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$450K in upgrades for senior center getting underway
Work will be completed in June
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Work is starting today on $450,200 worth of upgrades to the heavily used Manteca Senior Center.

The project includes modernization of the existing men’s and women’s restrooms at the Cherry Lane senior center. It will consist of the replacement of doors, restroom stall partitions, plumbing fixtures, lighting fixtures, and restroom accessories, and updating interior finishes.

It also covers modernization of the existing reception desk and flooring within the lobby and general circulation areas. Additional improvements to interior finishes and doors will be part of the improvements as well. When work is done, the senior center will be up to all current American with Disabilities standards.

The center will remain open during construction that is expected to last until June.

The front entrance will be closed during the construction. The access to the center will be from the rear entrance and not side doors.

Parts of the parking lot will be used for construction staging and a restroom trailer.

Regular senior center activities as well as scheduled community events and recreation programs will continue to take place during construction.

The project is being funded with federal Community Development Block Grant funds that targets low-income segments in communities.

Any questions regarding construction can be directed at the senior center staff at 456-8650.


To contact Dennis Wyatt, email