Local Resources

Building a larger base of valuable information for our members and our town.

For the member:

  • “I’ve Joined…so Now What?” Maximize your return on investment – here’s how
  • Incorporate the Chamber logo in marketing efforts and on your website – logo 
  • Offer a discount to Chamber members (then let us promote it)
  • Engage with Chamber Events! Nothing connects you better than showing up and knowing your fellow members!
  • Join one of our specialty business groups; Women in Business, Small Business Owners Mastermind, or one of three leads groups.
  • Participate in our Rooftop Drop marketing program and let Superior residents know about your services & products.
  • Sponsor of one of the Chamber’s signature events like Casino Night, Skate with Santa, or our 5K. (Call us at 303-554-0789 to discuss.)
  • Plan to have a booth at the Town of Superior’s biggest events: Chili Fest (September) and July 4th.
  • Consider hosting a successful Business After Hours – tip sheet
  • New business or location? Celebrate with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – tip sheet



For the resident:

  • Town of Superior Mapstreet map
  • Tips for Building A Parade Floatdetails
  • Getting Around Town – transportation tools
  • Business Hazardous Materials Disposal Information
  • Office of the District Attorney – Community Protection Division information: identity theft, credit issues, contractors, elder financial exploitation, door-to-door solicitations, and more
  • Foothills United Way Personal Investment Enterprise (PIE) Program: designed to help working, low-income families and individuals save money exclusively for home ownership, post-secondary education, and small business – details
  • Small Business Administration (SBA): The SBA has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses. website
  • Small Business Development Center (SBDC): partnerships primarily between the government and colleges/universities administered by the Small Business Administration and aims at giving educational services for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. Learn more
  • Partners for a Clean Environment (PACE) is your one-stop-shop for business sustainability in Boulder County – more details