Business Relocation
Business Relocation
If you're tired of long commutes and fighting traffic, consider moving your business to Cheyenne county!

Cheyenne county and the Cities of St. Francis and Bird City welcome new businesses to the area. If you are considering relocating your business or beginning a new business venture, we invite you to consider this area.

Here are just a few of the many reasons to move your business to the county or either of its nice communities:
Abundant land area & affordable housing
An independent labor force with an excellent work ethic
Many retirees available for part-time employment
Hard-working farmers/ranchers available for part-time employment
Numerous women seeking full and part-time employment
Industrial park areas available at very reasonable prices
Easy access to Denver and the Colorado front-range
Easy access to Interstate Highways I-70 and I-80
High speed Internet access; daily FedEx & UPS service
Safe, low-crime community
Great schools and health care

For more information about business opportunities in Cheyenne County, contact the following resource people:

Helen Norman Dobbs, Director, Cheyenne County Development Corporation 

Business Incentives: The City of St. Francis has two utility incentives for new businesses in the city. The city council adopted the following mission statement: "The City of St. Francis commits to provide efficient, quality services that protect and provide for the growth, safety and well-being of the community and its citizens."

To date the council has adopted the following business incentives:
Resolution 2006-3: A resolution establishing an employee based utility credit for new business.
Resolution 2006-5: A resolution establishing utility hookups for new commercial construction.
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