Visit "Where can I get vaccinated" or call 1-877-COVAXCO (1-877-268-2926) for vaccine information.

Our Mission
The Colorado Department of Natural Resources’ mission is to develop, preserve, and enhance the state's natural resources for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future citizens and visitors.
Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board
Next Meeting
Thursday, August 18, 2022, 6 PM - 8 PM
Read more about
Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board
0

Home

#FFFFFF

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado Department of Natural Resources (DNR) main office building at 1313 Sherman will remain closed to the public until further notice.  The DNR and its divisions are open for business through phone, online transactions and email to serve the people of Colorado.  All State Parks including most visitor centers remain open and most transactions for fees, passes, licenses can be done on-line via the Buy and Apply link at https://www.cpwshop.com/home.page.   

Most regional DNR offices are open with limited staff, it is recommended that you call ahead before making a trip.  You can find division offices locations and contact information by selecting the Division Link  in the menu above.

#FFFFFF

 

Department of Natural Resources - Divisions

Click on any Image to Learn More

#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF
#FFFFFF

Latest News

#FFFFFF

Tuesday, July 19, 2022
Governor Polis, joined by the Colorado Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Executive Director Dan Gibbs, Department of Revenue Executive Director Mark Ferrandino, state legislators, and community leaders, announced the very first recipients of the Outdoor Equity grant, which increases access to outdoor opportunities for all Coloradans and provides resources to underserved students and communities to help increase environmental learning opportunities, education, and outdoor fun.
Monday, July 11, 2022
This morning in Evergreen, Governor Jared Polis was joined by local and state leaders, legislators, first responders, and local forest mitigation groups today to give an update on the significant progress state, federal, and local entities have made on forest health and wildfire mitigation initiatives since the disastrous fire year of 2020. Over the last 2 years, the Polis administration has committed around $145 million in state funds and leveraged millions in federal funds for forest health and wildfire mitigation work to protect Colorado’s communities, critical infrastructure, and watersheds from future wildfires. Lesley Dahlkemper, Jefferson County Commissioner and State Rep. Lisa Cutter joined today’s event.
#FFFFFF

Calendar of Events

Follow Us on Twitter