Welcome to La Plata County, CO, the top destination for economic development in the 4 Corners Region. Whether you want to grow your business here, move your business, or relocate your family, the Alliance can help.
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La Plata County, Colorado, is a thriving community for successful small businesses and entrepreneurs with an exceptional quality of life.
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Meet our Region
Touted by Outside Magazine as one of the best places to live, calling it “the next big thing,” Durango, Colorado, and surrounding La Plata County blend Colorado’s beauty with a thriving business culture. Our ongoing business development focuses on quality of life – helping businesses achieve their goals while supporting the balance between working hard and playing in the breathtaking outdoors.
LA PLATA CARES FUND APPLICATION OPEN NOWVISIT www.localfirst.aidtoall.org FOR INFO AND TO APPLY La Plata Cares is providing grants of up to $10,000 to reimburse non-profit and for-profit businesses for necessary expenditures incurred between March 1, 2020 and December 30, 2020 due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. La Plata County engaged Local First to administer these funds, in […]
Please find a pdf presentation provided by SEH Engineering delivered to the property owners meeting on June 10, 2020 on the La Posta Road Sewer Alignment Study.
Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative funds Southwest Colorado $50M for forest health collaborative.
Southwest Colorado has been chosen for $50 million in additional funding for expanded forest health and wildfire mitigation efforts on public and private land. The newly formed Rocky Mountain Restorative Initiative selected the forest project proposal, which encompasses nearly 750,000 acres along Colorado Highway 160, including portions of the San Juan National Forest and towns […]