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Title Disabled Veterans Free State Park Access
Status Governor Signed (03/11/2020)
Bill Subjects
  • Military & Veterans
  • Natural Resources & Environment
House Sponsors B. Buentello (D)
Senate Sponsors L. Garcia (D)
House Committee Rural Affairs and Agriculture
Senate Committee State, Veterans and Military Affairs
Date Introduced 01/10/2020

Currently, Colorado residents who display a disabled veteran's
license plate are allowed free entrance to any state park or recreation area,
not including campgrounds, on any day of the year that such park or area
is open.
The bill allows a Colorado resident to acquire a free transferable

annual state parks pass by presenting the same documents required for a
Colorado disabled veteran's license plate at a regional office or the central
office of the division of parks and wildlife, or at any other locations the
division determines. Thus, Colorado residents who are veterans with
disabilities will be able to obtain free access to state parks without
acquiring a Colorado disabled veteran's license plate.

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