The Smith-Williams Service Center, is located in the Bond Community, was dedicated by Mayor Hurley Rudd and the City of Tallahassee on October 11, 1981.
The Smith-Williams Service Center was named in the honor of Elder Owen Smith and Mrs. Lucile Williams whose visions were to provide social service and meeting space for the Bond Community citizens.
Smith-Williams Service Center is a neighborhood multi-purpose facility that provides access to human and social services in the area of health, education, culture and technology. The Smith-Williams Service Center offers youth, teens, adults and senior citizens programming, family services, groups meeting space, lease space and volunteer opportunities. The center also seeks to provide intergenerational program and services to the Bond and Southside Communities citizens.
Smith-Williams Service Center’s goals and objective are to provide comprehensive and challenging intergenerational programs and services such as seminars, workshops, physical fitness wellness, arts & crafts, musicals, socials, outings, academic activities, enrichment that improve and strengthen the youth, teens, adults, and seniors quality of life.
Smith-Williams Service Center provides units of service to numerous of citizens throughout the City of Tallahassee. The center continues to expand and is a catalyst in providing intergenerational programs and services.
2295 Pasco Street, Tallahassee, FL