Northern Colorado Leaders Applaud Signing of $1T Federal Infrastructure Bill

Respond by Urging Additional Federal Funding Be Directed to Federal Interstate System. The signing of the $1 Trillion Infrastructure Package today marks an historic win for much needed investment in the nation’s infrastructure. Colorado stands to receive approximately $3.7B in federal-aid funding for Colorado’s roads over 5 years and includes current levels of funding. Approximately […]

NCLA Comments to CDOT Hearing on Proposed Greenhouse Pollution Reduction Standards

“It is imperative that Coloradoans are clear on the overall costs of the rule and how the policies encompassed in the are structured to reduce their quality of life.” During a Colorado Department of Transportation virtual hearing (November 10, 2021) on a proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) related to transportation projects, the Northern […]

Review of 2021 Legislative Actions Affecting Business Interests

The following summary is provided for informational purposes only and not intended to provide comprehensive or technical analysis of the content, intent, cost or consequence of legislation.  Legislation included within this summary has been deemed to have direct applicability to the operation and function of private enterprise. Additional Resources The Steep Price Tag of the […]

Northern Colorado Business Community and Elected Officials Laud Senate Passage of Federal Infrastructure Package; Urge Portion of $5B Colorado Allocation Direct to North I-25 Gap

Passage of the $1 Trillion Infrastructure Package was a tremendous feat of compromise, appreciation of the value of infrastructure investment and economic stimulus. Leaders from the Northern Colorado region and advocates for funding and construction of the North Interstate 25 corridor shared their praise of the plan and desire for a portion of the Colorado […]

Withdrawal of ETRP One Step Closer to Eliminating Another Burden on Northern Colorado Businesses and Employees

The Air Pollution Control Division (APCD) of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment submitted to the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) its withdrawal of the Employee Traffic Reduction Program (ETRP) from the rulemaking process.  The Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley Chambers, working together as the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance, was named a formal party in the rulemaking process, […]

NCLA Responds to EPA’s Proposal to Expand Air Quality Non-Attainment Boundary to Include the Entirety of Weld County

Environmental Protection AgencyPublic Comment on Intended Air Quality Designations for the 2015 OzoneNational Ambient Air Quality Standards; Response to the July 10, 2020,Court Decision Addressing El Paso, Texas and Weld County, ColoradoDocket No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2017-0548-0459 The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance with Upstate Colorado EconomicDevelopment Corporation, the Greeley Chamber of Commerce, the Fort CollinsChamber of Commerce, and […]

Employee Traffic Reduction Program (ETRP) Listening Session for Northern Colorado Employers

11:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.Thursday, April 29, 2021OnlineQuick Link to Register In response to legislation passed in 2019 which mandates reductions to Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG), the state’s Air Pollution Control Division, has proposed a mandatory program, Employee Traffic Reduction Program (ETRP), under which all employers with 100 or more workers must reduce the number of single-occupant […]

Virtual Meet the Legislators Hosted by NCLA – April 9, 2021

Meet your northern Colorado legislators and leaders from around the area at a virtual event hosted by NCLA. Do you ever wonder who is representing northern Colorado? Would you like an opportunity to meet them? Maybe you want to know more about what these legislators and leaders are up to. Or maybe you’re in the […]


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