We want to hear from you!
While Colorado Parks and Wildlife is not directly funded through taxpayer dollars, we are deeply committed to ensuring that all Coloradans can live life outside. We work to ensure that generations to come will be able to enjoy the same experiences with the outdoors that we treasure now.
With this in mind, CPW offers many opportunities throughout the year for citizens to have an active voice in our decisions and operations. Many of our meetings are open to the public, and we welcome your participation and attendance. Before meetings, please check to see if public input is accepted in written formats only.
Check back on this page often for new opportunities to get involved in our processes. Thank you for your interest in CPW!
State Trails Committee Meeting
Friday, February 1
The roles of the Recreational Trails Committee (RTC) are to:
1. Review trail grants and make funding recommendations to the Parks and Wildlife Commission.
2. Advise Colorado's Trails Program on strategic and policy issues.
3. Review trail grant procedures and funding programs.
4. Provide a liaison with trail user groups.
February Fish Health Board Meeting
Monday, February 11
The Colorado Fish Health Board (FHB) initiates or reviews every rule pertaining to the regulation of fish health the spread of aquatic disease or the distribution of any exotic aquatic species.
*This list of public meetings is provided as a service but may not be comprehensive. for the most up to date information, please check the web page of each sanctioned board.