Senior Resources

Living and Aging Well in Lone Tree Ad Hoc Committee

Monthly ​Speaker Series Luncheons

The monthly Speaker Series luncheons are held on the second Monday of each month at the Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel at 11:30 am. Lunch reservations are required  prior to the event and cost $14 per person, which includes a beverage, lunch, dessert and tip.

RSVP to attend the luncheons by noon on the Wednesday prior to the next event at:  

Upcoming Lunch Dates 


  • Monday, February 13, 2017 - Lone Tree Mayor Jackie Millet will present an overview of the City's most exciting 2017 projects.
  • Monday, March 13, 2017 - Fresh Harvest Food Bank, our Lone Tree Food Bank, will discuss the services they provide to needy Douglas County and Elbert County families.
  • Monday, April 10, 2017 - Rose Lynch, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the City of Lone Tree and Town of Parker, will discuss emergency planning for the community and the home.


The Living and Aging Well in Lone Tree Ad Hoc Committee envisions our city as a senior-friendly community where residents have the opportunity to age with choice, independence and dignity.


We are committed to creating opportunities for residents to remain independent and active by:

  • Identifying and advocating for issues and concerns
  • Linking with existing social, health, financial and support agencies
  • Providing avenues for social interaction
  • Supporting educational opportunities

The Living and Aging Well in Lone Tree Ad Hoc Committee has been meeting since January, 2012 to explore issues related to the area's aging population. For several years, Douglas County has been one of the fastest growing counties in the nation.  Although the share of the population 65 years or older in the County is just 7 percent, that age group grew by 177 percent between 2000 and 2010.

Douglas County ranks second in the nation in the growth rate of its older population. That has many of us wondering what it means for services, transportation, health care, safety, social well-being and continued quality of life. Dubbed the Living and Aging Well in Lone Tree Ad Hoc Committee, this local grass-roots effort has been supported by City staff. 

Monthly Happy Hour

Join the friends you see at the monthly luncheons at a monthly happy hour held at Sonoma'z in the Marriott Denver South on Park Meadows Drive. Enjoy food and drink specials from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Please RSVP by noon on the prior Friday to or 303.225.4930 (leave your name and number of attendees).

Additional Senior Resources

Additional resources for seniors in Douglas County include the following:
  • Network of Care is a website provided by the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Area Agency on Aging. This resource is for seniors and their families and caregivers.
  • Neighbor Network is a non-profit volunteer based program that serves Douglas County senior citizens and adults with disabilities.
  • The Douglas County Department of Human Services provides adult and child protection, and assistance with basic living needs.
  • Lone Tree call-n-Ride service.

Douglas County Community Foundation

The Living and Aging Well in Lone Tree Committee is a fund of the Douglas County Community Foundation. The Douglas County Community Foundation is an affiliate foundation of Pikes Peak Community Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


Cheryl Cobler
Administrative Assistant
Luncheon RSVP
Living & Aging Well Email
9220 Kimmer Drive
Suite 100
Lone Tree, CO 80124

Ph: 303-708-1818 (City of Lone Tree)
Ph: 303-225-4930 (Living & Aging Well Committee)

Committee Meeting Times:
9:00 am 3rd Monday of every month

Committee Meeting Location:
Lone Tree Civic Center
8527 Lone Tree Parkway
Lone Tree, CO 80124 
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