Older Adult Services

Provides preventative, focused programs to promote and maintain social wellness in our 55+ residents.

In Home Support Programs

Developed to help seniors 65+ live safely and securely in their homes. The program provides snow removal, basic lawn care and housekeeping assistance. Email your completed application to Seniors' Programmer.In Home Support Program application 

Snow Removal

  • Open from November 1 to April 1.
  • Removal of snow only and may include light chipping of packed snow from driveways and sidewalks, but no chipping of ice.
  • Proof of residency and proof of income are required to qualify for subsidy.
Lawn Care
  • Open from May 1 to October 1.
  • Basic lawn care and edging of property. This does not include removal of animal waste, weeding gardens or planting flowers.
  • Proof of residency and proof of income are required to qualify for subsidy.

Housekeeping Services

  • Open from January 1 to December 31 (week days only; no service on statutory holidays).
  • Light housekeeping and deep cleaning services can be provided.
  • Proof of residency and proof of income are required to quality for subsidy.


Programs are available for 55+ that support wellness are available to register.

 Register here 

 Seniors' Week
 This annual event is celebrated the first week of June.

 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is recognized globally on June 15.
 Income Tax Support Program
This annual program provides income tax services at a subsidized fee to low-income families and seniors on a fixed income only.

 Caregiver Support Group

Do you care for an aging parent, spouse or friend. Would you like to connect with other people in similar situations? Join us for sharing of experience and resources once per month to learn from one another in a safe and supportive environment.
 Older Adult Day
 On October 1 annually we celebrate Older Adult Day



Information & Referral

Is about connecting our residents with the resources that can help them address their individual needs.

This free and confidential service provides:

  • Assistance in completing government forms,
  • Referrals to services in community, provincial or federal options,
  • Referrals to organizations and agencies like 211 for additional supports, and
  • Referrals specific to 55+ residents like meal and food service programs, health supports, medical services and safety concerns.

We may also be able to help with financial support through our

Emergency Assistance Fund

Community programs

Here are some local organizations that provide programs and services to 55+

Community Directory

Morinville Community Services strives to maintain an updated directory. 

If your organization has not been added to the list, please contact Community Services at 780-939-7839.