The Milton Council on Aging was established in 1980 to respond to the needs of Milton's seniors and to enhance their quality of life.
The Milton Council on Aging (“COA”) is a town department comprised of a nine-member board appointed by the Board of Selectmen. It was established in 1980 to respond to the needs of Milton’s seniors and to enhance their quality of life. Working together with the director, staff, and volunteers, the COA provides programs and services for all residents 60 and over. It also assists family members with information and referrals on elder issues. The Senior Center is a focal point in the community for information and activities. Ongoing interest groups include computers, knitting, cribbage, bridge, book clubs, and much more. All are welcome to visit and membership is not required to participate.