Denver South Economic Development Partnership – Lynn Myers, Senior Vice President

Denver South is located along the I-25 Corridor, stretching from I-225 on the north to Ridge Gate Partway on the south.

  • 6 out of Colorado’s 10 Fortune 500 companies call Denver South home
  • Currant average annual wage - $60,000
  • Largest employer - Comcast
  • Company who’s added the most employees over the past year, Charter Communications

Northwest Douglas County Economic Development Corporation – Amy Sherman, President

The Northwest EDC covers Roxborough, Sterling Ranch, Santa Fe Corridor, and Highlands Rach.

  • A county of immense growth and change
  • Centennial Airport generates 1.39 billion in economic growth in the county
  • Arts, culture, and recreation are vital to boost economic growth in tourism
  • Transportation and transit are key factor and focus to help attract new business

Town of Parker – Economic and Community Development – Matt Carlson, Business Recruitment Manager

  • Rapidly growing community with plenty of room to grow
  • Talent - Highly educated and skilled population offers leverage for business growth - 47% of residence hold a bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Community size is 21.5 square miles and was founded in 1984
  • Wealthy community with an average household income of $104,000

Castle Rock Economic Development Council – Frank Gray, President/CEO

  • Is a nonprofit non-government organization serving its community (public/private partnership)
  • Part of Douglas County which is the 9th wealthiest county in the US and has a population of over 60,000
  • Castle rock residents are among the most educated in the US and they are currently expanding their educational opportunities 
  • Due to their higher education status, it elevates the level of quality work force in its community