DRCOG is now accepting letters of intent for the Community Mobility Planning and Implementation set-aside of the 2020–2023 Transportation Improvement Program for fiscal years 2020 and 2021. The CMPI set-aside provides funding to support small area planning and small infrastructure projects that contribute to the implementation of key outcomes within Metro Vision and the Metro Vision Regional Transportation Plan. Letters of intent can be submitted at any time to email@example.com, but must be submitted no later than 5 p.m. June 14.
The Colorado Department of Transportation Division of Transit and Rail and the Denver Regional Council of Governments are pleased to announce a joint notice of funding availability for 2020 transit capital, operating and mobility management projects in the greater Denver region.
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.
DRCOG's Area Agency on Aging has been working with local partners recently to extend the reach of services into the community. Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains recently had two staff members become certified to provide State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) services, and can now provide a different location for clients to receive face-to-face appointments at its office. Learn more about SHIP and what it does here.
Registration is open at biketoworkday.us for those wishing to lead a Bike to Work Day 2019 company effort or organize a station for riders. The June 26 event is expected to draw thousands of cyclists throughout the region, many of whom may be trying out a two-wheeled commute for the first time.
DRCOG has issued its policy statement on federal legislative issues for 2019. DRCOG's legislative activity is generally focused on the proposals of special significance to the Denver region, or which would have a unique effect upon local governments in the region, and proposals that affect DRCOG as an agency or that would affect one or more of its programs. Read the statement here.
The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Advisory Committee on Aging will hold a public hearing at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2019, at 1001 17th Street, Denver. The hearing is an opportunity to comment on the 2020-2023 Area Plan on Aging.
Several opportunities exist to provide comment on this document, which is available to read here.
Denver Regional Council of Governments welcomes Randy Arnold to lead the organization’s human resources team, bringing more than 27 years of experience to serve DRCOG.
“Randy’s experience and expertise will serve DRCOG and our employees well. Human resources is a new department at DRCOG, previously housed under admininstration and finance, and I’m looking forward to having Randy’s HR leadership on our team,” said Douglas W. Rex, DRCOG executive director.