The 2019 Saving Places® Conference will focus on The Next Generation of Preservation: A CALL TO ACTION which will explore the changes, threats, challenges, and successes of the preservation movement along with the communities and leaders working to move it forward. You can expect over 80 engaging sessions, workshops, and tours. AIA and APA credits available including a Preservation Leadership Training offered by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Downtown Colorado's own Executive Director Katherine Correll, and VISTA Leader Andrew Curtis, will both be presenting at 2019 Saving Places.
Katherine Correll will be presenting Tax Increment Financing: What it is and How it Can Support Historic Preservation Projects on Wednesday, February 6th at 10:30 AM.
Andrew Curtis will be presenting Using the Americorps VISTA Program to Support Historic Preservation in Rural Communities on Monday, February 4th at 9 AM.
Visit the Saving Places 2019 website for more information and to register!
CCCMA is a statewide association of local government managers and assistants. The organization, in addition to offering the usual career development focus to its members, is also a great support network both professionally and personally. The CCCMA Annual Conference will feature multiple keynotes, sessions, and professional development training. Downtown Colorado Inc.'s Executive Director Katherine Correll, will co-present a session at this conference with three other community leaders.
Katherine will present Driving Dynamic Development on Thursday, February 7 at 1:30 PM.
Visit the Colorado City & Municipal League Management Association website for more information and to register!
Join us for our first District Committee Meeting of 2019! This event includes lunch and a tour with the Greeley Downtown Development Authority on Tuesday, February 19th from 11AM - 2PM. We will discuss DDA partnerships, current and upcoming projects, share successes, and network with local and statewide downtown development professionals.
DCI's 2019 Vibrant Downtown Event IN THE GAME will be held on April 9-12 in beautiful Aspen, CO. IN THE GAME is a three day interactive educational experience. We focus on harnessing national, state, and local resources to expand the way our downtown champions think and provide real problem solving opportunities. View the conference page here! Early Bird Pricing available until January 28, 2019!
Hotel Information: To make your reservation please either email Aspenreservations@limelighthotels.com or call (866) 987-0352, please make sure to reference the group (DCI Annual Conference) name to receive the discounted rates.
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The Colorado Municipal League is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization providing services and resources to assist municipal officials in managing their governments and serving the cities and towns of Colorado. The 2019 CML Conference will bring together community leaders from Colorado for training, advocacy, and networking.
Downtown Colorado, Inc.'s Executive Director, Katherine Correll, will be presenting at the 2019 CML Conference. Katherine will be presenting The Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Toolbox: Maintaining Successful Commercial Districts on Thursday, June 20 from 10:15-11:30 AM.
Visit the Colorado Municipal League website for more information. Registration opens soon!