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The purpose of the Senior Citizen Advisory Committee (SCAC) is to advise the City Council on matters relating to senior citizens, to promote and support senior-oriented special events and collaborative efforts that meet the needs of seniors, and to serve as an advocacy body on behalf of older adults in the community. 

SCAC Bylaws

The Committee consists of the Committee Chairperson and a maximum of eight (8) other members who are appointed by the Reno City Council, along with two ex-officio members, one each from the Washoe County Senior Services and the City of Sparks.                                                                                                                                    

SCAC Advisory Committee 

Typical Duties

  • Identify concerns, problems, and needs of seniors in local neighborhoods
  • Establish program priorities within context of available resources
  • Provide long-range program direction for comprehensive senior programs
  • Help identify local resources to enhance or expand senior programs

Time Commitment
The committee meets once a month for approximately 1.5 hours. Additionally, Senior Citizen Advisory Committee members serve on designated subcommittees.

Current Agenda

Minute Agenda (Coming soon)

Committee Projects 

The committee supports a variety of projects through advocacy, requests for special funding and member involvement.
The Committee encourages applications for co-sponsorship by the Reno Senior Citizen Advisory Committee. For more information on how to apply, please contact Darryl Feemster, Senior Services Liaison at 334-2262 or review the following links:

Senior Citizen Advisory Committee application for sponsorship 

Sponsorship affirmation

A few of the Committee's past projects include the following:

  • Senior Fest & Reno Senior Games

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