2018 SCAPE Startup

Micro-Entrepreneur Assistance Progam Lunch

First Southwest Community Fund is kicking off a new Rural Micro-Entrepreneur Assistance Program (RMAP). This program is supported by First Southwest bank and will offer funding for technical assistance needs of your clients/mentees, associated with a request for a loan of $50,000 or less. The technical assistance can be used for business plan,  projected financial

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Request for Proposal Archuleta County Broadband Services Plan Coordinator

  Request for Proposal Project coordinatION for analysis of broadband services and Future expansion plans & financial model for plan development For the Town of Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County, Colorado Introduction The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (hereinafter, the “CDC”) requests proposals from qualified parties (individuals or organization) for the project  of Archuleta County

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U.S. Treasury certifies Colorado Opportunity Zones

DENVER – Wednesday, April 11, 2018 – The 126 Colorado Opportunity Zones nominated last month have been certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury and are now eligible for a new federal tax incentive. The designation is meant to promote economic vitality across the state, specifically in qualified low income areas. Established by last December’s massive tax bill, Opportunity

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Elizabeth Gardner to provide a public presentation on Monday May 7th at 5:30pm

The Growing Water Smart (GWS) work group has arranged for Elizabeth Gardner,  the Colorado State Demographer, to provide a public presentation on Monday, May 7th, right here in Pagosa Springs, at 5:30p-7p held in the Ross Aragon community center. The GWS work group invites all interested community members to attend the 5:30 – 7p public presentation. Elizabeth Gardner is an excellent

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Another Region 9 Success Story: Wild-n-Crazy Critters

Another Region 9 Success Story: Wild-n-Crazy Critters Surviving six months with no business income might sound like a reason to quit but that’s not the case for Trevor Gregory, owner of Wild-n-Crazy Critters. The same day he put his sign out and opened his doors he found out that he and other businesses had to

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Catering RFP for CDC Annual Meeting

Good Afternoon. The PSCDC is hosting their 2018 annual meeting. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at the Springs Resort Ecoluxe Conference Room from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. We are planning to serve light hors d’oeuvres. We anticipate hosting 40 people. The bid should include the following items: ➢ Hors

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Request for Proposal to Coordinate a Comprehensive, Community Wide Workforce Housing Program

Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs are soliciting proposals from qualified firms, groups or individuals to coordinate the creation of a comprehensive, community-wide housing program, coordinate with development partners, serve as the central point of contact for housing policy and implementation for the community with the intent of acquiring, managing, developing and funding

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Town Residents Interested in an At-Large Seat on the Town Council

The Town of Pagosa Springs is now accepting letters of interest for an at-large seat on the Town Council. Interested town residents must submit a letter of interest to Town Clerk, April Hessman no later than April 24th, 2018 at 4pm. Letters may be sent via email to [email protected] or hand delivered to Town Hall at 551 Hot

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New SBDC Consultant in Archuleta County

Pagosa Springs SUN March 8, 2018 Chamber of Commerce Mary Jo Coulehan   New SBDC Consultant in Archuleta County             The Small Business Development Center at Ft. Lewis College is an integral part of the business community in Southwest Colorado including Archuleta County.  For years, the Pagosa Springs Chamber has had a strong relationship with

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