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 July 2nd and are not guaranteed to be funded. All projects are listed in alphabetical order by subcommittee. Between now and July 23rd, 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.

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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