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Salem City Hall
93 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
Located in the heart of downtown, Salem City Hall is headquarters for the city's government. In addition to MayorMore Kimberley Driscoll, the city's chief administrative aide, clerk, collector, assessor, solicitor and finance director maintain offices in the building, which was constructed in 1837. The city council chamber room serves as the site of bimonthly city council meetings and other regular board and commission meetings. Visit Salem's website for more specific contact information of city hall employees and extensive meeting schedules for all of Salem's governmental bodies.
City of Salem Council on Aging
5 Broad St, Salem, MA 01970

The City of Salem Council on Aging is dedicated to providing activities and supporting quality of life for residentsMore aged 60 and older. In addition to maintaining the Senior Center, which is open during the weekdays, the Council on Aging sponsors events for seniors which include social outings, recreational activities and exercise opportunities. Transporation and wellness clinic services are also offered. Meals are served at the center for those with reservations. A home meal service is also available. Volunteers and social services are integral to the maintenance of the center. Salem Veterans Services is located on the third floor of the building. Be sure to stop by the Salem Council on Aging or check the website for a regularly updated calendar of events.

A monthly newsletter from the Council on Aging, entitled "Senior Power" is also available for a small annual donation.