(1) The commission is vested with all the powers, responsibilities, obligations, functions, and duties that previously were under the jurisdiction of the former wildlife commission or the former board of parks and outdoor recreation as of June 30, 2011.
(2) In addition to any other specific grant of rule-making authority, the commission may adopt or revise any rules, in accordance with article 4 of title 24, C.R.S., that the commission deems necessary or convenient to effect the purposes of, and fulfill its duties under, this title.
(3) The commission shall designate a commission member with wildlife knowledge appointed pursuant to section 33-9-101(3)(a)(I) to serve as a representative to the state board of the great outdoors Colorado trust fund established under article XXVII of the state constitution. The commission shall designate a commission member with parks and outdoor recreation knowledge appointed pursuant to section 33-9-101(3)(a)(III) to serve as a representative to the state board of the great outdoors Colorado trust fund established under article XXVII of the state constitution.
(4)(a) In promulgating a rule to increase or decrease a park fee or charge under articles 10 to 32 of this title 33, the commission shall consider the effect that the change in the fee or charge would have on park usage, the demand for the service for which the fee or charge is used, and opportunities to implement differential pricing.
(b) Deleted by Laws 2018, Ch. 207, § 11, eff. August 8, 2018.
(c) The maximum increase in fees that the commission may approve by rule for park passes in any one year is as follows:
(I) For a daily park pass, one dollar; and
(II) For an annual park pass, including an aspen leaf annual pass and a columbine annual pass, ten dollars.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 33. Parks and Wildlife § 33-9-102. Powers and duties of commission--rules - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-33-parks-and-wildlife/co-rev-st-sect-33-9-102.html
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