Aggregated from thousands of local jurisdictions by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs Demography office. Many of the district boundaries were created from scanned drawings or digitized PDFs, and therefore no guarantee of accuracy can be made for the data.
Point geometry feature class representing known regulated health facilities in Colorado, developed directly from address information obtained directly from the Health Facilities and Emergency Medical Services Division of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment in January of 2017. Coordinate locations (latitude/longitude) were derived from the known street addresses of health facilities using a combination of Centrus MapMarker geocoding software and Google Earth imagery locations. This file was developed for use in activities and exercises within the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
The Opportunity Zones Program was enacted as part of the 2017 tax reform package (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) to address uneven economic recovery and persistent lack of growth that have left many communities across the country behind. In the broadest sense, the newly enacted federal Opportunity Zone program provides a tax incentive for investors to reinvest unrealized capital gains into low-income urban and rural communities.
This dataset contains Water Quality files related to Stream Impairment in Colorado. The individual Lake or Stream may be in multiple files on top of each other. The user may need to check on and off the layers in the Contents, or cycle through multiple records when identifying a feature.
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.