Collaborating Transit Resources County by County

Local Coordinating Council (LCC)

Each LCC is an alliance of community organizations, individuals, local government, and other interested groups that works together to identify and fulfill the public and human service transportation needs of their counties. Key target populations include older adults, people with disabilities, and low-income populations.

people at a meeting

County Directory of LCCs

LCC: Adams County

 Contact Rebecca Zamora 720-523-6991 or 


LCC: Arapahoe County

3rd Thursday of every month
City of Littleton
2255 W. Berry Avenue, Littleton, CO 80120
Andrea Suhaka


LCC: Boulder County

2nd Monday of every month (odd months in Longmont/even months in Boulder)

Boulder LCC Page
2525 13th St., Large Conference Room (2nd Floor), Boulder, CO, 80304
515 Coffman Street, 112S Public Meeting Room, Longmont, CO, 80501
Angel Bond


LCC: Broomfield County

2nd Friday of every month
Broomfield Community Center

Broomfield LCC Page
280 Spader Way, Broomfield, CO 80020
Jennifer Hussey

LCC: Clear Creek

3rd Wednesday of each month
location varies

John Bryan

LCC: Denver County

3rd Wednesday of each month

2829 W Howard Pl, Denver, CO 80204

Jaime Lewis


LCC: Douglas County

4th Thursday of every month

Douglas County LCC
Douglas County offices
100 E. Third, Castle Rock, CO 80104
Faye Estes


LCC: Jefferson County

1st Thursday of every month
Seniors’ Resource Center
3227 Chase Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80212
Dawn Sluder


Learn More

To learn more about Local Coordinating Councils (LCCs) in the Denver Region, contact Kate Williams at 303-861- 3711, x100 or