Office on Aging

The Denver Office on Aging serves the older adult population of Denver by advocating for their rights and concerns, developing collaborative strategies to increase community awareness of older adult challenges, and enhancing communication by providing information, resources and referrals to Denver area older adults.

"Over the next 30 years, people over 65 are projected to more than double and will make up about 17% of our population. As individuals and as community - we must plan for our health, finances, work and mobility. As a City, we must consider policies that promote quality of life and livable communities. We must meet the responsibilities associated with the upcoming demographic changes and ensure that Denver is the best city in which to be and grow older."

- Mayor Michael B. Hancock

Latest News and Events

  

Nov 19, 2014

The Denver Office on Aging recognizes the rich stories of our elders in the community.  As Christmas approaches - being with family and honoring our loved ones is something so important. See the featured story this week that touches the heart....

Oct 28, 2014

The Denver Commission on Aging is proud to present the 2nd Annual Holiday Joy for Seniors.  In December 2014, the Commission will gather items and assemble 125 baskets for isolated seniors in the Denver community. 

Contact the Office on Aging

Amanda Gregg, Director
201 W. Colfax Avenue,  Dept. 1102
Located on the 2nd Floor
Denver, CO 80202
Phone:   720-913-8456
Fax:        720-913-8470
Amanda.Gregg@Denvergov.org


Denver 311 Help Center Call 3-1-1
Outside Denver Call (720)913-1311
Emergencies: 911 
TTY Service: 720-913-8479

Population 75 and Over By Neighborhood

Population 75 and Over by neighborhood

Median Income for Households Age 65 & Over By Census

Median Income for Householders Age 65 and Over by Census Tract

Percentage of Household Age 60 & Over By Neighborhood

Percentage of Householders Age 60 and Over by Neighborhood
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