Pueblo is located in southeastern Colorado and is the most populous city of Pueblo County with roughly 150,000 people. One of the largest steel-producing cities in the U.S., Pueblo is sometimes referred to as the “Steel City”. The climate is enjoyable year round with outdoor activities available for every season. Located between rivers and mountains, Pueblo also offers visitors and residents scenic beauty in which to indulge.

Pueblo Ranks Top Digital City in 2010

Even though the economy still hasn't fully bounced back, that's not stopping Pueblo from climbing the ranks! Our city was named number one digital city with a population ranging from 75,000 to 124,999. Businesses who choose to relocate here know we will work hard for them and have the data to back it up! View the full article here.

Pueblo has Top 5 Lowest Cost of Living

Kiplinger recently compiled a list of top five cities with the lowest cost of living and it's no surprise Pueblo topped the charts – at number two! The rankings were based on the ACCRA Cost of Living Index and measures relative price levels for housing, utilities, transportation, groceries, etc. Click here to see the full article.

Colorado Ranks #3 Top State for Business in 2010

Looking for a reason to bring your business to Pueblo? According to CNBC, Colorado ranked number three among the 50 states as a top place for business in 2010. The rankings were based on several categories including cost of doing business, quality of life, cost of living and economy. You can view the full articlehere.

Now We'll Tell You Why…

Aside from the reasons listed above that keep Pueblo at the top of the list in every category, there are many more incentives to bring your business here.

For your transportation needs, Pueblo is nestled at the center of routes for planes, trains and automobiles. Major highways run throughout the city and link us with all corners of the state; the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific-Southern Pacific Railroads provide freight service; and Great Lakes Airlines transports residents and visitors to and from Denver.

If it's location you're after, look no further! Centrally located, you can reach most major U.S. cities in two days or two hours depending on your mode of transportation. Colorado's state capital, Denver, is located just 90 minutes north of Pueblo, providing a large metropolitan community as well as great recreation activities.

The quality of life in Pueblo is almost untouchable by other cities. The climate is mild; neighborhoods are unique and charming; cost of living is among the lowest in the country; health-care options are widespread; and the possibilities for recreational activities are endless.

Incentives for relocating or starting your business in Pueblo are bountiful. While we could take up a whole page to discuss them, check out the Pueblo Economic Development Corporation website for a full list with details. We know you'll want to move your business here after you do!

Urban Renewal Authority
John Batey
126 N. Mechanic
Pueblo, CO 81003
(719) 542-2577

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