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Building color study 2024_edited
Building color study 2024_edited
building permit pic

The Center on Shattuck Street 

The home of Littleton's Elder and Human Services Dept / Council on Aging, and Veteran Services

2024 is going to be one of the most exciting years yet! We are closer than ever to our ultimate goal - having a dedicated space for seniors and our expanded community served by the EHS/COA Dept. This site will provide all the latest information on the Center on Shattuck project.

Reasons to Build a New Center for Littleton

Why is the Center on Shattuck Street Needed?

for All

Our current space is difficult to navigate and hard to find due to the age of the building and location of offices. Although we always accommodate needs as best we can the current space still has challenges.

Age Appropriate Space

Older adults make up 25% of Littleton's residents, and this age demographic has unique requirements and needs for accessible and inclusive space. All of our current spaces are converted school rooms. Age appropriate space is a must!

Meeting the Needs

The EHS/COA Dept serves all ages of the town, and has contact with over 1,000 unduplicated residents per year. We do this all within 3,800 sq ft, which limits our capacity to expand and implement new programs to meet the ever-changing needs of the community.

Community Services Together

The Center on Shattuck Street could be the home of our senior center, Human Services dept, and Veterans Agent, conveniently locating all Community Service Depts in 1 location for ease of access for residents.

Essential to the Littleton Community!

In 2023 we served nearly 1,200 unduplicated residents of all ages! Here are some notable statistics from calendar year 2023:

  • 5,188 Outreach contacts logged

  • 1,953 van rides provided

  • 10,977 event sign in's logged 

  • 1,286 events and activities held

  • 1,456 bags of food delivered to residents

Why are senior centers important?

Essential Nutrition

Meals on Wheels, Senior Diner, Congregate Meals, Access to SNAP



Fitness and Wellness classes, clinics, health education

Community Engagement

Volunteer opportunities, intergenerational programs, inclusion and isolation prevention

Resource Connection

Outreach is the gateway to the aging network—connecting residents to vital  services


Providing  transportation to seniors and disabled adults to medical and non-medical social appointments

Our Mission

Elder and Human Services

Our mission is to identify and serve the social, recreational, health, and educational needs of all residents in the community regardless of age, income, or circumstances. We strive, to the greatest extent possible, to maintain dignity, independence and support for their role as members of the community. To this end we provide opportunities for residents to build physical, emotional, intellectual and social wellbeing.

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33 Shattuck St.
Littleton, MA 01460


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