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Address: 633 17th St., Suite 1600, Denver, CO 80202
Description: The Department of Personnel & Administration (DPA) is the cabinet department that serves as the business center for Colorado’s $13 billion state government. We are responsible for the largest workforce in the State -- 60,000 employees -- and for managing state facilities and real estate, as well as providing business services ranging from telecommunications and computing to administrative hearings, financial accounting, State Archives, purchasing, collections, insurance and risk management, printing, and motor vehicles. Our job is to make sure state departments and agencies have all of the tools they need to better serve the citizens of Colorado.
Address: 1375 Sherman St., Denver, CO 80261
Description: Our mission is to provide exceptional service in an effective and innovative manner that instills public confidence while fulfilling our duties to collect revenues, responsibly license and regulate qualified persons and entities, increase productivity, and assure the vigorous and fair enforcement of the laws of Colorado.
Address: 201 East Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80203
Description: CDE is the administrative arm of the Colorado State Board of Education. CDE serves Colorado's 178 local school districts, providing them with leadership, consultation and administrative services on a statewide and regional basis.
Address: 1313 Sherman St., Denver, CO 80203
Description: The Colorado Department of Natural Resources was created with a mission to develop, preserve and enhance the state's natural resources for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future citizens and visitors.
Address: 1575 Sherman St., Denver, CO 80203
Description: CDHS oversees the state¿s 64 county departments of social/human services, the state¿s public mental health system, Colorado¿s system of services for people with developmental disabilities, the state¿s juvenile corrections system and all state and veterans¿ nursing homes, through more than 5,000 employees and thousands of community-based service providers.
Description: The Mission of the Colorado Child Support Enforcement Program is to assure that all children receive financial and medical support from each parent. This is accomplished by locating each parent, establishing paternity and support obligations, and enforcing those obligations.
Address: 4201 E. Arkansas Ave., Denver, CO 80222
Description: To provide the best multi-modal transportation system for Colorado that most effectively moves people, goods, and information.
Address: 1560 Broadway, Suite 1550, Denver, CO 80202
Description: DORA is dedicated to preserving the integrity of the marketplace and is committed to promoting a fair and competitive business environment in Colorado. Consumer protection is our mission.
Description: The Attorney General has primary authority for enforcement of consumer protection and antitrust laws, prosecution of criminal appeals and some complex white-collar crimes, the Statewide Grand Jury, training and certification of peace officers, and certain natural resource and environmental matters.
TTY Line for the Hearing Impaired: 303-691-7700
Address: 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, Glendale, CO 80246
Description: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is committed to protecting and preserving the health and environment of the people of Colorado.
Address: 633 17th St., Suite 201, Denver, CO 80202
Description: The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment recognizes that providing the highest quality service to the citizens of Colorado depends on the competence, sensitivity, dedication, and effort of the individual employee.
Address: 700 Kipling St., Suite 4000, Lakewood, CO 80215
Description: The Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) is committed to strengthening and advancing Colorado's agriculture industry, ensuring a safe, high quality, and sustainable food supply, and protecting consumers, the environment, and natural resources.
Address: 1313 Sherman St., Room 500, Denver, CO 80203
Description: Through financial and technical assistance, emergency management services, property tax administration and programs addressing affordable housing and homelessness, our department works in cooperation with local communities. It is through that work where we learn firsthand how to build on the strengths, unique qualities and priorities of Colorado.
Address: 1570 Grant St., Denver, Colorado 80203
Description: The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing administers the Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus programs as well as a variety of other programs for Colorado's low-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities.
Address: 2862 South Circle Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Description: This website has been designed to provide you with information about our agency and operations. Whether you are searching for an individual, seeking employment, or specific information about a division of the Department, this website will keep you informed of our activities. The Department is comprised of many divisions with diverse operations. We operate 20 adult prisons and a youthful offender system. Through the 19 community and parole offices, corrections professionals safely supervise offenders re-entering communities throughout the state. Offenders under our supervision participate in rehabilitative programming, including basic education, mental health and substance abuse treatment, life and work skills, and re-entry courses. Beginning with their first day in prison to their last day of community supervision, our management system is designed to assist offenders' successful re-entry into society and to reduce the likelihood of future victims.
Address: 1560 Broadway, Suite 1600, Denver, Colorado 80202
Description: By coordinating policy and state resources for the state's 27 public institutions as well as several hundred proprietary schools and overseeing two key loan programs, the Department seeks to ensure that higher education is accessible and affordable to all Coloradoans. The Department helps bring cultural and artistic education opportunities to citizens in each of Colorado's 64 counties.
Address: 1700 Broadway, Denver, CO 80290
Description: The Secretary of State is an elected member of the Executive Branch of Colorado's state government. Elected every four years, the Secretary of State serves as the chief executive of an office that oversees and administers many laws including Colorado's business and commercial statutes pertaining to profit and nonprofit corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, trade names, secured transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code and miscellaneous liens, Colorado Election Code, Voter Registration Law, Campaign Finance Laws, Lobbyist Regulation, Colorado Charitable Solicitations Act, Bingo and Raffles Laws, and Notaries Public Laws.
Address: 700 Kipling St., #1000, Denver, CO 80215
Description: The mission of the Colorado Department of Public Safety is to provide a safe environment in Colorado by maintaining, promoting and enhancing public safety through law enforcement, criminal investigations, fire and crime prevention, recidivism reduction and victim advocacy. The CDPS also provides professional support of the criminal justice system, fire safety community, other governmental agencies and private entities. Throughout, our goal is to serve the public through an organization that emphasizes quality and integrity.
Address: 140 State Capitol, Denver, CO 80203
Description: The Colorado State Treasury is the constitutional custodian of the public's funds. It is the Treasury's duty to manage and account for the citizen's tax dollars from the time they are received until the time they are disbursed. The Treasury's staff is committed to safeguarding and managing the people's monies with the same diligence and care as they do their own.
Address: 6848 S Revere Pkwy., Englewood, CO
Description: The Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs is the state agency that is mandated by state statute to assist veterans and their family members and survivors in securing any benefits they may be entitled to because of service in the military. The Division does this by serving as a central source of information on veterans benefits, rights and issues; and by training, directing and assisting the county veterans service officers who are the local veterans assistance agencies in every county in Colorado. The Division can assist any claimant for federal or state veterans benefits in applying for and securing benefits. The Division can also assist in initiating and prosecuting appeals to the Board of Veterans Appeals or the Military Discharge review Boards. The Division is open to the public from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, except for official state holidays. For more information, please check other pages of our home page or click on the list of other sites with information for veterans.
Home Courts By District 17th Judicial District List of State Agencies
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