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2023 Legislative Committee Meetings

BILL TRACKING - Click here to see the latest bills introduced and APA Colorado's positions.

The 2023 Legislative Session is active and we are meeting every other Friday through the session. Check out the event calendar for all details. Want to help or join the Committee? Send us an email: Legislative@APAColorado.org

If you are not on the legislative committee email list, and would like to be added, please emial: Legislative@apacolorado.org.

Typically meetings are BI-WEEKLY with virtual participation, but may change

For more information, please contact the Legislative Committee Co-Chairs: Shaida Libhart & Scott Bressler

Legislative Committee Articles

January 2021 Legislative Committee Meeting

Please join us in starting a new year and with it a new legislative session. This year’s legislative session promises to be interesting and full of work for us to ensure APA Colorado’s interests, priorities, and generally good planning are represented. We will be meeting every other Friday from 12 – 1pm throughout the session.

Legislative Committee Update Spring 2020

As with most aspects of life today, the 2020 State of Colorado Legislative Session has been anything, but normal. The Legislature convened on January 8 and was originally scheduled to adjourn on May 6. However, this all changed on when the session was suspended on March 14 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic leaving nearly 500 bills that had been introduced in limbo.

2020 APA Colorado Legislative Priorites

APA Colorado supports the development of equitable mixed-use, mixed-income, safe communities where people choose to live, work, and play. We support choice and opportunity by promoting equitable, efficient, and sustainable land development and redevelopment that optimizes prior infrastructure investments, and consumes less land. Less land for urban development provides balance by leaving land available for agriculture, open space, natural systems, and rural lifestyles.

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