Helping Cass County Keep Moving!

Cass County Council on Aging consists of two programs: the Downtown Senior Center, and Cass Area Transit.

Cass County Council on Aging is a 501c3 non-profit organization; donations to CCCoA are tax-deductible.

Mission Statement

The goal of the Cass County Council on Aging is to assist, encourage, monitor, and develop comprehensive and coordinated services for older individuals within Cass County. Priority is given those activities and services which will assist and benefit low income and minority older persons throughout the designated area; however, it is anticipated that programs and services will be such as to serve all older people, regardless of financial capabilities. The long-term mission and commitment of Cass Area Transit is to promote and provide safe, courteous, and affordable transportation with emphasis on individuals with disabilities, low income and the elderly in and around our expanding Cass County Community.


Cass County Council on Aging, Inc.
Board of Directors 2023

President: Mike Stajduhar

Vice President: Chris Miller

Treasurer: Gerald Kersey

Secretary: Krista Frushour

Vonda Hand, Tim Moss, 

Phill Dials, Bonny Jackson, Rosemary Weaver

We will announce all closing and delays with the local radio stations and Cass County Online.

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Public Health & Safety 

We ask that you as passengers help protect our drivers and passengers against illness. Please cover your coughs and sneezes, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently, and please stay home if you are ill and running a fever.  

Corona Virus

Cass Area Transit will follow the CDC’s current guidelines regarding Corona Virus. Masks are encouraged if you are feeling ill.

All buses carry disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer and are cleaned on a regular basis.


Holiday Schedule 2024

Good Friday, Friday March 29

Saturday, March 30 – No City Bus

Saturday, May 25 – No City Bus

Memorial Day, Monday, May 27

Fourth of July, Thursday, July 4

Saturday, August 31 – No City Bus

Labor Day, Monday, Sept 2

Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov 28

Post-Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov 29

Saturday, Nov 30 – No City Bus

Christmas Eve, Tuesday, Dec 24

Christmas Day, Wednesday, Dec 25

New Year’s Eve, Tuesday Dec 31 

New Year’s Day, Wednesday, Jan 1, 2025


When to look for closings and delays

 The temperature is going to be 0 degrees for the majority of the day (this will most likely result in transit being closed for the day).

  1. The temperature is 0 degrees but expected  to be out of the negative by 10 am (this will most likely result in a delay of services).
  2. Fresh snowfall of 2 inches or more (this will most likely lead to a delay in service until 10 am or until plows have had time to clear the roads)
  3. Travel emergencies and warnings (Orange travel alerts may result in delayed services and Red travel warnings will result in closings) 

Driveways and alleys

It is important to keep your driveway clear enough for our buses to pull in and out safely to pick you up. In many cases alley pick-ups will not be allowed.

Please keep up with your local radio stations and Cass County Online for updates.