Filed trademarks are recognizable signs, designs or expressions (including words, names, symbols, devices or any combination) that uniquely distinguish products or services from one amongst others. A trademark is any used to identify and distinguish goods or services. This dataset is provided by the Colorado Department of State (CDOS).
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.
Features in this dataset represent traffic counts on public roads under local jurisdiction that are functionally classified as arterials or collectors. Features are represented by polyline (linear) geographic shapes from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), for 2014