200 S. Spruce Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
P.O. Box 20,000
Grand Junction, CO 81502-5001
Grants and Economic Partnerships
Economic Development is an important component for Mesa County. It provides its citizens with a strong thriving economy which will allow the community to continue to grow. Diverse jobs will bring living wages, heath benefits, and other essential services to the area. Positive economic development will provide for our youth and give them the opportunity to remain within Mesa County if they choose to do so.
Community Development Block Grants (CDBG):
- City of Grand Junction CDBG
- Colorado Department of Local Affairs / Community Development Block Grant Information
Economic Development Partners
Business Incubator Center
The Business Incubator Center is a non-profit organization that has 22 years of proven experience generating tangible results in expanding and diversifying Mesa County's economy. The Center continues to serve a mission to support the launch, growth, stabilization and long-term success of business enterprises. It's role is to provide education and coaching to business owners and leaders and thus establish an entrepreneurial infrastructure for the community.
Economic Development Council of Colorado
The Economic Development Council of Colorado is a statewide organization with members working together strategically to retain, expand and attract new business to improve the overall economics for the State of Colorado through education, networking and legislative policies.
Fruita Chamber of Commerce
The Fruita Chamber of Commerce seeks to unify and enhance the commercial and civic climate through services provided to its members, promoting positive growth and enhancing the community's image.
Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce
The Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce represents business concerns to local, regional, state and federal entities. While you keep your business running, the Chamber watches your back on issues like Workers’ Comp, Healthcare, and anti-business bills. The GJ Chamber's mission is to represent business and promote a vision of economic growth.
Grand Junction Economic Partnership
The Grand Junction Economic Partnership is a private non-profit incorporated organization and the official economic development agency of the Grand Junction area. This partnership represents the cities of Grand Junction and Fruita, the Town of Palisade and Mesa County. The Grand Junction Economic Partnership is your first point of contact if you are looking to expand or relocate your company to the Grand Junction area. They provide the resources, information and services you need to make the right decision for your company. A comprehensive list of services is available to you at no cost or obligation.
Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau
The Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau is a department of the City of Grand Junction. With a long-standing professional staff, the GJVCB and Visitor Center help to pro-actively market the Grand Junction area and serves as a liaison between area visitors, conventions, meetings, weddings and reunions and the businesses that will host them.
Mesa County Workforce Center
The Mesa County Workforce Center is committed to an ongoing partnership with Mesa County workers, employers and those seeking employment that creates and ensures a self-sufficient community. Their programs are designed to serve a broad spectrum of the community. The Workforce Center offers a vast array of services and information to give you an edge in today's competitive economy. Their experienced placement specialists recruit, pre-screen and refer qualified applicants locally and statewide. The Workforce Center offers a variety of services for workers wishing to enter the workforce, make career transitions, or up-grade their job skills. Current listings of local employment opportunities and information on jobs throughout the State of Colorado and the nation are also posted.
Palisade Chamber of Commerce
The Palisade Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of uniting the people of the area engaged in its commerce, industry, and the professions so they may work together for the betterment and development of Palisade and its trade area.