The Colorado Department of Local Affairs &
The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
Private Activity Bonds for Local Officials
July 29, 2010
2:00 pm — 5:00 pm
o Private Activity Bond (PAB) Allocation Process
o Uses of PABs in today’s market
o Multi-family Housing
o Single family Housing
o Industrial development
o and more!
o Issuing PABs
For your convenience, we have multiple options for participation. Please RSVP if you will:
o See the presentation live at the Colorado Dept. of Local Affairs in Denver
o See the webinar on a big screen at CHFA in Grand Junction
o Or attend the webinar from the comfort of your own desk!
Please RSVP To Ann E. Watts, Colorado Dept of Local Affairs
o (303) 866-4652
This class is designed for local officials who want to learn how to best utilize Private Activity Bond (PAB)financing to benefit their communities, especially given all the recent changes in our economy and the bond market.
This year, 48 cities & counties received direct allocations of Private Activity Bond authority worth over $210 million? Last year, out of the $206 million given to local governments,$63 million was returned to the Statewide Balance? Make sure that your community is taking full advantage of this valuable resource!
For local governments that do not receive a direct allocation, did you know that you can apply for PABs from the Statewide Balance through Colorado’s Department of Local Affairs? Come learn about the potential projects and programs that you could provide your community!