The Summit County Community & Senior Center offers meeting-room and event rentals, volunteer opportunities, and a variety of senior services and programming.
The Summit County Community and Senior Center is home to:
Five meeting rooms with over 10,000 square feet available for public and private rental
A fully equipped commercial kitchen, also available for public and private rental
The Summit County Senior Citizens (SCSC) main office
Administrative offices for the Community and Senior Center
Summit County is currently restricting public access to the Community & Senior Center in order to reduce COVID-19 transmission.
Staff is available via phone and email for all questions and inquiries, please call our main line at 970-668-2940.
From the south (Farmer’s Korner, Breckenridge and Blue River area): Go north on Highway 9 toward Frisco. Turn left at the stoplight onto Peak One Boulevard (CR1004). The Community Center is the tan building on the left.
From the north (I-70, Silverthorne and Dillon): From I-70, get off at exit 203. Go south on Summit Boulevard, which turns into Highway 9. Turn right at the stoplight onto Peak One Boulevard (CR1004). The Community Center is the tan building on the left.
Our many programs to serve older adults and local families depend on you support.
To make a tax-deductible contribution, make out a check to: Summit County Community & Senior Center.
Drop contribution during business hours from 9am-4pm
Mail to P.O. Box 1845, Frisco, CO 80443
Our nonprofit tax ID number is 84-6000808
SUMMIT COUNTY EMERGENCY FOOD RESPONSE: If you or someone in your home is ill and are in need of food, medication, or mental health services please call 970-668-2940.
The Community & Senior Center is hosting a year-long series of educational events to help Summit's 50+ population live healthy, fulfilling lives. Learn more.