Our innovative incentives, skilled workforce along with customized training programs, rail and highway transport hub, outstanding water capacity and 300 days of sunshine combine to create the perfect business environment.
Pueblo is the only community in Colorado that offers cash incentives for your expansion or relocation.
Unlike other states and communities in the west, Pueblo has an abundance of water.
Pueblo offers raw land, existing shells, office, warehouse & distribution facilities for manufacturing and operations, (some with rail service), in industrial and business districts.
Our extraordinary workforce is why companies like Target, Vestas, pewag and Rocla Concrete Tie chose Pueblo. With an outstanding reputation for providing highly qualified, talented and skilled workers, you will easily fill your roster.
Pueblo Corporate College at Pueblo Community College
From ground to rail to air, the logistics of transportation are covered in Pueblo.
Ground: Interstate 25 travels north to south directly through the heart of Pueblo and is a direct connection to Colorado Springs and Denver. Traveling east to west is State Highway 50, which is a main route east to Kansas and west to Utah.
Rail: With two major railroad lines, Burlington Northern and Union Pacific, traveling through Pueblo the network of rail transportation is a valuable asset.
Air: Air transportation is easily accessible with three major airports within a two-hour radius. Pueblo Memorial Airport is located on the Eastern edge of the city within 15 minutes of anywhere in the city. Colorado Springs Airport is a quick, 40-minute drive away. Denver International Airport is located two hours from Pueblo, and offers daily domestic and international flights.
Affordability: Pueblo, Colorado is nationally recognized for its low cost of doing business, business friendly climate and low taxes.
Cost of Living: Year after year, Pueblo ranks in the top 10 for affordable living.
Pueblo, Colorado is ahead of the renewable energy game and is well positioned to be the clean energy leader in Colorado thanks to an ideal mix of sun, wind, and available land. The utilities that serve the city are transforming its energy infrastructure with significant solar and wind projects and aggressive carbon emission reduction goals.
Year after year, Pueblo ranks the best for affordable living in Colorado. This data is according to the Second Quarter 2021 report by The Council for Community and Economic Research.
Workforce development programs in the United States
Source – Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)
Proportion of industry to overall manufacturing employment by metro area in the United States.
Source –Machinery & Equipment Concentration by Metropolitan Area (MSA)
|Median Household Income||$46,800|
|Median Home Price||$311,000|
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