Deltech a member of Adams County Economic Development thanks to an incentive program.
In 2016, Deltech became a member of ACED because we participated in a business survey they conducted and we were a lucky winner of a drawing for three memberships. The memberships were offered as an incentive since apparently the completion rate on the surveys is very, very low. In our experience of doing business in Adams County Colorado and being involved with ACED for the past 14 years, I can tell you that those surveys cover some important topics on everything from workforce availability to the responsiveness of government agencies to business issues to traffic control questions. Completing the surveys is a great way of letting local officials know what matters to the establishment, growth, and retention of thriving businesses in the area. And sometimes you get a prize for acting in your own best interest!
Adams County Economic Development is a private, non profit that focuses on attracting and retaining businesses to Adams County, Colorado. To that end, they host events which allow business leaders to network with one another and key government officials and to get information on important topics.
Overall, Adams County is a good place to do business. There is ready access to a number of major highways, the county is part of the thriving metro Denver area, Denver International Airport is located in Adams County, there is a wide range of housing available at various price points, and whether you need executives, electricians, or engineers, you can find them here.
I’ll close with a small anecdote involving our participation in a previous survey. This one included a very specific question about the preferred location for a traffic light to be installed at one of two corners on the major cross street (Washington) closest to Deltech. We chose, of course, our own 75th Avenue. The light got installed one block north. Not a big deal? It is when you are trying to make a southbound turn onto Washington at peak traffic times.