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Are you thinking about opening a shop in Lakewood or relocating here? If so, take a look at the Welcome to Lakewood video, the aerial tour, and the programs on economic development.

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Are you expanding or starting a business in Lakewood, Colorado? Our Economic Development team is here to help you through every step of the process. Find out how our team can contribute to your success in Lakewood.

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When making decisions on where to locate your business, consider Lakewood in your selection. Our business environment will support you, with our strong workforce, progressive zoning, and healthy quality of life.

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If you plan on doing business in the City of Lakewood, you need to be fully licensed. The good news is, getting licensed in Lakewood is easy to do. Check out the steps you need to take to navigate through the licensing process.

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Making sure your business is in the right location and in the right building within the city will help you start off on the right foot. Find out the steps you need to take to ensure you are navigating the tenant finish process efficiently.

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Choosing an appropriate site for your business or development does not have to be a challenge. Lakewood’s Economic Development specialists can help you find appropriate real estate based on your needs.

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Take a new look at Lakewood from the air and at street level to see the beauty and breadth of this award-winning community.

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A look at the past, present and future of Colfax Ave.

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Welcome to Lakewood, Colorado, located between Denver and the Rocky Mountain foothills! Our diverse community is home to more than 155,000 people and full of possibilities for everyone, with four leading universities close by, international corporations and small entrepreneurial businesses, and more than 7,000 acres of parks and open space gracing more than a fourth of the city.