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Who We Are
Northwest Colorado Council of Governments (NWCCOG) is a voluntary association of county and municipal governments that believes in the benefits of working together on a regional basis. NWCCOG serves 30 member jurisdictions in a 5-county region of northwest Colorado.
Many of our programs and services extend beyond the base region of our membership. Click on the button below to explore maps of each service area, or instead, explore each program by looking through the What We Do Menu above. The Who We Are menu above has more information about our People, including the Council, Admin Staff. It also is a place to access our plethora of recent communications. Each program page has a Client Profile or Success Story to help ‘put a face’ on what we do.
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Red Cliff Broadband Program
These are some of the things our members are saying about the advantages of a regional organization:
- NWCCOG provides services to its members that are more cost-effective and efficient when executed on a regional basis, rather than being duplicated by each member jurisdiction.
- NWCCOG provides the “critical mass” necessary to take advantage of various federal programs.
- NWCCOG provides strength to individual member jurisdictions by speaking with a unified voice on regional issues.
- NWCCOG provides a regional perspective to local, state, and federal policy makers.
Are COVID Impacts on Housing & Services Here to Stay? is a study of the recent influx of people residing in mountain communities, a trend that coincides with a boom in remote work and the COVID pandemic. The survey seeks to quantify what appeared to be unusually full occupancy for many communities throughout the year, and asks, was it indeed a trend, and if so, who were the migrants? It studies the demographics and long-term intent of migrants and how their influx is shaping these places. The report concludes that the in-migration is occurring, and that there are significant long-term implications for communities which ought to be addressed. Read More