An ever-growing population of seniors call the Town of Montgomery their home. In an effort to enhance and improve the lives of its older residents, the Town offers an extensive range of services and programs to help its seniors remain healthy, independent and active in our community. Among the current programs being offered are medical and shopping transportation, income tax preparation, AARP 55 Alive/Mature Driving Classes, Nutrition Program (Home Delivered Meals), Senior Independence Project (friendly visitor/transportation program) Aging and Enhanced STAR Tax Exemptions, senior citizen clubs and the Wesley Hall Senior Citizen Center.

The Senior bus makes monthly scheduled trips outside the town and also makes two medical runs each month to any medical facility on Crystal Run Road in Middletown, Middletown Medical, Orange Radiology and Horton Hospital. For reservations, call the Transportation Department at (845) 457-2622 between the hours of 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 Noon, Monday through Friday. SUGGESTED DONATION IS $1.00 EACH WAY

October - December 2022 Shopping/Medical Transportation Schedule

The Town of Montgomery isone of the sites in Orange County for AARP's Tax Preparation Program.  Please look for announcements on this website for details about the program.

Classes save seniors 10% on their car insurance bills. Please go to AARP's website to locate a driving course in your area.   

The Town of Montgomery Senior Dining Program in conjunction with a cooperative venture with the Orange County Office for the Aging, provides meals for anyone over the age of 60 years old. Lunch is served daily weekdays at the Montgomery Senior Center, 36 Bridge Street and delivered to shut-ins.
For information, please call (845) 492-1245.

Community volunteers to deliver meals to seniors within the communities of Walden, Montgomery and Maybrook are needed. Those interested may contact Anne at 845-615-3703.

Seniors should contact the Town of Montgomery Assessor's Office at (845) 457-2650 to see if they qualify for these exemptions.

New Horizons Senior Citizen Club:
Meetings held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at the Montgomery Senior Center, 36 Bridge Street. Contact 457-9367 for information.

Walden Senior Citizen Club
Meetings held weekly at the Walden Fire House on 230 Old Orange Avenue, Walden. Contact 744-3030 for information.

Golden Links Senior Citizens Club
Meetings held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Maybrook Senior Center on Schipps Lane, Maybrook. Contact 427-2450 for information.

Seniors Independence Project (TOMSIP)

Volunteer Training Schedule for October 2022

Mission Statement
The Town of Montgomery Seniors Independence Project is committed to supporting seniors in their goal to remain independent in their homes rather than moving on to institutional settings by developing a program to coordinate volunteers and reliable vendors to provide services necessary to achieve this goal.

We strive to keep seniors in the community both for their benefit and also to enrich the community as a whole with their companionship, experience and wisdom.

Neighbors helping neighbors = What our community is all about!!
The Project covers all of the Town of Montgomery: Maybrook, Walden, and Montgomery.  The Town has organized a volunteer program to help our senior neighbors remain independent and safe. 

- Rides — for doctor appointments, grocery store runs, beauty/barber, bank, library.
- Indoors — Simple chores & occasional light housekeeping — vacuuming, dusting, changing   the light bulbs.
- Outdoors — Assist with lawn care, snow shoveling, leaf raking, spring clean-up.
- Volunteers or Groups can be matched one-to-one with our neighbors needing help.

For more information call: 457-4138. Volunteers may leave their name and telephone number and the Coordinator will get back to them. 

Sponsored by:
The Town of Montgomery, Jewish Family Service and the Orange County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

TOMSIP Documents