Deming

City of Deming

The City of Deming wants your business to succeed. We passed a Local Economic Development Act (LEDA), which allows us to enter “public private partnerships” with the state in projects that benefit the local economy. The New Mexico Municipal League’s “Grow It” campaign is another initiative to stimulate private-sector job growth by informing business owners of the many free and low-cost services that can help them get on their feet and grow into healthy companies.

Here you will find organizations that offer personalized assistance, training, networking, technical support and other services — some at no cost to you.

CITY OF DEMING HELPFUL LINKS:


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Local

Public Library

Jemez Springs Public Library

New Mexico’s system of libraries and librarians is a resource for books on accounting and business practices, as well as reference material Read more »

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory Community Programs Office

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), managed by Los Alamos National Security LLC, supports the northern New Mexico community through Read more »

Statewide

Market research

New Mexico’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)

When researching their market, New Mexico business owners and entrepreneurs can find useful demographic and economic statistics Read more »

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), managed by Los Alamos National Security LLC, supports northern New Mexico communities through various programs.  Read more »

New Mexico State Library

New Mexico State Library

The state library is a good source for online business databases, statewide and local newspapers, business journals and directories.  Read more »


City of Deming

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

  • (575) 546-8848
  • cityofdeming.org