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Colorado Map-Hearing Looped Venues

Last updated 5/18/2024

Colorado printable lists:

Colorado interactive map of places with hearing loops 

 

National list 

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New Colorado hearing loops (newest at the top of the list, and includes 'discovered' hearing loops)

  • Colorado Springs Airport, Colorado Springs

  • Clyfford Still Museum, Denver. Counter hearing loop at information desk

  • Meow Wolf, Denver. 3 counter hearing loops: guest experiences, coat check, HELLOFOOD

  • Arapahoe Libraries, will be in all 8 branches. New hearing loops in Davies, Eloise May, Koelbel, Sheridan, Smoky Hill, and Southglenn branches; Centennial, Deer Trail, and Denver.

  • Mesa County Libraries, Clifton Branch, Clifton

  • Douglas County Libraries, Castle Rock Branch, Castle Rock

  • Mesa County Libraries, Central Branch, Grand Junction

  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver

  • Colorado Capitol-Senate Floor, Denver

  • Longmont Calvary, Longmont

  • Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, Boulder

  • Green Mountain Presbyterian Church, Lakewood

  • Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Parker

  • Boulder County SE Services Hub, Lafayette

  • Westminster City Council, Westminster

  • Lake Dillon Theatre, Silverthorne

  • Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, Ft. Collins

  • Marshall's Mortuary and Cremation Service, Denver

  • El Paso County, Elections, Colorado Springs

  • Colorado Center for the Blind, Littleton

  • United Methodist Church of Johnstown, Johnstown

  • Church at Redstone, Redstone

  • Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church, Dillon

  • ARC Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs

  • St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Littleton

  • Atlantis Apartments, Denver

  • City of Fountain: (8) Council Chambers, Utilities, Administration, Police Department

  • Arapahoe Libraries: (3) Kelver Library (Byers), Castlewood Library (Centennial), Koelbel Library (Centennial)

  • Boulder Valley Christian Church, Boulder

  • International Hearing Dog, Inc., Henderson (Sertoma donation)

  • Koelbel Library, Arapahoe Libraries, Centennial (Sertoma donation)

  • HearAid Audiology Clinic, Pueblo

  • Ent Credit Union, Westside Service Center on W Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs

  • The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, Breckenridge

  • First Unitarian Society of Denver, Denver

  • Bemis Library, Littleton

  • Atonement Lutheran Church, Boulder

  • Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Lafayette

  • East Library, Pikes Peak Library District, Colorado Springs (Sertoma donation)

  • Lakewood Cultural Center, Lakewood (NextFifty Foundation donation)

  • Wheeler Opera House, Aspen

  • UCHealth: (6) Loveland, Fort Collins

Colorado has approximately:

  • 239 hearing loops (161 room, 61 counter, 20 window, 4 table, and numerous airport gates)

  • 189 locations: airport 1, audiology 8, education 2, government 38, health 14, library 25, mortuary 1, museum 3, nonprofit 7, recreation 6, senior 18, services 2, performing arts/theater 13, and places of worship 57. Some organizations have more than one hearing loop.

 

In addition, there are 11 portable hearing loops:

  • The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has 10 portable hearing loop systems for use across the state, such as during emergency service response.

  • Colorado Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities has a portable hearing loop system.

 

For a detailed map of CU Boulder that shows their 2 hearing loops, check out https://www.colorado.edu/map/  

 

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