Any county in which land is owned by Colorado Parks and Wildlife is eligible to receive an Impact Assistance Grant. In order to receive a grant, a county must apply, but each eligible county has the choice whether or not to apply.
Applications by CountyPlease
download and use your county’s application from the shared Google Drive site.
Do not use an old application from a previous year, as changes have been made. Use of an old application form will complicate the processing of your application. If the information on your application is incorrect, please contact Delana Friedrich at email@example.com.
Completed applications must be mailed by U.S. postal mail to:
Colorado Parks and Wildlife6060 BroadwayDenver, CO 80216ATTN: Delana Friedrich, IAG Application
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Denver, CO 80216
ATTN: Delana Friedrich, IAG Application
Additional Resources and Guidelines for ApplyingREMINDER: Counties are no longer required to mail a copy of their Abstracts & Mill Levies brochures with their applications.
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. When the process is open this page contains instructions on how to apply for the impact assistance grant.
For questions about the IAG program, please contact Larry Rose at 303-291-7274.