29 Years of Revitalizing Local Economies
Acres of land restored
New Residences Built
Our program has inspired and enabled the cleanup, revitalization, and redevelopment of many brownfield sites across Colorado. We also work to spread awareness about quality economic development across the state that leads to smarter spending, economic growth, and more livable places.
The Colorado Brownfields Partnership was extraordinarily impactful in supporting the revitalization of Downtown Rifle through the restoration of the Ute Theater. Overcoming the barriers to restoring historic properties is just one of the ways that brownfields can be a flexible tool in your toolbox.
Planning Director & Assistant City Manager, Rifle, COCEO
The Colorado Brownfields Partnership has been helpful in telling the story of the redevelopment of the Ute Ulay. They have been a champion for this project, helping us through every phase. The environmental stabilization and historic preservation of this site will protect downstream natural resources and create a heritage tourist destination.
Commissioner, Hindsdale County
The Colorado Brownfields Partnership was incredibly helpful in supporting the restoration and improvement of recreational access along the San Miguel and Dolores Rivers in West Montrose County. They helped us apply for and receive over $200k in grant funding from the Uravan Mine & Mill Settlement which was instrumental in getting this critical project completed.
West End Economic Development Corporation
The Compass Project could not be coming at a better time for our community, which is working to address many long-term challenges while also navigating new growth and an increase in visitation. Though we still have more work to do, the project has been a great asset to our community.
Town of Silverton