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Colorado Map-Hearing Looped Venues

Last updated 3/17/2023

Colorado printable lists: Central and Western Colorado, Metro-Denver, Northern Colorado, Southern Colorado

 

Colorado interactive map of places with hearing loops. 

 

National list of Theaters, Concert and Event Halls, with 350 hearing loops. Click for pdf list 

National list of hearing loops. See Loop Locator website (Time2LoopAmerica)

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

  • 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:

  • 232 hearing loops (159 room, 62 counter, 20 window, and 4 table)

  • 174 locations: audiology 8, education 2, government 38, health 14, library 18, mortuary 1, museum 2, nonprofit 7, recreation 5, senior 18, services 2, performing arts/theater 14, 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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