Grand Junction Economic Partnership
“Bigger than a trail”: Grand Valley’s Palisade Plunge set to open after 10 years of planning, partnerships
The work of three federal land agencies, three municipalities, landowners and mountain bikers yields not just Colorado’s most anticipated trail, but a model for how communities can bring big ideas to fruition.
The Western Slope economy was already improving. Then Opportunity Zones added a power boost.
Montrose and Grand Junction are at the forefront of new investment through the tax program created to bolster growth in rural and low-income areas.
Lockheed Martin sniffs around for space in Grand Junction
With recent BLM win, Western Slope city hopes to land a piece of aerospace
The Palisade Plunge (and its 6,000-foot descent) will be one of Colorado’s crown jewels
A diverse group of partners has worked for more than a decade to create a 34-mile trail that is destined to be one of the top mountain bike destinations in the country
BLM will move 27 jobs from Washington to Grand Junction, 54 more to Lakewood as part of HQ relocation
While the job number for Grand Junction might not be eye-popping, the people who are slated to move there are top-level brass
Bureau of Land Management more likely to relocate to Denver than Grand Junction, Polis says
Grand Junction has been pushing hard to secure the public land agency’s new home, which local leaders think could bring more than $30 million in annual economic impact
Investment in opportunity zones (tax incentives and all) is still scarce in Colorado
Confusion may be delaying investment — including tracking projects in the first place — but development in Lakewood to DIA to Aurora shows what's working
Aspen stakes claim as the premier human-powered playground as skiers ditch lifts and traffic to walk uphill
“Alpine skiers are getting bored," said Erik Lambert, a businessman searching for a mountain to anchor an all-uphill resort. "They are sick of crowds. They are sick of traffic. I think people are ready for a cultural shift.”
Voters snap purses shut for statewide tax measures, but are good with taxing tourists and sinners
Some high-country communities OK taxes for schools, open space, but lodging taxes fell in Buena Vista, Cañon City
Grand Junction used to be a place young people fled. Now, millennial entrepreneurs are flocking there for opportunity.
The Western Slope city is shedding its image as a Shangri-La for shuffling seniors. Could it be that Grand Junction is now cool?
The $44.2 million pitch: What Grand Junction is doing to land BLM’s headquarters — and what the chances are it will work
Grand Junction is not alone in seeking out the headquarters and faces some tough competition, perhaps even from within Colorado