Learn about the NPI Grant Program, a capacity-building program for community-based nonprofit organizations.

Recovery, Rebuilding, and Resiliency
The Division of Local Government is committed to providing support and assistance to local communities in their resiliency planning activities and in recovering from disasters.

Disaster Recovery, Rebuilding, and Resiliency


Check-in with Your Regional Manager Team

A Regional Manager can help develop your projects with careful consideration of the mixture of available funding from a wide variety of sources. Each Regional Manager has extensive experience at the local, county, and state levels in project development and funding. In addition to project planning, Regional Managers have the skill and resources to assist in budgeting, facilitation and strategic planning.

A Regional Assistant can help you manage your contract requirements and the financial obligations to your grant. They can provide training and resources for using the portal, filling out requests for reimbursement forms and reports, and finalizing documentation for your project.

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Local Government Coordination Call

This monthly call is a resource for COVID recovery for local governments and also has shifted to include a focus on assisting local communities in navigating available unprecedented funding opportunities. These include, but are not limited to, updates related to the American Rescue Plan Act, the Infrastructure Improvements and Jobs Act, as well as other forms of funding that are relevant to the local level. It takes place on the third Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m. Topics vary based on current events, but always include updates from the Department of Local Affairs and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Register to be part of the local government coordination call.


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Local Match Program

Funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) is expansive in its reach, addressing energy and power infrastructure, access to broadband internet, transportation, water infrastructure, and more. Some of the new programs funded by the bill could provide the resources needed to address a variety of infrastructure needs at the local level.

Learn more on how to use this program to improve your local community infrastructure. 


Disaster Resilience Rebuilding Program

Since 2018, twenty-seven state or federal natural disasters have been declared across Colorado and extensive property loss and environmental impact occurred. The Disaster Resilience Rebuilding Program was established to assist areas of Colorado impacted by those disasters. The program is available to assist homeowners, businesses, local governments and communities rebuild after natural disasters and is intended to help local communities and the state recover from the devastating physical and economic effects of natural disasters.

Learn more.

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Colorado Resiliency Office

The Colorado Resiliency Office is a key partner and resource to help communities prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptions and ongoing stressors. Access a variety of tools, resources, and information to help empower your community to become more resilient in the face of changing conditions. Check out the events calendar, sign up for our monthly newsletter, or explore our resiliency resources and toolkits at coresiliency.com.

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