The City of Santa Rosa 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 public and private organizations that offer personalized assistance, training, networking, technical support and other services — some at no cost to you.
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An organization of, by and for local governments that assists in planning for common needs and coordinating for sound regional development. EPCOG comprises Read more »
Representing the counties of Bernalillo, Valencia, Torrance, and Sandoval, the COG is a governmental agency that provides planning services Read more »
The organization’s activities include business development, and housing, transportation, and community planning for Colfax, Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, Read more »
Assists with local and regional planning and development initiatives in Northwest NM, encompassing the counties of San Juan, McKinley, and Cibola. Read more »
A governmental and regional planning agency recognized by the U.S. Economic Development Administration as an economic development district. Read more »
The organization’s activities include business development and retention, transportation planning, and economic development for Chaves, Eddy, Lea, Lincoln Read more »
A regional planning commission serving Catron, Grant, Hidalgo, and Luna counties that helps secure funding and partnerships for community Read more »
ACI offers businesses the opportunity to become involved with the political process. ACI members are informed of state legislative activity affecting business Read more »
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