Below are some available resources —including small business assistance, commercial, retail and real estate companies and contacts for all the major government agencies.
VAIL VALLEY PARTNERSHIP
The Vail Valley Partnership is the resource and advocate for business and tourism in the Vail Valley. With over 700 partner businesses, the Vail Valley Partnership represents all segments of the Vail Valley business community. Please visit the Vail Valley Partnership website for more information.
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SBA)
SBA is an independent agency of the federal government that aids, counsels, assists and protects the interests of small business concerns. The SBA provides technical assistance that covers training and counseling, financial assistance, contracting assistance and disaster recovery assistance for small business owners. Please visit U.S. Small Business Administration - Colorado District Office website for more information.
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC)
SBDC programs provide up-to-date management advice, training and information to help business owners and to assist potential owners in getting started on the right foot. SBDC offers workshops that cover topics from starting basics, to marketing, accounting/record keeping, financing, and taxes. Please visit the Colorado Small Business Development Center Network for more information about SBDC's free business consulting services.
Download a Town of Minturn Business License Application here or call (970) 827-5645.
REALTORS & LEASING AGENTS
Finding the right commercial space for your business is key to its success. With the list of realtors and leasing agents to help you find that great Downtown location, getting your business moving has never been easier. For a full list of agents, view our Business Directory page.
PLANNING & ZONING
Contact the Minturn Town Planner by calling (970) 827-5645 for any planning and zoning questions.
NO COST BUSINESS LISTING ON GoI70
Keep visitors off I‐70 and in your business! The goal of the GoI70 Peak Time Deals is to encourage travelers to avoid I-70 during the Saturday and Sunday peak travel times. This is a free listing for businesses that meet the criteria. Register your business here.