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Business Services

More of a Good Thing

As part of the Westminster business community, you know all about what makes our town one of the best places to live and work. Westminster has always provided outstanding public safety and extremely responsive city services care of a professionally run, award-winning municipal government.

But have you heard the latest? Recently Westminster has been recognized as:

One of the nation’s most digitally savvy cities, according to 2007 Digital Cities Survey

  • The international winner for environmentally sensitive practices in its population category by LivCom, a competition sponsored by the United Nations
  • The recipient of the 2007 Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, an indicator of financial integrity

Find out more about Westminster business by reading our current enewsletter.

The city's Economic Development team is committed to understanding and serving the needs of all businesses, from small operations to large, international corporations - we actively support your business and encourage feedback. Contact Economic Development at 303-658-2108, with questions, concerns, or for more information.

Bids The city encourages Westminster businesses to participate in the bid process.

Building Division issues permits for all new construction within Westminster.

Demographics data includes, but is not limited to, information on population, income, age, ethnicity, and gender.

E-mail newsletter! Westminster business professionals can receive e-mail updates from Economic Development on new resources and upcoming events available to Westminster businesses.

Contact: Economic Development at 303-658-2108

Energy efficiency improvement rebates.

Green Matters for Business provides you with information on how to be green when doing business, visiting or living in Westminster. 

Maps of Westminster business parks and retail centers show locations and include contact information.

Planning & Regulations Information on the city's planning and development process, including signage, permits, and other regulations.

Real Estate information on existing buildings for sale or lease, including site and building size, location, sales prices or lease rates, and contacts.

Regional Resources to federal, state and local services help with marketing, training, business plan development, research, and other business activities.

Scholarship Program reimburses up to 50 percent of tuition and materials for approved training courses. Available to licensed small businesses with 50 or fewer employees.