Roseville Area Senior Program

The Roseville Area Senior Program, or RASP, is here for you.

Navigating finances during retirement? Looking for information on how to get the right services for an older adult in your life? Want to socialize in a fun and relaxed environment? We have all of that and so much more under one roof.

We offer:

- Information and assistance on available resources
- Advocacy
- Enriching educational programs
- Essential services, including Meals on Wheels, transportation, and service coordination
- Volunteer opportunities

Groups, classes, and opportunities are available through RASP to anyone 55+. In all of our programming, we provide a supportive and respectful environment.

Check out our current Seasons Newsletter for RASP news and upcoming events or look at the RASP Calendar.

RASP opportunities are also listed in the Fall 2019 Community Ed Catalog, or click here to view a RASP brochure.

Metro Dining Club Cards Fundraiser

Buy your Metro Dining Club cards today and support the Roseville Area Senior Program (RASP), while enjoying free meals for a whole year at some of your favorite restaurants. The Roseville Area Senior Program and Metro Dining are offering you an opportunity to enjoy 2-for-1 dining at 166 area restaurants. Each restaurant is offering a prestigious card for their own restaurant. You and your guest could go out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Order from the regular menu — steak, prime rib, shrimp, etc. at two meals for the price of one. Buy one breakfast, lunch, or dinner and receive the second “on the house” every month at each restaurant for an entire year. Check out the list of restaurants: North/Northeast Program and St. Paul Program.  

Metro Dining Club Cards are available for purchase to everyone. You can pick them at RASP Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tell your friends!

Consider a Gift to the Roseville Area Senior Program

RASP has been able to offer several essential services to more than 600 older and disabled adults this year because of generous donations. Every donation helps maintain a high quality of life for older citizens – who are friends, family and neighbors.

Please help us in our mission to serve older and disabled adults in our community. Your donation will make a difference and help us reduce barriers for the most vulnerable and needy community members, especially those who are unable to pay full price for services.

Contact Us

Roseville Area Senior Program
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Phone: 651-604-3520
Fax: 651-604-3565

Senior Community Member Activity Pass

Community members 60 years and up can attend Roseville Area High School home games and activities for free. Pick up a Senior Community Member Activity Pass at the Fairview Community Center or Roseville Area Schools District Center, and attend 9th-12th grade sporting events and activities during the upcoming school year.

Pick up a Senior Community Member Activity Pass here:

Fairview Community Center
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

District Center
1251 County Road B2 West
Roseville, MN 55113
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

The pass is good for senior drama matinee performances. It is not valid for hockey games or regional, sectional, or state contests. Find the activity schedule on the Suburban East Activities Calendar or on the RAHS Activities Page.