1. You can reach us by railway, you can reach us by trailway… Amtrak and the Grand Junction Regional Airport offer daily service to major cities across the U.S. Drivers have easy access to Interstate 70 and Highways 6 and 50. Or, if you prefer, hiking, biking,...

2. It won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Voted a “best place to live on $100 per day”, Grand Junction and surrounding communities boast a lower cost of living than the national average and the median home price is...

3. We’ve got jobs. FORBES called us a “best place for small business and careers”. Our diverse economy includes aerospace, healthcare, tech, outdoor industries and...

4. We’re techies. Thanks to our IT infrastructure and the IT talent coming out of Colorado Mesa University, Entrepreneur named us a top place for high-tech...

5. We’ve got talent. Our workforce is multiplying– in the past 10 years its grown by 29%. More than one-third of the population have a college degree, and our local Colorado Mesa University churns out new talent every...

6. Startups thrive here. NerdWallet named Grand Junction a top place to start a business. Low taxes, low utility rates and a business-friendly climate help businesses...

7. We’ve got sunshine. Colorado is the sunniest of the 50 states and the Grand Valley boasts 71% sunshine yearly. With an average low temp of 40 and low precipitation, golf is a year-round...

8. We’re adventurous! We’ve got hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, river rafting, skiing and boating all within a couple of hours. We’re a top U.S. wine destination and USA Today named our Kokopelli trail among the best bucket-list adventure...

9. We’re family friendly. We’re one of the safest places in America, thanks to low crime rates and minimal natural disasters. Our top-notch healthcare system, stellar K-12 education options, abundant green space and affordable home prices makes us a top destination...

10. We’ve got natural beauty. Your playground includes the CO Natl. Monument, Grand Mesa Natl. Forest, Powderhorn Mountain Resort, and the Colorado River, to name a...