Government

4/6/20

It’s Time for the Ultimate Survey

Yes, the decennial census forms are coming to you.

By Kevin RainesRead More

1/31/19

How the (now ended) Government Shutdown is Affecting Colorado Communities

In this blog, Molly Hagan discusses how effects of the longest government shutdown in US history will continue to impact Colorado communities and offers potential solutions for how communities can embrace a resilient attitude to combat these effects in the near and long term.

By Molly HaganRead More

8/15/18

There’s No Place Like Home

If you have walked through downtown Denver recently, you know that it is hard to miss the growing homeless population. Civic Center Park has become a meeting place for many in the homeless population—a place where they can gather to share stories, food, and cell phones.  Each year, Denver conducts a “Point in Time” (PIT) […]

By Molly HaganRead More

1/27/17

State of Our Cities and Towns – 2017

For many years, Corona has partnered with the Colorado Municipal League to conduct the research that is the foundation of their annual State of Our Cities and Towns report. CML produced the following short video, specifically for municipal officials, about the importance of investing in quality of life: Learn more, view the full report, and […]

By David KennedyRead More

11/30/16

Writing an RFP

So you’ve finally reached a point where you feel like you need more information to move forward as an organization, and, even more importantly, you’ve been able to secure some amount of funding to do so. Suddenly you find yourself elbow deep in old request-for-proposals (RFPs), both from your organization and others, trying to craft […]

By Kate DarwentRead More

4/8/15

Colorado’s New Statewide Child Abuse Hotline

We were pleased yesterday to attend the unveiling of Colorado’s new rollout of a statewide hotline to report suspected child abuse or neglect.  Governor Hickenlooper and other dignitaries spoke on the Capitol steps, and we think it’s a great step forward for Colorado. Our partners at Heinrich Marketing came up with several great concepts, and […]

By Kevin RainesRead More

3/21/14

How to creatively solve problems

I read this article in the Atlantic a few months ago which described how a surprising number of inventions and innovations in various fields are coming from people who are not experts in the field of interest. It reminded me of how some scientists have created computer games based on real world problems, and people […]

By Kate DarwentRead More

3/5/14

Imagine 2020 launch

Yesterday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock revealed Denver’s first cultural plan in 25 years. This strategic plan, written by Corona Insights in partnership with Denver Arts & Venues, will fuel the next era for our city’s art, culture and creativity. What a treat it was to attend the press conference, see the final printed plan and […]

By Karla RainesRead More

1/24/14

Strategic planning and market research fuel IMAGINE 2020

With tremendous pride and a full heart, Karla Raines presented the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs (DCCA) with IMAGINE 2020: Denver’s Cultural Plan at their January 2014 meeting.  The commission had been strong proponents of a refreshed cultural plan for Denver.  These volunteers served as Corona’s creative muse throughout the 15-month process.  They held firm […]

By Karla RainesRead More

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1/23/14

State of Our Cities & Towns 2014: Transportation

We were honored to work with the Colorado Municipal League (CML) for the fifth year on their annual report (PDF), State of Our Cities and Towns.  Starting this year, the organization has decided to do a deep investigation into a different issue each year. They started with transportation  issues this year and you can expect  future reports […]

By Kassidy BensonRead More

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