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Seneca County Office for the Aging is moving again; back to DiPronio Dr.

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The Seneca County Office for the Aging is set to return to its previous location in the County Office Building at 1 DiPronio Drive, following a recent decision by the Seneca County Board of Supervisors. The office had moved to the former Bona-Dent building a few years ago to make room for the county’s Mental Health Services Department. However, plans have shifted, prompting the Office for the Aging’s move back to its original space.


In a move to accommodate this change and enhance the County Office Building, the Board of Supervisors has approved the hiring of John Snyder Architects for renovation design work, including the Office for the Aging’s relocation, security upgrades, and the addition of a new micromarket area. This renovation, estimated to cost $1.1 million, will be funded by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds.

The decision reflects the county’s dynamic approach to managing its office spaces to better serve the community’s needs. The Office for the Aging’s return to the County Office Building is anticipated to streamline services for Seneca County’s seniors, while the relocation of the Mental Health Department to the Health and Human Services Building aims to optimize service delivery. The project’s completion will mark a significant upgrade to the county’s facilities, benefiting residents and staff alike.