Partnering to attract retail, residential, and business development in Pueblo's City Center, while supporting events and activities that promote a progressive and vibrant urban core.


  • To encourage retail development and investment in Pueblo, with emphasis toward the center city, by seeking tenants to occupy available sites or space.
  • To encourage residential development and investment in Pueblo's center city by eliminating barriers that discourage development and by promoting specific retail that will enhance the neighborhood effect.
  • To provide additional services to the city by:
    • Providing a single point of access for inquires about retail opportunities along with assistance to all developers for the permitting process in Pueblo.
    • Providing a single point of access as to the variety of incentives/tax areas that may exist including zoning and financing information; along with true and accurate demographic and market information.

Maximization of marketing and strategic development for neighborhood association and merchant associations.

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Contact us on how you can help keep the City Center Colorful!

Wanting to hang a banner on the light poles in our City Center? Contact us on how to apply!




Retail Thrives in City Center

Hundreds of local businesses call Pueblo's City Center home

Pueblo Invests in City Center

Pueblo public and private investments in our City Center approach $250 million

City Center Statistics

Demographics and statistics about Pueblo's City Center

Your Business in City Center

Information for prospective retailers about Pueblo's City Center

Design Guidelines

Download the City Center Design Guidelines

Streetscape Design Standards

Download City Center's Streetscape Design Standards


We are proud of our community, and believe City Center is not only a fantastic place to visit, but also to live and do business. But, don't take our word for it. Of course we're going to say that. However, back in the year 2000, radio legend Paul Harvey visited Pueblo. What he had to say about our community pretty much sums it up. Listen here: