DRCOG is seeking public comment on the draft of its public engagement plan. Please check out thedraft plan and let us know what you think! Comments are being accepted through through March 20, when a public hearing will be held prior to the reguarly scheduled Board of Directors meeting. Comments will be accepted through an online form, by email, U.S. mail, and in person the night of the hearing.
The Subregional Share Call for Projects opens Jan. 2 and closes Feb. 27. All eligible applicants who anticipate submitting a subregional application should contact their individual subregional forum based on where the project is located. Applications are submitted, reviewed, and scored by each of the individual subregional forums. After each subregional forum has identified projects to be funded within its funding target, projects will be submitted to DRCOG for consideration by committees of the Board prior to final approval by the Board of Directors.
The holidays are a time when families gather, and as a result, often a time when people realize that aging friends and relatives may be struggling with daily activities. If you visited an older loved one during the holiday season and have questions about services that may be available to assist them, we can help. Contact DRCOG's Area Agency on Aging for information on caregiving, transportation, home health and more in the eight-county region we serve.
Denver Regional Council of Governments named Jenny Dock to lead the organization’s administration and finance team, bringing more than 20 years of financial and business operations experience to serve DRCOG.
“We’re fortunate to have Jenny’s expertise and background, ensuring DRCOG’s fiscal integrity and making sure our business operations run efficiently,” said Douglas W. Rex, DRCOG executive director.
What's the state of traffic in the metro area? DRCOG has released its 2017 Annual Report on Traffic Congestion in the Denver Region. Find out what how travel in the region has changed over the past year and how it stacks up against national trends here.
DRCOG's Area Agency on Aging was recently recognized by two local organizations for outstanding achievements. On Monday, Dec. 4, the Colorado Business Roundtable presented DRCOG with one of its Champions in Industry awards for taking "an innovative lead in addressing the growing trend of older adults who do not have access to basic living needs." The award recognizes the effort undertaken by DRCOG as a result of the grant awarded in 2017 by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare to help bridge the gap between medical services and community-based services.
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 annually for up to two years beginning on July 1, 2019, and ending on June 30, 2021. This funding is subject to appropriations from the state and federal legislatures and may be reduced or canceled at any time.
The nomination period is now open for the Denver Regional Council of Governments' Metro Vision and John V. Christensen awards, as well as the Way to Go Champion awards. Each year, DRCOG recognizes the best in regionalism! Please help us identify the people, projects, programs and plans that have made the Denver region a great place to live, work and play. Nominations for DRCOG and Way to Go awards will be accepted until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2019.
DRCOG's Way to Go program has come to the end of another successful Go-Tober challenge! Fifty-eight companies throughout the metro area participated in this annual friendly competition to see which could get employees to log the most commutes by transit, carpool, on their bikes or their feet. Of those, more than 2,000 took at least one trip during the month of October using a method other than driving alone, and 1,899 made the goal of at least one day per week.
We’re living in a time where technology is rapidly changing and transforming the way we travel through a connected and digital-driven transportation network. DRCOG is pleased to be partnering with CDOT, RTD, and the Denver Metro Chamber to create the Mobility Choice Blueprint. Please take this brief quiz and be a part of the change you would like to see in your Mile High transportation future. Read more about the Mobility Choice Blueprint here.