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Posted on: January 3, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Clear Creek Recreation wants to hear from YOU!

A flyer with a picture of a mountain and a QR code asking people to take a survey about recreation.

The Clear Creek Recreation in the Outdoors Management Plan (ROMP) is a county-wide recreation planning project funded by a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant. The goal of the ROMP is to identify a vision and values, key projects, partnerships and funding mechanisms that will help Clear Creek County protect our natural resources and provide high quality recreational amenities for residents that can support a sustainable economy. By gathering feedback from partners, residents, and recreators, Clear Creek County hopes to use it for planning future recreation projects in the County.

We'd love to hear your feedback on the values and goals of the ROMP Process: click here to take a short survey to share your thoughts.

GOAL: The goal of the ROMP is to identify a vision and values, key projects, partnerships and funding mechanisms that will help Clear Creek County protect our natural resources and provide high quality recreational amenities for residents that can support a sustainable economy.

WHAT: The Clear Creek ROMP is a county-wide recreation planning project funded by a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO)(External link) grant. For a more detailed description of the project, click here.

WHO: Clear Creek County has convened the following teams to support the ROMP. For additional detail about the roles and responsibilities of each group, see the ROMP Collaboration Charter.

If you are interested in participating in the CAT, email Amy Saxton at asaxton@clearcreekcounty.us!

The ROMP is also supported with facilitation and research by Keystone Policy Center and SE Group.

WHEN: This project launched on July 12th at a BOCC work session (link to meeting here(External link)) and will continue through at least the end of 2023.


Click here for more information.
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