CITY OF VINCENT SENIOR Programs and services

Housebound Readers Service

Residents in the City of Vincent who are physically unable to visit the library (either temporarily or permanently), plus any live-in carers, may qualify for our free personalised delivery service. Click the link below for more information and how to apply.

Housebound Readers Service

Transport Assistance

Eligible seniors and people with disability who have difficulty accessing transport to and from their medical appointments, can get Transport Assistance from the City of Vincent through a prepaid taxi voucher. Follow the link below for more information and the online application form.

Transport Assistance

Verge Mowing Assistance

The City provides a Seniors' Verge Mowing Service to residents who are physically unable to maintain their verges due to age or disability. Click the link below for more information and to register.

Verge Mowing Assistance

LifeTrail Equipment

The City has a number of public use exercise stations located within open spaces, designed specifically to meet the needs of active older adults. Click below for more information and locations.

LifeTrail Equipment

Meals on Wheels

The City provides Meals on Wheels services via the Stirling Community Care Community Food Services program. Meals on Wheels services are available to people with disability or a health condition that makes preparing their own meals not possible, via a referral to the program and provided they meet the eligibility criteria.

Meals on Wheels


The Community Development Team provide support for the development of services, programs, events and facilities which benefit seniors. They can assist community members by providing support, advocacy and referral where appropriate.
To get in contact with a Community Development Officer, please call us on 9273 6000 or email community.development@vincent.wa.gov.au.