Starting Jan. 1, the minimum wage in unincorporated Boulder County is $15.69/hour.

A partir del 1 de enero, el salario mínimo local en la zona no incorporada del condado de Boulder será de $15.69/hora.

Research, Surveys, and Plans

AAA Research, Surveys, and Plans

Planning and Implementation

The Area Agency for Aging provides leadership in assessing the strengths and needs of older adults; facilitates strategic planning and implementation; and funds and provides services to benefit older adults and their family caregivers.

During 2018, the Colorado Association for Area Agencies on Aging (C4A) authorized National Research Center, Inc. (NRC) to conduct a survey of older adults across Colorado and in each area agency on aging (AAA), including Boulder County. The survey was funded by the NextFifty Initiative. The documents posted below include:

  • The Community Assessment Survey for Older Adults™ (CASOA™) for Boulder County
  • A Subgroup Comparison Report for Boulder County that includes demographic cross tabulations and geographic subgroup cross tabulations that compare results from the municipalities of Boulder, Erie, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, and Superior
  • The CASOA™ report for the state of Colorado
  • The Subgroup Comparisons across Colorado. Interested parties can locate the report for each of the sixteen AAA regions on the C4A website.

The CASOA™ provides a statistically valid survey of the strengths and needs of older adults as reported by older adults themselves in Boulder County and across Colorado. These reports are intended to enable local governments, community-based organizations, the private sector, and other community members to understand more thoroughly and predict more accurately the services and resources required to serve an aging population. For questions regarding the CASOA™, please email Lindsay Parsons at lparsons@bouldercounty.org.

Research, Surveys, and Plans

Boulder County Area Agency on Aging conducts research about the region and participates in planning every four years. This results in an Area Plan, which is submitted to the State Unit on Aging describing how federal and state funds will be used in the region. At the same time the Age Well Boulder County strategic plan is updated.

The Area Plan for the July 1, 2019- June 30, 2023 period (as submitted to the State Unit on Aging) and Age Well Boulder County for 2015-2019 are linked below:

Archived Research and Reports

Survey and community conversation reports from 2010 are shown below for comparison purposes. The 2010 reports also include comparisons with State of Colorado data:

The Area Plan for the July 1, 2011- June 30, 2015 period (as submitted to the State Unit on Aging) and Age Well Boulder County for 2011-2015 are linked below:

Advocacy

The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging (BCAAA) provides leadership and advocacy on issues affecting older adults and family and informal caregivers. As a part of the Federal Aging Network, we are mandated by the Older Americans Act to advocate for those we serve. While we are mandated to advocate, our staff and network of partners, volunteers, and allies are passionate supporters of policies and legislation that support healthy aging. The BCAAA is also guided by the Board of County Commissioners Legislative Priorities and assisted by Policy & Legislative Affairs and Legislative Affairs staff.

Member of USAging, the national association representing and supporting the network of Area Agencies on Aging and advocating for the Title VI Native American Aging Programs.

The Board of County Commissioners’ legislative staff also tracks federal legislation and has federal legislative priorities.

Find Your RepresentativeU.S. House of Representatives

Contacting U.S. SenatorsU.S. Senate

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Boulder County Area
Agency on Aging

Main: 303-441-3570

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Location

Sundquist Building
3482 Broadway St.
Boulder, CO 80304
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Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday


Mailing Address

PO Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306

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