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Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens

Senior Discounts (for Seattle-King County Residents Only)

The Mayors Office for Senior Citizens issues the Gold Card and FLASH Card for seniors and adults with disabilities. The cards list phone numbers for information and assistance, and give cardholders discounts for events, goods and services at businesses and organizations throughout King County.


Gold Card for Healthy Aging

Seattle's Gold Card for Healthy Aging is a handy resource for Seattle and King County residents age 60 and older. The card features the toll-free Senior Information and Assistance number 1-888-4ELDERS (1-888-435-3377) and discounts on goods and services listed in a Special Discounts Directory. It also facilitates registration for senior nutrition programs throughout Seattle and King County.

The Gold Card is available at:


Seattles FLASH Card Fun Leisure Access Savings and Health is a discount and identification card for adults with disabilities living in Seattle and King County. Similar to the popular Gold Card for Healthy Aging, the FLASH Card features the
Community Information Line.

Embossed in Braille, the card also provides access to discounts on goods and services listed in a Special Discounts Directory.

Eligibility requirements for the FLASH Card are the same as for a Metro Transit reduced fare permit for persons with disabilities. People with temporary disabilities may receive a paper FLASH Card with an expiration date.

To receive the FLASH card, print out and return the FLASH Card application form to one of these locations:

Or contact us directly:

Call: (206) 684-0500
Email: Seniors@Seattle.Gov
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5p.m.

Seattle Human Services Department
Street address: 700 5th Avenue, Suite 5800, Seattle, WA 98104
Mailing address: PO Box 34215, Seattle, WA 98124-4215

Phone: 206-386-1001
Fax: 206-233-5119
TTY/TTD: 206-233-2778

Accommodations for people with disabilities provided upon request.