In 1980 Bloomingdale Township began offering programs to senior citizens, on a part time basis, in the basement Town Hall meeting room. From those humble beginnings evolved the senior center that exists today. In 1997 the Bloomingdale Township Senior Center was renamed, the Michael A. Miliotti Senior Center, in dedication to the man who was instrumental in bringing senior services to the township.
The Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The center provides a clean comfortable and safe place for seniors to participate in various activities. The center is also home for the Senior Council of Bloomingdale Township, made up of individuals representing the center as well as other senior organizations. The Senior Council functions as a clearinghouse for activities and information between the township and various other senior groups. Following is a list of services and programs available.
For more information regarding the Senior Center please call 630-529-7794.
Printable Flyer of Senior Center Services: Flyer
“The Senior Connection”
A free bimonthly newsletter with circulation to over 2500 senior citizens in Bloomingdale Township. The most current edition can be read here: Senior Connection
Home delivery of meals to homebound senior citizens is also available.
Rules of the Road Review Course
In cooperation with the Secretary of State’s Office, this program is offered to drivers who are due to renew their drivers licenses. Advance registration is required. No Fee.
Flu Shots are administered once a year at the Center. These are offered free of charge by various hospitals, health agencies and pharmacies at the Senior Center.
RTA Specials User Passes
Applications for the bus pass for seniors over the age of 65 are available at the Senior Center.
Income Tax Assistance
Sponsored by the AARP, this service helps senior citizens file their income tax statements and is offered free of charge at the Senior Center from February to April every year.
Bingo games, card playing, outings and overnight tours are regularly featured by the Senior Center. Exercise, ceramic and stained glass/woodworking, are offered weekly. The center is also used by many as a social gathering place.
The Senior Center has a staff of senior citizens who volunteer their time and efforts to perform many necessary tasks; including collating and labeling of the newsletter, teaching classes, delivering meals, etc.
Temporary Handicapped Parking Permits
Senior citizens may obtain temporary handicapped parking permits after completion of an application form, which includes their doctor’s certification. No Fee.
Senior Citizens residing in unincorporated areas of Bloomingdale Township may obtain vehicle stickers, free of charge at the Senior Center. Driver’s license and proof of car ownership is required.
A registrar is available in the Senior Center. Two forms of identification are required.
With Covid-19 Restrictions, activity schedules may change or cancel. Some are held on appointment basis. Please call the Senior Center at (630) 529-7794 for the latest updates.
|Monday||Exercise||CALL FOR DETAILS|
| ||Pinochle|| |
| ||Bridge Club || |
|Tuesday||Stained Glass Class|| |
| ||Bingo|| |
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| ||Pinochle|| |
| ||Movies - Every other Wednesday (returning soon)|| |
| ||Exercise (Tai/Chi)|| |
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|Friday||Exercise || |
| ||Pinochle|| |
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