Service Area Map for Metro Denver

Metro Denver Service Area

Colorado First and Existing Industry Representatives for the Metro Denver Colorado Community College System colleges

College Contact Phone
Arapahoe Community College Kim Larson-Cooney 303-797-5723
Community College of Aurora  Janel Highfill 303-340-7064
Community College of Denver  Katrina Wert 303-352-6911
Emily Griffith Technical College Chuck Sugent 720-423-8978
Front Range Community College – Westminster Campus Claudia Ossola 303-404-5461
Front Range Community College – Larimer Campus Erin Fink Smith 970-231-7247
Red Rocks Community College Jeannine Kreller 303-914-6769

Description of Service Areas for Metro Denver

System President’s Procedure SP 9-20b- Community College Service Areas describes the service areas for Metro Denver as follows:

Arapahoe Community College

Arapahoe Community College (ACC) serves an area defined by the boundaries below. Its service area for vocational programs is the same.

  • Western Boundary(from west to east): U.S. Highway 85 to West Quincy Avenue; east on Quincy to South Irving; north on Irving to West Oxford; west on Oxford, following the Fort Logan Mental Health Center boundaries, to South Lowell; north on Lowell to West Hampden Avenue (U.S. 2 85); east on Hampden to South Federal Boulevard; north on Federal to West Dartmouth Avenue; east on Dartmouth to South Tejon; north on Tejon to Yale Avenue; east on Yale to University Boulevard; south on University to East Hampden Avenue; east on Hampden to I-25, south on I-25 to I-225; northeast on I-225 to South Yosemite Street; south on Yosemite to the intersect of I-25, which approaches Arapahoe Road; and east on Arapahoe Road to Boxelder Creek.
  • Northern Boundary(from west to east): U.S. Highway 85 to West Quincy Avenue; east on Quincy to South Irving; north on Irving to West Oxford; west on Oxford, following the Fort Logan Mental Health Center boundaries, to South Lowell; north on Lowell to West Hampden Avenue (U.S. 2 85); east on Hampden to South Federal Boulevard; north on Federal to West Dartmouth Avenue; east on Dartmouth to South Tejon; north on Tejon to Yale Avenue; east on Yale to University Boulevard; south on University to East Hampden Avenue; east on Hampden to I-25, south on I-25 to I-225; northeast on I-225 to South Yosemite Street; south on Yosemite to the intersect of I-25, which approaches Arapahoe Road; and east on Arapahoe Road to Boxelder Creek.
  • Eastern Boundary(from north to south): Intersect of East Hampden Avenue and I-25; I-25 southeast to I-225; I-225 northeast to South Yosemite; Yosemite south to I-25 intersect, approaching Arapahoe Road; Arapahoe Road east to Boxelder Creek; Boxelder Creek south through Arapahoe County to the Elbert County border; northern Elbert County border west to Douglas County border; and Douglas County border south encompassing all of Douglas County.
  • Southern Boundary(from west to east): Southern borders of Jefferson and Douglas counties.

Community College of Aurora

The Community College of Aurora (CCA) serves an area defined by the boundaries described below. Its service area for vocational programs is the same.

  • Western Boundary (from north to south): Quebec Street south to Hampden Avenue; west on Hampden to I-25; south on I-25 to I-225; northeast on I-225 to South Yosemite Street; south on Yosemite to the I-225 intersect, which approaches Arapahoe Road.
  • Northern Boundary: Highway 2 from Quebec Street northeast to the Adams County line and along that line to Boxelder Creek.
  • Eastern Boundary (from north to south): From Adams County line to Boxelder Creek; south on Boxelder Creek to a point equivalent to Arapahoe Road as it extends east through Arapahoe County to Boxelder Creek.
  • Southern Boundary (from west to east): Arapahoe Road and a line extending east from Arapahoe Road to Boxelder Creek.

 Community College of Denver

The Community College of Denver (CCD) serves an area defined by the boundaries described below. Its service area for vocational programs is the same.

  • Western Boundary: Sheridan Boulevard.
  • Northern Boundary: Interstate 70.
  • Eastern Boundary: Quebec Street.
  • Southern Boundary (from west to east): West Quincy Avenue from Sheridan intersect to South Irving Street; north on Irving to west Oxford; west on Oxford, following Fort Logan Mental Health Center boundaries to South Lowell Boulevard; north on Lowell to U.S. 285 (Hampden); east on U.S. 285 to South Federal Boulevard; north on Federal to West Dartmouth; east on Dartmouth to South Tejon; north on Tejon to Yale Avenue; east on Yale to University Boulevard; south on University to East Hampden Avenue, and east on Hampden to the intersect of Quebec Street. The southern boundary of CCD coincides with he northern boundary of Arapahoe Community College.

Emily Griffith Technical College

Emily Griffith Opportunity School serves the city and county of Denver.

 Front Range Community College

Front Range Community College (FRCC) serves an area defined by the boundaries described below. Its service area for vocational programs is the same. Front Range Community College also holds a service area assignment in Larimer County. Front Range Community College/Larimer County Vocational-Technical Center shares Larimer and Weld counties with Aims Community College for vocational programs.

  • Western Boundary (from north to south): Western borders of Boulder and Jefferson counties; Jefferson County border south to a point equivalent to 80th Avenue as it extends west to the border; 80th Avenue line east to Wadsworth Boulevard; Wadsworth south to West 66th Avenue; 66th Avenue east to Sheridan Avenue; and Sheridan south to I-70 intersect.
  • Northern Boundary (from west to east): Boulder County border to Adams County border and north Adams County border to I-76 intersect, reaching the intersection of Adams County border and I-76.
  • Eastern Boundary (from south to north): Quebec Street from I-70 to Highway 2; northeast on Highway 2 to the Adams County border.
  • Southern Boundary: Interstate 70.

Red Rocks Community College

Red Rocks Community College (RRCC) serves an area defined by the boundaries described below. It service area for vocational programs is the same.

  • Western Boundary: Western borders of Gilpin, Clear Creek, and Park counties.
  • Northern Boundary (from west to east): Northern border of Gilpin County; Highway 72 south to a point equivalent to 80th Avenue; 80th Avenue extending east to Wadsworth Boulevard; Wadsworth south to 66th Avenue; and 66th Avenue east to Sheridan Boulevard.
  • Eastern Boundary (from north to south): Eastern border of Gilpin County to a point equivalent to 80th Avenue; 80th Avenue east to Wadsworth Boulevard; Wadsworth south to 66th Avenue; 66th east to South Sheridan Boulevard; and Sheridan south to West Quincy Avenue.
  • Southern Boundary (from west to east): U.S. 285 from Jefferson County border to West Quincy Avenue east to Sheridan Boulevard.