Our Team

Matt Robenalt, Executive Director
Tel: 970-419-4381
mrobenalt@fcgov.com 

Todd Dangerfield, Project Manager 
Tel: 970-419-8254
tdangerfield@fcgov.com

Derek Getto, Project Manager for Policy & Programs
Tel: 970-419-4383
dgetto@fcgov.com

Joanna Stone, Administrative Manager
Tel: 970-484-2020
jstone@fcgov.com

Kristy Klenk, Financial Coordinator
Tel: 970-419-4378
kklenk@fcgov.com

About the Downtown Development Authority

Created in 1981, the Downtown Development Authority uses tax increment financing to stimulate redevelopment in the central business district. The Authority focuses on projects that have benefit for the entire community. It uses its financial resources to directly leverage private investment.

Typically the DDA will partner with a developer, business owner, or property owner in a manner that “induces” a private investment in real estate improvements. The DDA’s participation in such public-private partnerships ranges from a few thousand dollars to investments in excess of $5 million.

The DDA District

The DDA district includes roughly 783 acres and is divided into some very distinct neighborhoods. The old city center at the intersection of College and Mountain includes most of the historic building stock and is characterized by two- and three-story structures. To the north and east and along the banks of the Poudre River the character becomes somewhat more industrial but also includes restaurants and office buildings. Banks, professional offices and government buildings are located west of the core area.

ANNUAL REPORTS

PLAN OF DEVELOPMENT

The Downtown Development Authority’s Plan of Development provides important direction for the future development of the downtown area.

The Plan was adopted by City Council on September 8, 1981.

RFPs & RFQs

There are currently no RFPs.