Grand Junction Area Resources
The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to represent business and promote a vision of economic growth.
Fruita, Colorado, is one of the most active, progressive and diverse communities in Western Colorado – yet we strive to maintain our close ties to a rich historical past and the strong bonds of our neighborhoods.
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Official website of the Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau
The Palisade Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of uniting the people of the area engaged in its commerce, industry, and the professions so they may work together for the betterment and development of Palisade and its trade area.
The Grand Junction Economic Partnership is a private non-profit incorporated organization and the official economic development agency of the Grand Junction area. This partnership represents the cities of Grand Junction and Fruita, the Town of Palisade and Mesa County.
Mesa County Valley School District 51 dates back to 1951 when the majority of numerous independent districts in Mesa County joined forces to create one entity. It encompasses the area known as the Grand Valley, which includes the smaller communities surrounding Grand Junction: Palisade and Clifton to the east, Fruita, Loma and Mack to the west, and Whitewater and Gateway to the south.
Founded in 1925, Mesa State College is a comprehensive, liberal arts college offering programs at the master, baccalaureate, associate degree, and certificate levels.
The Daily Sentinel has been western Colorado’s chronicle of record since 1893. Published in Grand Junction, Co., the newspaper is western Colorado’s largest and is distributed throughout a vast geographical area ranging from the Wyoming border on the north, to Red Mountain Pass and the San Juan Mountain range to the south, Moab and Grand County, Utah, to the west and Glenwood Springs and Aspen’s Roaring Fork River valley to the east.
Nestled on the edge of the Grand Mesa, 35 minutes from Grand Junction, Colorado, Powderhorn has exceptional valley views and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Recognizing the unique assets and outstanding businesses in the area, the Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce seeks to unify and enhance the commercial and civic climate through providing services to its members, promoting positive growth and enhancing the community image.