Privately Owned and Non-Profit Ditch Company Grants


Ditch

This program provides assistance to private and non-profit ditch companies, as well as watershed coalitions, for ditch repairs and implementation of resilience measures. These services are vital to the economic recovery effort of agricultural businesses because of the dependence on ditch-delivered water in the semi-arid farming environment of Colorado, the economic impacts from damaged ditches are passed down to the low- and moderate-income farming demographic.

 

Program Participants


Program participants include ditch companies and Watershed Coalitions that are located in federally‐declared disaster areas from 2012 – 2013.

Disaster Declared

Year

Counties Affected

2013 Severe Storms, Flooding,  Landslides, and Mudslides

Sept. 2013

Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Clear Creek, Crowley, Denver, El Paso, Fremont, Gilpin, Jefferson, Lake, Larimer, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld

Black Forest Wildfire

Summer 2013

El Paso

Royal Gorge Wildfire

Summer 2013

Fremont

High Park and Waldo Canyon Wildfires

Summer 2012

El Paso, Larimer, Teller

 

 

Applications Closed


Staff is currently working with those eligible applicants who applied and were awarded funds, to reimburse them for disaster-related expenses.

 

Program Guidelines


Watershed & Ditch Guidelines Version 4.0 

 

Program Summary


Watershed Resilience Monthly Report - February 2019 

 

Contact for Program


Tim Katers, AICP, CDBG-DR Watershed Program Manager
Department of Local Affairs, Community Development Office
303-864-7888
tim.katers@state.co.us