The WestyRISE initiative is helping the Westminster community recover from the COVID-19 crisis by providing resources and programs specifically targeted toward Westminster economic resilience, including business grants, reopening guides, and housing assistance programs.
Also visit our WestyRISE Results page to see how these programs have benefited the Westminster community.WestyRISE Initiative WestyRISE Results
Smack dab between Denver and Boulder, Westminster has prime proximity to both the exceptional intellectual capital available in Boulder, as well as the incredible millennial workforce in the Denver metro area. Plus we’re right in the heart of the U.S. 36 Tech Corridor connecting Denver to Boulder.
Just ask companies like Ball Corporation, Maxar, Zimmer Biomet and Trimble. They’re either putting down roots of stretching out.
New development is happening throughout the city. We’re taking a different approach to some of our new growth while still maintaining more than 30% of our land for open space, parks, and recreation — all while working to preserve and revitalize our historic areas.Learn More About What Westminster Has To Offer
June 24, 2021
Join us as we address the issue of homelessness in Westminster, and your rights as a property/business owner. We will also discuss best practices.
City’s SAGE program rewards companies for sustainability best practices
Story by John Wenzel for The Denver Post
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