All In a Day’s Drive
World Class Fly Fishing Area
World Heritage Sites
World Class Ski Resorts
Native American Pueblos & Tribes
National Parks, Monuments, & Recreation Areas
Welcome to San Juan County, New Mexico
Are you thinking of starting or relocating a business in the southwest?
Or maybe you need to grow or sustain your locally owned business? Four Corners Economic Development can help you do just that!
Servicing San Juan County, New Mexico (Farmington MSA) in the beautiful Four Corners region, we here at Four Corners Economic Development (4CED) are working hard to create an ecosystem where people and businesses flourish.
Centrally located and rich in culture, sunshine, natural resources and outdoor adventure we are focused on expanding the agriculture, energy, manufacturing, and tourism industries in our area.
Local Governments Awarding Funding to Assist Small Businesses
To qualify, businesses must be located in San Juan County New Mexico, Aztec, Bloomfield, Farmington, or Kirtland, have 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees and have annual revenue of $2 million or less before the impact of the pandemic. Businesses with between one and ten employees may apply for up to $5,000 and businesses with 11 to 50 employees may apply for up to $10,000. Not-for profit organizations which meet the criteria may also apply. Grant funds must be spent on eligible “Business Continuity” and/or “Business Redesign” expenses.
Winner of IEDC 2017 Gold Excellence in Economic Development in the Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) Single Event
4CED won the Gold Excellence in Economic Development Award for its Real People, Real Jobs Campaign, a project in the category Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) Single Event. Real People Real Jobs (RPRJ) was a public relations and media campaign launched to fight to save the coal mine from early closure. It was extremely important for local voices to be heard to prevent a potential double in the unemployment rate for the area. The Real People Real Jobs ‘Opportunity Expos’ were also held to assist those individuals that did get laid off due to the downsizing of the plant to find new positions, make connections for retraining, find entrepreneurial opportunities, retire, or find investment resources leading to new opportunities in the area. The initiative is still used to this day.
Winner of IEDC 2017 Bronze Excellence in Economic Development in the Real Estate Redevelopment & Reuse Category
4CED helped the City of Aztec stand up a new business incubator in support of their efforts to revitalize downtown. This is another example of how 4CED partners with its stakeholders.
Are you looking to start a career?
If you want the opportunity to experience the southwest in a state where you can truly make a difference, consider making the Four Corners your home.