

​February Menu
February Article
Component Table
​January Menu
January Article
Component Table

Home Delivered Meals

Adults 60 years of age or older who are medically or physically disabled, may be eligible to get a hot nutritious meal delivered to their home Monday through Friday. The suggested donation is $3.00 per meal. Eligibility is determined by staff assessment. Some restrictions apply. 


The Senior Nutrition Program is supported by a team of dedicated volunteers. Volunteer positions include drivers who deliver meals one day a week between 10:30 to noon, kitchen and dining room volunteers who help with set-up, lunch service and clean up, and those who work as our greeters. Volunteers are always needed and are greatly appreciated. If you are interested in volunteering in the Senior Nutrition Program, please contact our staff. 


donation clip art(1)You can help Senior Nutrition Services meet the needs of our local community by making a tax-deductible contribution. A donation of any size goes directly to the Senior Nutrition Program. This helps us meet food costs and maintain services. Call the Senior Nutrition Program at (530) 621-6160 to learn more.  


 For more information about available services, please download the following 

image of Download NowSenior Nutrition Brochure.