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LOTTO: 2023 Starburst Award Winners Announced

We are pleased to recognize the 2023 Starburst Award Winners – eight unique and exceptional projects that used Lottery dollars to enrich communities across our great state. More than $4,042,283 in Lottery funds were represented in this year's winning projects, which include work on parks, campgrounds, open spaces, outdoor education, accessibility, and equity.

Over the past 40 years, the Colorado Lottery has raised over $4 BILLION to support all the ways Coloradans play including parks and recreation, land conservation, wildlife and nature preservation, public school improvements, and so much more. Lottery proceeds are distributed statewide through grants via Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), the Conservation Trust Fund (CTF), Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), which manages the Outdoor Equity Fund, and Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST).

Read About 2023 Starburst Winners

DMV: The DMV received five awards at AAMVA’s 2023 Region 4 Conference

The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles continues to lead DMVs throughout the world in customer service, communications and its website according to the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), which has members in all U.S. states, Guam, and every province and territory in Canada.

The DMV received five awards on Wednesday at AAMVA’s 2023 Region 4 Conference in Phoenix, Arizona and will receive four more honors at the association’s 2023 Annual International Conference in September at Madison, Wisconsin.

In total, the DMV will receive nine awards for its efforts to better serve all Coloradans.

Read About the 2023 AAMVA Awards

TAX: Taxation Division to Remove the PayConnexion Payment Option in June

Effective after 4 p.m. June 29, tax payments can no longer be remitted through PayConnexion, by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT). The Payconnexion system is sunsetting, and will no longer be an available option. All other online payment options are available at Revenue Online.

The program is being sunset by its owner. The move will be complete after 4 p.m. June 29.

Coloradans can still use the Division’s other online payment options, which include Revenue Online Direct Debit, credit card, debit card, e-check, cryptocurrency and ACH Credit. For a complete list of payment options, visit Revenue Online.

Coloradans who have future payments scheduled through Payconnexion will need to reschedule their tax payments via Revenue Online. Taxpayers need to create a Revenue Online account at least 48 hours before the first payment is made, if they do not already have an account. 

Taxpayers can contact the EFT Helpline by phone at (303) 205-8333, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Learn More about Electronic Transfer Funds