DOR Gaming
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Where the Money Goes

28%

State Historical Society

 

  • 20% (of the 28%) distributed by the State Historical Society to the governing bodies of Cripple Creek, Central City and Black Hawk (in proportion to the revenues generated in the respective cities)
  • 80% (of the 28%) used for historic preservation and restoration throughout the state

12%

Gilpin and Teller Counties

 

  • In proportion to the gaming revenues generated in the respective counties

10%

Cities of Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek

 

  • In proportion to the gaming revenues generated in the respective cities

50%

State General Fund

 

Amount determined statutorily to following recipients:

  • Local Government Limited Gaming Impact Fund
  • Colorado Travel & Tourism Promotion Fund
  • Colorado Department of Transportation
  • Bioscience Discovery Evaluation Grant Program
  • New Jobs Incentives Cash Fund
  • State Council on the Arts Cash Fund (replaced by Creative Industries Cash Fund in FY11)
  • Innovative Higher Education Research Fund
  • Film Incentives Cash Fund (replaced by Creative Industries Cash Fund in FY11)
  • Clean Energy Fund

The tax revenues attributable to the implementation of Amendment 50 distributed as follows:

 

 78%

Colorado Community, Junior and District Colleges

 
  • To the State's public community colleges, junior colleges, and local district colleges to supplement existing State funding for student financial aid and programs and classroom instruction programs

12%

Gilpin and Teller Counties

 
  • In proportion to the tax revenues generated in the respective counties

10%

Cities of Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek

 
  • In proportion to the tax revenues generated in the respective cities