ICAP for City of Craig and Moffat County Colorado, May 2024
This Informational Community Assistance Plan documents the work of six collaborating parties to develop “community assistance opportunities” (CAOs) for the City of Craig and Moffat County. These opportunities are actions that can help the city, the county, and the local community to replace economic losses that will occur when Craig Station closes, which is expected to occur from 2025 through 2028.
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ICAP for City of Craig and Moffat County Colorado, May 2024
Phase II Grant Funding for Colorado Coal Transition Communities
The Office of Just Transition (OJT) and the Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT) are partnering to make a nearly $10 million in grants available to Colorado’s coal transition communities.
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Phase II Grant Funding for Colorado Coal Transition Communities
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The Office of Just Transition

The Office of Just Transition

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The Colorado Office of Just Transition assists communities and workers transitioning away from the mining and burning of coal as an energy source. The dual goals are to: 1) assist communities in retaining and developing family-sustaining jobs, broadening their property tax base, and increasing economic diversity, and 2) help coal industry workers transition to new family-sustaining jobs, relocate, or retire, so as to maintain their economic security in the manner that best suits each individual and their family.  The Office works with an Advisory Committee and is guided by an Action Plan.

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Key Dates

JTAC Meeting,  Jun 18, 2024 2pm - 4pm (MDT)
Contact cdle_ojt@state.co.us for meeting link and information.