- Created: 03 February 2020 03 February 2020
Coffee & Conversation with Region 10
10:00 a.m. February 7th
Lake City Cafe
StartSmart business class with Region 10
DIRT and the Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to this Region 10 workshop the afternoon of February 7th (and don't forget to join us at 10 am for Coffee & Conversation at the Lake City Cafe)
SmartStart: How to Start a Business in Colorado
Date: Friday, Feb 7, 1-4 p.m.
Location: Coursey Annex, 317 N Henson Street, Lake City
Workshop details: Thinking about starting a business in Western Colorado? Starting a business takes more than being great at something or having a good idea. Come and learn what is required by state and local officials to get started and the ins and outs of running a successful business. This 3-hour workshop provides an overview of everything you need to know to start and grow your business.
Topics include: *Business licensing requirements; *Trade name search; *Legal structure selection; *State registration; *Local licensing requirements; *The business planning process; and * Financing options
Speaker(s): Nancy Murphy, Region 10
Co-Sponsor(s): DIRT, Lake City and Hinsdale County Chamber of Commerce
- Created: 27 January 2020 27 January 2020
We need your input!
Lake San Cristobal is the second largest natural lake in Colorado. This area offers spectacular natural beauty and a variety of year-round outdoor recreational activities. Please help Hinsdale County plan management and infrastructure improvements.
Thank you for your feedback and ideas. If you'd like to continue to be involved in this process, please include your contact information in the survey (that's optional).
- Created: 19 November 2019 19 November 2019
The intent of the Lake City Parking Assessment is to evaluate existing conditions and parking demand, identify issues with parking and future parking needs, and make recommendations to affect change in the parking areas throughout the study area. In this study, Lake City (Town) sought to identify solutions to existing parking challenges—such as the lack of way nding and parking inef ciencies creating parking shortages near the Downtown Core. One of the Key Findings of this study was that although there is an abundance of parking availability, the lack of way nding to this parking and delineating parking to increase effectiveness has created many parking issues around the Town. Increasing parking effectiveness in the Downtown Core and providing additional temporary parking lots during events will solve many of the parking shortage and safety issues currently faced by Lake City residents and visitors. The analysis completed and recommendations determined from site visits, interviews, and parking studies of Lake City are compiled in this report along with accompanying diagrams and maps.