Documents for July 2011

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Colorado Blueprint: A bottom-up approach to economic development

Since Jan. 11, 2011, the Hickenlooper Administration has engaged more than 5,000 Coloradans from all 64 counties in developing a comprehensive and collaborative approach to economic development. A state team composed of representatives of a dozen state agencies and statewide organizations traveled more than 6,000 miles to gather input from every corner, valley and plain that makes up Colorado. Every county put together a summary expressing the needs, priorities, vision, strengths and weaknesses of its local economy. These county summaries were rolled up into 14 regional statements. Based on the county and regional input, we identified the following six focus areas to promote economic development in Colorado.

Craig Police Department Community Survey

2011 Craig Police Department Community Survey results

Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program pre-applicant screening worksheet

Please complete this form and return to an EHLP agency. Worksheet must be submitted by July 22, 2011.

FAQs about the Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program

What Do Homeowners Want to Know? Top Questions About EHLP.

Draft Environmental Assessment for Sage Creek

Draft Environmental Assessment for Sage Creek

Combined Geologic and Engineering Report and Maximum Economic Recovery Report for Sage Creek Lease

Combined Geologic and Engineering Report and Maximum Economic Recovery Report for Sage Creek Lease

Oak Creek Recreation Master Plan

Oak Creek Recreation Master Plan - 2011 update

Letter to Sandrock Elementary parents

Letter to Sandrock Elementary parents

Smithsonian in Your Classroom — Fall 2009

This is the fall 2009 issue of the magazine Smithsonian in Your Classroom, an educational magazine that provides lesson plan ideas for teachers across the country. Sunset Elementary School teacher Cheryl Arnett’s second-grade class created “The Deer Are Here to Stay,” a brochure that will be featured in the fall 2011 issue as a lesson plan on environmental problems within a community. Arnett is also seeking stories from Northwest Colorado residents about their experiences with the region’s deer population.