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What is Bay Aging?

Bay Aging is the premier provider of programs and services for people of all ages. Formed in 1978, Bay Aging serves a predominately rural 2,600 square mile region that encompasses ten counties and two planning districts. As you will see, Bay Aging is extremely diverse in the programs it offers through three major divisions-Community Living, Bay Transit, and Bay Family Housing. We hope you enjoy visiting our web site and that you are able to gather valuable information about our services. Please Check out the New Virginia Easy Access web site! A great resource for finding services in your area.

What’s New

27 Aug
2014

PRIMARY MISSION:

Bay Aging will deliver the programs and services people of all ages need to live
independently in their communities for as long as possible.

SECONDARY MISSION:

Bay Aging is committed to the community development of our region to promote the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula as a great place to live, work and visit.

VISION:

Every neighbor in our region will have a CHOICE and range of services that will assist them to remain independent in their chosen home.

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Neighborhood Assistance Program

July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015

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NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE IS HERE!

Ken Pollock, Director of Bay Transit, a service of Bay Aging, is pleased to announce two new public transportation services: Fixed Routes.

The first is in Gloucester – A fixed route in the courthouse area. Details of this route are here.

The second connects the towns of Montross, Warsaw Village, Callao, and Lottsburg. Details of that route can be found here.

“For a long time Bay Transit has been exploring different ways to deliver the type of transportation services people in the Northern Neck need, said Director Ken Pollock. Providing public transportation in a rural area is very challenging and we are excited about our maiden voyage into delivering fixed route service in the Northern Neck.”

Both routes will operate between the hours of 10:00 pm and 2:00 pm Monday through Friday, and the service is free up until 8/31/2014. Rides will be $0.50 cents starting on September 1st, transfers from other Bay Transit transportation will be free.

What’s New

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Richmond County Board of Supervisor Chairman F. Lee Sanders is shown presenting a recognition plaque to Mrs. Carolyn Gray for her years of service representing Richmond County as a Director on the Bay Aging Board.  Mrs. Gray is the longest serving volunteer Bay Aging Director, having served from July 1991 through June 1998 and again from October 2004 through June 2014.  Mrs. Gray was very supportive of Bay Transit’s public transportation service and had a keen interest in the economic developments in “her” county that would specifically benefit senior citizens.  The Bay Aging Board of Directors and Senior Leadership Team are grateful to Mrs. Gray for her many years of volunteer service and dedication to improving lives in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck.  Standing with Mrs. Gray are two of her children, Gen Hahn and Jim Ash.  Photo Credit:  Bay Aging.

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