City Wins State Economic Development Award

From left to right are city Economic Development Coordinator Jill Mendoza, Economic Development Manager Debbie Tuttle, City Manager John Pick, Mayor Joyce Downing and Councilmember Kim Snetzinger.
Named 2013 Large Community of the Year.

GRAND JUNCTION – Today, city of Northglenn councilmembers and staff accepted the Economic Development Council of Colorado's (EDCC) award for 2013 Large Community of the Year.

The ceremony was held at the EDCC's spring conference at the Two Rivers Convention Center.

This award is presented to a community over 20,000 in population that demonstrates support for economic development through an organized program and strong leadership. Northglenn was chosen based on its creative, innovative, and strategic business retention, expansion and attraction efforts.

Some of the projects that were completed or broke ground in 2013 included:
• Webster Lake Promenade
• Walmart Neighborhood Market
• Carrick Bend Apartment Complex
• New TH Automotive Building
• Nationwide Fabrication Expansion

Northglenn has articulated its vision through planning and investment in long term development of the community, infrastructure improvements and targeted strategies to secure jobs. Northglenn’s mayor, City Council and NURA board seek to create a pro-business landscape where businesses are supported by the city's planning and economic development staff.

City of Northglenn
11701 Community Center Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233