Senior Resources

An icon of waves and a sun.Welcome to the new Resource Guide for Victoria’s 55+ residents. 

We will update this page periodically as we come across new resources or services that may benefit the senior population. If you know of a great resource and would like to have it listed here, please send your suggestion in an email to

New to the Victoria community and looking for new resident information? Visit our New Resident Information page on this website.

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Senior Resource Guide

The Senior Resource Guide was created to help Victoria residents maintain the highest quality of life possible by providing information on senior services, educational programming and other resources that support and promote the well-being of all Victoria residents. To view the digital PDF of the Senior Resource Guide, please click here.

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Senior Recreation Opportunities

There are a variety of recreational opportunities for seniors throughout the area. The City of Victoria Parks & Recreation Department offers low-impact fitness classes as well as sports clinics and outdoor adventures. Other groups in the area organize workshops and training courses for those that are interested. To view current opportunities,  click here.

Senior Resource Helpful Links

Below is a list of state, regional and local services and programs that support the 55+ community, their families and caregivers. For your convenience, the list of resources is separated by resource type — General, Finance, In-Home Assistance, Health, Housing, and Transportation. To access more information about each of the resources listed, call the number listed or click the resource name to be directed to their website.

General Resources


In-Home Assistance




Senior Advisory Committee

The Senior Advisory Committee focuses on providing recommendations and advocating for resources, programming, and education for Victoria residents age 55+. To learn more, visit the Senior Advisory Committee webpage by clicking here.