Support the Conservation Trust Fund, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, & Great Outdoors Colorado.

 

Since 1983, the Colorado Lottery has returned more than $3 billion in proceeds to the people of Colorado for outdoor recreation and land conservation projects in all 64 counties. Since 1992, these projects have been funded through three organizations: the Conservation Trust Fund, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO). The results of the work include healthier Colorado citizens, revitalized rural economies, and protected natural resources. Additionally, hundreds of retail businesses across the state benefit from the sale of Lottery tickets.

Keep It Colorado supports reauthorization of our Lottery Division by the General Assembly in 2018 to uphold the desires of our state's citizens and ensure that our parks, trails, rivers, wildlife, and open spaces continue to receive Lottery proceeds. We want all Coloradans, for generations to come, to benefit from our great outdoors.

 

The latest.

 

The bill to continue the Lottery division, SB18-066, passed the Senate with a 30-5 vote and the House with a 48-16 vote. It was signed into law by Gov. John Hickenlooper on April 30, 2018. Congrats, Colorado, and thanks for your support!

 

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individuals & ORGANIZATIONS

If you're a Coloradan who would like to show your support of Lottery reauthorization, or you represent an organization that belongs on the supporters list, complete a simple form to join us.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

City councils, county commissions, and other entities around the state have adopted resolutions to support Lottery reauthorization. Download a resolution template from our Resources page. If you need data to complete the form or have questions, please contact us.

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