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Colorado’s Enterprise Zone program provides tax incentives to encourage businesses to locate and expand in designated economically distressed areas of the state. There are 16 Enterprise Zones and 2 sub-zones in Colorado, including the Town of Bennett. Businesses located in an Enterprise Zone may qualify for up to nine Enterprise Zone Tax Credits that encourage job creation and investment in the Enterprise Zone.
Purpose The Colorado Enterprise Zone (EZ) Program was created by the Colorado Legislature (C.R.S. Title 39, Article 30) to promote a business friendly environment in economically distressed areas by offering state income tax credits that incentivize businesses to locate and develop in - and non-profit organizations to assist with the needs of - these communities. Program Description Taxpayers investing in Enterprise Zones can earn a credit on their Colorado income tax by planning and executing specific economic development activities.
Colorado Enterprise Zone Fact Sheet (download the printable version here)
To find out more, click on the following links or contact Adams County Economic Development directly.
Enterprise Zone Administrator Contact Information
Enhanced Rural Enterprise Zone
Public Records Law & Annual Reports
Adams County Economic Development, Inc.
12200 Pecos Street
Westminster, CO 80234