Move Your Business

La Plata Economic Development Alliance provides incentives, insight, commercial real estate and more to help make your move to Durango, Colorado, and La Plata County a success.

Grow Your Business

Business opportunities abound in Durango, Colorado, and La Plata County! La Plata Economic Alliance supports your expanding small business with analytics, networking, financing and more.

Learn About the Alliance

La Plata County Economic Development Alliance is one of the top EDA enterprises of its kind, and has helped Durango, Colorado, become a thriving community for successful small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Discover Durango, One of the Best Places for Small Business

With an enviable quality of life, a vibrant economy, a culture of collaborative business development, a business-friendly government, generous incentives and a reputation as a small-business incubator, Durango prides itself on economic growth and attracting small businesses. La Plata County Economic Development Alliance brings all these factors together to help businesses succeed.

Ample Business Opportunities and Economic Development

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.

If you’re thinking of starting, growing or relocating a business, La Plata County is the best place to do it.
Give us a call or fill out the contact form here so that we can start your journey.


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