Division of Local Government

El Departamento de Asuntos Locales, a través de la Red Regional de Socios de Acceso, busca solicitantes para el Programa de Subvenciones de Infraestructura sin fines de lucro

El Departamento de Asuntos Locales (DOLA), a través de la Red de Socios de Acceso Regional, busca pequeños solicitantes sin ánimo de lucro, con presupuestos anuales de entre 150.000 y 2.000.000 de dólares, que se hayan visto afectados por las secuelas en infraestructuras de COVID-19. Aunque la subvención no se destina a la programación, abre las puertas a otras oportunidades como la planificación estratégica, el desarrollo profesional de la junta directiva y el personal, la tecnología, etc. La solicitud se abrirá el 5 de julio de 2023 y se cerrará el 31 de agosto de 2023.

The Department of Local Affairs, Through the Regional Access Partners Network, Seeks Applicants for the Nonprofit Infrastructure Grant Program

The Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), through the Regional Access Partners Network, seeks small nonprofit applicants, with annual budgets between $150,000 and $2,000,000, that have been affected by the infrastructure aftermath of COVID-19. While the grant is not for programming, it does open doors for other opportunities such as strategic planning, professional development for board and staff, technology, etc. The application will open on July 5, 2023 and close on August 31, 2023.

The Department of Local Affairs Awards More Than $19M In Final Round of the Affordable Housing Development Incentives Grant Program

The Division of Local Government (DLG), a division within the Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), recently granted more than $19M across multiple Colorado communities. With the help of these 16 Incentives Grant Program (IHOI) awards, 970 more affordable housing units will be made available to Coloradans.

The Department of Local Affairs Allocates Over $4.7M Into Economic Development Initiatives Across 26 Communities in Colorado

Since the passage of the statute, and the first stimulus supported grant cycle being awarded in October 2021, the Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) has directly allocated $4,733,626 into supporting the economic development of existing communities across the state of Colorado. With 26 rural community-driven projects, these program dollars have demonstrated enhanced local economic impact through the positive outcomes in Colorado towns/cities and for their residents.

Colorado’s Main Street: Open for Business Grant Has Helped Local Businesses By Providing $6.7M to Towns Across The State

The Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) received applications totaling more than $21M in requests. Of that $21M, $6.7M was used to fund proposed projects in 16 communities for 102 businesses, with 65 of these being small disadvantaged businesses enterprises (DBEs).

The Department of Local Affairs Will Hold a Public Hearing for the Marshall Fire and Straight Line Winds Event’s Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery

Following the devastating Marshall Fire and Straight Winds Event on December 30, 2021, the State of Colorado received an initial congressional allocation of Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery. The Colorado Department of Local Affairs will be holding a Public Hearing to provide an overview of the Action Plan and to give the public opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.