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Impact Assistance Grants to Counties
Impact Assistance Grants to Counties

Moyer Ranch in fall


Colorado Parks and Wildlife is committed to being a good neighbor in the communities where we own land in fee title for the benefit of wildlife and sportsmen. Each county in which we own land is eligible to receive an Impact Assistance Grant, which is based on the agricultural tax rate. 

In 2018, (for tax year 2017), 53 of Colorado’s 64 counties received $441,000 in Impact Assistance Grants, based on 428,000 acres which Colorado Parks and Wildlife purchased.  Since 1979, this program has provided more than $7 million in impact assistance.

CPW strives to make the process of applying for Impact Assistance Grants as simple as possible. In January of each year, we send a notice to all county assessors in which Colorado Parks and Wildlife owns fee title land, advising them that their counties are eligible for impact assistance from us. This page will contain instructions on how to apply for the impact assistance grant when it's open annually.

For questions about the IAG program, please contact Larry Rose at 303-291-7274.


Applications by County

NOTE: County names below will be links when the application period is open. ​​

  • ​Adams
  • Alamosa
  • Arapahoe
  • Archuleta​
  • Baca
  • Bent
  • Boulder
  • Broomfield
  • Chaffee
  • Cheyenne
  • Clear Creek
  • Conejos
  • Costilla
  • Crowley​
  • Custer
  • Delta
  • Denver
  • Dolores
  • Douglas
  • Eagle
  • Elbert
  • El Paso
  • Fremont
  • Garfield
  • Gilpin
  • Grand
  • Gunnison
  • Hinsdale
  • Huerfano
  • Jackson
  • Jefferson
  • Kiowa
  • Kit Carson
  • Lake
  • LaPlata
  • Larimer​
  • Las Animas
  • Lincoln
  • Logan
  • Mesa
  • Mineral
  • Moffat
  • Montezuma
  • Montrose
  • Morgan
  • Otero
  • Ouray
  • Park
  • Phillips
  • Pitkin
  • Prowers
  • Pueblo
  • Rio Blanco
  • Rio Grande
  • Routt
  • Saguache
  • San Juan
  • San Miguel
  • Sedgwick
  • Summit
  • Teller
  • Washington
  • Weld
  • Y​uma​​​​