Transportation Assistance

60+ Ride:

Helping active older adults live independently by assisting with transportation since 2007.

Transportation Assistance

When you are an aging adult, getting to appointment and errand destinations can be challenging. 60+ Ride helps individuals age 60 and up maintain their independence by assisting with transportation. We offer free transportation seven days and evenings a week, depending on the availability of volunteer drivers.

Our mission is to help Weld County residents maintain their physical, emotional, and mental health while living independently.

How To Get Started


Call Our Office

Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at 970-352-9348 to confirm your eligibility and request to become registered.

Get Registered

The Intake Coordinator will call you to help you register over the phone. After this intake call, you will receive a packet of documents in the mail from the Intake Coordinator. The documents will need to be reviewed for accuracy, signed, and returned in the self-addressed envelope.

Request A Ride

Once the intake and registration process are completed and you have become a registered client, you may request a ride anytime by phone.

How toSchedule a Ride

  • Call 970-352-9348 Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm to request a ride.
  • A 60+ Ride team member enters your request into our Ride Scheduler software, where a volunteer will be able to respond to and accept the ride request.
  • Please have the address of your destination readily available.
  • Rides are available 7 days and evenings a week, depending on availability of our volunteers.
  • Most rides need be scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance. Non-medical related rides may be available on shorter notice.
  • When a volunteer has accepted your ride request, you will receive a notification. In addition, you will receive a personal reminder call the day before your scheduled trip.

*An average of over 95% of ride requests are fulfilled!


We can provide transportation for almost anywhere you need to go within our service area!

This includes:
– Medical appointments
– Personal needs
– Grocery stores and general shopping
– Places of worship
– Social events
– Active adult centers, recreation, and other outings

We are no cost as we are a 501(C)3 non-profit organization. We are funded by grants and donations. Tipping is not allowed to our drivers as they are volunteering for our non-profit, however we gladly accept donations to 60+ Ride directly as they are always appreciated.

All of Weld County where volunteers are available. We’re always looking to expand our volunteer partners – our goal is to have a base of volunteer partners in every city throughout Weld County.
Our trained and registered volunteers will pick you up in their vehicles. Low, mid, and high-profile vehicles are available and assigned based on client needs. The vehicle will be labeled with a 60+ Ride door magnet sign and all volunteers will be wearing a 60+ Ride name badge.