The Arvada Economic Development Association (AEDA) partners and collaborates with many organizations that support the Arvada business community with valuable resources. Below are listed organizations that can help you and your business needs. If you need additional assistance, contact AEDA staff directly at 720.898.7010 or [email protected].
Adams County Board of Commissioners manages the affairs of the county as authorized by the state.
Adams County Community & Economic Development serves Adams County through an integrated and equitable approach to planning and community investment. We partner with neighborhoods, businesses, agencies, and others to bring about positive change for Adams County. Our direct responsibilities include economic development, community development, one-stop development services, land use and development review, building inspection, and environmental programs including oversight of oil and gas development. 720.563.6800 adcogov.org/CED
Adams County Regional Economic Partnership works towards attracting and expanding high-caliber companies, jobs, and development fuels prosperity in the diverse local communities. With abundant available land, there’s never been more opportunity in the Adam's County region. 720.758.8380 adamscountyrep.com
Adams County Workforce & Business Center is to create opportunities for success by connecting businesses to a quality workforce.
Arvada Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization committed to growing and supporting the Arvada business community. Through educational programs, networking opportunities, business resources and strategic partnerships, the Chamber empowers businesses to succeed.
Arvada Urban Renewal Authority is responsible for revitalizing urban areas designated throughout the community by creating successful, high-quality projects that will help produce a vibrant cohesive city and enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Arvada.
B:Side Capital mission is to foster the economic growth of diverse small businesses within our communities.
City of Arvada serves as a primary resource for Arvada's arts and culture, economic development, government, jobs, parks and recreation services and much more.
City of Arvada Resilience and Preparedness Department supports residents and businesses with resources on how to cope and protect with a disaster by planning ahead and being prepared. To learn more, email Community Resilience Coordinator Melissa Ryder at [email protected]. View Business Recovery Resources here.
Colorado Bioscience Association shapes the policies and develops programs to help Colorado's bioscience and medical device companies grow and prosper.
Colorado Enterprise Fund provides small business loans to entrepreneurs who are unable to obtain financing from traditional sources.
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) works with statewide partners to create a positive business climate that encourages quality economic development. OEDIT is dedicated to advancing the state's economy through financial and technical assistance in support of local and regional economic development activities throughout Colorado.
Colorado Secretary of State provides resources and licensing for businesses and charity organizations, elections and voting information, notary public resources, and other administrative information.
Click here for phone numbers by department. sos.state.co.us
Denver Transit Authority is the Regional Transportation District (RTD).
Economic Developer's Council of Colorado (EDCC) is a state-wide, nonprofit organization dedicated to successful, responsible economic development. EDCC professionally represents the collective economic development interests of both the private and public sectors. Our mission is to strategically retain, expand and attract primary employers.
Olde Town Arvada Business Improvement District (BID) - is a non-profit organization with the mission of preserving and promoting the Olde Town Arvada historic business district through broad based community support and public private partnerships.
Internal Revenue Service is the nation's tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress.
Jefferson County Board of Commissioners sets policies and make decisions regarding land use, transportation, open space purchases, social service concerns, community development, law enforcement, libraries, public health and many other vital issues. The board provides leadership and vision in guiding Jefferson County government, and the commissioners are responsible for overseeing the organization and budgets of a wide variety of county programs designed to benefit citizens.
Jefferson County Economic Development Corporation is an economic development organization with public and private investors, serving the needs of Jefferson County, Colorado.
Jefferson County Public Library contributes to an educated and vibrant community by providing equal access to information and opportunities. We support the business & nonprofit community by offering resources and services that can lead to their economic success.
Jefferson County Public Schools the largest school district in Colorado has been providing educational excellence for 60 years. Approximately 10 percent of all the K-12 students in Colorado attend a Jeffco School.
Jefferson County Workforce Center is a strategic, deliberate and inclusive organization invested in performance excellence. We are committed to preparing individuals for successful career transitions, promoting self-reliance and ensuring a quality workforce for our business and future industry needs.
Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation is an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, is the nation’s first and only truly regional economic development entity in which many area economic development groups have joined together to represent, and further, the interests of an entire region. Our partners include 70 cities, counties, and economic development organizations in the seven-county Metro Denver and two-county Northern Colorado region.
Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) assists Colorado businesses do business with Federal, State and Local Governments. Our friendly and knowledgeable procurement counselors partner with you all your business needs.
Red Rocks Community College offers more than 150 programs and 650 courses leading to two-year degrees or professional certificates. They aim to create a passion for learning through our dedication to students, our commitment to excellence and our own love of learning.
RRCC Rocky Mountain Education Center is the continuing education department of Red Rocks Community College, offering OSHA, manufacturing, online, motorcycle safety, home inspection and computer software training.
SCORE Association America’s premier source of free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs and small businesses is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business.
Small Business Association offers information on small business loans, grants, bonds and other financial assistance. Find out which method of financing is right for you!
West Chamber Serving Jefferson County is in business to help build a stronger local economy, to promote the community, to provide exclusive benefits, to advocate for our businesses with government, and to provide leadership and collaboration.
West Metro Small Business Development Center is a resource that provides you with the necessary knowledge and guidance that your company needs to thrive in a competitive business environment.
WorkLife Partnership partners with private employers, government, and non-profits to help employers increase their retention and productivity, and help employees progress on the path to self-sufficiency.
World Trade Center Denver will provides, sustained value to its constituents and community by being the private sector focal point for international business in Denver and throughout Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region.