Research & Miscellaneous Publications


The History of Colorado Counties, Inc. 1907-2007


AMENDMENT 64

2017 Legislative Update –Marijuana Regulation MACC

– Amendment 64 Task Force Report

– Amendment 64 and What it Means for Counties

– Amendment 64 FAQ

Recreational Marijuana – County Regulatory Status by County Map

Medical Marijuana – Regulatory Status

County Ordinances
– Archuleta

– Chaffee

– Clear Creek

– Costilla Licensing

– Costilla Land Use Codes

– Eagle Q&A

– Eagle Licensing Regulations

– Grand

– Gunnison Marijuana 101

– Gunnison Licensing

– Larimer

– Park

– Pueblo

– Summit

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BROADBAND

– What Every County Commissioner Should Know About Broadband

– I’ll Vote for You if Make My Netflix Work!

– Practical Infrastructure-Based Approaches to Solving Broadband Problems

– CCI/CML Joint Memo

– Senate Bill 05-152: Concerning Local Government Competition in the Provision of Specified Communications Services

Local Governments Repealing Prohibition on Public Investment in Broadband

SB 152 Opt Out Kit

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HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

CDHS Indirect Cost FAQ

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JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY

Implementation of Mental Health Hold Task Force Recommendations

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TABOR

Tracking TABOR Table 1993-2016

Debruced Counties

Spending Limit Waiver

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TAX INCREMENT FINANCING

-Tax Increment Revenue Agreements – Montrose County, Special Districts and School 

-Economic Study for Montrose Urban Renewal Authority

-Adams County’s Policy For the Review Of Requests for Use of County Tax Increment Financing

-Adams County’s Guide on How the County Reviews Requests for County Incremental Property Taxes

EPS’ Larimer/Fort Collins/Loveland/Timnath TIF Study

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TERM LIMITS

The following table documents counties that have asked voters to waive – or extend – term limits for elected county officials. “All elected county officials” includes commissioners, assessor, clerk and recorder, coroner, sheriff, surveyor and treasurer.

–  Comprehensive Table

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URBAN RENEWAL AUTHORITIES

HB 15-1348 Urban Renewal Fairness Act Presentation by Carolynne White

Urban Renewal Fairness Act — Dee Wisor

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 MISC

Doing More with Less: Counties Struggle With State Revenue Limitations and Mandates

How to Hire a Local Government Administrator


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