The committee is an advisory board that is a requirement for the federal funds the Trails Program receives. This committee makes decisions on trails-related issues statewide as well as recommends the funding for annual trail grant awards. The State Trails Committee works in conjunction with the Parks and Wildlife Commission.
The nine Trails Committee members are volunteers, one from each of Colorado's Congressional Districts, one At-Large Representative and one GOCO Representative. They serve four-year terms and may be reappointed to a second, four-year term. Members represent a wide variety of trail interests, (motorized and non-motorized) with the goal of working cooperatively for trails and greenways throughout the state.
Please send all public comments and messages to email@example.com. All comments will be provided to the State Trails Committee member(s).
Kristina Kibler1st Term Expiration: 06/30/2017
District 1Rec. Trail Planning-Support GrantReview Subcommittee Chair
Christian Meyer1st Term Expiration: 06/30/2017
District 2STC Committee ChairOHV Subcommittee Non-motorizedSTC Designee
Dustin Wilkinson1st Term Expiration: 06/30/2016
District 3OHV DesigneeOHV Subcommittee Chair
Gary BuffingtonTerm Expiration: 06/30/2015
District 4Local Government Designee
Bill Koerner1st Term Expiration: 06/30/2017
District 5Rec. Trail Small Construction/Maintenance Review Subcommittee Chair
Karen ChristophersonTerm Expiration: 06/30/2015
John Marriott2nd Term Expiration: 06/30/2017
District 7OHV Subcommittee Vice-ChairMultiple-Use STC Designee
Janelle Kukuk1st Term Expiration 06/30/2016
At LargeSnowmobile DesigneeSTC Committee Vice Chair Snowmobile Representative Snowmobile Subcommittee Chair
Matthew Sugar1st Term Expiration: 06/30/2017
GOCO RepresentativeRec. Trail Large Construction/Maintenance Review Subcommittee Chair