The City of Littleton partners with other economic development agencies and community organizations to promote regional relationships for the economic prosperity of the region.
Arapahoe Community College
Arapahoe Community College (ACC) is the first two-year college in the greater Denver area, enrolling about 17,000 students annually. With campus locations in Littleton, and Castle Rock, we work to serve our community and workforce needs. ACC does this through our five strategic directions: student success, technology leadership, inclusive culture, collaborative partnerships, and organizational sustainability. Established in 1965, we continue our commitment to academic excellence, world-class career and technical education, personal development, and community engagement. Together, we can Move Mountains.
With more than 650,000 residents, Arapahoe County is one of Colorado’s fastest-growing counties, and we’re projected to be the Denver metro area’s most populous county by 2030. The County’s diversity is evident throughout, from vibrant urban, suburban, and rural communities, to an unparalleled open space and trail system, to major employment centers and a robust multimodal transportation network. The County has one of the lowest property tax mill levies in the state and only keeps 15 percent of the tax revenue we collect, to invest in County services and infrastructure; the rest goes to our 13 cities and towns, nine school districts and 450 local improvement and special service districts. As the beating heart of local and regional government, Arapahoe County serves its communities in ways both obvious and obscure, in support of our residents’ goals of preserving our quality of life in a way that honors our history while looking to the future.
Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center
Arapahoe/Douglas Works! provides a variety of no-cost services to job seekers and businesses, serving as a critical resource to connect talent and industry in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties and throughout the Denver metropolitan region. Services offered to businesses include business education, talent pipeline and strategic planning support to ensure that the region remains economically competitive and boasts an adequately skilled workforce for the future. Job Seeker services include an array of tools for career readiness and resources to support training and employment goals.
Aurora-South Metro Small Business Development Center
The Aurora-South Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC) helps entrepreneurs build wealth in Arapahoe and Douglas counties. As part of the business community, we work with you to start and grow your business. We provide information and advice that is both workable and worthwhile. We offer free and confidential one-on-one consulting, business educational workshops and referrals to small business resources. If you need assistance in creating jobs, increasing sales, securing capital to grow your business or find government contracts, the SBDC is here for you. We walk the entrepreneurial path with you, to help you drive your business success, increase your wealth and improve regional economic vitality.
Denver South is the organization of community leaders facilitating the important discussions that determine how our community functions and grows responsibly. For more than three decades, Denver South has been the nexus between public and private sectors, driving forward regional collaborations to make this one of the premier places in the world to start, grow, and locate a business. We come together in a considered and unique way—business leaders, public officials, residents, and everyone with a stake in our community working together to create the future we all want. From creating a broad aspirational vision for the future of Denver South down to real issues like mobility, creating dynamic public spaces, and attracting the workforce of the future, we strive to make Denver South a great place to live, work, and play.
Littleton Business Chamber
The Littleton Business Chamber is a dedicated group of successful local businesses and business leaders invested in the welfare of the City of Littleton with a desire to see the community thrive for generations to come.
- A resource and a constructive voice for businesses and organizations, large and small, within the City of Littleton.
- Up-to-date information regarding City Council and management issues to chamber members.
- Provides positive, pro-active representation on behalf of Littleton businesses and organizations, to help ensure Littleton, with its rich history, beautiful scenery and dynamic location, remains a thriving, distinguished community that attracts people to conduct business, shop, sightsee, learn, live and play.
Our members believe in the value of a strong community, the power of collaboration, that a strong and viable business presence contributes to the quality of life in our towns – and that an investment in Chamber membership is an investment in both their success and the future, believing that Littleton is an ideal community to build a business or do business in.
Littleton Public Schools
Littleton Public Schools (LPS) is a premier school district serving 28 square miles, including the majority of the City of Littleton, Town of Columbine Valley, and portions of the municipalities of Bow Mar, Centennial, Greenwood Village and the City of Englewood. Its slogan, “Big enough to serve you; small enough to know you” is an accurate portrayal of the district’s culture. From our award-winning PreK through Grade 12 schools, to our charter schools, to our alternative education programs, you will find a school that feels like home and where you can be healthy and happy. With a bold plan for the future – check out our Strategic Vision – just imagine your possibilities.
South Metro Denver Chamber
The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce (SMDC) has been a catalyst for business growth and success in the south metro region since 1921. As a non-partisan, pro-business organization, we foster a vibrant economic climate and culture for our business members and communities through informative and educational programming. The Chamber is uniquely positioned to advocate for laws and regulations on a local, state and federal level to create and support a strong business environment. Members have the opportunity to enhance, grow and elevate their business by connecting and networking with other leaders in a broad spectrum of industries for the prosperity and development of our communities.