“Bringing the future to our communities today.”
Prowers County Development, Inc. (PCDI) is comprised of business owners and managers who work within the southeast Colorado communities of Bristol, Granada, Hartman, Holly, Lamar, and Wiley. PCDI represents economic and business development interests within the county. Our board members work with city and county officials to bring new business and support expansion of existing businesses that contribute to economic growth. PCDI also supports entrepreneurial training, community enhancement projects and promotional endeavors that highlight local events and sites.
The hub of downtown Lamar is located at the intersection of two transcontinental highways, Highway 287 north / south and Highway 50 east / west. Highway 287 is now part of the Ports-to-Plains Federal Project connecting Mexico and Canada.
The PCDI office is located in Suite 103 in the Rodeway Inn Cow Palace, 1301 North Main, just as you enter Lamar from the north on Highways 50 and 287. Stop in and visit us at our new location.
Prowers County was named as the 2011 Small Community of the Year by the Economic Development Council of Colorado at their Spring Conference.
Lisa Nolder, PCDI Economic Development Director, was named as the 2011 Rookie of the Year by the Economic Development Council of Colorado. Congratulations, Lisa!