The Colorado Wireless Association is a nonprofit bringing a unified voice to the Colorado Telecommunications industry.

We strive to promote awareness of the telecommunications industry, educating consumers on the value of our industry, and provide guidance to municipalities on regulatory issues. The telecommunications industry plays a critical role in Colorado, and COWA seeks to cultivate and foster strong relationships among the members of the telecommunications industry through networking events, educational seminars and fundraising events.

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Exciting things coming in 2024!

Annual Pickleball Event

Golf spots available May 31st

Sponsorship available April 23rd


Sponsorships available July 20th

NATE WIN Regional Conference

COWA Annual Holiday Party

Upcoming COWA Events FOr 2024

Regulatory News & Updates

FCC passes the 5G Upgrade Order

You may have heard the great news that the FCC passed the 5G Upgrade Order yesterday by a 3-2 vote.  This order is a declaratory ruling that clarifies portions of


The Colorado Wireless Association cares about the communities where we live, work, and play. Every year we work with charitable organizations, volunteering hundreds of hours and donating to further help causes that matter to our members and our communities.

Fort Logan Northgate School.

For 2023, COWA will now be supporting Fort Logan Northgate School in the Sheridan School District.  There are just under 400 students from 3rd through 8th Grade.  This is a title one community with 82% students of color, 91% FRL Rate.   COWA will conduct a Holiday project to enable these children to shop for needed items and experience the magic of the holiday season.   

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Denver Rescue Mission

With the mission to transform the lives of Denver’s homeless population through education, spiritual development, and community relationships the Colorado Wireless Association donated $5,000 for 2023. Prior to the pandemic we were serving on average 800-1,000 meals a day and now we are serving over 2,000 meals a day to the poor, hungry and homeless. The Colorado Wireless Donation will provide 6,510 nutritious meals to the poor and hungry men, women and children we serve, who would otherwise go without. The Rescue Mission is providing vital and critical services while abiding by new safety guidelines such as providing face masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing, etc. Their goal is to keep the poor, hungry, and homeless men, women and children

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Warriors 4 Wireless

With a mission to assists military personnel in employment in the telecommunications industry the Colorado Wireless Association donated $7,500 for 2023. Warriors4Wireless (W4W) is a nonprofit that contacts, trains, coaches, and connects veterans to opportunities in our wireless industry. To learn more about the Warriors4Wireless, please visit their website at Contact: Kevin Kennedy at [email protected] or 202-603-6131

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Tower Family Foundation

Colorado Wireless Association was proud to support the Tower Family Foundation with a $7,500 donation for 2023. Donations help support their mission of taking care of wireless workers and their families that have been injured or deceased on the job. The Tower Foundation helps to provide financial assistance to family members of injured, permanently disabled, or deceased tower works that have been injured or killed on job related accidents. To learn more about the Tower Foundation, please visit their website at

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More about the Colorado Wireless Association

What We Strive For

The Colorado Wireless Association is a non-profit professional association dedicated to being the voice of the wireless industry in the Centennial State. Our members represent wireless carriers, tower companies, network developers, and vendors supporting the industry. Our Mission is to promote the creative talent and energy of our membership through education and relationship building within the wireless industry and with our Colorado communities.

Our Mission

COWA was founded to promote and advance the common interests of the wireless communications industry by:

  • Educating the industry, community and public officials regarding the wireless industry and the use and benefits of wireless technology,
  • Providing a unified voice on state and local legislative and regulatory issues,
  • Providing a single point of contact for local and state officials,
  • Cultivating and fostering relationships among the members of the wireless industry, and
  • Making a positive contribution to our community through educational endeavors and charitable giving.