Which projects, programs and people have made the Denver region one of the best places to live, work and play?
DRCOG is accepting nominations for the 2023 annual awards celebration to recognize the best in regional collaboration. Nominations are open for the Metro Vision Awards, John V. Christensen Memorial Award and Way to Go Awards through Friday, April 14. Winners will be honored at a gala in the fall. Learn more drcog.org/awards.
The Denver Regional Council of Governments is currently redesigning its website to make it easier to find information about its services and programs. Since November, DRCOG staff have been working with a consultant to better meet the needs of staff, member governments and community partners. Please share your perspective by taking this survey by Feb. 2.
The Denver Regional Council of Governments announces Ashley Summers appointment to a new role as strategic implementation director in the Executive Office. Summers’ new responsibilities include facilitating the development of a portfolio of work to align with DRCOG’s strategic objectives, enabling coordination among divisions and teams and providing support and resources for project managers.
The Denver Regional Council of Governments is issuing a request for proposals for transit capital, operating and mobility management projects benefiting older adults, individuals with disabilities and other vulnerable populations in the DRCOG region. Funding available includes the Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 for the Denver-Aurora Large Urbanized Area, DRCOG Human Services Transportation Set-Aside of its Transportation Improvement Program and Older Americans Act and state Funding for Senior Services Transportation.
DRCOG is now accepting public comments on applications received in the Fiscal Year 2024-2027 TIP Regional Share Call for Projects. Comments will be accepted October 12 - 26.
The FY 2024-2027 TIP Regional Share Call for Projects is part of the development of the new TIP. The new projects will be completed using federal and state funding and, to be considered regional in scale, will generally be expected to have an impact on a large proportion of the region’s population or geography.