In a market characterized by tourism-driven towns, Silverthorne stands out for business opportunities. Only an hour’s drive from Denver and with ease of access to Interstate 70, Silverthorne is ripe with possibility.
As the year-round heart of Summit County, Silverthorne has a thriving economy that provides an important foundation for us to innovate as a modern center of commerce. Our myriad business incentives attract entrepreneurs and other business owners, large and small, to open shop in Silverthorne and succeed.
We offer specific business incentives, including the following:
- Tax Incentives
- Streamlined Development Review Process
- Small business and site enhancement grants
- No property tax
- Public-private partnerships
- Urban Renewal Authority
There are many more reasons to locate your business in Silverthorne. There’s the community along with our flourishing Arts & Culture scene. There’s the existing commercial and retail infrastructure, warehouse space, and distribution channels. And there’s our unwavering commitment to nurture a robust and diverse economic landscape in Silverthorne.
There’s also our proven track record. Silverthorne is already an established major retail destination with Murdoch’s, Target and the extensive Outlet Stores at Silverthorne. We’ve got excellent restaurants and craft breweries. The Lake Dillon Theater Company has relocated to Silverthorne and, in partnership with the town, is building a new performing arts center to open in 2017. Businesses of all stripes succeed in Silverthorne. And a strong business community makes for a strong community, overall.
To learn more about Silverthorne’s business incentives, please click on the links on this page or call Assistant Town Manager, Mark Leidal at 970-262-7362.