Caledon Seniors Centre expansion Opening Celebration

The Caledon Seniors Centre expansion opening was celebrated by Members of Council with special guests the Honourable Sylvia Jones, Deputy Premier of Ontario and Minister of Health and the Honourable Raymond Sung Joon Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility and Caledon Seniors Centre members.

“I am pleased to see the opening of this expansion for our seniors,” said Mayor Annette Groves. “I thank our Town staff and Caledon Senior Centre members for seeing the construction through to completion, I also thank the province for their part in funding the audio visual system for the centre and celebrating the expansion of this important facility. When we work together great things happen.” 

The expansion is 8,050 square feet with:

  • three additional program rooms that can be turned into a large auditorium
  • state-of-the-art commercial kitchen
  • washrooms
  • laundry facilities
  • therapy room
  • storage space
  • upgraded Ontario Provincial Police satellite office

The $8.4 M expansion/renovation was funded by the Town of Caledon.


The facility located at 7 Rotarian Way in Bolton was constructed in 1995 and the Town of Caledon has operated this facility since 2011. Town of Caledon staff have worked closely with the key stakeholders for the past six years on this planned expansion.

The Caledon Seniors Centre is the only dedicated seniors’ facility within the Town and has been operating out of Rotary Place delivering senior’s programming to the Caledon community since 1995. They have over 900 members and are growing The Caledon Seniors Centre also offers programming in six other villages. Older adults (55+) are the fastest growing segment of the population in Canada and this population is forecasting to increase by more than 10,000 residents in Caledon by 2031.The Action Plan highlighted age-friendly communities and delivering appropriate spaces that help residents live safely, enjoy good health and stay actively involved in their communities.