With multiple locations across the region, Poudre Valley Hospital System (PVHS) provides a network of health care services for northern Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska. PVHS received the Malcom Baldridge National Quality Award in 2009.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce is the leading nonprofit, membership-driven business organization dedicated to creating a climate in which business can succeed by working to constantly improve the economic well-being and quality of life in Fort Collins.
The City is a committed partner and resource for businesses and our local economy. Regularly updated local business stories, links to many organizations and information on the City's targeted industries are located on this site.
The Downtown Business Association, a non-profit corporation, promotes the businesses of downtown Fort Collins. Downtown events, involving partner organizations and businesses, attract more than a half million people per year.
Created in 1981, the Downtown Development Authority uses tax increment financing to stimulate redevelopment in the central business district. DDA projects contribute to the vitality of Downtown Fort Collins.
RMI helps high-potential innovation-based startups turn their great ideas into great businesses. They provide facilities, access to a network of seasoned mentors and advisors, hands on support services, business connections, networking opportunities and education.
The Fort Collins URA strengthens and restores communities, provide new housing or business opportunities, and ultimately enhance the quality of life for the public benefit. The URA is a catalyst, partner, advisor and participant that fosters sound growth and development.
Poudre School District is a high-achieving school district providing choice, character, and academic excellence! Programs include early childhood, elementary, middle school, senior high school, alternative, online, and charter schools.
Colorado State University, founded in 1870, is one of our nation's leading research universities. Its faculty members are tackling issues such as the re-emergence of tuberculosis, pollution in developing countries, severe weather forecasting, nutrition and wellness, and bioterrorism.
The Larimer Campus of FRCC brings education to the community, with classes on Harmony and Shields and across the area. The Larimer Campus has strong partnerships with Colorado State University in fields such as Electrical Engineering, Veterinary Technology and Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources.