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Bike to Work Day June 26

The nation's second-largest Bike to Work Day event takes place throughout the metro area on June 26 this year. Bike to Work Day is organized by DRCOG's Way to Go team and a large group of planning partners, and happens each year the fourth Wednesday in June. More than 30,000 riders are expected to commute using two wheels that day, and hundreds of breakfast stations, water stations and after-work bike parties are planned throughout the region. Find more details here.

DRCOG honors Distinguished Service Award winners

DRCOG honored eleven individuals with Distinguished Service Awards, presented during its annual awards celebration May 3 at
the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center.

“As the Denver region continues to grow at a rapid pace, we look to leaders who embody a collaborative
approach to addressing challenges and seizing opportunities,” said Douglas Rex, DRCOG’s executive
director. “Distinguished Service Award recipients exemplify this commitment.”

DRCOG awards highest honor to former Centennial mayor Cathy Noon

DRCOG presented its highest honor, the John V. Christensen Memorial Award, to Cathy Noon for her leadership of and advocacy for the City of Centennial, and for her outstanding track record of regional collaboration. The award was
presented during DRCOG’s annual awards celebration May 3 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center.

2018 Annual Report issued

DRCOG has published its annual report for 2018, the first such report to be issued in five years. During the past year DRCOG welcomed new senior staff, moved to a new location, and embarked on a number of new partnerships to spearhead regional initiatives. Read all about it here

Older Americans Act Request for Funding Closes

September 23, 2019

The DRCOG Area Agency on Aging (AAA) receives federal Older Americans Act Title III funds and State Funding for Senior Services funds to support community-based service programs that benefit adults age 60 and older within the AAA's eight-county region.Funding is awarded for up to 18 months beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, and ending on June 30, 2021. This funding is subject to appropriations from the State and Federal Legislatures and may be reduced or cancelled at any time.

Webinar - Planning for Multimodal Mobility

September 24, 2019

A session about regional initiatives that seek to improve multimodal transportation options in the Denver region.

Small Communities, Hot Topics IV

September 26, 2019

Smart Cities- they're not just a big city thing.

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Executive Committee

October 2, 2019