Help us make the City’s website work better for Oaklanders. We’re redesigning how Oaklanders access important city services. Complete this 5-10 minute exercise to test how well the new navigation works.

Mayor's Commission On Aging (MCOA)

​The Mayor’s Commission on Aging was established in 1980 to advise the Mayor and the City Council about issues affecting Oakland seniors.

About

The Mayor's Commission on Aging (MCOA) works in partnership with the Department of Human Services to develop and evaluate programs to address the special needs of our City’s diverse senior residents. A primary function of the Commission is to support the City’s network of Senior Centers.

The Commission on Aging is chartered for 11 members, nominated by the City Council or the Mayor. The diverse Commission membership represents the variety of communities in the City of Oakland.

Contact Us

Address

Mayor's Commission on Aging (MCOA)

Email Address

Business Hours

The Commission meets the first Wednesday of each month at 10:00 A.M.

Was this page helpful?

Report a problem with this page

Your feedback will help us improve our website. We cannot reply individually to all feedback.
Your feedback will help us improve our website. We cannot reply individually to all feedback.
Your feedback will help us improve our website. We cannot reply individually to all feedback.