All renewable energy systems with greater than two (2) megawatts of AC electricity generation capacity are valued as public utility property by the Division of Property Taxation. Small or low impact hydroelectric facilities, geothermal energy facilities, and biomass energy facilities that are put into use on or after January 1, 2010 and not primarily designed to supply electricity for consumption on site, are state assessed regardless of AC generation capacity., prepared by Michael Krueger., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2022)
In May 2021, the Colorado Resiliency Office (CRO) conducted the 2021 Resiliency Planning in Colorado Survey. This survey is a follow-up to the 2019 Resilience Planning in Colorado's Local Governments Survey Report, which provides a baseline for understanding the resilience-related needs of municipalities and counties in Colorado. The CRO collects data every two years to better understand how communities continue to plan for and implement resiliency activities, so that the CRO can continue to develop and provide resources in response to changing local government needs and priorities., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2022)
The Colorado State Demography Office (SDO) applies a basic Components of Change Method to create annual (July 1) State and County Population Estimates. The method varies slightly for our July 1st 2010 estimates in that it starts with the April 2010 Census counts and then applies components of change (births, deaths, net migration) from April 1st through June 30th 2010. The rest of the decade the estimates will be based July 1st to July 1st., "October 2011.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed July 2014)
"Account of the expenditures of the 701 funds contracted to the Oil Shale Regional Planning Commission by the Colorado Division of Planning under Contract No. Colo. P-44 (R), Project No. Colo. P-99, Region No. 11.", Cover title., Description based on print version record.
Over the past months, the Colorado Resiliency Office has been working with communities to share adaptations and capture lessons learned during COVID-19. Communities have been impressive in their efforts to be nimble and responsive to continuous change. These lessons have the potential to transcend the pandemic and fortify communities to future disruptions., brought to you by Colorado Resiliency Office., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2023)
Bachelor's degree or higher -- Children in poverty -- Mean travel time to work -- Median household income -- Moved to Colorado within the last year -- No high school diploma or GED -- Percent born in Colorado -- Percent disabled -- Percent foreign born -- Percent in poverty -- Percent not insured -- Percent of owners spending >30% of household income on housing costs -- Percent of renters spending >30% of household income on housing costs -- Speak language other than English at home., "Date: 12/19/2016.", "The American Community Survey is a sample, not a census. Results are subject to a margin of error." --Footer., Online resource; title from PDF website (viewed November 2022)