The mission of Boulder Senior Services, part of the Department of Human Services, is to foster the engagement and well being of older adults and promote a positive image of aging through community collaboration and excellent services.
2015 Food Tax Rebate Program
The City of Boulder provides rebates to lower-income residents for the city sales tax they pay on food. Those eligible for the program include low-income seniors aged 62 or older; low-income persons with disabilities; and low-income families with children under 18 years of age in the household. Read the details...
Spring 2015 Registration Information
Registion for the Spring classes, day trips, special events is here:
- Encore member registration begins Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015 by fax, on-line or in person;
- Non-Encore member registration begins Thursday, Feb. 12 by fax, on-line or in person;
- Phone-in registration begins Friday, Feb. 13.
See 2015 Spring Senior Magazine in lower right column on this page for details.
Note: Early registrations will not be accepted. No mail-in registration.
West Senior Center remodeling project
Remodeling has begun at the West Senior Center to improve space in the facility. Construction is expected to last through March 2015. The city is staging the remodel to minimize impacts on services and programs at the center. Read more...
Help Clearing Snow, Ice for 55 and Older
Boulder County CareConnect (BCCC) offers seniors free volunteer help to clear snow and ice as part of its IceBusters Program. You must be a resident of Boulder or Longmont to receive help and be age 55 or older or an adult with a disability.
To request services, please enroll in the program on line or by calling 303-443-1933 ext. 414. A specialist will return your call to register you within 48 business hours. You will also need to complete and mail BCCC a client liability waiver form (available online) before receiving services.
Senior Services Programs
Case management and community service referrals
Senior Services provides bilingual case management and referrals to community services. Our Resource Specialists offer individualized consultation with a focus on low-income seniors, basic-needs financial applications assistance, caregiver support, respite assistance and education. Services are available to those age 60 and up and their families.
Health, wellness and lifelong learning opportunities
We offer SilverSneakers® and other fitness programs, preventive health screenings and seminars and classes through a variety of community partnerships. SilverSneakers® is a registered mark of Healthways, Inc.
Ongoing educational classes and seminars in technology, life skills and aging issues, creative pursuits and day trips are available to those age 55 and up.
See our quarterly magazine for current offerings and ongoing activities held at the senior centers and registration information.
Contact Betty Kilsdonk, Senior Services Manager, at email@example.com or 303-441-4365 with questions or comments about Boulder Senior Services.
The City of Boulder operates two senior centers within the city limits.
West Senior Center
909 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80302
Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Cafe Classico, operated by Meals on Wheels of Boulder, serves lunch weekdays 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and dinner on Tuesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. at the West Senior Center. Additional information and monthly menus are available on the Cafe Classico web page.
Visitors to the West Senior Center should adhere to the Municipal Campus Rules of Conduct
East Senior Center
5660 Sioux Drive
Boulder, CO 80303
Open 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
For information about room rentals at the West Senior Center, see West Senior Center Room Rentals or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about room rentals at the East Senior Center, see Room Rentals - East Boulder Community Center or email EBCCfacilityrentals@bouldercolorado.gov.