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Citizen Advocate

Executive Order D 0010 93 established the Governor’s Advocate Corps in 1993. In 2007, Governor Ritter changed the name of the Corp and reestablished it in Executive Order D 023 07 in order to assist constituents with resolving state government issues. The Citizen Advocates strive to remedy concerns by facilitating constituent interaction with state agencies. For information on the Citizen Advocate Corps, click here.

The Citizen Advocate for Transportation acts as a liaison between the public and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) reviewing each concern and forwarding the issue to the appropriate division within CDOT for follow up and resolution. Contact can be made by email, telephone, fax, or regular mail. Before contacting the Advocate, please determine whether your concern, problem or complaint is within the jurisdiction of CDOT. If your complaint is regarding a local or federal government issue, it cannot be resolved through the CDOT Advocacy Office. CDOT does not have jurisdiction over the cities, counties, railroads, or E-470 and Northwest Parkway.

Each state department has a Citizen Advocate contact. Check your local blue pages for a listing of Governmental Agency telephone numbers or visit the State of Colorado website.

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Gina Talmadge
CDOT Citizen's Advocate

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