Water and Land Use Integration for Local Governments



Fact Sheets for Local Governments

Local governments can use the following fact sheets to help carry out requirements related to water and land use planning integration in state statutes and the Department of Local Affairs' Energy/Mineral Impact Assistance Fund (EIAF) Program Grant Guidelines.

Tools for Local Governments

Examples of available tools for integrated water and land use planning include:

Planning Resources at DOLA

Not finding what you are looking for? Contact Scott Williamson (scott.williamson@state.co.us) for more resources.

Colorado Water and Land Use Planning Alliance

The Alliance is a non-formal group that helps local communities to effectively incorporate water in comprehensive planning. The work of the Alliance supports priorities in the Colorado Water Plan. Participants from state agencies, local governments, advocacy organizations, research organizations, and other interested parties come together to develop resources, provide technical assistance, and track progress on water and land use integration across Colorado.

Get Involved

Quarterly meetings of the Alliance are a great place to understand Colorado’s efforts to integrate water and land use. For meeting summaries, visit the Colorado Water Conservation Board’s Land Use page. Contact Scott Williamson (scott.williamson@state.co.us) to learn more.


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