LAKEWOOD - Today, at Lamar Station in Lakewood, Governor Polis released the Roadmap to a Future Colorado 2026, detailing practical steps to create more housing that Coloradans can afford, expand transit options, protect Colorado’s precious resources like water and public land and improve air quality.
DENVER - Today, Governor Polis ordered flags to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Thursday, December 7, 2023, in honor of the Americans who died in service of their country at Pearl Harbor, as directed by President Biden.
DENVER– The Mizel Institute is proud to announce that legendary NFL quarterback Peyton Manning has been named the recipient of the prestigious 2024 Mizel Institute Community Enrichment Award. This honor recognizes Manning's outstanding contributions and commitment to the community, both on and off the field.
DENVER - Today, Governor Polis led a letter to the Biden administration with Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, Maryland Governor Wes Moore, New York Governor Kathy Hochul, and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. The Governors applauded President Biden for reconsidering the classification of cannabis and encouraged the federal government to reschedule cannabis. Governor Polis, and the Governors, expressed their hope that the Drug Enforcement Administration will reschedule cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule III this year. Nearly 88% of Americans are in favor of legalization for medical and recreational use. This action would rectify this outdated designation, which risks small businesses and public safety.
DENVER- Governor Polis ordered the flags to be lowered to half-staff tomorrow, Wednesday, December 6, 2023, to honor Sergeant Michael Moran, who was killed in the line of duty last week. Flags should be lowered tomorrow, the day of the service, from sunrise to sunset on all public buildings statewide.
DENVER - Today, Governor Polis announced Computer Science Education Week in Colorado. Computer Science Education Week is an annual call to celebrate the field of Computer Science, draw students to learn the field, and advocate for equity in the industry. Computer Science is ingrained in daily life through technology, privacy, security, and accessibility. Students who learn Computer Science will not only help drive innovative programming but play a critical role in understanding the social, ethical, economic, and environmental impacts of computing.
DENVER - Today, Governor Polis announced the annual Governor’s Residence at Boettcher Mansion Holiday Tours. Open to the public annually around the holidays, Coloradans from across our state can tour the Governor’s Residence on Friday and Saturday, December 8th and 9th from 10 am-2 pm. Members of the public are asked to express interest in a tour through this Governor’s Office Form; however, walk-ins are welcomed.
DENVER - Today, Colorado released the first Climate Preparedness Roadmap, which focuses on ways to better understand, prepare for, and adapt to the impacts of climate change, and outlines actions the administration can take to protect Colorado’s future. The state also concurrently continues its nation-leading efforts to reduce greenhouse gas pollution. The Climate Preparedness Roadmap was produced by the newly formed Governor’s Office of Climate Preparedness and Disaster Recovery through the passage of SB22-206, sponsored by Senate President Steve Fenberg and Representative Judy Amabile.