CML has worked with home rule municipal tax professionals, the business community and the Department of Revenue to develop an Economic Nexus and Marketplace Facilitators model ordinance.
Registration is now open for CML's Special Conference, Sept. 22–24 in Westminster, and CML's Virtual Special Conference, Sept. 30–Oct. 1. Space at the in–person conference is limited, so register early to ensure your spot at the premiere training event for municipal officials in Colorado!
This edition of Colorado Municipalities focuses on equity, diversity and inclusion. Articles include equity and climate action planning, How National League of Cities launched R.E.A.L, Increasing equity in the marijuana industry, and more.
Much of the water infrastructure that serves municipalities is reaching the end of its useful life. In a 2020 report, Colorado Concern identified a $17.6 billion inventory of water and wastewater projects in Colorado.
This document provides an overview of some of the major sources of funding available to municipalities for water and wastewater projects.