Columbine Pass - $14.00
For Disabled Colorado Residents
The Columbine Pass offers a discounted pass for disabled Colorado residents that is transferable between vehicles. The Columbine pass is available by application only with proof of eligibility.
The Columbine Pass will allow permanently and totally disabled individuals to:
Who is eligible for a Columbine Pass?
To qualify for a Columbine Pass, the applicant must be a Colorado resident and provide acceptable documentation of a total and permanent disability from one of the following:
To avoid time delays in processing your application, the above documentation should be current and issued within the past 12 months.
How can I get a Columbine Pass?
The Columbine Pass application may be downloaded as a word document: 12 month Columbine application. Applications are also available at the region offices of Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Division headquarters in Denver – not at the individual parks or through any pass concessionaires. Columbine Pass applications can be obtained and will be accepted by mail or in person at these locations:
Upon completion of the Columbine Pass application -- including documentation of "total and permanent disability" from either the Social Security Administration, the Veterans Administration, the Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation or a physician and payment of the $14.00 fee, the Columbine Pass will be mailed to an approved applicant within 30 days.
Candidates whose application has been denied will receive written notification within 20 working days of application receipt by the Division. Any fees paid will be refunded.
Check out Frequently Asked Questions for more information.