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LOTTO: Claim prizes $600+ online!

Save gas and time by using our new online claim process to claim prizes valued at $600 or more!

Now it's more convenient than ever to claim a Lottery prize valued at $600 or more. You just need to provide us with some basic information and include a picture of the front and back of your winning ticket to start the process. Once we verify you're a winner, the online process will begin! You can choose to receive your winnings directly to your bank account, or a check will be mailed to you. Happy days!  

Learn more about Claiming Prizes online

DMV: Donor Alliance Third Flag-Raising Ceremony

A familiar face seen at driver license offices across Colorado shared her heartfelt tribute of receiving the gift of life during a National Donate Life Month flag raising ceremony hosted by the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles and Donor Alliance at the Department of Revenue’s main office in Lakewood.

Flag raisings are the cornerstone of National Donate Life Month. During National Donate Life Month, DMVs and other community partners raise a flag in unity, remembrance and support while raising awareness to honor those touched by donation and transplantation.

The event has been used to highlight National Donate Life Month for the past three years.

Sixteen-year-old Delta resident Lella Young shared her story of being placed on the waitlist when she was only 6-months-old. Lella was born with a rare condition called biliary atresia that affected her liver.

When Lella was 6, she became the face of Donate Life Colorado being featured on posters and brochures at driver license offices across the state to connect people to the mission of saving and healing lives. Lella received the gift of life from a 17-year-old who had passed away in a car crash.

Read about National Donate Life Month

TAX: State reminds Coloradans of income tax filing deadline

As the income-tax-filing season nears its end, the Colorado Department of Revenue, Taxation Division reminds taxpayers that they need to file by April 15.

Taxpayers who miss the deadline will receive an automatic, six-month extension, to Oct. 15 to file a return. However, there is no extension to pay the tax due. This means taxpayers who need to remit funds to the state will need to pay 90% of their tax liability before April 15 to avoid penalties.  

Coloradans who need to file state income taxes can do so through Revenue Online, third-party tax-preparation services, or by mail. The Department recommends the use of digital tax options to cut down on processing time, the potential for errors, as well as issues in transit.

Read about tax filing deadline