Learn What Is Happening at the COA

Covid-19 Shutdown Effective December 23rd, 2020
​As a result of the Town's New Operational Status (see below), the BCOA is now closed to our patrons, volunteers and the public.  Our staff remains available to support our patrons remotely but all activities are cancelled effective immediately.

BCOA staff is normally onsite from Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 am to 4:00pm to address your needs. However, due to the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holidays, no staff is available from:
  • Dec. 24th at noon until Monday, Dec. 28th at 8:30am.  
  • Dec. 31st at noon until Monday, Jan. 4th at 8:30am
No Registration for January Programs

As of now, we are not certain when we will be open for activities.  Our planned registration for January programs on December 29th is cancelled.  At this time, no Exercise or Craft programs will be held in January.

You can still register via myactivecenter.com for activities that are occurring via Zoom or being shown on BATV.  For a full listing of BCOA programming that is being shown on BATV, please see their website; http://batvinc.org.


New Operational Status for Town Offices and Services  effective December 23rd, 2020

Due to an outbreak of cases and close contacts throughout many departments in Town Government and the current surge in the COVID-19 Virus, the Town is changing the operational status of offices and services.  As of December 23, 2020, Town offices and services will be converting to a fully remote platform.  Similar to the Spring Surge, the Town will be closing all buildings to the public and all business will be conducted remotely and by appointment when possible.  Town Offices will be staffed with a skeleton crew with others working remotely.  Other departments, like DPW crews, will be working split shifts to contain contact and prevent spread.

All of these actions are being taken to curb the spread of the virus in this unprecedented surge.  It is also of vital importance to take every action to reduce the spread to keep schools open as much as possible.  Curbing the spread in other areas may help to keep schools open.   Although we are all being adversely affected by the pandemic, school aged children undoubtedly are experiencing the greatest impact with the most long-term consequences.

It is important that we do our part to allow, so that those on the front line; teachers, health care workers, first responders, grocery store employees among others can do their part to keep us safe and healthy during this pandemic. Attached below us an updated Town Hall Operations Guide. 


Programming on BATV
We are hoping that you are taking full advantage of our full repertoire of programming by ZOOM and on BATV. We have worked hard to put these together to keep you engaged and active.  Please see BATV's website (www.batvinc.org) for a listing of current programming.

About the Billerica Council on Aging


The Billerica Council on Aging is the primary resource for aging services in town.   There are two ways to learn about what is happening at the Senior Center

  • The COA's monthly newsletter 'The Outlook'

The Outlook

The monthly COA newsletter 'The Outlook' provides dates and times of all programs and activities.  Some programs are free, some are fee-based, and some are by appointment only. 

For more information about our programs, activities and services, check The Outlook