Colorado Parks and Wildlife sets GWS open house |

Colorado Parks and Wildlife sets GWS open house

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is inviting the public to learn more about the agency’s draft strategic plan, released last week, during an open house from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the Glenwood Springs Community Center, 100 Wulfsohn Road.

The draft plan was developed using input provided by stakeholders, public, staff and the Parks and Wildlife Commission. The plan is a high-level, living document that will be updated as needed. The goals, objectives and strategies are intended to guide the creation and execution of CPW’s operation and implementation plans.

As it heads into the future, the agency and its constituents are facing many challenges. The public’s insights are needed to help CPW continue its mission of perpetuating the state’s wildlife and parks resources.

The public can provide feedback either through several open houses held across the state, or by submitting comments online.

The plan is available on the agency’s website at

The deadline for comments is Sept. 14.

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