Active Adults 50+

About Active Adults 50+

The Chino Hills Community Services Department provides quality programs designed to engage and encourage active adults 50+ in wellness, exercise, and leisure activities in an effort to promote and support healthy aging.  

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Active Adults 50+ Monthly Newsletter

The Active Adults Newsletter is back! While our facilities may be closed, City staff is still here to assist you during this difficult time. Check out our monthly newsletter for resources, updates on closures, and upcoming activities and events. 

Monthly Newsletter 

AARP Tax Assistance

Unfortunately AARP will not be hosting tax assistance in Chino Hills due to facility closures and low volunteer numbers. They are providing services at four sites. Patrons may call the numbers below to try to schedule appointments and get assistance. 

  • Chino (909) 334-3271 Appointments are full and no longer accepting. 
  • Montclair (909) 625-9762
  • Upland Gibson Center (909) 981-4501 Appointments are full and no longer accepting.
  • Rancho Cucamonga Community Center (909) 764-8025

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Let us bring the craft project home to you! Sign up today for the Active Adults Stay-At-Home Art Project! Participants will receive a kit filled with all the supplies needed to create a specific seasonal craft. We have worked closely with members of the Chino Hills 55+ Club to select the perfect craft to add to your seasonal decorations. To help participants complete the craft, video and written instructions will be included. Kits will be distributed to participants in a safe, socially distant drive-thru setting.  

Limited supplies may need to be supplied by the participants.  See below for more details.

Registration is Closed


Spring Wreath

Easter Wreath-Stay at Home Project


  • Material to complete the project*
    • *participant to supply scissors and glue gun
  • Written instructions
  • Link to video instructions


  • Tuesday, March 23
  • 10:00 – 11:00 am
  • Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive


Stay At Home Project Video:

If you missed out on the Spring Stay-At-Home Art Project, it is still not too late to create your own masterpiece. Be sure to check out the demonstration provided to all participates showcasing how to complete this past season’s project. All supplies can be purchased at your local crafting store.

Our next art project will be available in early summer so be sure to check back for updates.  

Spring Wreath

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You conquered the 1,000-piece puzzle, shared your success story on your social media, and your ready to move on to the next challenge. Instead of putting that completed puzzle back in the box to sit in the closet, drop it off at the newly organized Chino Hills Puzzle Swap! Puzzle swaps are a great way to share puzzles with other enthusiasts within our community. Just drop off your gently used puzzles and go home with a new one! All puzzle sizes welcome.

For more information

Virtual Recreation Activities and Resources for Active Adults 50+

We know things look a little different these days with COVID-19. Be sure to check out some virtual recreation activities and resources that we have to offer to help you while we navigate these times. We can’t wait to have you back in our facilities for in person activities! Be sure to sign up for "notify-me" to keep up on the latest updates for when we return. 

Walking Exercise

Chair Fitness