Downtown Colorado, Inc

DCI provides key urban planning and economic development resources to communities who otherwise wouldn't have them. Most of l our member communities have under 20,000 people. Donating to DCI allows people to live comfortably and provides opportunities that would not be there for small towns.

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General Information

Official Name
Colorado Community Revitalization Association, Inc​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
Downtown Colorado, Inc
Former Name(s)
()Colorado Community Revitalization Association
Date Established
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
Tax ID
Headquarters Address
1420 Ogden Street
Suite G1
Denver, CO 80218
Colorado Location
Mailing Address
Main Phone Number
(303) 282-0625
Fax Number
Other Phone Number
Social Media Links

Mission Statement

Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) is a nonprofit membership organization committed to building better communities by providing assistance to Colorado downtowns, commercial districts and town centers.

Every day Downtown Colorado, Inc. strengthens communities across Colorado by supporting local governments in their efforts to support small businesses and grow a sustainable local economy. We achieve this by providing advocacy, technical assistance training, and educational events, often with the voluntary services of our wonderful membership base of professional downtown revitalization experts. DCI approaches commercial district and downtown revitalization through a comprehensive framework of downtown management, marketing, design, and economic development.

DCI members benefit from our educational events, technical assistance participation, networking and idea-sharing opportunities, partnerships with nonprofit organizations and state agencies, and extensive resources.

Members include:

Municipal officials
City managers
Planners and community developers
Business improvement districts
Downtown development authorities
Urban renewal authorities
Architectural, planning and economic development consulting firms
Downtown revitalization professionals
Nonprofit organizations
State agencies
Young professionals

Organization History

With more than 180 dues-paying, organizational members, DCI serves a diverse group of communities. Members represent downtown organizations, local governments, development and improvement districts, consultants, individuals and others involved in downtown and community development. An organizational membership includes anyone that works for the organization, thereby greatly multiplying the number of individuals who benefit from a DCI membership. DCI members receive a wide variety of benefits including low-cost technical assistance, members-only events, discounts on educational events, scholarship opportunities, free professional referrals and phone consultations, access to online resource library, membership directory, discounts and benefits from partner organizations, and much more. DCI has been serving Colorado communities since 1981.


"DCI's community assessment has given our community renewed energy and clear direction for building a stronger local economy. Thanks to DCI's guidance, we have been able to form engaged stakeholder groups and make positive change in the community."
--David Hook, Town Manager, Grand Lake, Colorado

"DCI's technical assistance has helped us identify key focus areas and partnerships in our community and dedicate resources to making a positive impact with limited resources. The process and tools provided by DCI was the spark that our community needed to ignite action around enhanced economic vitality and improved partnerships in the region." --Mark Campbell, Town Manager, Kremmling, Colorado

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