The Mayor's Commission on Aging

The Virginia Beach Mayor's Commission on Aging assists the mayor in planning actions and programs to meet the needs and concerns of seniors in Virginia Beach.

Goals

  • ​Review the nature and priorities of needed services necessary for seniors
  • Work with other agencies, committees, and commissions throughout the region who address these same issues
  • Provide public information, as well as legislative and educational efforts 
  • Represent the Mayor's Office throughout the community, as directed by the mayor assist in identifying and defining the needs of seniors;

​Memberships

Members must be Virginia Beach residents and are appointed by the mayor to serve for a three-year term without compensation. Apply today!

Meetings

Meetings are open to the public and are held from 2 to 4 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month except in December. Historically, meetings were held in the mayor’s conference room on the second floor of Building No. 1, City Hall, Virginia Beach Municipal Center. Please note a change in location for the April 27, 2022, meeting, which will be held at the Princess Anne Recreation Center, 1400 Nimmo Pkwy. Confirm meeting dates and locations by emailing MCOA@vbgov.com or calling (757) 385-2688.

Committees

Members of the Mayor's Commission on Aging also work in various other committees as they explore issues concerning seniors:

  • Community Concerns
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Health and Safety
  • Housing
  • Legal and Legislative
  • Public Relations
  • Transportation
Page Last Updated: May 10, 2022
Contact Information
Mayor's Office
Contact Information
Mayor's Commission on Aging
Commission Members - 2022
  • Susan Paddock, Chair
  • Drew Lankford, Past Chair\
  • Brenda Cobb, Vice Chair
  • Rhonda Branyan, Secretary
  • Margie Barnes, Emeritus​​