COLORADO GENERAL ASSEMBLY - STATUTORY REPORTS


State of 911 Annual Report
Statutory Cite:Next Due Date:Frequency:Report Status:Repeal Date:
40-2-131 (1)Sep 15, 2021AnnualOngoing
HB 18-1184
None
40-2-131. State of 911 report. (1) Notwithstanding section 24-1-136 (11)(a)(I), on or before September 15, 2018, and on or before September 15 of each year thereafter, the commission shall publish a "state of 911" report and submit the report to the members of the general assembly. The report must provide an overall understanding of the state of 911 service in Colorado and must address, at a minimum, the following:
(a) The commission's actions related to 911 service in the state during the previous year as well as planned implementation actions related to 911 service for the upcoming year;
(b) The current statewide structure, technology, and general operations of 911 service in Colorado;
(c) 911 network reliability and resiliency;
(d) Identified gaps, vulnerabilities, and needs related to 911 service in the state;
(e) The impact on and involvement of the state in federal activities and national trends affecting 911 service in Colorado;
(f) The state's planning for, transition to, and implementation of next generation 911, including a projected timeline for full statewide implementation; and
(g) A discussion of 911 funding and fiscal outlook, including current funding sources and whether they are adequate for 911 service in the state, and potential funding mechanisms for the transition to and implementation of next generation 911.

40-2-131 (1)       40-2-131 (3) - must present the report to the House and Senate Business Committees on or before February 1, 2019 and on or after February 1 each year thereafter
Pursuant to Section 24-1-136 (9), C.R.S., Colorado state departments and agencies submit all statutorily required reports to Colorado Legislative Council staff. The Colorado Legislative Council staff delivers these reports to the appropriate legislative recipients and makes them available on this site. The Colorado Legislative Council is the non partisan research staff for the Colorado General Assembly.  If you have any questions, please contact the Colorado Legislative Council: lcs.ga@state.co.us; 303-866-3521.