This year, the Senate Appropriations Committee is accepting Congressionally Directed Spending requests. The Senate Appropriations Committee will consider senators’ requests while writing the annual spending bill. Projects listed here represent those that have been submitted as of May 20th and are not guaranteed to be funded. All projects are listed in alphabetical order by subcommittee. Between now and June 13th, this page will be updated as additional subcommittee submissions are made. 

Senators must certify that they and their immediate family have no financial interests in the projects they request. Certification is available HERE.

FY23 Submitted Requests

  • ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    Aspen Airport Business Center Integrated Clean Energy Microgrid Project Phase 1(b)

    Pitkin County

    This project will expand the use of renewable energy at the Pitkin County Public Works campus ––including the purchase of two additional batteries and additional solar panels for facilities in Aspen.

    Pitkin County

    $ 2,550,000

    Bruce Canyon Reservoir Design

    Bureau of Reclamation

    The project will fund engineering and design efforts that lay the groundwork for the proposed Bruce Canyon Reservoir. The new reservoir aims to increase drought preparedness and resiliency by increasing water storage in this economically disadvantaged area.

    Huerfano County

    $ 310,335

    City of Northglenn Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Pilot Project

    Bureau of Reclamation

    This project will fund a pilot project to test the feasibility of storing water underground to prevent water loss through evaporation.

    Northglenn, CO

    $ 1,444,400

    Clean Energy for Facilities Project

    City of Northglenn, CO

    This project provides solar energy to Northglenn’s Recreation Center.

    Northglenn, CO

    $ 800,000

    CMU Main Campus Geo-Exchange Loop Expansion

    Colorado Mesa University

    This project will expand Colorado Mesa University’s geo-exchange heating and cooling system, the largest system in the state. This will provide a more energy efficient, cost-effective means of heating and cooling water at the university.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 2,996,000

    Conejos Cooperative Project Reservoir

    Bureau of Reclamation

    This project will allow the Conejos Water Conservancy District, in cooperation with multiple stakeholders, to construct a new gravel lake reservoir using water from both the Conejos and the Rio San Antonio Rivers. While the primary purpose is for irrigation, the reservoir will also expand access to outdoor recreation activities.

    Antonito, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Corbett Creek Crossing

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    This project will fund the construction of a new series of box culverts to ensure continued access to County Road 17 during floods or other natural disasters.

    Ouray County

    $ 1,084,000

    Craig Energy Center Feasibility Study

    Tri-State Generation and Transmission

    This project will allow Tri-State and the City of Craig to complete a feasibility study to develop a new center for green technologies at the Craig Energy Center. The study directly supports a coal community creating new green energy jobs and job training throughout Moffat County.

    Craig, CO

    $ 200,000

    Dan Israel Memorial Hydroelectric Project

    Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

    This project will empower the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe to create their own renewable energy company and increase use of hydroelectric energy in the surrounding communities. The project engages a currently wasted energy source - the Towaoc Highline Canal - by diverting the canal’s flow into a hydroelectric generator.

    Montezuma County

    $ 2,000,000

    Denver and Arapahoe Disposal Site Renewable Natural Gas

    City and County of Denver

    The project will fund a City and County of Denver study to determine the potential uses of methane captured from a local landfill.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 150,000

    El Paso County LED Retrofit Energy Efficiency Project

    El Paso County

    This project will fund the replacement of current lighting fixtures in all county administration buildings with LED bulbs fixtures. These new fixtures provide an estimated energy savings of 30% for El Paso County.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 445,000

    EV Fleet Management Platform

    La Plata Electric Association

    This project will fund electric vehicle charging and energy storage infrastructure to provide no-emission electric charging stations in Durango, CO.

    Durango, CO

    $ 1,950,000

    Fort Garland Museum Geothermal Update and Expansion

    Fort Garland Museum and Cultural Center, History Colorado

    This project will upgrade the existing geothermal system at the Fort Garland Museum to include the “Commandant’s Quarters” building that currently does not have a heating system. This will allow the building to use temperature control necessary to display artifacts.

    Fort Garland, CO

    $ 137,500

    Lower Willow Creek Micro-Hydro Electric Generation Project

    City of Creede

    This project will help the City of Creede build a new energy system to generate electricity.. The estimated energy savings would almost entirely offset the annual energy consumption of municipal buildings in Creede.

    Mineral County

    $ 425,000

    Pinewood Springs Energy Resiliency Microgrid

    Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association

    This project will allow the Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association to build an electric microgrid in rural, mountainous Pinewood Springs, which will reduce the risk of power outages in the community in the face of extreme weather events.

    Lyons, CO

    $ 425,000

    Renewables and Resilience Program for Non-profit Human Service Providers

    City and County of Denver

    This project will fund the deployment, integration, and management of renewable energy for critical service providers, such as affordable housing providers, food pantries, homeless shelters, and medical clinics in Denver's under-resourced communities.

    Denver, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Rio Grande Multi-benefit Infrastructure Improvement Project

    Bureau of Reclamation

    This project will upgrade dam infrastructure, rehabilitate four surface water diversion structures, and restore habitat along the Rio Grande River in the San Luis Valley.

    Alamosa County

    $ 950,000

    Upgrade Telemetry Equipment

    Bureau of Reclamation

    This project will replace outdated equipment for the Town of Crawford’s water management system. This equipment is vital in providing real-time data of water flowing into the Town, particularly when there is severe drought.

    Crawford, CO

    $ 10,836

    Upper Gunnison Basin Climate Action Project

    Bureau of Reclamation

    This project will restore the wetlands and improve the resilience of federal lands within CO's Upper Gunnison Basin. The Conservancy District will deploy proven techniques to slow down and spread out water, reducing the potential for flooding while sequestering carbon and reconnecting the floodplain to the greater ecosystem.

    Gunnison, CO

    $ 540,000

    West Steamboat Springs Electrical Infrastructure Upgrades

    Yampa Valley Housing Authority

    This project will allow the Yampa Valley Housing Authority to acquire the electrical infrastructure necessary to provide electricity to the proposed 2,300-unit Brown Ranch affordable housing development in Routt County, the largest proposed affordable housing development in Colorado.

    Steamboat Springs, CO

    $ 3,000,000

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  • AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FDA, AND RELATED AGENCIES

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    Bent County Armory

    Bent County

    This project will enable updates to the physical infrastructure of the Las Animas Armory in Bent County. The updated building will house essential services for residents including emergency services, disaster response, public health services and education, and food distribution all in a centralized location.

    Las Animas, CO

    $ 807,228

    Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club Capital Campaign

    Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club

    This project will build a new facility creating a true community center where a change for the better will happen for local youth and families. The new facility will house a gym, a teaching kitchen, a tech lab, and a community garden all available for communal use in addition to Boys and Girls Club activities.

    Montrose, CO

    $ 1,700,000

    Critical Access Hospital & Rural Health Clinic Replacement Facility

    Kiowa County Hospital District

    This project will help with the construction of a new modular critical access hospital. This facility will have 25 beds, a 5-bed emergency department with limited trauma capabilities, two outpatient procedural rooms, and telemedicine suite to serve this rural region of Colorado.

    Eads, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    ELHI Community Center

    Town of Ignacio

    This project will expand access to community center services for the community of Ignacio, CO. By acquiring the ELHI Community Center, multiple community non-profits will be able to continue providing services in a central location..

    Ignacio, CO

    $ 467,500

    Fairgrounds Area Renovation

    Elbert County Government

    This project will relocate the main rodeo arena to allow for future growth in participation and programs at the fairgrounds. . This is the first phase of the County's work to improve and modernize the fairground.

    Kiowa, CO

    $ 605,000

    Haxtun Health Main Street Clinic

    Haxtun Hospital District

    This project will help fund the final stage of the Haxtun Hospital District (HHD) Main Street Family Care Clinic, Physical Therapy, and Retail Pharmacy, providing integrated health services to the community. This funding would support the construction of the roof, interior furnishings, and clinic equipment.

    Haxtun, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Holyoke Community Childcare Initiative

    Holyoke Community Childcare Initititive

    This project will help build a new childcare facility that will benefit families, employers, and the community in northeast Colorado. Once built, it will expand access to care for over 100 children and create at least 15 jobs.

    Holyoke, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Kiowa County Courthouse Single Entry Point

    Kiowa County

    This project will help construct a new entrance for the Kiowa County Courthouse. This new entrance will expand access to the building by providing an ADA compliant elevator and updated security equipment.

    Kiowa County

    $ 750,000

    Lake Granby Public Safety Facility

    Grand Fire Protection District

    This project will help build a Public Safety Facility to provide emergency services to the community and visitors of nearby federal forests, recreation areas, and national park lands. The facility will support structural and wildland fire operations, back country search and rescue, and water rescue.

    Grand County, CO

    $ 1,300,000

    Main Street Safety Improvement and Beautification Project

    Town of Nucla

    This project will help Nucla make improvements to their Main Street (Highway 97). This will increase safety and revitalize the downtown area in this rural community.

    Nucla, CO

    $ 2,324,173

    Maybell Diversion and Headgate Project

    The Nature Conservancy

    This project will reconstruct the historic Maybell diversion and modernize the headgate in the lower Yampa River This will increase water users’ control of irrigation water, improve aquatic habitat for at least 20 river miles, and facilitate boat and fish passage.

    Craig, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    ML&P Building Construction

    City of Delta

    This project will help fund the construction of a new Municipal Light and Power (ML&P) building for a local food incubator and hub. This new facility will provide a space for upstarting chefs and producers to collaborate, while providing alternative affordable food options for the community.

    Delta, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Replacement Critical Access Hospital

    Lincoln Community Hospital

    This project will help construct a new hospital building. This will expand access to services and modernize standards of care.

    Hugo, CO

    $ 10,000,000

    Restoration of the Historic Hugo Roundhouse as a Community Space

    Lincoln County

    This project will complete renovations to the Hugo Union Pacific Railroad Roundhouse This is the final phase in the restoration of a facility that will serve as a community gathering place and center for education, fostering community connections and supporting the economic rebirth of the region.

    Hugo, CO

    $ 1,986,827

    Smart Classrooms for STEM Education and Workforce Development in Southwest Colorado

    Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

    This project will enhance STEM education at the Crow Canyon Archeological Center in Southwest Colorado. Updating and equipping the Crow Canyon Campus with “smart classrooms” will allow participants to engage in in-person and remote interactive learning of STEM subjects.

    Cortez, CO

    $ 988,500

    The Kit Carson Shared Workspace

    Kit Carson Rural Development

    This project will help build a new shared community workspace equipped with high speed internet and meeting rooms. This will be a fully functional space for local residents to attend online trainings, access telehealth appointments, access online school courses, and accommodate any other community needs.

    Kit Carson, CO

    $ 100,000

    The Pagosa Springs Career Technical Education and Workforce Training Center

    Build Pagosa, Inc

    This project will fund the construction of the Pagosa Springs Career Technical Education and Workforce Training Center to expand access to career and professional trade education programs.

    Pagosa Springs, CO

    $ 1,800,000

    Town of Collbran Auditorium Renovation

    Town of Collbran

    This project will improve the historic Collbran Auditorium building, addressing critical safety issues and building improvements. This will allow the Town of Collbran to continue use of this building for community events.

    Collbran, CO

    $ 1,650,000

    Trinidad State College - Residence Hall Renovation

    Trinidad State College

    This project will help Trinidad State College renovate and modernize their 60-year-old residence halls. This will bring the Residence Hall Complex in line with the College’s recently completed Renovation Program Plan and support student experience and wellbeing.

    Trinidad, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Ute Indian Museum Naturescape Education Project

    Ute Indian Museum, History Colorado

    This project will support a Naturescape play and outdoor education project at the Ute Indian Museum. The Museum will build outdoor interactive models to reflect the Native American traditions and values of the connection to the earth and nature with walking paths, traditional homes, and classrooms.

    Montrose, CO

    $ 80,000

    Weed control tractor and mower

    Alamosa County

    This project will allow Alamosa County to replace outdated machinery with a new tractor and mower to mitigate weeds along county property, increasing the efficiency of this county service.

    Alamosa County

    $ 48,400

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  • MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, VETERANS AFFAIRS, AND RELATED AGENCIES

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    U.S. Air Force Academy Cemetery Expansion

    U.S. Air Force Academy

    This project will expand the USAFA cemetery to accommodate future demand. Expansion will add approximately 1,300 new burial plots.

    USAFA 

    $ 5,000,000

    New USAFA Visitor Center Interior Infrastructure and Exhibits

    U.S. Air Force Academy

    This project will renovate and complete the new visitor center at Air Force Academy's North Gate. The visitor center will include exhibits that provide an immersive experience to showcase the Air Force Academy, the Air Force, and the Space Force.

    USAFA

    $ 15,000,000

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  • COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    Access to Justice Initiatives for Rural Colorado

    Colorado Access to Justice Commission

    This project will implement a strategic plan to reduce barriers to legal resources and representation across rural Colorado. This program works with existing access to justice initiatives on the ground to connect rural communities to virtual and in-person legal resources and pro-bono representation

    Statewide

    $ 627,000

    AgNext: Sustainable Solutions for Animal Agriculture

    Colorado State University

    This project will support one year of

    research and the purchase of lab equipment to study more accurate baseline emissions of cattle housed in a natural environment. This research will aid the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing food system resiliency, and providing adequate nutrition for growing populations.

    Fort Collins, CO

    $ 1,350,000

    Denver District Attorney’s Office Human Trafficking Unit Project

    Denver Mayor's Office

    This project will support two positions in the Denver District Attorney’s Office Human Trafficking Unit in order to implement coordinated approaches to identifying victims of sex and labor trafficking. Expanding this program will increase the ablity to investigate and prosecute sex and labor trafficking cases and support survivors of these cases.

    Denver, CO

    $178,000

    Denver Sheriff Department Housing Navigation Program

    Denver Mayors Office

    This project will create a housing navigator position at the Denver Sheriff Department to help previously incarcerated individuals secure affordable housing. This project will also assist those individuals with transportation, move-in costs, and security deposits.

    Denver, CO

    $ 750,000

    Denver Sheriff Department Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Expansion Program

    Denver Mayor's Office

    This project will increase access to medication-assisted treatment to incarcerated individuals and help individuals maintain their access once released from custody. This program will help fight the opioid epidemic by offering seamless support services to at-risk individuals.

    Denver, CO

    $ 1,650,000

    Denver’s Community-Based Violence Intervention Program

    Denver Mayors Office

    This project will enable the expansion of the Denver Mayor’s Office’s prevention and intervention strategies for high-risk youth and adults. Through community partnership, this program aims to integrate violence intervention and crisis response with individualized services to reach individuals most likely to experience violence.

    Denver, CO

    $ 799,000

    Faro 3D crime and accident scene scanner

    City of Thornton

    This project will help the community acquire a FARO 3D scanner. This large scale laser scanning tool quickly and accurately documents crime and traffic accident scenes, facilitating more successful prosecutions.

    Thornton, CO

    $ 102,000

    Fentanyl Strike Team

    Denver Mayor's office

    This project will jump-start a two officer “strike team” for targeted enforcement of fentanyl distribution networks within the City and County of Denver. A specialized team used for precision policing of fentanyl will help the Denver Police Department disrupt the distribution of the drug.

    Denver, CO

    $269,000

    Law Enforcement Software Suite Replacement

    Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

    This project will replace the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office software system with a new software package that would allow the department to streamline services and documents.

    Jefferson County

    $ 2,750,000

    Mobile Command Center

    City of Thornton

    This project will build a mobile command post to allow for key incident command decision-making in the field. This will improve responses and communication during law enforcement operations.

    Thornton, CO

    $ 650,000

    Night Moves Youth Violence Program

    City and County of Denver

    This project will enable the expansion of the Night Moves program to three new sites. Night Moves provides mental health and substance use services for youth ages 12-18 and tailors programs to the specific needs of each community.

    Denver, CO

    $ 350,000

    Overtime Targeted Traffic Control (OTTC) Patrols to Address Gun Violence

    Denver Mayors Office

    This project will expand targeted traffic control patrols to address an increase in gun violence in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood.

    Denver, CO

    $424,000 

    Pueblo PD FARO 3D Scanner

    City of Pueblo

    This project will help the community acquire a FARO 3D scanner. This large scale laser scanning tool quickly and accurately documents crime and traffic accident scenes, facilitating more successful prosecutions.

    Pueblo, CO

    $86,000 

    Rapid DNA Instrument

    City of Thornton

    This project will provide quicker case conclusions by enabling the Thornton police department to analyze DNA samples from crime scenes and return results within 90 minutes.

    Thornton, CO

    $171,000 

    Rio Blanco County Law Enforcement Training Center

    Rio Blanco County

    This project will help equip a new Rio Blanco Law Enforcement Training Center with state-of-the-art resources. This facility will be a regional hub for training, career advancement, and education programs for local law enforcement in rural northwest Colorado.

    Meeker, CO

    $ 350,000

    RMBL Ecological Prediction Lab: Airborne Coverage to Inform Water and Forest Health Management

    Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory

    This project will help the lab acquire cutting-edge remote sensing imagery data to measure forest and watershed health. This data will be used to enable early detection of at-risk forests and help land managers target conservation and treatment efforts

    Crested Butte, CO

    $ 1,275,000

    Solidified Natural Gas: Methane Emission Capture and Conversion

    Colorado School of Mines

    This project will support the research, development, design, and construction of equipment necessary to convert methane into natural gas. This will allow emissions from oil and gas operations, landfills, and wastewater treatment facilities to be captured and turned into usable natural gas.

    Golden, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Substance Use Navigator (SUN) at the AID Diversion Center

    Denver Mayor's Office

    This project will expand access to substance use treatments by partnering navigators with first responders. This program will help people understand and access behavioral health and substance use services and treatment available to them.

    Denver, CO

    $ 187,000

    The Rifle Police Department In-Car and Body-Worn Camera Project

    City of Rifle

    This project will allow the Rifle Police Department to access 21st century policing equipment such as in-car and body-worn cameras. These advancements can be instrumental in providing transparency for the community, enhancing officer safety, providing reliable evidence, and supporting police-officer training.

    Rifle, CO

    $317,000 

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  • FINANCIAL SERVICES AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    Black Economic Opportunity

    AYA Foundation

    This project supports programming and education to improve the economic prosperity of Black business owners and entrepreneurs, including courses on business ownership, coach and peer navigator programs, coworking spaces, and business planning events.

    Denver, CO

    $ 145,000

    The Colorado African Small Business Accelerator Program

    African Chamber of Commerce Colorado, USA

    This project will support the African Chamber of Commerce small business accelerator to provide technical assistance, business development resources, and education services. This program will create economic growth and investment by empowering 36 African small businesses in Colorado.

    Denver, CO

    $ 1,260,000

    Economic Development for Black Communities

    Black Business Initiative

    This project will launch an Economic Development Organization to support the needs of Black businesses in the Denver area. This organization will

    provide small business navigation and technical assistance programming, and work with industry experts to identify opportunities to bring parity to Black businesses and communities.

    Denver, CO

    $ 800,000

    Sustainable Mobile Office

    The Latino Chamber of Commerce of Boulder County

    This project will enable the Latino Chamber of Commerce to establish a sustainable mobile office to maintain and increase support for Latino owned businesses across Boulder County.

    Boulder County

    $ 250,000

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  • TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING, URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND RELATED AGENCIES

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    1st & Main Transit Hub

    City of Longmont

    This project will advance multimodal transportation improvements and expand access to the state-of-the-art transit hub in Longmont, CO.

    Longmont, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    ADA Bus Stops

    City of Pueblo

    This project will install and/or remodel 100 bus stops to comply with ADA regulations, thereby expanding access for individuals with disabilities to existing fixed-route bus service.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Adams County Veterans Memorial Amphitheater

    Adams County, Colorado

    This project will support the design and construction of the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater. This facility will allow for multi-generational use by the community and honor our veterans’ service.

    Brighton, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Affordable Housing Modular Factory

    City of Boulder Department of Housing & Human Services

    This project will enable the creation of a Modular Factory to produce affordable modular homes. This facility will develop much needed workforce and affordable housing units while also partnering with local school districts to provide workforce training for students.

    Boulder, CO

    $ 506,000

    Apache Street Workforce Housing Project

    Town of Pagosa Springs

    This project will support the design and construction of 64 workforce housing units.This will help address the severe lack of housing supply in a rural, tourism-driven community.

    Pagosa Springs, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Archway Communities Park Hill Campus Rehabilitation

    Archway Housing & Services

    This project will support the renovation of four historic dormitory buildings on the former Johnson & Wales University campus into affordable housing units. This development would create up to 154 affordable housing units and bring new educational and economic development opportunities to Denver’s South Park Hill neighborhood.

    Denver, CO

    $ 5,000,000

    Assisted Living Facility Renovation

    Prairie Pines

    This project will renovate the Prairie Pines Assisted Living Facility so that it can remain an attractive, comfortable, safe, and vibrant place for the community it serves.

    Eads, CO

    $ 54,000

    Boyd School Housing Development

    San Luis Valley Housing Coalition

    This project will aid in the renovation of the Boyd School to support an early childhood education center and apartment units. This new facility will support the local economy by providing additional housing and expanded access to childcare.

    Alamosa, CO

    $ 5,000,000

    Building a DPL Youth Empowerment Center at Central Library

    City and County of Denver

    This project will create a youth empowerment center at the Denver Public Library’s Central location. The new center will connect young people and their families to a network of services ranging from trauma-informed programs, vocational support, entrepreneurial training, recreation activities, and other critical wrap-around services.

    Denver, CO

    $ 3,400,000

    Building Futures: High Quality Early Education for ALL Children

    Early Connections Learning Centers

    This project will support the construction of a new state-of-the-art early education center. This will expand equitable access to high-quality early education by increasing enrollment capacity at this location by 57 percent.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Building Hope for Families Facility Construction

    The Salvation Army

    This project will support the construction of a trauma-informed, non-congregate shelter, and revitalize a community center on campus. This facility will house up to 85 families experiencing homelessness at a time. Together with the improved community center, this facility will help break the cycle of poverty families face and improve socio-economic outcomes in the Denver Metro area.

    Denver, CO

    $ 4,000,000

    Burlingame Childcare Facility

    City of Aspen Capital Asset Department

    This project will support the construction of a new Burlingame Childcare Center which will contain eight classrooms and 2-4 affordable housing units for childcare staff. This facility will increase access to childcare opportunities and ensure providers are able to live in the community they serve.

    Aspen, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Buses for the New SMART Commuter Transit Service Between Montrose and Telluride

    San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART)

    This project will expand the fleet of transit buses for use on a new fixed-route commuter transit service between Montrose and Telluride. This new route will expand service to many small, rural communities and support the economy of the region by providing reliable commuter transportation for the workforce.

    San Miguel and Montrose Counties

    $ 1,120,000

    Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado Truck Package

    Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado

    This project will enable the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado to expand their fleet of food delivery trucks to grow and maintain services to rural and remote communities across Colorado. Care and Share provides services to 31 counties providing food pantry deliveries, picking up food donations from retail partners, and distributing food served to children through the federal Summer Food Service Program.

    Statewide

    $ 1,050,000

    Central Corridor Rail Replacement

    RTD

    This project will replace existing light rail infrastructure in the Downtown Denver area. This infrastructure improvement is necessary to continue safe, reliable operation of RTD’s light rail network.

    Denver, CO

    $ 8,400,000

    Child Advocacy Center for the Pikes Peak Region Co-Location Capital Campaign

    Children's Advocacy Center for the Pikes Peak Region (DBA Safe Passage)

    This project will enable the construction of a new building for the first ever co-located Children’s Advocacy Center in Colorado. This facility will co-locate and streamline services for survivors of child abuse as they move through the justice system, focusing on minimizing additonal trauma and allow for healing.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 360,000

    City Auditorium: Interior Historic Preservation with Selective Demolition

    Colorado Springs Community Cultural Collective

    This project will support the renovation of the City Auditorium. The updated Auditorium will serve as a vibrant hub for cultural arts and industries in the region.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 1,003,000

    City of Loveland Transit Center Building Construction

    City of Loveland Transit

    This project will help construct a new transit center building designed to support multiple local and regional routes. This permanent facility will address the growing needs for public transit, provide sufficient parking, and increase safety for passengers.

    Loveland, CO

    $ 1,480,000

    City We Love

    Dream Centers of Colorado Springs

    This project will support Phase I of the creation of the Dream Centers’ Early Care and Learning Center. Once completed, this facility will provide trauma-informed early childcare and education programs to address the needs of vulnerable families.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 1,300,000

    Clarion Inn Denver Central

    Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

    This project will allow the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless renovate the Clarion Inn Denver Central to provide non congregate shelter, transitional housing, and supportive housing opportunities to metro Denver’s homeless community.

    Denver, CO

    $ 5,000,000

    Cleo Parker Campus Expansion

    Cleo Parker Robinson Dance

    This project will support the expansion of the Cleo Parker campus by constructing a new facility. This expansion will enable the organization to dramatically expand their education and job training programs, including partnerships with local universities and local school districts.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Clifton Community Campus Early Childhood Education Training Center

    Mesa County

    This project will support the construction of an early childhood education training center and community hall on the Clifton Community Campus. This will help address the estimated shortage of 4,000 licensed early childcare spots for children and families in Mesa County.

    Clifton, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    The Commons Phase II Supportive Housing

    Homeward Pikes Peak

    This project will provide 69 units of low-income and permanent supportive housing. Homeward Pikes Peak uses a proven best practice that couples affordable rental housing with intensive wrap-around supportive services with the goal of keeping people housed and helping them heal from trauma.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Community Hospital Workforce Housing

    Colorado West Healthcare dba Community Hospital

    This project enables Community Hospital to build housing units for staff and short-term stay units for patients and their families who are seeking care at the hospital.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 4,000,000

    Community Run Container Farm & Training Center

    Focus Points Family Resource Center

    This project expands a workforce development program, Huerta Urbana, at Focus Points’ urban farm. Participants will receive extensive technical training on container farm operations to prepare for careers in urban agriculture and food grown through this program will address urban food deserts.

    Denver, CO

    $ 451,000

    Confluence Center at Dos Rios

    RiversEdge West

    This project will build and establish a land and water conservation, science, and education center.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 1,250,000

    Cottonwood Pass- Blue Hill Segment Improvements in Eagle County

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will realign and widen the existing road and improve grade, curve, and sight distance at Blue Hill. With frequent closures to Interstate 70, these improvements will allow Cottonwood Pass to better handle increased traffic.

    Eagle County

    $ 2,200,000

    Creating a Housing and Services Hub for Youth and Young Adults Experiencing Homelessness: Renovation and Expansion of The Source

    TGTHR

    This project will renovate and expand an emergency shelter and drop-in center serving unaccompanied youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in Boulder County and northern Colorado. This will expand the number of available emergency shelter beds to 30, add 20 additional units of service-enriched transitional housing, and expand and improve drop-in facilities to facilitate transitions to safe and stable housing.

    Boulder, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Service Center for Low-Income Latinos in Colorado

    La Raza Services, Inc. dba Servicios de La Raza

    This project will renovate an office building to create a Community Center to serve low-income community members. This facility will provide workforce development training, certifications, financial literacy, and a variety of wraparound services that address equity gaps and the social determinants of health.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Denver International Airport Security Screening Checkpoint Improvements

    Denver International Airport

    This project will enable Denver International Airport to expand its inventory of Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT) - or body scanners - as the airport continues its Phase II expansion project. This will increase passenger safety in an organized manner. .

    Denver, CO

    $ 3,150,000

    Dinosaur Natural Gas Infrastructure

    Town of Dinosaur

    This project will connect the Town of Dinosaur to the existing natural gas network in Moffat County and deliver a more reliable and environmentally conscious energy source to the residents and businesses.

    Dinosaur, CO

    $ 2,250,000

    Downtown Walsenburg Pedestrian Enhancements and ADA Accessibility

    City of Walsenburg

    This project will replace and widen approximately 4.5 miles of sidewalk throughout the main thoroughfares of Walsenburg, expanding accessibility and safety for pedestrians.

    Walsenburg, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Dr. Felix Gilbert King's Crossing Affordable Housing

    Restoration Christian Ministries

    This project will create 150 units of affordable housing at the new Dr. Felix Gilbert King’s Crossing development.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    E. 88th Avenue (I-76 to Hwy 2)

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will improve traffic operations and accommodate current and future multimodal traffic in Commerce City. This will reduce congestion, improve travel time reliability for commuter and commercial traffic, and modernize a busy traffic corridor.

    Commerce City, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Eagle Valley Trail

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will help complete the last 12 miles of the Eagle Valley Trail, a 63 mile paved trail from the top of Vail Pass to Glenwood Canyon. This trail allows cyclists and pedestrians to safely travel through the mountain terrain of the Eagle Valley.

    Eagle County

    $ 2,000,000

    El Pueblo History Museum Community Outdoor Interpretive Project

    El Pueblo History Museum, History Colorado

    This project will renovate the outdoor historic interpretation area at the El Pueblo History Museum including improvements to the educational gardens, blacksmith shop, and a new curandura garden. These improvements will help the museum tell the story of the diverse inhabitants that are the foundation of the City of Pueblo.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 401,000

    Family Confirmation Project

    Family Confirmation Project

    This project would purchase a facility so that program partners have a space to assist families in crisis with securing safe housing, employment assistance, financial literacy education and mental health services. Guided by a community navigator, families will temporarily reside at the facility and receive wraparound support onsite.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Federal Inspection Station/International Terminal and Customs Facility at Eagle County Regional Airport

    Eagle County Government

    This project will enable the Eagle County Airport to create an international terminal and customs facility. This would help the Eagle County Airport accommodate international travel and expand the economic impact of the airport on the region.

    Eagle, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Fifth Street Sidewalks

    Town of Walden

    This project will replace three blocks of sidewalks to improve accessibility and encourage pedestrian traffic in town.

    Walden, CO

    $ 950,000

    Floyd Hill Wildlife Crossing

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will support the construction of a wildlife crossing at I-70 & Genesee on Floyd Hill.

    Genesee, CO

    $5,000,000

    Fremont County Workforce Housing

    Fremont Economic Development Corporation

    This project will renovate and adapt two vacant buildings into workforce housing units. This will return the two buildings to viability and address the gap in affordable housing units for the local workforce in Cañon City and Florence.

    Fremont County

    $ 3,000,000

    Fremont Street Multi-Modal Road Improvements Plan

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will provide a multi modal transportation corridor where four schools are located and provide a safe route for pedestrians and cyclists while also alleviating traffic congestion.

    Fruita, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Garfield County Education Center

    Garfield County

    This project will remodel and expand an existing warehouse into an educational facility and community resource center and transform three acres of connected land into an outdoor classroom. This new facility will support Garfield County CSU Extension programs such as food preservation, STEM classes, and 4-H club meetings, as well as local science and outdoor educational programs.

    Rifle, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Georgetown Loop Railroad Railcar

    History Colorado

    This project will increase ridership capacity on the historic Georgetown Loop Railroad. This will allow the railroad to continue to meet demand.

    Georgetown, CO

    $ 500,000

    Glenwood Springs Community Arts Center Historic Building Rehabilitation Project

    City of Glenwood Springs, CO

    This project will enable facility upgrades and exterior rehabilitation work needed to maintain the Glenwood Springs Community Arts Center Historic building for public use. The Community Arts Center hosts arts and cultural programming for residents of all ages, backgrounds, and incomes.

    Glenwood Springs, CO

    $ 1,960,000

    Grand Junction Blackout Sports Fieldhouse

    GJ Blackout

    This project will enable the construction of the Blackout Sports Fieldhouse. This new facility will provide the space and resources needed to allow all local youth sports organizations and clubs to execute their operational activities, including practice, gym resources, tournament hosting, and a facility where they can host home games.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Grand Junction Public Market

    Waters Edge 365

    This project will create a public farmers market and associated storage and processing center.This will provide local farmers and ranchers a market for their products, healthy local food to the community, a meeting and gathering space, farming and cooking education space, and storage and processing facilities for locally grown products.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 7,160,000

    Grand Valley Transit Bus Replacement and Expansion

    Mesa County, Grand Valley Transit in collaboration with CASTA

    This project will expand the Grand Valley Transit bus fleet with four new compressed natural gas powered buses.

    Mesa County

    $ 1,135,000

    Healthy Affordable Home Electrification Program

    City and County of Denver

    This project will support the electrification of space and water heat and improvements to indoor air quality in 100 affordable multifamily apartment units.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Highway 40 Shared Use Trail Connection

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will complete a shared use pedestrian trail that would connect a number of neighborhoods, parks, other trails, retail shopping, and the only grocery store in the community.

    Granby, CO

    $ 1,325,000

    Hope House Colorado Early Learning Center

    Hope House Colorado

    This project will support the construction of a new Early Learning Center on the Hope House Colorado campus in Arvada. This new facility will expand access to full-time quality licensed childcare to over 100 children of teen mothers served by Hope House Colorado.

    Arvada, CO

    $ 620,000

    Housing and Services for Homeless Families

    Haven House of Montrose, Inc (dba Haven House)

    This project will enable Haven House to expand their facility. This expansion will add capacity for emergency housing for the homeless, a childcare center, very-low income apartments, and communal space for training and education programs.

    Olathe, CO

    $ 750,000

    I-70 Remnant Parcels for Community Restoration

    Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, Inc.

    This project will enable the construction of 56 new affordable housing units in the Elyria Swansea neighborhood of Denver.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,200,000

    Improve Wadsworth Phase II: 35th to 41st Avenues

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    The project will support Phase II of multimodal traffic improvements critical for access for all residents. This project will relieve congestion, reduce emissions, manage access, and provide facilities for pedestrians and cyclists.

    Jefferson County

    $ 4,000,000

    Integrative Employment Innovations

    Southeastern Developmental Service

    This project will support individuals with developmental disabilities achieve their fullest potential while living in their local community. This program provides educational day programs, vocational programming, transportation, medical services, independent living support, and residential living options in distressed, rural communities.

    Lamar, CO

    $ 8,000,000

    Jackson Creek Parkway Corridor Construction

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will support road improvements to the Jackson Creek Parkway Corridor. This will improve safety, access, and traffic capacity for residents and visitors.

    Monument, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Lake County Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

    Leadville Lake County EDC

    The project will enable the Lake County Entrepreneurial Ecosystem to provide necessary financial, social, and human capital to foster entrepreneurship. This will help support a thriving small business community, drive economic vitality and community collaboration, and create the necessary jobs to support Lake County’s economy and quality of life.

    Leadville , CO

    $ 346,000

    Las Bodegas: Art + Research + Workforce Development

    Latino Cultural Arts Center

    This project will help renovate a vacant warehouse into a community center that will develop and support career pipelines in audio and visual communications and digital media.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Loretto Heights Library Acquisition

    City and County of Denver

    This project will enable the City and County of Denver to continue renovation of the historic May Bonfils Stanton Theatre at Loretto Heights and its connected library.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Loveland Mary Blair Community Center

    YMCA of Northern Colorado

    This project will convert the Mary Blair Elementary School building into a community center run by the YMCA of Northern Colorado. Localresidents will benefit from a wide array of services for the entire family including sports, wellness and social programming, fitness, and aquatics in addition to high-quality affordable preschool, day camps, and before and after school care.

    Loveland, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Maple Street Bridge Replacement

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will replace the Maple Street Bridge near downtown Fruita, CO. The current bridge is functionally obsolete due to safety concerns. Upgrades are necessary for further use of the bridge and connecting the community.

    Fruita, CO

    $ 2,060,000

    Martin Luther King Library Expansion and Improvements

    City of Aurora

    This project will allow the Martin Luther King Library to upgrade their facility with improvements like a Library Maker Space and computer lab with 3-D printers, virtual reality technology, a video production lab, and camera/microphone/lighting equipment. This will create a state-of-the-art facility that offers a safe place for vulnerable youth.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Mile High United Way United for Families Initiative

    Mile High United Way

    This project supports the construction of a new childcare center at Mile High United Way’s headquarters in Denver’s Curtis Park/Five Points neighborhood.

    Denver, CO

    $ 5,000,000

    Mountain Metro Transit's Academy Boulevard and Hancock Expressway Transfer Center

    Mountain Metro Transit, in coordination with CASTA

    This project will support the design and construction of a new Transfer Center for the Mountain Metropolitan Transit (MMT) in southeast Colorado Springs. This new facility will allow MMT to improve traffic circulation and flow, increase MMT services, and improve pedestrian access to local businesses,

    El Paso County

    $ 1,500,000

    Mt Morrison CCC Camp Workforce Development and Facility Improvements

    City and County of Denver

    This project will support the design and restoration of historic buildings at Mt Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps Camp. The restored facilities will serve as the center for workforce training programs and provide for continued use of the camp.

    Morrison, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    NECALG Planning for Fixed Route Service in Morgan County

    Northeastern Colorado Association of Local Governments (NECALG ), in collaboration with CASTA

    This project will support the study and planning necessary to determine routes, stops, and vehicles needed for a fixed public transportation route between Hillrose, Brush, Fort Morgan, Log Lane Village, and Wiggins in Morgan County.

    Morgan County

    $ 65,000

    Outdoor Recreation Adventure Activities Gear Libraries

    City and County of Denver

    This project will support efforts to make outdoor adventure activities in Denver’s Mountain Parks and Urban Parks system more accessible by establishing four outdoor recreation gear libraries. These gear libraries help Denver promote healthy lifestyles and help engage more children, families, and older adults in the outdoors.

    Denver, CO

    $ 800,000

    Permanent Home for Riverside Educational Center

    Riverside Educational Center

    This project will allow for the Riverside Educational Center to create a new permanent home. This new center will expand capacity to provide after-school tutoring, educational enrichment, social/emotional support, career/college readiness courses, and nutritional support to over 800 students in Mesa County.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Peterson Space Force Base (PSFB) North Gate Access and Safety improvements

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will enable the City of Colorado Springs to complete an engineering design for improved multimodal infrastructure at the Peterson Airforce Base North Gate. This will improve access to non-base related retail spaces and neighborhoods.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 500,000

    Phase III - Crawford Townhomes

    Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo

    This project will complete Phase III of the Crawford Townhomes project. The Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo is demolishing the existing obsolete Sangre de Cristo public housing units to construct 49 family townhomes.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Rancho Creede Housing Development

    San Luis Valley Housing Coalition

    This project will preserve current units of affordable housing and construct an additional 8-10 units on site at the Rancho Creede Housing Development.

    Creede, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Relocation of the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport FAA Air Traffic Control Tower

    Pitkin County (Aspen Pitkin County Airport)

    This project will support the design of a new air traffic control tower and the demolition and removal of the existing facility. These upgrades are essential for the safety and security of the airport.

    Aspen, CO

    $ 2,400,000

    The Roots - A Community Hub for Newcomers in Colorado

    Project Worthmore

    This project will renovate a previously neglected building to meet community needs. The Roots will be a hub for refugees and immigrants to gather, receive support and health care, and build community.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 4,000,000

    Rural Homes Colorado

    Rural Homes

    This project will scale up the Rural Homes development approach to build affordable homes for local workforce in new rural Colorado communities.

    Montrose, Montezuma, Ouray Counties

    $ 3,300,000

    S. Mesa Street Revitalization Project

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will support the construction of a transportation corridor that safely accommodates all modes of travel by creating a safe, slow-speed road for pedestrians, bikes, and vehicles.

    Fruita, CO

    $ 1,920,000

    San Luis Valley Health Workforce Housing Project

    Lutheran Hospital Association of the San Luis Valley dba San Luis Valley Health

    This project will renovate an apartment complex into nine affordable housing units adjacent to the San Luis Valley Health Alamosa campus. Planned renovations will make this a viable housing option for the local health care workforce and increase capacity for recruitment and retention in this rural community.

    Alamosa, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    SanArte – Westside Reclamation Project

    Su Teatro

    This project will help Su Teatro expand its facility to provide additional classrooms and rehearsal rooms, affordable retail and studio space, and affordable housing.This expansion will deepen the impact of the Cultural Arts Education Institute for youth of color, expand opportunities for artists and entrepreneurs of color, increase the livability of the district, and expand cultural and economic opportunities for the entire region.

    Denver, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    SH121- Wadsworth @Morrison Road

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will help complete a road improvement project in Lakewood, CO. Improvements to road lands, additional sidewalk space, and updated street lighting will improve pedestrian and traffic safety.

    Lakewood, CO

    $ 1,900,000

    Shur View / Missile Site Bluffs Open Space

    City of Greeley

    This project will create the Shur View/ Missile Site Bluffs Open Space and related access trails. This will provide access to outdoor space and recreation to diverse populations, create connections between residential populations and natural spaces by bike or foot, and mitigate the risks of environmental degradation to an important source of drinking water, as well as wildlife habitat.

    Weld County

    $ 2,250,000

    Silverthorne Childcare Center

    Summit County Government

    This project will enable Silverthorne Childcare Authority to create a new childcare center. This new center will open approximately 60 new childcare spots and is crucial to retaining working families in the county.

    Silverthorne, CO

    $ 1,735,000

    Southeast Colorado Springs Community Investment Trust (SECIT) - Phase III - Property Renovations and Improvements

    Solid Rock Community Development Corporation

    This project will support the renovation of a commercial building for the Southeast Colorado Springs Community Investment Trust to provide financial and investment services. Through financial literacy classes and investment opportunities, this organization helps community members take control of their financial future, raise the economic status of their neighborhoods, and enhance community pride.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    SPMDTU Building Restoration

    Sociedad Protección Mutua de Trabajadores Unidos (SPMDTU)

    This project will support the restoration and rehabilitation of the SPMDTU Headquarters building. Once the restoration is completed, the building will be used to host musical performances, art exhibitions, workshops, and other community events.

    Antonito, CO

    $ 122,000

    Summit County Resource Center - Capital Project

    Family & Intercultural Resource Center

    This project will help renovate a building in order to house a Free Community Food Market, thrift store, and program and administrative offices for the agencies. This facility will allow local agencies to collaborate to help people meet their basic needs so the community can thrive.

    Breckenridge, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Surface Transportation Technologies and Education Center

    Colorado State University - Pueblo

    This project will support research, testing, engineering, and training services at the Transportation Technology Center outside of Pueblo. This will help establish this facility as a vibrant, engaging, and modern center for railroad and ground transportation safety, security, and innovation.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Thornton Community Center Construction

    City of Thornton

    This project will enable the creation of an accessible, inclusive, and state of the art community center. The facility will include a library, a fitness center, dedicated spaces for young children and teens, and a gymnasium to accommodate local youth sport programs.

    Thornton, CO

    $ 2,400,000

    Thornton Fleet Electrification Phase 1

    City of Thornton

    This project will expand a fleet of electric vehicles for the City of Thornton’s municipal use and build out the charging infrastructure.

    Thornton, CO

    $ 386,000

    Town of Snowmass Village Fleet Electrification Conversion

    Town of Snowmass Village

    This project will expand a fleet of electric vehicles to begin the transition of the Village Shuttle toward all zero emission vehicles.

    Snowmass Village, CO

    $ 700,000

    Transfort Maintenance Facility Major Upgrades and Repairs

    City of Fort Collins, Transfort in collaboration with CASTA

    This project will help upgrade the Transfort Maintenance Facility, which houses the maintenance shop, full ?eet, and administrative of?ces. These upgrades will improve the safety of the facility and ensure Transfort is able to provide critical transit services to the community.

    Fort Collins, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    UMU201 Aneth Road Planning Project

    Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

    This project will support the design and engineering of a Transportation Plan for UMU 201 Aneth Road on the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe reservation. The Transportation Plan will allow the Ute Mountain Ute to make this transportation system safer, more accessible, and more sustainable for members of the Tribe, tourists, employees, and residents.

    Towaoc, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Urban Peak Shelter Reconstruction Project

    Urban Peak

    This project will allow Urban Peak to replace their emergency shelter and integrate additional shelter, housing, and supportive services in one location.

    Denver, CO

    $ 7,788,000

    US-36 Broadway Multimodal Improvements

    Colorado Department of Transportation

    This project will provide critical safety improvements for cyclists, pedestrians, and vehicular traffic along US-36 through Lyons. This will enhance economic vitality, emergency service access, ADA accessibility and development opportunity in the area.

    Lyons, CO

    $ 560,000

    Ute Mountain Ute Grocery Store

    Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

    This project will help create a full-service grocery store for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. This facility will feature fresh and local products, a Native American Food Hall featuring local businesses and restaurants, a commissary kitchen for food entrepreneurs and culinary classes on nutrition and healthy eating, and a community meeting space.

    Towaoc, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Rodeo Drive Multi-Family Housing Development

    Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

    This project will develop 20 new multi-family housing units for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe in southern Colorado.

    Cortez, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Vail Transit Bus Replacement and Charging Infrastructure

    Town of Vail

    This project will expand the fleet of battery electric buses and construct the associated charging infrastructure.

    Vail, CO

    $ 1,700,000

    Veterans Memorial Community Center

    Town of Palisade

    This project would repair and restore the Veterans Memorial Community Center. This will include creating a stage for community use, updating the ADA compliant access to the building, and upgrading building facilities.

    Palisade, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    The Village on San Juan

    CASA of the 7th Judicial District

    This project will develop 30 units of supportive housing for seniors and young adults who are homeless or at imminent risk for homelessness, have barriers to obtaining or maintaining housing, and/or have behavioral health needs.

    Montrose, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Wapiti Commons- An Affordable Homeownership Development by Habitat for Humanity RFV

    Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley

    This project will support the development of net zero affordable housing in Rifle by Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley.

    Rifle, CO

    $ 1,200,000

    Weld Food Bank Box Truck Purchase

    Weld Food Bank

    This project will enable the Weld Food Bank to replace an aging truck. The new truck will be used to pick up grocery donations and food from local farmers, as well as to deliver food to partner agencies and food pantries throughout Weld County.

    Weld County, CO

    $ 160,000

    West End Housing & Blight Remediation Project

    West End Economic Development Corporation

    This project will support the creation of affordable housing units in rural Montrose and San Miguel Counties by constructing new units and repurposing and removing existing structures. This will support the long-term economic viability and social livability of the community.

    Montrose and San Miguel Counties

    $ 900,000

    West Steamboat Springs Multi-Modal Trail Connection Project

    City of Steamboat Springs

    This project will enable the City of Steamboat Springs to develop a sidewalk and trail connection linking outlying neighborhoods, a PreK-8 School, and a 536-acre site dedicated for future affordable housing units. This project will allow for safe, multimodal transportation opportunities and increase community connections.

    Steamboat Springs, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    YMCA of Metropolitan Denver: Y Colorado Village

    YMCA of Metropolitan Denver

    This project will help build a health and wellness community center for YMCA of Metropolitan Denver. This center will expand access to childcare and provide wellness programming that addresses social isolation, food insecurity, chronic disease management, and health equity.

    Denver, CO

    $ 6,000,000

    YMCA of Pueblo Preschool Facility Addition

    YMCA of Pueblo

    This project will enable the YMCA of Pueblo to expand their facility to provide an additional four preschool classrooms and move the playground. This will help the preschool to expand their capacity by 80 preschool students and better serve the community.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 1,806,000

    YWCA Boulder County - Persimmon Early Learning Capital Improvements

    YWCA Boulder County

    This project will help complete the expansion of the childcare and preschool facilities of the Persimmon Early Learning program. These new facilities will increase capacity and improve services for children and families in Boulder County.

    Boulder County

    $ 190,000

    YWCA Pueblo Childcare Center Development

    YWCA Pueblo

    This project will renovate a building into a large-scale community day care center.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 1,500,000

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  • HOMELAND SECURITY

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    Chaffee County North-End Public Safety Complex

    Chaffee County Government

    This project will help Chaffee County construct a new Public Safety Complex to house local law enforcement and emergency operations staff. This will enable Chaffee County to better respond to local emergencies.

    Buena Vista, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Del Norte Fire Protection District Public Safety Complex

    Del Norte Fire Protection District

    This project will enable the construction of a public safety complex to house local emergency operations, first responders, and a law enforcement training center.

    Del Norte, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Hinsdale County Operations Center

    Hinsdale County

    This project will enable the construction of a Hinsdale County Operations Center that will house essential County operations in one modern, energy-efficient and sustainable building. A centralized location for all emergency services will allow the county to better respond to and address local emergencies and law enforcement operations.

    Lake City, CO

    $ 1,400,000

    Huerfano County Emergency Operation & Dispatch Center

    Huerfano County

    This project will help Huerfano County construct a new, permanent Emergency Operation and Dispatch Center.

    Walsenburg, CO

    $ 5,594,000

    Jefferson County Emergency Operations Center Relocation

    Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

    The project will enable the renovation of a larger Emergency Operations Center. This will allow the County to better address increasing hazards and complex needs in their communities.

    Golden, CO

    $ 480,000

    Monte Vista Emergency Disaster Resources

    City of Monte Vista

    This project would enable the City of Monte Vista to create a fully equipped Emergency Operations Center. This center will likely serve six counties in the San Luis Valley offering disaster response support.

    Monte Vista, CO

    $ 828,000

    Protecting the Jewish Community's Ritual Immersion Facility

    Mikvah of East Denver

    The project would expand the technical and security infrastructure at the Mikvah of East Denver. This will ensure the safety of the Jewish community's ritual immersion pool and those that use it.

    Denver, CO

    $ 88,000

    Prowers County EMT Training and Recruitment

    Prowers County

    This project will allow Prowers County to develop and implement a scholarship and training program for first responders. This will help address the shortage of emergency medical staff for ambulance services throughout the county.

    Lamar, CO

    $ 250,000

    Prowers County Rural Fire Station

    Prowers County

    This project will allow the Prowers County Rural Fire Department to build a new fire station. Prowers County has outgrown the current space and a new station will decrease response times and increase capacity to respond to incidents in the 1,100 square miles it covers.

    Lamar, CO

    $ 1,125,000

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  • LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    9Health:365: Delivering Preventive Health Equity Events

    9Health:365

    This project would support health fairs with screening, vaccinations, and education opportunities to advance health equity. These health fairs will meet the immediate preventive health needs of marginalized communities, grow awareness of community resources, and create a culture of coordinated care.

    Adams and Arapahoe Counties

    $ 950,000

    A Strategic Plan on Climate Change and Colorado’s Mental Health Care Workforce

    Colorado Health Institute

    This project will develop a strategic plan for the mental health care workforce needed to address the increased burden of climate change on a behavioral health system already stretched thin by the pandemic.

    Denver, CO

    $ 250,000

    Acquisition and Installation of the da Vinci X Single Console Surgical System

    Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center

    This project will enable Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center to acquire and install a da Vinci X Single Console System, which provides a magnified, high-definition 3-D image for more precise surgical capabilities. This system will improve patient care, lower health care costs, and expand access to lifesaving procedures closer to home for residents across the region.

    Walsenburg, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    ADA Accessible Van for the Haven Assisted Living and Community Center

    Northwest Colorado Health

    This project will purchase an ADA accessible van to transport older adults to community settings and events, medical appointments, and social gatherings for the Haven Assisted Living and Community Center. This project will support better quality of life, decreased isolation, affordable housing, and intergenerational community in rural Colorado.

    Hayden, CO

    $ 80,250

    Adams State Student Success Guides and Coaches Program

    Adams State University

    This project will enhance mental health support services to address high rates of mental health crises in college students. Expanding access to mental health and advisory services will help improve retention and completion rates.

    Alamosa, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Addressing Equity in Early Childhood: a Systems Approach

    Institute for Racial Equity and Excellence

    This project will develop a program to train a diverse coalition of early childhood educators. This program will address the shortages in providers of color and ensure a network of technical assistance for licensing compliance, career guidance, mental health services, and business support.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 663,000

    AuMHC Acute Care Center Construction

    Aurora Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center

    This project will support the design and construction of a new 50,000 square foot Acute Care Center. The new facility will co-locate walk-in crisis services, substance use programs, and in-patient stabilization units to provide one immediate access point for all mental and behavioral health care services.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 8,901,000

    Auraria Learning & Employment Ecosystem

    Community College of Denver

    This project will pilot a workforce development program for students in business and information technology programs. This program will provide students with the data and support to navigate their career aspirations.

    Denver, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Best Buddies in Colorado Inclusion Project for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

    Best Buddies International, Inc.

    This project will establish and deliver community-based inclusion services for students with and without disabilities at 22 elementary, middle, and high schools across the state. Programs provide opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, assisting the development of social skills which are essential to success in the community and the workplace following school.

    Boulder, Douglas, El Paso, Grand, Jefferson, Summit & Weld Counties

    $ 332,000

    Building Apprenticeship Pathways in Education and Health Care

    CareerWise Colorado

    This project will further develop two existing youth apprenticeship programs for nursing and future educators. CareerWise will partner with four school districts to design in-school pre-apprenticeship classes for high school sophomores..

    Denver, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Building Expansion & Improvements

    South Routt Medical Center

    This project will enable the South Routt Medical Center to expand and update their facility. This will enable them to continue to meet the demand for medical, dental, and physical therapy services in the community.

    Oak Creek, CO

    $ 1,986,000

    Career Pathways Program for Essential Frontline Healthcare Workers in Colorado

    Banner Health

    This project would expand access to career pathway services including career counseling, job shadowing, mentorship and navigation services. This will help to increase the workforce of frontline, essential health care workers.

    Larimer, Logan, Morgan and Weld Counties

    $ 717,150

    Center for Preventative Health

    Vuela for Health

    This project will expand access to screenings for prediabetes and diabetes, overweight and obesity calculations, chronic kidney disease, and hypertension in the Latino community. This program will create access points through trusted local organizations to ensure patients feel safe accessing these preventative health services.

    Denver, CO

    $ 466,000

    Child and Youth Behavioral Health Workforce Pathway Initiative

    Children's Hospital of Colorado

    This project will develop and expand two programs that together will enhance access to mental health care and improve linguistic responsiveness in mental health services for children and youth in Aurora and the broader Denver metro area.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 669,000

    Commerce City Community Campus (C4): An Integrated Neighborhood Wellness Center

    Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County (ECPAC)

    This project will expand direct support to families through care navigation and provide basic needs such as emergency food items, diapers, and other items. The expansion of the Commerce City Community Campus (C4) Wellness Hub will provide easy access to high-quality, coordinated whole-person healthcare services and social support.

    Commerce City, CO

    $ 90,000

    Community Hospital On-the-Job Training to Career Program

    Colorado West Healthcare dba Community Hospital

    This project would develop and implement an On-the-Job Training to Career Program to aid in the development of the health care workforce in Mesa County. This program will not only aid in the development of talent, it will also allow timely entry of critical knowledge, skills and abilities into the health care workforce.

    Grand Junction, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Community Learning Campus Capital Campaign

    Silver SPRUCE Academy, Inc.

    This project would help construct a new community learning campus for Silver SPRUCE Academy. This facility would offer programs including music lessons, sign language, hunters’ education, Lego Robotics, Summer Camps, and other classes and events.

    Durango, CO

    $ 500,000

    Community Mental Health & Recovery Support Services for Marginalized Community Members

    Out Boulder County

    This project will expand bus capacity for the mental health and recovery support services program to reach more underserved, marginalized LGBTQ+ youth and adults. These buses will facilitate pro-social activities, access to mental health program activities for clientele and youth program participants, and make a mobile mental health unit possible.

    Boulder, CO

    $ 481,000

    Comprehensive and Equitable Health & Wellness for Formerly Incarcerated People

    Second Chance Center, Inc.

    This project will expand services provided by the Second Chance Center to assist with reentry services for formerly incarcerated individuals. Services provided include health care, mental health care, peer mentoring and the practical support individuals need to maintain healthy lives.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 2,126,000

    Convenient Access to Affordable Pharmacy Services in Longmont

    Salud Family Health

    This project would cover the remaining construction costs to expand the size of the existing pharmacy, provide drive-thru access to the pharmacy, and provide after-hours access for patients. This will enable Salud Family Health to provide convenient access to their patients and meet current demand.

    Longmont, CO

    $ 651,000

    CrossPurpose Arvada Expansion - Workforce Training in Jefferson County

    CrossPurpose

    This project will renovate and update a facility to house a workforce training program. This facility will train 200 individuals per year into new jobs in at least 15 career tracks in industries such as medical, CDL drivers, aviation, and trades.

    Arvada, CO

    $ 250,000

    CU Boulder Educational Life-Course Trajectory Programs

    University of Colorado

    This project will allow the University of Colorado to scale up four educational bridge programs serving rural, first generation, and underrepresented undergraduate and aspiring graduate students. These programs establish networks and support systems to enable students to thrive personally and academically, provide mentors, research and other academic experiences, high touch advising and more.

    Boulder, CO

    $ 1,382,000

    CU Injury and Violence Prevention Center

    University of Colorado

    This project will leverage expertise in opioid overdose, suicide, firearm injury, and motor vehicle fatality prevention to develop research into practice and policy solutions. The Injury and Violence Prevention Center at CU Anschutz is poised to be a national leader in injury and violence prevention serving Colorado, the Mountain West, and the nation.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 461,000

    Delta Health Clinic Space Remodel

    Delta Health

    This project will support remodeling a building to provide additional clinic space. This would allow for additional cardiology and orthopedic clinic space in Delta County.

    Delta, CO

    $ 128,000

    Delta Health Sleep Space Remodel

    Delta Health

    This project will renovate staff housing for contract and traveling health care professionals. Due to the current shortage of health care professionals, Delta Health has increasingly utilized contract and traveling health care professionals to address community health needs.

    Delta, CO

    $ 190,000

    Denver Parks Resiliency Youth Program

    City and County of Denver

    This project provides workforce development programs to young adults aged 16-24 in the field of natural resource management, restoration, trail building, park maintenance and climate adaptation.

    Denver, CO

    $ 350,000

    Early Childhood Literacy - Books are Essential

    Imagination Library of Colorado

    This project will expand the Imagination Library of Colorado and increase access to age-appropriate books to over 5,000 children in 20 Colorado counties.This program promotes kindergarten readiness by providing one free book per month for enrolled children from birth to age 5.

    Denver, CO

    $ 251,000

    Elevating Pathways and Opportunities for Denver’s Early Childhood Workforce

    Denver's Early Childhood Council

    This project will strengthen Denver’s early childhood education system, infrastructure, and workforce recruitment and retention. Through career navigation consultation, professional development programs, and systems-building work to strengthen partnerships, Denver’s Early Childhood Council will help create a thriving early childhood sector.

    Denver, CO

    $ 50,000

    Enhancing the Equity and Inclusiveness of Age-Friendly Communities

    National Civic League

    This project will enable four pilot communities in Colorado to create and implement plans to improve opportunities and quality of life for older adults. Through regional workshops for service providers and continued technical assistance, this program will help these Colorado communities learn techniques to make sure their programs for older adults are inclusive and incorporate equity and inclusion.

    El Paso, Huerfano, Las Animas, Logan & Summit Counties

    $ 300,000

    Expanding and Enhancing Accessibility and Inclusion Through Outdoor Sports

    Adaptive Adventures

    This project would increase organizational capacity to serve more children, adults, and veterans with physical disabilities and their families. Adaptive Adventures works to alleviate health care costs by improving an individual’s overall physical health and wellness by removing barriers to their participation in outdoor sports.

    Westminster, CO

    $ 150,000

    Expanding Behavioral Health and Substance Misuse Service Network Capacity

    City and County of Denver

    This project would establish a wellness network of private behavioral health providers to treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, suicidal ideation, and increasing substance use. The program seeks to increase use of these services by matching providers with participants according to gender identity, race/ethnicity, age, and sexual orientation so the participant can work with a providerthey identify with and increase their trust.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Expanding Mental Health Services for Low-Income Hispanic/Latinx Families

    Aurora Community Connection

    This project will expand mental health services by providing additional direct therapy sessions. This will allow Aurora Community Connection to reach more families and better serve the community with wellness and mental health programs.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 42,000

    Expanding Work-based Learning Opportunities

    Metropolitan State University of Denver

    This project would double the number of students engaged in meaningful work-based learning at Metropolitan State University. Expanding access to earn-and-learn programs will allow students to overcome financial barriers and better prepare themselves for the workforce.

    Denver, CO

    $ 900,000

    Financial Empowerment and Wellness

    Colorado Nonprofit Development Center dba Benefits in Action

    This project will support program costs for adding financial education programs to the curricula of Benefits in Action. Funds will support education and benefits navigation to increase financial literacy and quality of life.

    Lakewood, CO

    $ 250,000

    Fremont Multidistrict Initiative

    Fremont RE-2 School District

    This project will expand workforce development programs with local school districts, Pueblo Community College, and local businesses. The program seeks to reinvent how schools in the region can use resources and provide an outstanding education for rural students by offering access to robust college and career pathways across the county.

    Fremont County

    $ 875,000

    Greater Resilience Information Toolkit (GRIT): Community-based Disaster Resilience

    University of Colorado (on behalf of University of Colorado Colorado Springs)

    This project will expand the Greater Resilience Information Toolkit (GRIT), a free virtual mental health training program, to include substance use and suicide prevention training, Spanish translations, and incorporating a continuum of care model. GRIT programs create resilience networks within communities, especially rural and underserved, as they emerge from the pandemic and prepare them for future disasters.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 925,000

    Green Workforce Training

    City and County of Denver

    This project would create career pathways and expand employment opportunities for people from under-resourced communities, facilitating a just transition to a clean energy workforce. This program will support workforce training programs and wraparound services for students to build skills and competitiveness in the workforce.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Hire Heroes USA Veteran and Employer Training Program

    Hire Heroes USA

    This project will enable Hire Heroes USA to train more unemployed veterans for meaningful employment and hiring managers for veteran on-boarding and retention in the workforce.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 850,000

    HOW (High-tech Opportunity Workforce) – Workforce Development and Training to Support the Aerospace and Defense Sectors

    Catalyst Campus

    This project will establish a workforce training program for jobs in high-tech industries. Catalyst Campus will address the lack of a qualified workforce through a comprehensive, technical approach that will provide a faster on-ramp to jobs in the aerospace and defense sectors.

    Colorado Springs, CO

    $ 484,170

    IMPACT (IMprove Perinatal Access, Coordination & Treatment) Behavioral Health

    Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative

    This project would expand IMPACT Behavioral Health into rural, western Colorado. IMPACT establishes an integrated perinatal behavioral health care network which spans prenatal, hospital, and postpartum care and improves screening, diagnosis, and treatment of perinatal behavioral health needs through community-derived strategies, including care navigation and increased social and peer support.

    Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, and Summit Counties

    $ 287,000

    Increased Access to Dental, Mammography/Radiology Services

    Denver Health & Hospital System

    This project will expand access to dental and radiology services at Denver Health. Specifically, the project will establish a mobile dental clinic, provide training for dental assistants, and renovate vacant space in the Lowry clinic to install 3-D mammography, X-ray, and ultrasound machines.

    Denver, CO

    $ 3,188,000

    Inner City Health Center Expansion Phases 2 & 3

    Inner City Health Center

    This project will support clinic renovations for Inner City Health Center. Funding will concentrate on renovating existing medical exam rooms, dental operatories, a community outreach department, and the addition of a physical activity center, and auxiliary clinical space.

    Denver, CO

    $ 2,820,000

    Inpatient Behavioral Health Facility in Rural Colorado Community

    Vail Health

    This project will help construct a 28-bed psychiatric facility for adolescents and adults. This new clinic will be the only inpatient facility between Denver and Grand Junction and it will provide care for patients from the surrounding rural communities and from across Colorado, addressing a gap in behavioral health beds across the state.

    Edwards, CO

    $ 5,800,000

    Integrated and Supported Employment for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in Rural Colorado

    Developmental Opportunities Inc. DBA Starpoint

    This project will help a non-profit open a small business that will double as a training opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to learn job duties and skills to build a resume.

    Cañon City, CO

    $ 300,000

    LEAF Lyons: Human Services & Mental Health Care for the Greater Lyons Area

    Lyons Emergency & Assistance Fund (LEAF)

    This project will renovate a warehouse to house a co-located space for human service programs such as Meals on Wheels, a food pantry, and mental wellness and addiction services. This facility will also include a medical clinic and a civic meeting/community staging area in the event of an emergency such as wildfire or flood, as well as the ability to partner with local law enforcement to provide co-responder programming.

    Lyons, CO

    $ 575,000

    LGBTQ Health Needs Assessment in Colorado

    One Colorado Education Fund

    This project will support a LGBTQ health needs assessment that will examine the health and social inequities faced by LGBTQ Coloradans, especially those who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), rural residents, or older adults. The purpose of the project is to deeply examine and understand the barriers these communities face and develop actionable recommendations to advance equality for the LGBTQ community.

    Denver, CO

    $ 350,000

    MACM Works!

    Make a Chess Move MACM

    This project disrupts the school-to-prison pipeline by developing tenacious learners, compassionate leaders, and ethically-driven critical thinkers to build a just society through the game of chess.

    Denver, CO

    $ 322,000

    Mitigating Medical Debt and Financial Toxicity

    Colorado Consumer Health Initiative

    This project will enhance the statewide services of the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative's (CCHI) successful Consumer Assistance Program which helps Colorado consumers navigate the complex health care system, and resolve medical billing, debt, and prescription drug affordability issues. CCHI will expand programming to meet growing demand for navigation services and to provide insurance enrollment services to help Coloradans enroll in the most appropriate coverage for their needs.

    Denver, CO

    $ 266,000

    Montezuma County Outreach to the Aging and Disabled Vulnerable Populations

    Montezuma County Senior Services

    This project will enhance Montezuma County Senior Services by developing outreach programs for seniors. The specific activities will include in-home visitation to provide education on matters of aging, health, finances, social isolation, and more.

    Montezuma County

    $ 120,000

    Mountain Access for Adaptive Athletes with Disabilities Project

    Challenge Aspen

    This project will provide transportation for individuals with disabilities participating in Challenge Aspen's Recreational, Educational and Cultural program and Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities program with a shared wheelchair accessible all-wheel drive van.

    Snowmass Village, CO

    $ 94,000

    Mountain Family Health Centers Roaring Fork High School School-Based Health Center

    Mountain Family Health Centers

    This project will relocate and expand the Mountain Family Health Centers school-based health center to improve student access to and the provision of integrated medical, behavioral, and dental health care.

    Carbondale, CO

    $ 450,000

    NASTAR Nationals Winter Race Camp: Disability Awareness and Inclusion

    Challenge Aspen

    This project provides inclusive opportunities for skiers and snowboarders with disabilities to access race training and participation through a nationally recognized recreational race competition.

    Snowmass Village, CO

    $ 50,000

    New Doors to Health

    MarillacHealth

    This project will support the construction of a new care site and center of operations on the new Clifton Community Commons, a 27-acre landmark civic project that will include a library, gymnasium, community center, playgrounds and an early childhood training/care center. With the new, expanded facility, MarillacHealth will expand access to health care for the underserved areas of Clifton, Fruitvale and the surrounding unincorporated areas of Mesa County.

    Clifton, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Nursing Workforce Education Degree Program

    Fort Lewis College

    This project will allow Fort Lewis College, in partnership with the University of Colorado Anschutz College of Nursing, to create a four-year degree in nursing. This program will adopt inclusive teaching practices and provide solutions to nursing shortages in rural areas, health inequities in diverse communities, and the profession’s need for economic diversification.

    Durango, CO

    $ 1,300,000

    Patrick A. Lucero Library Renovation and Expansion

    Pueblo City-County Library District

    This project will expand the Patrick A. Lucero Library to better accommodate its high-level of use. This expansion and renovation will increase the size of the library by one-third to allow for expanded services and more meeting room space for the community.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 1,113,000

    Personal Leadership Program for Hispanics

    Fuerza Latina

    This project would fund a personal leadership program aimed at members of the Hispanic community to grow and develop their potential to act, influence, and positively impact their family and community environment.

    Fort Collins, CO

    $ 10,000

    Pioneers Medical Center Assisted Living Facility

    Pioneers Medical Center

    This project will assist with the construction of an assisted living facility in a rural community. Pioneers Medical Center has identified this assisted living facility as a top community need to allow people to age in their own community with access to the care and support they need.

    Meeker, CO

    $ 8,000,000

    Post COVID and Viral Respiratory Illnesses Center

    National Jewish Health

    This project will develop a program in respiratory viral illnesses focused on patients with chronic respiratory, cardiac, and immunologic diseases to enhance the management of patients with COVID-19 and inform treatment and prevention of influenza and other respiratory infections in future pandemics. Funds will renovate and update an existing space to house the program and provide new equipment to enable treatment and research.

    Denver, CO

    $ 6,075,000

    Prevention to Mental Health Treatment Initiative

    Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC)

    This project will expand child abuse and neglect prevention education, advocacy, and mental health treatment services in Denver Public Schools. This program will provide dedicated staff to provide education around child abuse prevention and guidance and support to families, teachers, counselors, and schools to report and address child abuse cases.

    Denver, CO

    $ 232,000

    Providers Advancing School Outcomes (PASO)

    Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition (CSPC)

    This project would support at least five cohorts in the Providers Advancing School Outcomes (PASO) program across the Denver Metro Area. PASO is a unique, long-term, comprehensive job training program which recruits, educates, equips, and mobilizes providers to become early childhood educators who are able to prepare children to be ready for school.

    Denver, Jefferson, Adams, and Arapahoe Counties

    $ 400,000

    Regional Career & College Pathways for Future Workforce Success

    Southwest Colorado Education Collaborative

    This project will support a workforce development program in the health services, education, and building trades sectors. This program will build a regional health sciences mobile learning lab, acquire technology for the education pathway, and increase internships and certifications for building trades.

    Durango, CO

    $ 790,000

    Reimagining Metrics of School Quality through a Multi-State Pilot

    National Association of Charter School Authorizers

    The project will develop and disseminate national tools for incorporating adaptable, accessible, equitable, and community responsive metrics to gauge school quality, helping to guide and accelerate student learning.

    Boulder, CO

    $ 980,000

    Replacement of HVAC Units for Volunteers of America Colorado Administrative Services Center

    Volunteers of America Colorado

    This project will support vital infrastructure improvements for the Volunteers of America (VOA) Administrative Services Center. This will allow VOA to assist Coloradans with needed services. t.

    Denver, CO

    $ 470,000

    Rural Public Health Certificate

    University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

    This project will develop and implement certification in rural public health for medical students at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to better prepare students to practice in rural communities.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 784,000

    Rural Transportation for Developmentally Disabled Citizens at Starpoint

    Developmental Opportunities Inc DBA Starpoint

    This project will expand the fleet of accessible vehicles for Starpoint to provide transportation to over 200 individuals with developmental and physical disabilities in a rural community.

    Cañon City, CO

    $ 1,200,000

    San Luis Valley Health Inpatient Room Renovation Project

    Lutheran Hospital Association of the San Luis Valley dba San Luis Valley Health

    This project would construct additional facilities to allow for the transition of current double-occupancy rooms to private rooms. This will increase the number of private rooms, improve patient safety, update bathrooms for ADA compliance, and improve functionality.

    Alamosa, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    School Security and Public Safety

    South Routt School District

    This project will enable technology and security upgrades to prevent the entry of unauthorized individuals into schools. It will also enable school officials to monitor school buildings and grounds in the event of a school shooting or other safety emergency.

    Routt County

    $ 210,000

    Sixth Sun Cultural Education Programs and Center

    Womxn from the Mountain

    This project would support transformative educational programming and allow for safe cultural spaces where teaching and learning is oriented to Indigenous cultural contexts and cultural narratives. Funding would go toward program and curricula development and securing a location to house these programs.

    Denver, CO

    $ 1,355,000

    Substance Abuse Treatment Facility

    La Plata County

    This project will convert an unused building into a facility for the treatment of substance abuse. This facility will serve the five counties in the Southwest Region of Colorado.

    La Plata County

    $ 2,000,000

    Summer Riding Program

    Blue Skies Therapeutic Riding

    This project will support a local program that provides equine therapy for all ages in rural northeast Colorado.

    Sedgwick, CO

    $ 10,000

    Targeted Control of West Nile Virus Infections

    Colorado State University

    This project will develop a framework to identify novel, efficient strategies for controlling diseases spread by mosquitoes, with an emphasis on West Nile Virus. Colorado State University and local partners will develop strategies to predict local outbreaks and control disease spread with the goal of implementing strategies nationwide.

    Fort Collins, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    University of Colorado Denver Student Innovation Agent Project

    University of Colorado (on behalf of University of Colorado Denver)

    This project will engage students in helping shape curriculum and improve student support services through equitable practices to promote access and retention.

    Denver, CO

    $ 995,000

    Using Simulation in a Rural Community College Nursing Program

    Morgan Community College

    This project will enable the Morgan Community College Nursing Program to provide necessary simulation equipment. High fidelity simulation provides students with learning opportunities, technical skills development, and fosters critical reasoning skills without needing real human patients.

    Fort Morgan, CO

    $ 274,000

    What Happens Next: A New Era of Health

    Im'Unique

    This project would allow Im’Unique to expand health and wellness programs as communities continue to experience the ebbs and flows of the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding will allow the organization to amplify outreach on youth empowerment programs, outdoor recreation and physical health programs, and other programs and events to cultivate and inspire healthy lifestyles mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially in the Metro Denver community.

    Denver, CO

    $ 1,212,000

    Worker Supports Initiative

    WorkLife Partnership

    This project will expand statewide supportive services to approximately 450 incumbent workers. The Worker Supports Initiative will help workers meet their basic needs to achieve improved job retention and economic mobility for frontline and lower-wage workers in Colorado through direct support to workers, individualized coaching, and Resource Navigators.

    Denver, CO

    $ 475,000

    Y Incubator

    Young Aspiring Americans for Social and Political Activism (YAASPA)

    This project will enable the establishment of a Y Incubator, a center that addresses academic and workforce development opportunity gaps for youth in Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities. The Y Incubator will offer a workforce center space for youth to increase dignified work experiences, skill building, and pathways for future economic opportunity in the public administration, education, and health sectors.

    Arapahoe County

    $ 2,000,000

    Youth and Family Center of Excellence Project

    Health Solutions

    This project would renovate and remodel a building to support the augmentation and enhancement of integrated primary care and behavioral health care services to treat the whole person. This new facility will be a one-stop shop for primary care, care coordinator access, outpatient behavioral health, substance use disorder treatment, mental health services, and early childhood services.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 5,707,000

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  • INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES

    Project Title

    Recipient Organization

    Project Description

    Location 

    Amount Requested

    Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority Redundancy Potable Water Pipeline

    Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority

    This project would support the construction of a redundant water pipeline to convey water east to west across Arapahoe County. A failure of the current pipeline would restrict access to clean drinking water on the western side of the county.

    Centennial, CO

    $ 375,000

    Beulah Water Works District Raw Water Storage

    Beulah Water Works District

    The project will help install a 500,000 gallon raw water storage tank near Beulah’s water treatment plant. This new storage system will create resilience and ensure year round access to water for this small, rural community experiencing long-term drought conditions.

    Beulah, CO

    $ 1,056,000

    Buena Vista Water Treatment Expansion Phase 2

    Town of Buena Vista

    This project would complete Phase 2 of improvements to the community’s water treatment facility. This will allow Buena Vista to continue to provide clean drinking water as the community continues to grow.

    Buena Vista, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Chatfield Basin Water Reclamation Facility Project

    Dominion Water & Sanitation District

    This project will help design a new wastewater treatment facility and enable future construction. This new facility will connect the community currently on septic systems to a reliable facility and prevent contamination of Chatfield Reservoir.

    Littleton, CO

    $ 3,100,000

    City of Alamosa Wastewater Infrastructure Improvement Project

    City of Alamosa

    This project will enable Alamosa to improve critical components of their wastewater system infrastructure. Alamosa, like many communities in Colorado, is in need of additional housing stock, and the community cannot build new housing without improving their wastewater infrastructure.

    Alamosa, CO

    $ 635,000

    Colorado Black Heritage Trail

    History Colorado

    This project would help create the Black Heritage Trail, a statewide initiative that will connect sites and stories across Colorado to deliver rich historical and educational content. History Colorado seeks to connect participants with the African American experience in Colorado from pioneer days to the Jazz Age to the Civil Rights era to modern times.

    Denver, CO

    $ 150,000

    Craig South Distribution Line Improvement Project

    City of Craig

    This project will enable the construction of a new water main from the Yampa River to multiple locations within the City of Craig. This project will have multiple benefits for the community, including increasing municipal and wildland firefighting and allowing for future growth in the community.

    Craig, CO

    $ 3,856,000

    Creating Resilient Forests in Colorado

    Colorado State Forest Service

    This project will help treat 5,354 acres of non-federal public lands across 14 counties. This will increase the pace and scale of these projects, reduce wildfire risk to communities, watersheds, and critical infrastructure, improve forest health and resiliency, and decrease recovery costs.

    Fort Collins, CO

    $ 9,267,000

    DeBeque Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Town of DeBeque

    This project would replace or repair the aging/failing infrastructure of the wastewater treatment plant. These improvements are necessary for the health and safety of the community, to maintain compliance, and to avoid contamination of the Colorado River should the plant fail.

    De Beque, CO

    $ 1,246,000

    Eagles Nest Wilderness Area Fire Mitigation

    Willow Brook Metropolitan District

    This project would support a 33-acre wildfire hazardous fuels reduction project on federal lands within the Eagles Nest Wilderness Area. This will provide a vital wildfire buffer zone around a neighborhood inSummit County.

    Summit County

    $ 70,000

    Englewood Lead Service Line Replacement

    City of Englewood

    The project would replace lead water service lines from the main municipal water line to customers’ home plumbing. This will improve public health and safety in the community.

    Arapahoe County

    $ 5,000,000

    Expeditious Separation of Water and Sewer Lines in the Historic Reclamation Neighborhood

    Town of Estes Park

    This project will build new drinking water infrastructure and separate it from sewer lines where they are currently co-located. This will provide safe, reliable drinking water service and allow future sanitation service improvements in a historic neighborhood that provides housing to low and moderately low-income families.

    Estes Park, CO

    $ 1,000,000

    Fort Lewis College Forest Restoration Workforce Development

    Fort Lewis College

    This project will create new natural resource-focused workforce development certificate programs to support healthy watersheds and forests. The new certificate programs will build a workforce pipeline to meet regional needs and help address forest restoration, watershed health, and wildfire mitigation.

    Durango, CO

    $ 733,000

    Fruita Sewer Infrastructure Replacement & Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Mitigation

    City of Fruita

    This project would replace several miles of deteriorating sewer lines and upgrade the wastewater treatment facility. These upgrades will help the treatment facility better manage dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide, which cause damage across the wastewater system.

    Fruita, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Higher Ground Headwaters Conservation Easement

    The Trust for Public Land

    This project will help conserve approximately 3,327 acres of forestland in the Gunnison River Basin. This will help protect these lands from future development in critical wildlife habitat, conserve the health of a critical watershed, and support active timber management.

    Crawford, CO

    $ 3,000,000

    Inverness Local Water Connections

    Inverness Water and Sanitation District

    This project would support the design and construction of water lines to connect three water providers in Arapahoe County. These inter-connections will improve the supply and reliability of water providers and build resilience for future climate impacts.

    Englewood, CO

    $ 200,000

    Inverness Reuse Water Pipeline

    Inverness Water and Sanitation District

    This project will replace an old iron pipeline with a new PVC pipeline. This will allow Inverness Water to continue to reuse treated water from the wastewater treatment for irrigation for public parks and commercial properties.

    Englewood, CO

    $ 950,000

    Joint Water Purification Plant - 3.3 MGD Iron & Manganese Filtration System

    Cottonwood Water and Sanitation District

    This project will support engineering and construction of infrastructure to remove iron and manganese from water delivered to its 41,000 customers. This will enable the Joint Water Purification Plant to better process intake water from Cherry Creek and provide purer clean drinking water.

    Englewood, CO

    $ 1,100,000

    Kemp Breeze Project Segment 2

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife

    This project will design and implement a stream restoration program to improve the aquatic environment along a 17 mile stretch of the upper Colorado River. This will benefit fish habitat throughout this section of the river.

    Grand County

    $ 1,100,000

    La Jara Wastewater Sewer Lagoon Rehab Project

    Town of La Jara

    This project would make improvements to the existing wastewater treatment facilities for the Town of La Jara. This will enable the town to meet current demands and maintain compliance to health standards.

    La Jara, CO

    $ 600,000

    Lake Irwin Valve and Piping Project

    Town of Crested Butte

    This project will replace aging and debilitated raw water conveyance infrastructure located in the historic mining town of Irwin. These upgrades will improve access, operations, and safety at the site while also improving aquatic habitats and recreation downstream.

    Irwin, CO

    $ 1,976,000

    Lake Mary Learning Center

    Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges

    This project would renovate the Contact Station at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge into the Lake Mary Learning Center. The Center would provide a facility that can host visitors, connect people to nature, provide engaging educational experiences, and improve outreach and partnerships.

    Commerce City, CO

    $ 5,000,000

    Louviers Renewable Water Connection Project

    Louviers Water and Sanitation District

    This project will help connect the Louviers Water and Sanitation District to a new water source and replace water infrastructure. This will allow Louviers to reduce radium levels in its water supply and maintain access to a reliable water source.

    Louviers, CO

    $ 3,200,000

    Lowell Boulevard Water Main

    City of Westminster

    This project would replace the aging water main infrastructure that provides clean drinking water to the historic Westminster area. The city actively invested in this area to support local neighborhoods and businesses, which will benefit from reliable access to drinking water.

    Westminster, CO

    $ 5,001,000

    Lutz Reservoir Non-Potable Project

    City of Brighton

    This project will enhance Brighton’s non-potable water system by constructing a pump station and irrigation mainlines at one of the city's reservoirs. This construction would allow untreated water to be used for commercial landscaping, parks and open space, and irrigation while reducing unnecessary treatment costs.

    Brighton, CO

    $ 3,200,000

    Mid Valley Development Water Main Loop Connection

    Yampa Valley Housing Authority

    This project would enable public water system infrastructure upgrades with the construction of a new water distribution main. This new water main will allow for north/south transmission and is necessary to develop an 11-acre site for 200 workforce housing units.

    Steamboat Springs, CO

    $ 633,000

    Minturn Water Treatment Plant

    Town of Minturn

    This project would begin the construction of a new water treatment plant to replace the town’s 60 year old existing plant. Upgrading the water treatment plant will allow the community to better manage fluctuating water levels and provide reliable access to clean drinking water.

    Minturn, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Montezuma County Non-Native Phreatophyte Removal

    Montezuma County

    This project will enhance the efforts to eradicate tamarisk Russian Olive and Saltcedar Trees, and replace them with local native species and agricultural crops. Funding will support the County Noxious Weeds Department to expand their crew and access heavy equipment to restore the land.

    Montezuma County

    $ 210,000

    Mowing Down Air Pollution: Electrifying Lawn and Garden Equipment for Residents, Municipalities, and Commercial Landscapers

    Regional Air Quality Council

    This project would assist Colorado landscaping businesses and municipal governments to replace gas-powered landscaping equipment with electric-powered equipment. This would help improve air quality and reduce emissions with environmentally friendly landscaping practices.

    Denver, CO

    $ 5,000,000

    North Delta Waterline Replacement

    City of Delta

    This project will help replace an aged waterline to serve 40% of water customers in north Delta, CO. Replacing the old water line will make access to water more reliable for the community.

    Delta County

    $ 980,000

    Odell Barry Park Construction

    City of Northglenn

    This project would support the construction of a new public park. The vacant land, recently named "Odell Barry Park," will include a nature-themed playground, an adventure course, shaded seating areas, and native grasses and low-water perennials for climate-conscious landscaping.

    Northglenn, CO

    $ 4,100,000

    Original Aurora Waterline Replacement Project

    City of Aurora

    This project replaces and upgrades aging drinking water transmission pipelines to prevent contamination, leaks, and breaks in the pipes. Approximately 13,260 feet of piping would be replaced to improve access to clean drinking water.

    Aurora, CO

    $ 4,000,000

    Paonia Spring Collection Box Rehabilitation

    Town of Paonia

    The project will repair four of the seven collection boxes that gather water from 16 natural springs and transmit it to the town’s water treatment facilities. This would secure reliable access to water for the small, rural community.

    Paonia, CO

    $ 772,000

    Phase 2 Dolores Water Line Replacement

    Town of Dolores

    This project will help complete Phase 2 of the town’s water distribution system replacement project. In all, this project will help replace aging infrastructure and ensure the ability of the town to meet current and future needs.

    Dolores, CO

    $ 2,616,000

    Pine River Indian Irrigation Project Rehabilitation

    Southern Ute Indian Tribe

    This project would support a rehabilitation project on the Pine River Indian Irrigation Project (PRIIP) in southwest Colorado. Improvements to infrastructure along the PRIIP will allow this system to finally deliver irrigation water to approximately 12,000 acres of land and hundreds of Tribal and non-tribal community members.

    Ignacio, CO

    $ 2,850,000

    Project 7 Emergency Drinking Water: Regional Supply Program

    Project 7 Water Authority

    This project will secure safe drinking water for nearly 60,000 people in Delta, Montrose, and Ouray counties in rural southwestern Colorado. This project creates a secondary potable water source to prevent an emergency water shortage by mitigating risks associated with aging infrastructure, wildfire, prolonged drought and contamination.

    Montrose, CO

    $ 12,025,000

    Pueblo Bessemer Ditch Line Crossings

    City of Pueblo

    This project will replace aging sewer line infrastructure. This will protect the health and wellness of the public from the introduction of raw, untreated sewage into the environment.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 345,000

    Pueblo Lake Minnequa Rehabilitation

    City of Pueblo

    This project will enable proactive lake management strategies that will restore the ecosystem of Lake Minnequa. By removing debris, deep-rooted plants, and sediment, this project will help improve water quality and create a balanced ecosystem for aquatic plants and wildlife.

    Pueblo, CO

    $ 1,230,000

    Round Mountain Wastewater Treatment Facility

    Round Mountain Water and Sanitation District

    This project will help to install a new technology pilot project at the Round Mountain Wastewater Treatment facility to improve capacity and compliance. This will allow the facility to better meet the needs of the community.

    Westcliffe, CO

    $ 2,891,000

    Sedalia Water and Sanitation DistrictWater Distribution Improvements

    Sedalia Water and Sanitation District

    This project would help replace aging water infrastructure and increase the resiliency of the new system.This project includes improvements necessary to support the health and safety of local residents.

    Douglas County

    $ 1,500,000

    Septic-to-Sewer Conversion Program

    Three Lakes Water and Sanitation District

    This project would begin construction to convert over 660 properties from septic to the central sewage collection and treatment system. This septic conversion program aims to mitigate contamination risk to 9,100 acres of lakes and reservoirs at the headwaters to the Colorado River.

    Grand Lake, CO

    $ 1,765,000

    Sheriff Reservoir Outlet Works Gate Replacement Project

    Town of Oak Creek

    This project will enable infrastructure improvements at the dam at Sheriff Reservoir. This reservoir is the main source of water for Oak Creek and improvements to this high-hazard dam will increase the security and integrity of the dam.

    Oak Creek, CO

    $ 300,000

    Silverthorne/Dillon Joint Sewer Authority Sanitary Sewer Plan Update

    Town of Silverthorne

    This project would complete a Sanitary Sewer Plan Update to ensure that the water distribution and treatment system continues to meet community needs and exceed local standards. The population of this community has more than doubled since the last plan was completed and ongoing development requires new assessment to prioritize future construction projects and sewer needs.

    Silverthorne, CO

    $ 200,000

    Silverton Wastewater System Rehabilitation

    Town of Silverton

    This project supports treatment plant and collections system repairs and upgrades. These infrastructure improvements are necessary to eliminate current inflow and infiltration problems which cause treatment, heavy metals, and flow compliance issues.

    Silverton, CO

    $ 2,111,000

    South Adams County Water and Sanitation District Water Treatment Plant Upgrades

    South Adams County Water and Sanitation District

    This project would upgrade the water treatment plant to remove elevated perfluorinated compound (PFAS) levels from groundwater used to supply drinking water. This will help deliver safe drinking water free of these forever chemicals to Commerce City residents.

    Adams County

    $ 2,000,000

    South Fork of the Republican River Channel Restoration at Former Bonny Reservoir Site

    Republican River Water Conservation District

    This project would support restoration of the South Fork of the Republican River Channel at the former Bonny Reservoir site. This restoration will manage sediment and water-consuming plants in the reservoir bottom to preserve river health.

    Burlington, CO

    $ 8,000,000

    Summitville Mine Historical Town and Tourism Public Open Spaces Project

    Rio Grande County

    This project would provide safety, information, and preservation of the natural beauty and history of the Summitville mine. This will ensure safe and informed access to public areas of the Superfund site through signage , protective barriers, and recreation and open space renovation, highlighting the rich history of the area.

    Del Norte, CO

    $ 210,000

    The Penwell Transmission Line Replacement Project

    City of Rifle

    This project will enable the City of Rifle to replace the Penwell transmission line - a critical water transmission line running from the water treatment plant to the storage tanks. The current line is aging and frequently experiences leaks which lead to water outages for significant portions of the community; a new line will secure reliable access to water.

    Rifle, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Thornton Shortgrass Prairie Restoration

    City of Thornton

    This project will help convert city landscaping to native multi-species shortgrass. This conservation approach will provide educational and experiential opportunities for citizens to engage in the natural environment and reduce water use for the city.

    Thornton, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Town of Fairplay Water Treatment System Infrastructure Improvements

    Town of Fairplay

    This project will upgrade the water filtration plant and construct a new treatment facility and storage tank for municipal water. This will allow the Town of Fairplay to sustainably deliver clean drinking water to the residents, businesses, and visitors with capacity for future growth.

    Fairplay, CO

    $ 2,400,000

    Town of Naturita Wastewater Treatment Plant Lagoon Rehabilitation and Collection System

    Town of Naturita

    This project will enable Naturita to upgrade their wastewater treatment system. Upgrading this sewer system will allow for growth in this small, rural community.

    Naturita, CO

    $ 1,500,000

    Upper Thompson Sanitation District Water Reclamation Facility & Lift Station Improvements

    Upper Thompson Sanitation District

    This project will support the construction of a new wastewater treatment facility and associated conveyance infrastructure. Updated infrastructure is required to replace the aging system, which is no longer able to meet current treatment needs.

    Estes Park, CO

    $ 2,000,000

    Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Project

    Town of Crested Butte

    This project will support infrastructure improvements at the wastewater treatment facility. These improvements will help the facility meet current and future needs, improve air quality, and reduce energy use.

    Crested Butte, CO

    $ 2,500,000

    Water and Wastewater Infrastructure to Support Genoa and the World’s Wonder View Tower

    Friends of the Genoa Tower, Inc.

    This project will support the construction of water and wastewater infrastructure to the historic World’s Wonder View Tower. These infrastructure improvements will help support the community’s plans to renovate the Tower into a community and cultural space.

    Genoa, CO

    $ 500,000

    Wetland/Riparian Resiliency-Climate Action

    Friends of the Lower Blue River

    This project would support an assessment of over 3,000 acres of wetland and riparian landscapes in the lower Blue River valley to determine regional climate resilience. The assessment will guide prescribed stewardship practices enacted on public and private land to improve climate resilience and enhance an ecosystem that proactively captures carbon, provides water to the western United States, and reduces risk of severe wildfire.

    Silverthorne, CO

    $ 300,000

    Winterization and Renovations of Central City Opera House Association’s Historic Properties

    Central City Opera House Association

    This project would support necessary renovations to Central City Opera House Association’s historic properties. This will allow Central City to expand use of these historic properties, including the Historic Central City Opera House, the Opera House Workshop and Cast House and the Teller House.

    Central City, CO

    $ 500,000

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FY22 Submitted Requests

  • ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT
    • Coal Mine Methane Solutions

      • Recipient Name: Pitkin County, CO and the Community Office for Resource Efficiency

      • Description: This project will capture methane seeping from the mines in Coal Basin, a historic coal mining district located in the west end of Pitkin County, above the town of Redstone.

      • Location: Pitkin County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.3 million

     
    • Coonskin Ridge Communications Tower Solar Project

      • Recipient Name: San Miguel County

      • Description: This project will use solar power to offset 69% of the Coonskin Ridge Communications Tower's energy use, which supports local emergency and dispatch, radio, Federal Aviation Administration, and Colorado State Patrol.

      • Location: San Miguel County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $334,000

     

    • Durango Regional Carbon Neutral Charging Complex & Emergency Resource Microgrid

      • Recipient Name: La Plata County Electric Association

      • Description: This project will fund a carbon-free generation facility with regional electric vehicle charging infrastructure that will also provide power supply resiliency for emergency facilities in and around Durango, Colorado. This project also supports workforce development through an innovation lab in partnership with Fort Lewis College.

      • Location: La Plata County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $3.6 million

     

    • Enhanced Outcrop Methane Capture

      • Recipient Name: Southern Ute Indian Tribe

      • Description: This project will sustainably capture methane and help reduce greenhouse gases by using proven horizontal well drilling technology. 

      • Location: Ignacio, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2.5 million

     

    • Improving Energy Efficiency in Mobile Homes in Eagle & Pitkin Counties

      • Recipient Name: Eagle County

      • Description: Through this project, Beneficial Electrification for Eagle County Housing (BEECH) and Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE) will work together to improve safety and energy efficiency in mobile homes for low-income families.

      • Location: Eagle and Pitkin counties, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2.2 million

     

    • Micro Filtration Water Production Skids

      • Recipient Name: Town of Silt

      • Description: This project will allow the Town of Silt, Colorado to upgrade its water plant to increase safe, potable drinking water production for its growing population and the surrounding rural areas.

      • Location: Silt, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2.5 million

     

    • Rangely Renewable Energy Project

      • Recipient Name: Town of Rangely

      • Description: This project will make Rangely’s municipal facilities energy self-sufficient through the use of solar and geothermal technologies.

      • Location: Rangely, CO

      • Amount Requested: $5.8 million

     

    • Sustainable Corbett Creek Crossing

      • Recipient Name: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 

      • Description: This project will construct sustainable infrastructure for continued access to County Road 17 during floods or other natural disasters. 

      • Location: Ouray County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.025 million

     

    • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Platte River & Tributaries Flood Mitigation and Ecosystem Restoration

      • Recipient Name: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 

      • Description: This project will reduce the significant flood risk that predominantly impacts low-income communities along the South Platte River and its tributaries, which will in turn lower costs from the associated flood risk insurance and  provide habitat restoration and sediment removal to improve the river’s ecosystems.

      • Location: Denver, CO

      • Amount Requested: $4 million

     

    • Water Tower Construction

      • Recipient Name: Crowley County

      • Description: This project will build two water towers north of the towns of Crowley and Ordway to improve clean water distribution to people living in Crowley County. 

      • Location: Ordway, CO

      • Amount Requested: $7 million

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  • AGRICULTURE, FDA, AND RELATED AGENCIES
    • Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fires Emergency Watershed Protection

      • Recipient Name: City of Greeley

      • Description: The East Troublesome and Cameron Peak Fires burned over 400,000 acres of public and private lands in Colorado in 2020. This project will allow the Natural Resources Conservation Service to assist communities impacted by the fires and mitigate burned areas to reduce flood risks, minimize damage to infrastructure, and sustain the drinking water supply for hundreds of thousands of Coloradans.

      • Location: Greeley County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $50 million

     
    • Colorado River Connectivity Channel Project

      • Recipient Name: Grand County

      • Description: This project will create a natural river channel around the Windy Gap Reservoir to improve the health and resilience of the Colorado River, fulfill municipal water supply needs, restore habitat, and provide additional recreation opportunities for the surrounding community.

      • Location: Grand County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $4.8 million

     
    • Hinsdale County and Upper Piedra Essential Facilities

      • Recipient Name: Hinsdale County

      • Description: As the number of tourists increases in Hinsdale County, so does the need for services to support visitors. This project will fund a sheriff's office and emergency, search and rescue administration facility in northern Hinsdale County. It will also fund a road and bridge shop, a fire station outpost, and workforce housing for a road crew in the rural Upper Piedra Valley. 

      • Location: Hinsdale County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $6.5 million

     
    • Kwiyagat Community Academy K-5 Education Building

      • Recipient Name: Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

      • Description: This project will fund the construction of a permanent school facility for the Kwiyagat Community Academy, which will help preserve Ute cultural traditions, enrich the local area, and provide a strong educational experience for Ute Mountain Ute students.

      • Location: Towoac, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     
    • Lake County Community Justice Center

      • Recipient Name: Lake County Board of Commissioners 

      • Description: To help administer justice and improve outcomes for children of justice-involved families in Lake County, this project will fund essential justice and community facilities, including a jail, courthouse, police station, sheriff administrative offices, courts, probation offices, and shared community spaces. 

      • Location: Lake County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $6.5 million

     
    • Moffat County Courthouse

      • Recipient Name: Moffat County

      • Description: After years of safety and security concerns regarding the aging Moffat County courthouse, this project will fund a new county courthouse where residents can more safely conduct their business with their local government.

      • Location: Moffat County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $6 million

     
    • Pueblo County Water Conservation

      • Recipient Name: Pueblo County Government

      • Description: This project will conserve water and support the robust agricultural economy in Pueblo County by repairing water delivery systems that are in disrepair and contribute to significant water loss. 

      • Location: Pueblo County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $3 million

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  • COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES
    • Community Based Crime Reduction (CBCR) Partnership

      • Recipient Name: City and County of Denver 

      • Description: This project will enable the Denver Police Department to work with community organizations to develop and implement a community oriented, place-based, and partnership-focused strategy to reduce crime, increase resident safety and involvement, and improve police-community relations. 

      • Location: Denver, CO

      • Amount Requested: $420,000

     
    • Community Justice Navigator

      • Recipient Name: Lake County Board of County Commissioners

      • Description: This project will fund a court-based “community justice navigator” position to facilitate and coordinate access to services to reduce justice involvement and reliance on incarceration.

      • Location: Lake County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $495,000

     
    • Crisis Intervention Response Initiative (CIRI) Network

      • Recipient Name: City of Boulder

      • Description: This project will fund the CIRI program which will dramatically increase behavioral health support for people in crisis in Boulder. In 2020, Boulder police responded to at least 1,300 calls for services that were directly related to behavioral health issues.

      • Location: Boulder, CO

      • Amount Requested: $255,000

     
    • Denver’s Youth Crisis Response

      • Recipient Name: City and County of Denver 

      • Description: This project will create a dedicated response team in Denver to assist youth involved with substance misuse and/or mental health issues.

      • Location: Denver, CO

      • Amount Requested: $384,000

     
    • Foot Patrols Community Policing with Partner Organizations

      • Recipient Name: City and County of Denver

      • Description: This project will establish a pilot program that will pair two police officers and a member of a community or faith-based organization to perform foot patrols and increase public safety in areas disproportionately impacted by crime. 

      • Location: Denver, CO

      • Amount Requested: $122,000

     
    • JILA Lab, CU Boulder

      • Recipient Name: University of Colorado

      • Description: This project will modernize and expand laboratories at JILA , the university’s joint research institute with the National Institute of Standards & Technology, which is leading the country’s research in quantum technologies.

      • Location: Boulder, CO

      • Amount Requested: $13.6 million

     
    • Rapid DNA

      • Recipient Name: City of Thornton

      • Description: This project will provide quicker case conclusions and save taxpayer money by enabling the Thornton police department to analyze DNA samples from crime scenes and return results within 90 minutes. 

      • Location: Thornton, CO

      • Amount Requested: $171,000

     
    • Regional Rural 911 Telecommunications and Data Program Expansion

      • Recipient Name: Combined Regional Communications Authority - Frecom911

      • Description: This project will support Fremont and Custer counties’ efforts to create a regional system to share data among emergency service and justice agencies to more effectively meet community needs such as emergency service responses and mental health support.

      • Location: Fremont and Custer Counties, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.6 million

     
    • Soil Carbon Solutions Center (SCSC)-CSU

      • Recipient Name: Colorado State University

      • Description: This project will accelerate the development of practices and technologies that apply regenerative principles to increase soil carbon capture and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

      • Location: Fort Collins, CO

      • Amount: $1 million

     
    • Southwest Colorado Regional Investigative, Search, Rescue and Recovery Capabilities Enhancement

      • Recipient Name: La Plata County Sheriff's Office

      • Description: The La Plata County Sheriff’s Office has taken a lead role in Southwest Colorado to support emergency response, investigative, search and rescue, and victim recovery operations, and this project will upgrade the office’s technology to more effectively administer justice, increase resident safety, and meet the needs of the region. 

      • Location: La Plata County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $166,000

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  • MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, VETERANS AFFAIRS, AND RELATED AGENCIES
    • The Schriever Fitness Center 

      • Recipient Name: Schriever Air Force Base 

      • Description: This project will upgrade and expand the fitness center at Schriever Air Force Base to enhance servicemember readiness and meet the demands of the growing number of service members on the base. 

      • Location: El Paso County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $30 million

     
    • United States Air Force Academy — High-Bay Vehicle Maintenance

      • Recipient Name: United States Air Force Academy 

      • Description: This project will construct an addition to the vehicle maintenance bay at the Air Force Academy. 

      • Location: El Paso County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $4.3 million

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  • TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING, URBAN DEVELOPMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES

    • 2700 Wewatta Affordable Housing

      • Recipient Name: Attention, Inc. dba TGTHR

      • Description: This project will fund 56 mixed-income Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) units in a mixed-use center in Denver to help provide affordable housing units to  the more than 1,300 qualifying households in the City and County of Denver. 

      • Location: Denver, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     
    • City of Loveland Intelligent Transportation System Infrastructure Upgrade

      • Recipient Name: City of Loveland

      • Description: This project will upgrade Loveland’s Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure with improved video technology in its Traffic Operations Center and support the acquisition of additional ITS devices.

      • Location: Loveland, CO

      • Amount Requested: $585,000

     
    • Clara Brown Commons

      • Recipient Name: City of Denver

      • Description: This 61-unit Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) family project known as Clara Brown Commons will also include 17 Habitat homes and a non-profit business center. 

      • Location: Denver, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.525 million

     
    • Collaborative Childcare Campus and Community Hub at Boys and Girls Club

      • Recipient Name: Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County

      • Description: This project will allow the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County to buy and renovate a facility to create a collaborative child and family services campus  in Loveland.

      • Location: Loveland, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.5 million

     
    • Colorado Statewide Transit Improvement Project -- Durango

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Transit Agencies

      • Description: The City of Durango and Archuleta County will purchase two zero emission buses, charging infrastructure, and technical services to serve a 60 mile rural route. 

      • Location: Durango, CO

      • Amount Requested: $522,000

     
    • Colorado Statewide Transit Improvement Project -- Eagle County

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Transit Agencies

      • Description: Eagle County (ECO) Transit will improve the Lake Creek Apartments bus stop and purchase on-route charging infrastructure. 

      • Location: Eagle County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1,201,000

     
    • Colorado Statewide Transit Improvement Project -- Fort Collins

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Transit Agencies

      • Description: Fort Collins Transport will construct a new Foothills Transit Station on the Foothills Campus of Colorado State University.

      • Location: Fort Collins, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2,295,000

     
    • Colorado Statewide Transit Improvement Project -- Grand Valley

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Transit Agencies

      • Description: Grand Valley Transit will replace four compressed natural gas buses that have or will reach the end of their useful life by Fall 2021.

      • Location: Grand Valley, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1,223,000

     
    • Colorado Statewide Transit Improvement Project -- Gunnison Valley

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Transit Agencies

      • Description: Gunnison Valley Rural Transportation Authority (GVRTA) will expand its fleet by two compressed natural gas buses.

      • Location: Gunnison Valley, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1,460,000

     
    • Colorado Statewide Transit Improvement Project -- Vail

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Transit Agencies

      • Description: Vail Transit will replace two diesel buses with battery electric buses and purchase charging infrastructure to modernize their fleet and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

      • Location: Vail, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1,650,000

     
    • Community Center Rehabilitation

      • Recipient Name: City of Thornton

      • Description: This project will rehabilitate a community center to expand the facility, make it more accessible, and connect it to a nearby park to increase outdoor recreation opportunities.

      • Location: Thornton, CO

      • Amount Requested: $8.5 million

     
    • Craig Affordable Housing Infrastructure Project

      • Recipient Name: City of Craig

      • Description: This project will be used to acquire three affordable housing sites in a rural, transitioning  community.

      • Location: Craig, CO

      • Amount Requested: $979,000

     
    • Durango Hotel Conversion Affordable Housing Project

      • Recipient Name: City of Durango

      • Description: This project will convert a 5-acre, 71 unit hotel into an affordable housing project to help Durango meet the high demand for affordable housing. 

      • Location: Durango, CO

      • Amount Requested: $9.6 million

     
    • Early Childhood Education Center at Community Hospital

      • Recipient Name: Colorado West Healthcare System (dba Community Hospital)

      • Description: In partnership with Community Hospital, the Mesa County Public Health Department, Colorado Mesa University and the community, this project will provide 80-100 child care spots at an Early Childhood Education Center at Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado.

      • Location: Grand Junction, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2,480,000

     
    • Easterseals Colorado Center for Inclusive Employment and Programs

      • Recipient Name: Easterseals Colorado

      • Description: This project will fund renovations and improve rehabilitation services at Easterseals’ main location in Lakewood, which provides programs and supports that enhance quality of life and create opportunities for people with disabilities, older adults and caregivers in rural and urban communities across the state.  

      • Location: Lakewood, CO

      • Amount Requested: $980,000

     
    • Education and Community Development for Rural Colorado

      • Recipient Name: Colorado State University

      • Description: This project will build on the Cooperative Extension partnerships and locations in all 64 Colorado counties to accelerate economic recovery in rural Colorado by improving access to post-secondary programs, providing workforce development opportunities, and small business supports. 

      • Location: Fort Collins, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     
    • ELHI Property Acquisition 

      • Recipient Name: Town of Ignacio

      • Description: This project will help the Town of Ignacio buy a nonfunctioning school facility to help revitalize  the town’s downtown and grow its economy. 

      • Location: Ignacio, CO

      • Amount Requested: $500,000

     
    • Fall River Trail

      • Recipient Name: Town of Estes Park

      • Description: This project will complete Fall River Trail along Fall River Road onto Fish Hatchery Road to be the first multimodal trail into Rocky Mountain National Park and provide pedestrians and cyclists with a safer route into the park. 

      • Location: Estes Park, CO

      • Amount Requested: $5.5 million

     
    • Generational Opportunities to Achieve Long-Term Success (GOALS)

      • Recipient Name: Douglas County

      • Description: The GOALS program, a Two-Generation (2Gen) housing program for families experiencing homelessness, currently operates in Arapahoe County. This project will expand the program to neighboring Douglas County. 

      • Location: Castle Rock, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     
    • The Hayden Entrepreneurial Center 

      • Recipient Name: Town of Hayden

      • Description: This project will fund the construction of the entrepreneurial and cultural arts centers within the Hayden Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Project, which aims to convert the old Hayden High School into a community center with child care, a fitness center, a cultural arts hub, and an entrepreneurial center.

      • Location: Hayden, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2.867 million

     
    • Highway 257 and Eastman Park 

      • Recipient Name: Town of Windsor

      • Description: The project will expand the intersection of Highway 257 and Eastman Park Drive to improve safety and traffic capacity as the neighboring area undergoes significant residential and commercial growth.  

      • Location: Windsor, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.5 million

     
    • Housing Navigation Center

      • Recipient Name: Almost Home

      • Description: This project will fund the Housing Navigation Center (HNC) in Adams County, which provides low-barrier access to on-site case management, supportive services, and a pathway to permanent housing. 

      • Location: Brighton, CO

      • Amount Requested: $456,000

     
    • Interstate 70 Floyd Hill to Veteran’s Memorial Tunnels Improvements

      • Recipient Name: Colorado Department of Transportation

      • Description: This project will fund improvements on westbound I-70 from Floyd Hill to Veteran’s Memorial Tunnels to improve travel-time reliability, increase capacity on the highway, replace a deficient bridge and improve the geometric design of the interstate.

      • Location: Clear Creek County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $10 million

     
    • Interstate 70 Rifle Exit Roundabout

      • Recipient Name: City of Rifle

      • Description: This project will upgrade an interchange along I-70, which would reduce traffic bottlenecks and improve development potential in the area.

      • Location: RIfle, CO

      • Amount Requested: $5 million

     
    • Jefferson County Housing Navigation Center(s) & Affordable Housing

      • Recipient Name: Jefferson County

      • Description: This project will rehab and operate two HNCs to serve residents experiencing homelessness and housing instability. The HNCs will provide low barrier, centralized access to on-site housing navigation, support services, shelter beds, hygiene resources, and permanent affordable and supportive housing options. 

      • Location: Jefferson County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $6.3 million

     
    • Northern Colorado Regional Multimodal Travel Center

      • Recipient Name: Northern Colorado Regional Airport

      • Description: The Northern Colorado Regional Multimodal Transportation Center will create and improve ground and air-based transportation systems located along the I-25 corridor in Colorado, as well as  construct a new regional multimodal transportation terminal and support infrastructure.

      • Location: Loveland, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     
    • Peterson Air Force Base (PAFB) North Gate Access and Safety Improvements

      • Recipient Name: City of Colorado Springs

      • Description: This project will improve traffic operations and install multimodal accommodations at the PAFB North Gate. The recommended improvements separate the base traffic from non-base traffic at a new roundabout while providing bike, pedestrian, and transit access where none exists today. 

      • Location: Colorado Springs, CO

      • Amount Requested: $16.5 million

     
    • Pikes Peak United Way Family Success Center

      • Recipient Name: Pikes Peak United Way

      • Description: This project will establish a Family Success Center (FSC) in southeast Colorado Springs to help families break the cycle of crisis, vulnerability and poverty by offering a path of family stability, economic independence and youth success. 

      • Location: Colorado Springs, CO

      • Amount Requested: $250,000

     
    • Poudre River Regional Trail Expansion (Windsor)

      • Recipient Name: Larimer County

      • Description: This project will help construct the remaining 1.5 miles of new paved surface trail in Larimer County to complete the full 45-mile Poudre River Regional Trail, which runs from Bellvue to Greeley.

      • Location: Windsor, CO

      • Amount Requested: $800,000

     
    • Pueblo County Joe Martinez Boulevard Expansion

      • Recipient Name: Pueblo County Government

      • Description: This project will expand Joe Martinez Boulevard, which is a critical route in the event of a natural disaster that would require evacuation or alternate routes. 

      • Location: Pueblo, CO

      • Amount Requested: $10 million

     
    • Pueblo Memorial Airport (PUB) Terminal Remodel and Expansion

      • Recipient Name: City of Pueblo
      • Description: This project will expand and improve the Pueblo Memorial Airport concourse to accommodate a larger number of travelers, improve passenger safety, and make necessary updates to the building and its façade.
      • Location: Pueblo, CO
      • Amount Requested: $4,009,305
     
    • Roaring Fork Valley Permanent Supportive Housing Project

      • Recipient Name: West Mountain Health Alliance 
      • Description: Developed in partnership with a local church, a local organization, and the West Mountain Regional Health Alliance housing consulting team, this project will develop up to 15 Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) units that will serve 20 to 30 people experiencing homelessness and help address the significant affordable housing shortage in the Roaring Fork Valley.
      • Location: Glenwood Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $750,000

     

    • Safe Outdoor Spaces

      • Recipient Name: City of Aurora

      • Description: This project will help Aurora create additional Safe Outdoor Spaces paired with mobile showers, restrooms and laundry facilities for people experiencing homelessness that need a safe place to park, camp, and live until permanent housing becomes available. 

      • Location: Aurora, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1,224,000

     
    • Search and Rescue Vehicle Storage and Training Facility

      • Recipient Name: Summit County, CO

      • Description: This project will  help build a search and rescue training and vehicle storage facility, which will provide necessary and appropriate training and storage space to both the Sheriff’s special operations team and Summit County Rescue, a volunteer led non-profit organization.

      • Location: Frisco, CO

      • Amount Requested: $3 million

     
    • Southwest Colorado Middle Mile Broadband Project

      • Recipient Name: Southwest Colorado Council of Governments

      • Description: This project will improve broadband connectivity in Southwest Colorado, the least connected region of the state, and support the partnership of La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), Southwest Colorado Council of Governments (SWCCOG), and the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.  

      • Location: Durango, CO 

      • Amount Requested: $16.9 million

     
    • Sterling Permanent Supportive Housing (partnership with Centennial Mental Health Center)

      • Recipient Name: Centennial Mental Health Center, Inc. 
      • Description: Developed in partnership with the Centennial Mental Health Center and Logan County, this project will develop Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) in Sterling to address the significant affordable housing shortage and serve a growing homeless population with supportive services.
      • Location: Sterling, CO
      • Amount Requested: $550,000

     

    • US 85 (Highlands Ranch Pkwy to County Line Rd)

      • Recipient Name: Douglas County 
      • Description: This project will provide significant improvements to the U.S. 85 corridor from Highlands Ranch Parkway to Country Line Road, including upgrades for public transportation, pedestrian and bike access, ADA accessibility, highway lanes, and an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) joint trench to improve broadband service. 
      • Location: Douglas County, CO
      • Amount Requested: $4 million
     
    • Ute Mountain Ute Housing Improvement Project 

      • Recipient Name: Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

      • Description: This project will help the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe upgrade some of its 600 multi-generational, stick-built and mobile homes to bring them up to code, make them fully functional, and provide ADA compliant bathrooms and accessibility for disabled and eldery residents. 

      • Location: Ute Mountain Ute Reservation

      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     
    • West Steamboat Springs Trail Extension Project

      • Recipient Name: City of Steamboat Springs
      • Description: This project will support the construction of 2.17 miles of sidewalk and trail connection to link the outlying neighborhoods of Steamboat Springs to the existing pedestrian sidewalk and trails network. The project will increase safety, allow access for people with disabilities, and encourage alternative transportation options which will  reduce emissions and ultimately improve air quality.
      • Location: Steamboat Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $3.5 million

     

    • Wildfire Suppression Base Improvements

      • Recipient Name: Astronaut Kent Rominger Airport 

      • Description: This project will create a new Wildfire Suppression and Helicopter and Small Aircraft Facility at the Astronaut Kent Rominger Airport to make communities safer, strengthen wildfire suppression efforts, and protect watersheds in the Rio Grande Headwaters.

      • Location: Del Norte, CO

      • Amount Requested: $622,000

      
    • Winter Park Transit Maintenance, Storage and Administration Facility

      • Recipient Name: Town of Winter Park

      • Description: This project will help Winter Park build a new maintenance, storage and administration facility needed to deploy a fleet of electric buses in Grand County to serve the area's 520,000 riders.

      • Location: Grand County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $5 million

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  • INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND OTHER RELATED AGENCIES
    • Big Canyon Water Line

      • Recipient Name: Town of Dove Creek

      • Description: This project will replace approximately 5 miles of pipe which delivers water from the river galleys to the town's raw water storage reservoir.

      • Location: Dove Creek, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.76 million

     
    • Building Wildfire Resiliency and Forest Health in Dolores and Montezuma Counties

      • Recipient Name: Mancos Conservation District

      • Description: This project will construct a parallel storm sewer system in Hoffman Way to maintain emergency access during a major storm event so residents in the city of Thornton and Adams County can continue to receive timely emergency care.

      • Location: Dolores County, CO

      • Amount Requested: $645,000

      
    • City of Craig Water & Wastewater Emergency Generators

      • Recipient Name: City of Craig

      • Description: This project will help the City of Craig invest in emergency generators needed to maintain water and wastewater treatment during a power failure.

      • Location: Craig, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.3 million

     
    • Colorado Wildfire Risk Reduction and Resilient Forests Project

      • Recipient Name: Colorado State Forest Service

      • Description: This project will fund the treatment of 3,447 acres on non-federal lands in eight targeted locations in Colorado to reduce wildfire risk to communities, watersheds, and critical infrastructure. The project will also improve forest health and resiliency, and diminish recovery costs. 

      • Location: Forested Land Across Colorado

      • Amount Requested: $6.547 million

      
    • De Beque Wastewater Treatment Plant

      • Recipient Name: De Beque

      • Description: This project will upgrade and repair De Beque's Wastewater Treatment Plant to more efficiently treat wastewater and keep the Colorado River water clean for drinking, fishing, swimming and other activities.

      • Location: De Beque, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.035 million

     
    • Dove Creek Wastewater Project

      • Recipient Name: Town of Dove Creek

      • Description: This project will allow Dove Creek to replace aged lines and install a cover in their wastewater plant collections system to limit environmental toxins and protect public health.

      • Location: Dove Creek

      • Amount Requested: $560,000

     
    • Evans Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

      • Recipient Name: City of Evans

      • Description: This project will fund a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) expansion that will meet long- term environmental standards and expected growth demands.

      • Location: Evans, CO

      • Amount Requested: $6,960,000

      
    • Fort Lewis College Landscape Collaborative

      • Recipient Name: Fort Lewis College

      • Description: In an effort to support healthy watersheds and forests and address regional drought conditions, this project will help Fort Lewis College create a new natural resource-focused workforce development program. The program will help support large-scale, multi-agency landscape restoration efforts, support the economy, and fill gaps in regional and tribal-based career pathways for the area’s diverse population.  

      • Location: Durango, CO

      • Amount Requested: $733,000

      
    • Highway 97 Water Main Replacement

      • Recipient Name: Town of Nucla, CO

      • Description: This project will replace approximately 3,800 linear feet of domestic water main lines currently located under Colorado State Highway 97. The new water main lines will ensure a quality, potable water delivery system for residents, families, businesses, and visitors in Nucla.

      • Location: Nulca, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1 million 

      
    • Hoffman Way Drainage Project

      • Recipient Name: City of Thornton

      • Description: The Hoffman Way Drainage Upgrades project will include the construction of a parallel storm sewer system in Hoffman Way from the west side of Utah Court to the south side of E 88th Avenue. This expansion to the storm sewer system will have the capacity to remove 5 homes from the 100-year floodplain and also prevent 88th Avenue, an arterial roadway, from overtopping in a 100-yr storm event. 

      • Location: Thornton, CO

      • Amount Requested: $3 million

      
    • La Plata West Water Authority Expansion

      • Recipient Name: La Plata West Water Authority

      • Description: This project will help La Plata West Water Authority expand their operations to provide water to more residents in Southwest La Plata County, a water-critical area.

      • Location: Hesperus

      • Amount Requested: $8,250,000

     
    • Lowell Boulevard Water Main Replacement Project

      • Recipient Name: City of Westminster

      • Description: This project will allow Westminster to replace the Lowell Water Main, which will provide clean, safe and reliable drinking water and wastewater services to the residents of Historic Westminster.

      • Location: Westminster, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     
    • Mill Creek Water Line Rehabilitation Project

      • Recipient Name: Town of Telluride

      • Description: This project will rehabilitate an approximately 60- year- old pressurized municipal water line connecting the Mill Creek Water Treatment Plant to the Town of Telluride to ensure clean drinking water and fire flow protection for the community.

      • Location: Telluride, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     
    • Minturn Water Tank Project

      • Recipient Name: Town of Minturn

      • Description: This project will allow the Town of Minturn to construct two new water tanks to replace the town’s sole water tank and address existing water loss rates, protect against increased wildfires, and ensure the health and well-being of the community.

      • Location: Minturn, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1 million 

     
    • Pandora Water Treatment Plant Additional Filtration System

      • Recipient Name: Town of Telluride

      • Description: This project will help the Town of Telluride add an additional filtration system at the Pandora Water Treatment Plant to safeguard the plant against flooding and debris and ensure clean drinking water for the community.

      • Location: Telluride, CO

      • Amount Requested: $300,000

     
    • Pine River Indian Irrigation Project (PRIIP) Rehabilitation

      • Recipient Name: Southern Ute Indian Tribe

      • Description: This project will support the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and strengthen Colorado’s agricultural industry by rehabilitating the Pine River Indian Irrigation Project operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

      • Location: Ignacio, CO

      • Amount Requested: $4,798,000

     
    • Project 7 Water Authority – Regional Water Supply Resiliency Program

      • Recipient Name: Project 7 Water Authority

      • Description: This project will help develop the Ridgway Water Treatment Plant as a part of Project 7’s Water Supply Resiliency Program to ensure the long-term availability of safe drinking water for over 50,000 people in southwestern Colorado. The project will also protect the region against risks associated with infrastructure failure, wildfire, prolonged drought and water contamination.

      • Location: Montrose, CO

      • Amount Requested: $3 million

     
    • RMWSD Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade/Replacement

      • Recipient Name: Round Mountain Water and Sanitation District

      • Description: This project will upgrade and replace the RMWSD Wastewater Treatment Plant to be compliant with state and Environmental Protection Agency requirements.

      • Location: Westcliffe, CO

      • Amount Requested: $7.5 million

     
    • Scaling Out Capacity for Wildfire Mitigation

      • Recipient Name: Fire Adapted Colorado

      • Description: This project will  provide coordination capacity and boost efficiency and effectiveness of wildfire mitigation throughout Colorado through technical support, training, and a network to share expertise and resources.

      • Location: Dolores, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1.150 million

     
    • Science and Innovation Center for Addressing Legacy Pollution and Advancing Clean Water Infrastructure

      • Recipient Name: Mountain Studies Institute

      • Description: Developed in partnership with the Mountain Studies Institute, San Juan County and the Town of Silverton, this project will help establish the Silverton Science and Innovation Center (SINC). SINC will be a hub of innovation, research, and collaboration focused on advancing critical clean water technology and solutions for legacy mine remediation and active mining improvements, while investing in entrepreneurial and small business support to diversify the local economy and create jobs.

      • Location: Silverton, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     
    • Town of Rico Central Sewer System Project

      • Recipient Name: Town of Rico

      • Description: This project would help the Town of Rico build a central sewer system that would serve the Rico historic core.

      • Location: Rico, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2.5 million


    • Walden Old Valve Replacement

      • Recipient Name: Town of Walden

      • Description: This project will replace six 80-year-old valves in Walden's water system to increase safe, potable water to the community.

      • Location: Walden, CO

      • Amount Requested: $90,000

     
    • Walden Main Water Line Replacement

      • Recipient Name: Town of Walden

      • Description: This project will allow the Town of Walden to replace its aged water lines and ensure the town's residents can continue to access water.

      • Location: Walden, CO

      • Amount Requested: $1,372,000

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  • HOMELAND SECURITY
    • 2-1-1 Colorado
      • Recipient Name: Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
      • Description: This project will support the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s partnership with 2-1-1 Colorado to provide Coloradans with critical information in the event of a disaster to mitigate risks.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $750,000

     

    • South Bridge Resilient Infrastructure Project
      • Recipient Name: City of Glenwood Springs
      • Description: The South Bridge Resilient Infrastructure project will create a critical second access point between SH 82 and the western side of the Roaring Fork River to allow residents to safely evacuate the area in the event of a natural disaster.
      • Location: Glenwood Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $4.5 million
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  • LABOR, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, EDUCATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES
    • Adams State University STEM Lab for Mechanical Engineering
      • Recipient Name: Adams State University
      • Description: This project will prepare and equip the mechanical engineering laboratories at Adams State University (ASU) and further develop the partnership between ASU and Colorado State University (CSU) to offer a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at ASU.
      • Location: Alamosa, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1.1 million

     

    • African Chamber of Commerce Colorado Opportunity Center
      • Recipient Name: African Chamber of Commerce Colorado, USA (ACCCOUSA)
      • Description: This project will support the African Chamber of Commerce Colorado, USA (ACCCOUSA) to provide financial literacy and business development training to historically under-utilized businesses.
      • Location: Aurora, CO
      • Amount Requested: $4,272,000

     

    • Best Buddies in Colorado Inclusion Project for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
      • Recipient Name: Best Buddies International, Inc.
      • Description: This project will fund the Best Buddies Inclusion Project for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to establish and deliver community-based inclusion services at 22 middle and high schools across Colorado.
      • Location: Multiple Colorado Schools
      • Amount Requested: $330,056

     

    • Black Health Initiative: Community-Driven Approaches to Impact African American Maternal and Infant Mortality through Peer-to-Peer Support and Simulated Education Training
      • Recipient Name: Children’s Hospital of Colorado
      • Description: Through Children’s Hospital Colorado’s Black Health Initiative (BHI), this project will fund peer-to-peer support and education training to lower infant mortality rates.
      • Location: Aurora, CO
      • Amount Requested: $500,000

     

    • Boys & Girls Clubs Mental Health Initiative: Transforming the Club to Prioritize Social-Emotional and Mental Health of Young People
      • Recipient Name: Boys & Girls Clubs in Colorado, Inc.
      • Description: This project will enhance Colorado Boys & Girls Clubs (BGCs) ability to prioritize and address children’s mental health and social-emotional well-being, which was exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The project will provide dedicated social-emotional learning (SEL)/wellbeing staff, increase SEL and academic enrichment programs, implement large-scale trauma-informed care practices, and enhance technology infrastructure to offer affordable mental telehealth.
      • LOCATION: Statewide
      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     

    • Building Hope Connects Locals to Care
      • Recipient Name: Building Hope Summit County
      • Description: This project will support Building Hope's programs to address substance misuse and abuse, grief and loss, physical injuries, and mental health.
      • Location: Frisco, CO
      • Amount Requested: $200,000

     

    • CareerWise Curricula Design Accelerator
      • Recipient Name: CareerWise Colorado 
      • Description: This project will help CareerWise Colorado create a schematized set of employer-informed, easily replicable curricula to increase the number of secondary school students involved in youth apprenticeships.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1.75 million

     

    • Clinica Pecos Rehabilitation and Modernization
      • Recipient Name: Clinica Family Health
      • Description: This project will renovate and modernize the Clinica Pecos facility, a vital source of integrated primary health care for the area’s low-income and minority population, by increasing patient-care space and capacity for dental and pharmacy services. 
      • Location: Adams County, CO
      • Amount Requested: $8.9 million

     

    • Colorado Cyber Resource Center
      • Recipient Name: National Cybersecurity Center
      • Description: This project will allow the Colorado Cyber Resource Center (CCRC) to help rural, less-resourced areas strengthen their security against cyberattacks. 
      • Location: Colorado Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     

    • Colorado Rural and Frontier Regional Local Public Health Agency Support
      • Recipient Name: Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials
      • Description: This project will help rural and frontier communities adopt cross-jurisdictional sharing arrangements for local public health agencies to pool resources, including staff, expertise, funds and programs. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $600,000

     

    • Colorado Springs Conservatory Arts Immersion Program Expansion
      • Recipient Name: Colorado Springs Conservatory
      • Description: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Colorado Springs Conservatory (CSC), a non-auditioned arts immersion program, experienced a surge in enrollment for both on-line and in person studies from youth across the state. This project will allow CSC to expand its operations through hiring and training operational and teaching staff. 
      • Location: Colorado Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $500,000

     

    • Construction Careers Program
      • Recipient Name: Denver Mayor's Office
      • Description: This project will expand the Denver Construction Careers Pilot program to strengthen training and job placement efforts for large public projects.
      • Location: City and County of Denver
      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     

    • CSU Institute for Mental and Behavioral Health
      • Recipient Name: Colorado State University; College of Health and Human Sciences
      • Description: This project will help Colorado State University establish an Institute for Mental and Behavioral Health to help address critical issues in rural health, mental health, cultural responsiveness, and training and education.
      • Location: Fort Collins, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1,540,250

     

     

    • Dancing into the Future: Securing the Legacy of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
      • Recipient Name: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
      • Description: This project will expand Cleo Parker Robinson Dance’s STREAM (Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Arts and Media) program for technical internships and apprenticeships at the organization’s facility in the Five Points neighborhood. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     

    • Delta Health Pain Clinic
      • Recipient Name: Delta Health (Formerly Delta County Memorial Hospital)
      • Description: This project will equip and renovate Delta County’s only hospital-based Interventional Pain Clinic to provide chronic pain patients with medication management and interventional techniques to reduce pain and suffering while limiting opioid prescriptions and consumption. 
      • Location: Delta, CO
      • Amount Requested: $400,000

     

    • Equity and Inclusive Excellence in Undergraduate Curricula
      • Recipient Name: University of Colorado, Denver
      • Description: This project will fund a new, campus-wide Inclusive Teaching Collaborative at University of Colorado Denver. The initiative will establish  a framework and resource base to support inclusive teaching practices and course redesigns that will improve equity and overall outcomes in STEM for years to come. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     

    • Expansion of Healthcare Services to the Rural Underserved through Improved Space and Access
      • Recipient Name: Axis Health System (DBA Southwest Mental Health Center)
      • Description: This project will build an expanded clinic in Cortez to accommodate the increased need for group behavioral health treatment, expanded primary care and oral health, and case management services for the future permanent supportive housing complex in the area. It will also include a drive-through pharmacy to promote adherence with prescribed medications and a peer health navigator position in Silverton, CO to help community members better access health care services. It will also repair the Dove Creek Integrated Healthcare clinic in Dolores County so residents can continue to receive quality integrated health services without traveling far from home. 
      • Location: Cortez, CO
      • Amount Requested: $966,465

     

    • Five Star Cyber Range
      • Recipient Name: School District 12 Education Foundation
      • Description: This project will allow Adams 12 school district to provide their students with access to the Five Star Cyber Range, a real-world learning tool providing an immersive hands-on cybersecurity and computer science practice space so  students in middle and high school can learn and practice computer science, digital forensics, and cybersecurity skills. 
      • Location: Thornton, CO
      • Amount Requested: $879,970

     

    • Food Bank Building Purchase
      • Recipient Name: Adams County Emergency Food Bank
      • Description: This project will help the Adams County Food Bank (ACFB) buy its current building in Commerce City, allowing ACFB to continue to serve over 30,000 low-income Coloradans and to provide Adams County Head Start with a no-cost lease option to more efficiently provide these crucial services. 
      • Location: Commerce City, CO
      • Amount Requested: $450,000

     

    • Starting, Scaling, and Sustaining Small Business Development and Entrepreneurship in Rural Southwest Colorado and its Tribal Communities

      • Recipient Name: Fort Lewis College

      • Description: This project will help the Fort Lewis College Center for Innovation expand training services, programming, and support to further contribute to workforce development, job creation, and economic development and resiliency in rural Southwest Colorado and its Tribal communities. 

      • Location: Durango, CO

      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     

    • Fremont Multidistrict Initiative
      • Recipient Name: Fremont Re-2 School District
      • Description: This project will allow three school districts in Fremont County (RE-1, RE-2, and RE-3) and Pueblo Community College (PCC) to launch an initiative that will expand career and college pathways in the county for both students and staff.
      • Location: Fremont County, CO
      • Amount Requested: $2,855,000

     

    • Health Careers Pipeline for Underrepresented Minority Students
      • Recipient Name: University of Colorado
      • Description: This project will support underrepresented minority (URM) and first generation students studying to become health professionals. In partnership with the Aurora NAACP, 2040 Partners for Health, and Colorado Area Health Education Centers, the University’s CU Anschutz campus staff, faculty and student mentors will work to identify URM students in K-12 and undergraduate programs and support their continued growth through academic activities, mentoring, leadership training, college visits, test preparation, cohort-based peer support programs, and exposure to STEM and health specific technologies and careers. 
      • Location: Aurora, CO
      • Amount Requested: $998,885

     

    • Hilltop's Brain Injury Services Expansion Project
      • Recipient Name: Hilltop Health Services Corporation dba Hilltop Community Resources, Inc
      • Description: This project will expand Hilltop’s current residential facility for adults with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). The expansion will provide an additional 10 beds to serve adults with TBI, as well as an outpatient facility. 
      • Location: Grand Junction, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     

    • H.O.M.E. (Holistic Offender Mental Health Engagement)
      • Recipient Name: Servicios de La Raza (SLDR)
      • Description: This project will expand and integrate SLDR’s current behavioral health and reentry programming to serve 700 at-risk or currently incarcerated individuals. This project will provide trauma-informed culturally responsive behavioral health services, particularly to divert youth away from the criminal justice system, individual and group therapy, clinical case management, and peer navigation and support to individuals before, during and after criminal justice involvement.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $160,000

     

    • Increased Access, Equity and Diversity in Health Careers
      • Recipient Name: National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement, Inc.
      • Description: The project will help improve equity and diversity in the medical field by recruiting, supporting, and providing scholarships for 25 students to attend the National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement MA training program. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $455,020

     

    • Innovating for Colorado’s Workforce Recovery and Future
      • Recipient Name: Jewish Family Service of Colorado
      • Description: This project will fund a vocational training program for Coloradans disproportionately affected by the pandemic as they work to gain employment stability and economic mobility.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $500,000

     

    • Innovation Underway: A Hub for Neighborhood Wellness in Commerce City
      • Recipient Name: Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County (ECPAC)
      • Description: This project will help ECPAC and its Adams County partners expand the Commerce City Community Campus (C4) Wellness Hub to address social determinants of health in a low-income, high need county. 
      • Location: Commerce City, CO
      • Amount Requested: $100,000

     

    • Metro Denver Partnership for Health Social-Health Information Exchange (S-HIE)
      • Recipient Name: Colorado Health Institute 
      • Description: This project will help support Metro Denver Partnership for Health’s Social-Health Information Exchange (S-HIE) project to reduce health disparities and support resilience in the metro Denver region by creating an integrated, systematic approach to care coordination by screening, referring, and connecting metro Denver residents with needed food and housing services and resources.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $500,000

     

    • National Jewish Health Post COVID and Viral Respiratory Illnesses Center
      • Recipient Name: National Jewish Health
      • Description: This project will allow National Jewish Health to expand its infrastructure and provide new equipment to investigate the effectiveness and duration of immunologic responses to SARS-CoV-2. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $6,075,000

     

    • New Dental Clinic & Services for Children of Low-Income Families
      • Recipient Name: Kids in Need of Dentistry - KIND
      • Description: This project will help Kids in Need of Dentistry renovate an existing space for a new pediatric dental clinic in Commerce City, as part of a collaborative co-location project with partnering service agencies that serve low-income families at the C4: Commerce City Community Campus. Through co-location and coordination, KIND and C4 partners will provide one-stop access to early childhood support, promotoras, community organizing, food and nutrition resources, housing and medical and dental care.
      • Location: Commerce City, CO
      • Amount Requested: $100,000

     

    • Parkview Medical Center - Comprehensive Cancer Care Initiative
      • Recipient Name: Parkview Medical Center
      • Description: This project will help Parkview Medical Center establish a new Cancer Center to provide a comprehensive array of cancer services for patients in one location. 
      • Location: Pueblo, CO
      • Amount Requested: $500,000

     

    • PSMC Oxygen Generation System
      • Recipient Name: Upper San Juan Health Service District DBA Pagosa Springs Medical Center
      • Description: This project will help Pagosa Springs Medical Center invest in an oxygen generation system to address the current unreliable access in the region. 
      • Location: Pagosa Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $400,000

     

    • Pueblo County Substance and Mental Health Treatment
      • Recipient Name: Pueblo County Government
      • Description: This project will help support Pueblo County’s Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) program, a pre-booking diversion pilot program developed with the community to address and reduce recidivism rates for low-level drug and prostitution crimes. 
      • Location: Pueblo County
      • Amount Requested: $1 million 

     

    • Recruiting & Training the Next Generation of Underrepresented STEM Teachers
      • Recipient Name: Teach For America
      • Description: This project will help Teach for America recruit, train, support, and retain high-quality underrepresented teachers in STEM subjects to serve in disadvantaged classrooms throughout Colorado. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     

    • Regional Cancer Center and Medical Office Building
      • Recipient Name: Colorado West Healthcare System dba Community Hospital
      • Description: This project will help build a regional cancer center and medical office building to serve western Colorado, eastern Utah, southern Wyoming, northern New Mexico, and many Native American tribes. 
      • Location: Grand Junction, CO
      • Amount Requested: $3,520,000

     

    • Regional Inpatient/Residential Treatment Solution (RIRTS)
      • Recipient Name: Region 9 Economic Development District of SW Colorado (Region 9 EDD)
      • Description: This project will help reduce and eliminate opioid and substance use treatment gaps in five counties, 10 municipalities and two Tribes, also known as the Region 9 Planning & Management Region. Geographic isolation in these rural communities often leaves individuals, especially the economically vulnerable, without access to critical services. 
      • Location: La Plata County, CO 
      • Amount Requested: $150,000

     

    • Resilient Roots in Rural Colorado Communities
      • Recipient Name: Resilient Colorado
      • Description: This project will expand training opportunities to help organizations better serve those facing trauma from opioid use and substance use disorders. 
      • Location: Bayfield, CO
      • Amount Requested: $696,060

     

    • Rocky Ford Health Clinic Renovation & Expansion
      • Recipient Name: Valley-Wide Health Systems, Inc
      • Description: This project will renovate and expand the Rocky Ford Health Clinic, which provides access to medical, dental, and behavioral health services through an integrated care model and offers a sliding-fee discount schedule to ensure affordability to low-income individuals or individuals who lack health insurance. In addition to supporting the existing 2,540 patients, the expansion will allow the clinic to serve 700 additional patients.
      • Location: Rocky Ford, CO
      • Amount Requested: $250,000

     

    • Rural Outreach Partnership Program
      • Recipient Name: University of Colorado
      • Description: This project will help the University of Colorado Boulder expand its pre-college programming and outreach to low-income and first-generation students in rural communities across Colorado, including Fort Morgan and the San Luis Valley. 
      • Location: Boulder, CO
      • Amount Requested: $266,180

     

    • Salud Family Health Center Aurora Comprehensive Health Care Clinic
      • Recipient Name: Salud Family Health Centers
      • Description: This project will help Salud’s efforts to design and build a new clinic at Colfax and Airport in Aurora, CO. 
      • Location: Aurora, CO
      • Amount Requested: $700,000

     

    • San Juan Cancer Center Expansion
      • Recipient Name: Montrose Memorial Hospital
      • Description: This project will help expand the San Juan Cancer Center to include new exam rooms, office space, and a compliant pharmacy. 
      • Location: Montrose, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1 million

     

    • San Luis Valley Early Childhood Initiative
      • Recipient Name: Early Childhood Council of the San Luis Valley
      • Description: This project will develop a high-quality Early Childhood Care and Education Center including six classrooms (two for infants, two for toddler-age children, and two preschool classrooms). 
      • Location: Alamosa, CO
      • Amount Requested: $110,000

     

    • San Luis Valley Health Pharmacy Renovation for Oncology Services
      • Recipient Name: Lutheran Hospital Association of the San Luis Valley dba San Luis Valley Health (SLVH)
      • Description: SLVH’s pharmacy is the only chemotherapy and infusion center in the south, central region of Colorado. As the pharmacy continues to provide patients with oncology services, this project will renovate SLVH’s pharmacy to meet current regulatory guidelines to protect staff and the environment from contamination by hazardous drugs, as well as the safe mixing, compounding, and handling of hazardous drugs. 
      • Location: Alamosa, CO
      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     

    • South Routt Medical Center Capital Improvement for Cooling/Air Exchange System and Upgrade to Parking Lot
      • Recipient Name: South Routt Medical Center Health Services District
      • Description: This project will improve the safety of patients in the winter by paving the parking lot and installing an air exchange system to cool the facility in the summer months.
      • Location: Oak Creek, CO
      • Amount Requested: $260,000

     

    • SpaceTech Scholars
      • Recipient Name: Metropolitan State University of Denver
      • Description: This project will help Metropolitan State University Denver establish a new SpaceTech Scholars program to address the need for aerospace and engineering technicians, as well as the lack of diversity in the industry. The program will be housed in the Aviation and Aerospace Science and Engineering and Engineering Technology departments.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $752,376

     

    • System-Wide Mental Assessment Response Team
      • Recipient Name: Summit County Sheriff's Office
      • Description: The project will support the Summit County Sheriff’s Office’s co-responder program that responds to mental health-related police calls with a team of mental health providers and law enforcement professionals. The program aims to de-escalate situations that have historically resulted in arrest or hospitalization, assess whether a person should be referred for immediate behavioral health support, and follow up accordingly.  
      • Location: Breckenridge, CO
      • Amount Requested: $423,130

     

    • Tepeyac Elyria-Swansea Clinic
      • Recipient Name: La Clínica Tepeyac, Inc
      • Description: This project will fund the construction of a new clinic that will provide integrated medical, dental, behavioral, and pharmacy services in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood. 
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $2 million

     

    • The Center for Addiction Medicine Academy
      • Recipient Name: Denver Health & Hospital Authority
      • Description: This project will fund Denver Health’s initiative to expand its Center for Addiction Medicine to provide education and expert consultation and improve the quality and effectiveness of substance use treatment  services in Denver, throughout Colorado and across the entire region.
      • Location: Denver, CO
      • Amount Requested: $750,000

     

    • UCCS Aerospace Engineering to Support the Civilian and Military Aerospace Workforce
      • Recipient Name: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
      • Description: This project will allow University of Colorado, Colorado Springs to add an Aerospace Engineering degree program with a focus on on-orbit space assets.
      • Location: Colorado Springs, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1,080,000

     

    • Western Slope Community Clinic & Urgent Care
      • Recipient Name: Town of Palisade
      • Description: This project will help build a clinic in Palisade, Colorado to address the current “medical desert” in the region (more than an hour away from an acute-care facility). 
      • Location: Palisade
      • Amount Requested: $800,000

     

    • West Region Behavioral Health Transport
      • Recipient Name: Montrose Memorial Hospital
      • Description: This project will establish transportation services to facilitate movement of behavioral health patients between hospitals, their home, and other locations when required. 
      • Location: Delta, CO
      • Amount Requested: $401,456

     

    • West Springs Hospital Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs
      • Recipient Name: Mind Springs Inc.
      • Description: This project will allow West Springs Hospital to implement Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs for adolescents and adults where they can attend therapy and learn skills that help alleviate symptoms, put them on the path toward recovery, and prevent future deterioration, while also attending employment, educational, and home activities. 
      • Location: Grand Junction
      • Amount Requested: $669,274.13

     

    • YMCA of Northern Colorado - YMCA/Head Start/Imagine!: Combined Programming and Site Consolidation
      • Recipient Name: YMCA of Northern Colorado
      • Description: This project will support renovations and construction to  allow the YMCA of Northern Colorado, Boulder County Head Start, and Imagine! to all serve youth out of one consolidated facility. 
      • Location: Boulder, CO
      • Amount Requested: $1 million
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