Senior Community Advisory Committee
The Senior Community Advisory Committee (SCAC)
The Senior Community Advisory Committee (SCAC) represents the broad public interest in providing consultation and expertise to the city via the Human Services Department’s Senior Services staff on policy and programs related to seniors.
The committee advises city staff on long-term planning issues and trends with regard to the senior population, advises on program development for the senior population, promotes and publicizes senior programs, advocates to the community on behalf of seniors, and provides consultation to city staff regarding policies and programs to meet the needs of the senior community. Terms are three years. Meetings are open to the public.
The SCAC consists of no more than seven members, appointed by the city manager. Members must be city residents. Diversity on the SCAC to reflect the Boulder senior community is encouraged. Economic, racial, gender, education and age diversity, among other characteristics, shall be considered in appointing committee members. Desirable areas of expertise to help guide the SCAC’s work may include, but are not limited to, gerontology, social work, wellness, social programming, health care, marketing, fundraising, and knowledge of the local community, including aging programs and agencies. Meetings are held quarterly or as needed.
Next Senior Community Advisory Committee Meeting
Date: Monday, April 10, 10 a.m. - noon
Location: West Senior Center - 909 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 - Alpine Conference room
SCAC Agendas and Summary Notes
For more information regarding the Senior Community Advisory Committee, contact Eden Mayne at MayneE@bouldercolorado.gov or 303-441-4439.