General info: The Council On Aging primarily serves residents 60 and over and their families. We also provide resource information to younger residents.
The Senior Center and Human Services Center is currently closed but will re-opening on a date to be
announced. If you are in need of assistance in the meantime please call our office, the staff are still available via phone. For help finding resources in the community, please leave a message for Bev Hutchings, Senior Services Coordinator at the COA at 978-929-6652.
Click here for the full update from the Senior Center.
All of Acton’s fixed-route services, including the Rail Shuttle and Cross-Acton Transit (CAT),
will be suspended until further notice.
- Door-to-door services remain in operation, for essential trips (urgent
medical appointments, groceries, etc) however, riders are encouraged
to utilize alternative modes of transportation if possible. To schedule
rides, continue using CrossTown Connect dispatch by calling 978-844-
6809 during normal business hours.
- Any additional questions can be forwarded to Austin Cyganiewicz by phone on 978-
929-6513 or email email@example.com.
The MBTA and Keolis Commuter Services (Keolis), the agency’s operating partner for
Commuter Rail, announced today a Reduced Service Schedule effective Tuesday,
March 17. The Commuter Rail Reduced Service Schedule is available
Click here for the link to Boxborough’s Council on Aging
The COA is located at 29 Middle Road in Boxborough. 978-264-7717
Director is Lauren Abraham, LICSW 978-264-7717
For non-urgent assistance during COVID-19, residents should call the COA outreach line: 978-264-1734 or
Boxborough elder affairs officer Tyler Mcelman. at 978-264-1768.
Messages on these lines will be checked during business hours and someone will return your call as soon as possible.