Over the next 30 years (2010-2040), the Demography Office projects that the population age 65 and over in El Paso County will increase from 61,788 in 2010 to 172,394 in 2040, an increase of 179%. Silver Key’s main goal in the coming years is to grow in a financially sustainable way to meet the rising tide of seniors in our community.
“Given the demographics of the country in general, and Colorado Springs in particular, we can expect our senior population to grow dramatically in the coming years. To be a city that’s attractive to all generations, as we want to be, we need to ensure that we have amenities and services that allow our senior citizens to be active, healthy, and safe.”
–Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers
A Brief Overview of Silver Key's 2016-2017 Annual Report
In addition to the information in the 2015 Annual report, Please find the following information on Silver Key Senior Service
- Silver Key 2016 Form 990
- 2015 end of year assets were $8,769,328 (line 22 of the 2016 Form 990)
- Measurable Effectiveness Practice