DWR Water Right Net Amounts DWR Water Right Net Amounts Water
A Water Right is a property right that is either conditional or absolute and conveys the right to use a particular amount of water, with a specified priority date as confirmed by the water court. The Net Amounts List contains the current status of a water right based on all of its court decreed actions.
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DWR Calls History DWR Calls History Water
Division of Water Resources (DWR) Call History. The Call is a term used by the state engineer to effectively communicate the administrative status of the natural stream. The Call communicates the priority required during a specified period of time for a water right located within a specific stream or stream segment to divert under the Prior Appropriation Doctrine. The basic purpose of the Call is to “call out” water rights that are not in priority in order to make water available to the senior water right that is diverting less than its decreed amount of water that it could beneficially use.
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Colorado Counties With Population Under 1,000 Colorado Counties With Population Under 1,000 Human Services
Colorado Broadband Availability, April 2012 delivery Colorado Broadband Availability, April 2012 delivery Telecommunications
This data set represents broadband coverage across the state of Colorado. It is developed by the CO Broadband Data and Development Program (CBDDP) within OIT for the broadband mapping grant from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) through the State Broadband Initiative (SBI). It contains several layers reflecting the methods of reporting coverage required by the NTIA. The NTIA requires census block less than 2 sq. mi. to have information about the service available in the block, including service provider, speed and technology platform. In block larger than 2 sq. mi. broadband service is shown on roads within that block. The data set also includes "Community Anchor Institutions" (CAIs) and their broadband service. The data is compiled by asking broadband service providers about their service. In addition, the CAIs provide their service information to OIT directly.
2012 Health Outcomes And Factors Rankings 2012 Health Outcomes And Factors Rankings Health
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Colorado Hunting Atlas Colorado Hunting Atlas Recreation
The Hunter Resource Report allows hunters to create a list of important emergency and contact information, field office locations, campgrounds, CDOW license agents & more. Annotation tools allow you to customize your printable maps and a variety of search options mean you should be able to find reference maps, Township, Range and Sections and place locations for almost any natural feature in Colorado.
Greenprint Data - Parks & Open Space Greenprint Data - Parks & Open Space Recreation
Publicly Accessible Open Space Inventory - Denver Metro Green Space Study. (Copyright 2011. The Trust for Public Land. All Rights Reserved) In 2011, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) partnered with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) to examine conservation priorities for children's access to green spaces, protecting riparian habitats, and enhancing regional trail connectivity across the 8-county Denver Metropolitan region. The study area for this project includes all or portions of the following counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Jefferson, Denver, Douglas, Weld, Broomfield, and Boulder. Study area boundaries were defined to encompass the Denver Regional 2035 Urban Growth boundary, using the MPO boundary to the east and the mountain backdrop to the west. A fundamental milestone for this project was to create an up-to-date inventory of publicly accessible parks, green space, and trails. The dataset depicts publicly access parks and open space, with over 30 jurisdictions and organizations contributing data including: Counties: Adams Arapahoe Jefferson Denver Douglas Weld Broomfield Boulder Cities and Local Jurisdictions: Arvada Aurora Boulder Brighton Castle Rock Commerce City Golden Greenwood Village Highlands Ranch Ken Caryl Lakewood Littleton Longmont Louisville Parker Thornton Westminster Wheat Ridge Foot Hills Recreation District South Suburban Parks and Recreation Other Partners: Learning Landscapes DRCOG COMAP State of Colorado Colorado Open Lands
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