Community Access to Electric Bicycles Grant Program

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Thanks to the passage of SB22-193, CEO will continue the Can Do Colorado eBike Pilot Program by implementing a full-scale version of the program. Grants are available to non-profit organizations, local governments, tribal governments, and other community-based organizations to create eBike programs that give eBikes to low- and moderate-income Coloradans. 

CEO is soliciting applications for the Community Access to Electric Bicycles Grant Program. The Grant Program provides funding for the development and implementation of eBike deployment projects in communities across the state. Collectively, projects proposed under this RFA shall: 

  • Increase access to eBikes for income-qualified individuals while maximizing air quality benefits and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions 
  • Close a gap rather than compete with established programs
  • Represent the geographic diversity of Colorado communities
  • Ensure viability beyond the term of this project
     

Find the Request for Applications (RFA) documents below. 

 

Key Activities and Dates

RFA release

December 1, 2022
Webinar for potential applicants December 5, 2022
Deadline to submit questions December 7, 2022
RFA Answers posted on CEO's website December 9, 2022
Concept papers due December 16, 2022
Evaluation of concept papers December 19 - 30, 2022
Notification to submit a full proposal January 4, 2023
Technical assistance available January 4 - 20, 2023
RFA proposal submission deadline January 27, 2023
Evaluation of RFA proposals January 30 - February 10, 2023
Notification of winners February 14, 2023

 

Request for Application (RFA) Documents

 

Questions 

Questions will be accepted at any time up until 5 PM on December 7, 2022 and shall be submitted using this google form.  

Responses to questions and other updates will be posted to CEO’s website here.

 

Optional Webinar

Applicants may attend an optional webinar on December 5 at 3-4 pm MST. The webinar will be an opportunity to hear from program managers from the Can Do Colorado Pilot Program, who will be discussing their pilot project and lessons learned, and answering any questions. Applicants may register for this webinar here.