Alameda Connects and Alameda Corridor BID Community Meeting
NO Community Meetings in the months of July and August.
Join us on the 1st Wednesday of each month for our monthly community meeting. Meetings are from 7:30-9:00 AM held at the West Metro Fire Station, 433 S. Allison Pkwy. Lakewood, CO 80226.
Lakewood Police Department and West Metro Fire Department provide a safety update and representatives from the Lakewood Economic Development Department, West Metro Chamber, Jeffco Business Resources and Starwood Retail provide updates on Alameda corridor economic growth and business development information.
PARKING located at King Soopers, the Municipal building garage or the Cultural Center
**Reminder: Don’t forget to bring any food items (and socks) to leave in The Action Center bins at the meeting!
Farmers’ Market at Mile High Church
JUNE 15 – SEPTEMBER 28
9077 W Alameda Ave
Alameda & Garrison (Mile Hi Church)
10am-2pm or Sellout
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“The Lakewood Farmers Market brings fresh, healthy food directly from the farm to the table. For over a decade Alameda Connects and the Alameda Corridor BID has co-sponsored a farmers market and we are happy to continue this year to help bring fresh food to the people of Lakewood.”
— Tom Quinn, Alameda Connects and Alameda Corridor BID, executive director.
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2019 Small Business Sustainability Summit Highlights
Our small business sustainability summit provided area business owners with practices that can be implemented to help them begin or grow their business sustainability initiative. The event included informational presentations from Snooze an A.M. Eatery Director of Sustainability, Megan Jorgensen, City of Lakewood Sustainability Manger, Jonathan Wachtel, Abrusci’s Fire & Vine General Manager, Marvin Williams, Alliance Center Programs Manager, Anne Behlouli and Wordbank Director of People & Culture, Michelle Miller. Click on an icon below to view a presentation.
Alameda Connects Member Spotlight
Eaton’s Green Team is made up of resident volunteers who continue to educate new residents about recycling and monitor all recycling efforts. Eaton Senior Communities is committed to promoting a sustainable environment. Continue Reading
Zero Waste Services
Spring has been an exciting time at the Antonito Home School Consortium (AHSC). AHSC is an educational program of Conejos Clean Water (CCW), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. AHSC specializes in social justice programming utilizing a critical cultural pedagogy curriculum. With the help of Zero Waste Services (ZWS), AHSC was able to obtain funding to implement a zero-waste program at their school. Continue Reading.
When you join Alameda Connects, you become part of a dynamic, grass-roots organization that connects residents and businesses to enhance the vibrancy of our community here in the heart of Lakewood. We support our business members through community connections, trainings, and grants.
Alameda Connects works to foster sustainable business practices that result in bottom-line business returns and a greener future for our children.
The Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District (ACBID) works to promote a vibrant community in the Downtown Lakewood Business Corridor through thoughtful financial stewardship and strategic partnerships. ACBID invests in public art, landscaping, event sponsorships and other projects to improve the corridor.
Our Partner Members
Connecting our community to achieve the dream
Dick and Jo Bryant
Jerry M. Halsor Sculptor
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