Colorado Creative Districts Statute

Colorado Revised Statutes. § 24-48.5-314 – 315, amended 2018

By: State of Colorado

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Creative Placemaking

Colorado’s revised statutes enable local governments to designate creative districts, which are defined as a hub for cultural facilities, creative industries, or arts-related businesses. Creative districts can be approved for state designation, which provides access to benefits, including access to the creative district community loan fund (C.R.S. § 24-48.5-315).


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