Boulder Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Boulder Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Boulder for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,720/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Boulder Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
The Mary Sandoe House $3,900/month
Sunrise of Boulder $4,900/month
The Carillon at Boulder Creek $4,060/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Sunnyslope Estate Senior Living Northglenn $2,600/month
The Legacy at Lafayette Assisted Living Lafayette $3,340/month
The Verandas at Wheat Ridge Wheat Ridge $3,090/month
Sunrise at FlatIrons Broomfield $4,430/month
Sunrise at Cherry Creek Denver $4,570/month
Sunrise of Pinehurst Denver $5,380/month
Sunrise of Westminster Westminster $4,570/month
Springbrooke Retirement & Assisted Living Denver $2,425/month
Springwood Arvada $3,525/month
Hillcrest of Loveland Loveland $4,190/month
Keystone Place at Legacy Ridge Westminster $3,700/month
Elk Run Assisted Living Community Evergreen $3,200/month
Courtyard of Loveland Loveland $3,000/month
The Peaks at Old Laramie Trail Lafayette $3,295/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Boulder Assisted Living Facilities

Sunrise of Boulder

Review by Avis

Consumer

I like Sunrise of Boulder very much. I love the little cottage feel that it had. The kitchens were pretty bare compared to some of the other places I went to because they had little white dormitory-sized refrigerators. The food was really great. I had a very nice salad and I could tell it was freshly-made soup...

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Map of Boulder Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Boulder

Boulder CO The city of Boulder is one of the most populous in Colorado, located at the base of the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The city has a rich history, and often receives top rankings in health, education, well-being, art, and quality of life. Sitting at the foot of Flagstaff Mountain makes for some beautiful landscapes surrounding the city, and the city tends to have dry, sunny weather that makes it a prime location for any senior looking to relocate. While snowfall is common during the winter, it is rarely very deep and usually melts quickly.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Boulder

Boulder Senior Services is a branch of the Department of Human Services, and it is their mission to provide a sense of community and well-being to seniors. They operate two senior centers in the city of Boulder, which offer meals and a variety of classes on life skills, aging issues, and technology. They also offer art classes and other creative pursuits. Boulder Senior Services also runs SilverSneakers and Forever Fit, both senior fitness programs. The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging is another agency that assisted living residents in Boulder can benefit from, offering senior services such as elder rights programs, advocates, and Rainbow Elders, a program that offers support and plans activities for seniors who identify as LGBT.

Boulder Senior-Friendly Activities

Boulder is host to the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, which plays regularly at the Macky Auditorium at the University of Colorado. There is a lot of destination shopping in Boulder, including Pearl Street Mall, host to many restaurants and artisan shops, and The Hill, a more historic shopping center. There is a farmer’s market that operates near the Pearl Street Mall from April through October on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Boulder CO senior coupleFor those who would like to enjoy nature without the exertion of hiking, the Andrews Arboretum is a lovely destination in downtown Boulder. The Boulder History Museum is a fantastic stop for those who have a love of history, as it’s constantly rotating displays teach about the area’s rich and varied history.

Boulder Medical Facilities

Boulder Community Hospital has been serving the town of Boulder since 1922, and currently boasts a nationally certified stroke center and a gold seal award for their hip and knee replacements. They also provide transit for seniors and several other senior services, including hearing screenings and incontinence management. Foothills Hospital is Boulder’s main emergency services hospital, and specializes in cardiology, orthopedic, and neurological services. Resident of assisted living in Boulder have plentiful health care options.

Boulder Transportation

Boulder has no large airport of its own, but it is only twenty-five miles away from Denver, which is home to Denver International Airport. For getting around the city, Boulder is part of the Rapid Transportation District, which includes several bus routes around town and connecting to surrounding towns as well. Listed as the #1 happiest city in the country and one of the top ten healthiest cities to live and retire, it is no secret why Boulder is a fantastic city for any senior to consider moving to. For more information on senior housing in Boulder, see our Boulder Assisted Living options. Back to Top