Economic Development

Contact Information: 

Debbie Tuttle
Debbie Tuttle
Economic Development Manager

Economic Development

The Economic Development Division works to provide a healthy, sustainable, and diverse retail tax base for the city. This department strives to attract new business, fill existing vacancies throughout the city and revitalize aging developments to improve the overall image of the city.

Strategic Location for Businesses

Northglenn is a vibrant, pro-business community with over 900 businesses and 35,789 residents. Businesses are moving and expanding in Northglenn due to its strategic central location to the metro area. The city is conveniently located along Interstate 25 — with two dynamic business corridors at 104th and 120th avenues.

Diversified Prime Real Estate Opportunities

Northglenn has diversified prime retail, office, industrial, land, mixed-use and in-fill redevelopment opportunities to meet a broad range of business needs. The city has also become a Mecca for small businesses and entrepreneurs starting companies due to the availability of smaller spaces and low rental rates.

The Place to Live, Work, Shop & Play

Northglenn has the perfect blend of a friendly, small town atmosphere with big city amenities. The community offers a high quality of life with its diversified housing market, shopping opportunities, low crime rates and a wide-range of open space, parks, recreational opportunities and cultural activities.

I love doing business in the City of Northglenn. Most of our success is due to their support and helping spread the word about what it is we do… I don’t think we would have had nearly the success if we were in a different city, where we just would have been another number.

Brian Lacertosa
Denver Escape Room

2014 Northglenn Business Survey

In order to facilitate and inform the economic development staff of the business climate of Northglenn, a business survey was distributed in February to all the companies located in town. This was the first business survey conducted by the city. The survey had 124 responses from owners and managers. Of the 124 responses 109 were from storefront businesses, and 15 were home-based businesses. Of the respondents 52% were from service related companies, 28% were retail businesses, and 13% were from the manufacturing industry sectors. • Survey Result SummarySurvey Questions

Starting a New Business

Below is information and forms that you may need to start your business in Northglenn. It is recommended that ALL new business first call Debbie Tuttle in the Economic Development Division at 303-450-8743 or to help guide and streamline the process. For a comprehensive check list and forms need to start your business in Northglenn please refer to the New Business Checklist.

Starting a Business Forms

City of Northglenn
11701 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233