Grand Junction, a place of discovery and enchantment, where the arts are amazingly diverse, the outdoors spectacularly vibrant, and the people are warm hearted and giving. Who wouldn’t want to call this place home.
Arts, Recreation and Entertainment
Grand Junction Visitors and Convention Bureau
Wineries, lodging, shopping, outdoor recreation, entertainment, you name it – the Grand Junction Visitor’s and Convention Bureau is your official online source for all things Grand Junction!
Colorado wines are making a big splash – and the heart of the Colorado wine industry is right here in Grand Junction. The Grand Valley region produces wonderful, high-quality wines in a spectacular setting. With several intimate, accessible and altogether charming vineyards, a tour through the heart of Colorado wine country is perfect for any level of enthusiast. Be sure to catch a late summer harvest tour, when the grapes are picked and processed to create the next standout vintage.
Tiara Rado was established in 1971, “The Rock” plays along the base of the Colorado National Monument’s red cliffs. Lush from tee to green, the quality architechture of this course will make you use every club in your bag. Between shots enjoy the gorgeous Western Colorado scenery and wildlife. A member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary program, Tiara Rado is home to quail, pheasants, owls, herons, deer, rabbits, foxes and all three species of bluebirds found in the United States.
Adobe Creek National Golf Course
Nestled against the backdrop of the scenic Colorado National Monument, Adobe Creek National Golf Course offers 27 holes of enjoyment for the golfing public of all skill levels and ages. With three separate nine holes, (the Mesa 9, Monument 9, and the Desert 9), Adobe Creek National welcomes golf outings and tournaments of any size all while letting the public play year round, weather permitting.
Experience the challenge of Chipeta Golf Course as you take in the picturesque views of the Grand Mesa, Bookcliffs, Uncompahgre Plateau and the Colorado National Monument. Enjoy this superbly maintained and well designed golf complex, complete with a stately clubhouse, well-groomed driving range, wide open pitching area, twin tennis courts and 18 holes of magnificent golf. Chipeta offers something for everyone from the novice to the expert. Come experience the Chipeta challenge, whatever your skill.This 18 hole executive course is a par 59 with 5 par fours and 13 par threes.
Lincoln Park Golf Course is a 9 hole, 36 par public golf course conveniently located in the central city and is easy to walk. It is the home of the Rocky Mountain Open, the oldest open golf tournament in Colorado.
Built for the residents of Grand Junction by local publishing giant Walter Walker in 1923, the Avalon Theatre was and still is one of Western Colorado’s largest performing arts halls. The Avalon Theatre also features a foreign and independent film series; dance, theatrical, lecture and variety shows; and private functions.
This site features information on Picture Show Entertainment.
Regal Cinemas Canyon View Stadium 14
View currently playing movies and showtimes at Canyon View Stadium 14 movie theater.
Rimrock Adventures has been creating wonderful Colorado and Utah vacations since 1989. We invite you to go whitewater rafting or take a scenic float with us on the Colorado, Gunnison, or Dolores Rivers. We can also take you horseback riding in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area and in the Little Bookcliff Wild Horse Area. As you will see, we offer a variety of other exciting adventures here in western Colorado as well. Rimrock’s experienced guides are dedicated to making your vacation a safe, fun-filled adventure that you will remember for a lifetime.
Bananas Fun Park is an indoor/outdoor family entertainment center (FEC) located in Grand Junction, Colorado
Home Building Affiliates
Centricity, formerly Bonded Builders, serves the building industry and the nation’s homeowners. We offer a wide range of home warranties, property insurance and employee service products throughout the nation.
The NWC HBA helps builders, developers, trade contractors and associated businesses to better serve the public through education and collective action.
National Association of Home Builders
NAHB is a trade association that helps promote the policies that make housing a national priority. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large.
NFIB National Federation of Independent Business
Keep up on the latest issues and politics that affect small businesses in your state. Learn about NFIB victories that make a real difference for your business, the voting records of your lawmakers, how to contact these lawmakers, and more!
Grand Junction Realtors Association
This site is designed to provide you with information that you can immediately put to use in buying or selling real estate in the Grand Valley, or anywhere else for that matter.
Land Title Guarantee Company is one of the oldest and most successful title insurance companies in Colorado, thanks to their commitment to providing their customers with the best possible title and closing services available.
National Association of Realtors
Working on behalf of America’s property owners, the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® provides a facility for professional development, research and exchange of information among its members and to the public and government for the purpose of preserving the free enterprise system, and the right to own, use, and transfer real property.
Community / Informational
Mesa County Valley School District 51 dates back to 1951 when the majority of numerous independent districts in Mesa County joined forces to create one entity. It encompasses the area known as the Grand Valley, which includes the smaller communities surrounding Grand Junction: Palisade and Clifton to the east, Fruita, Loma and Mack to the west, and Whitewater and Gateway to the south.
The Mission of the City of Grand Junction is to be the most livable community west of the Rockies by 2025. The Core Values of the City of Grand Junction are Integrity, Respect, and Bridge Building
Fruita, Colorado, is one of the most active, progressive and diverse communities in Western Colorado – yet we strive to maintain our close ties to a rich historical past and the strong bonds of our neighborhoods. We also know how important communication is and that’s one of the reasons why this part of our site is dedicated to informing our citizens – and potential citizens – about what our city and elected officials are doing, our many services and recreational activities, and other great features.
In partnership with citizens, Mesa County will maintain and enhance quality of life by effectively providing community services that ensure public health, safety, and well being in a transparent and equitable way.
St. Mary’s Hospital is dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of the residents of western Colorado and eastern Utah. A not-for-profit organization, St. Mary’s Hospital was founded in 1896 by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth. The small, wood-framed building, that stood over 100 years ago, offered only 10 beds. Today, St. Mary’s Hospital is the largest medical center between Denver and Salt Lake City, and boasts over 350 beds.
Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, is a full-service, acute-care hospital licensed for 78 beds. As part of the Colorado West Healthcare System, we offer full outpatient diagnostic services and inpatient care for the Western Slope region of Colorado, and for Eastern Utah. Community Hospital brings together expert staff and world-class technology in a healing, family-centered environment.
“Our mission is to help seniors and their families find housing and care for themselves and their loved ones by providing objective and unbiased information on our website.”
Fidelity Mortgage Grand Junction was founded with the philosophy that the customer should always come first in mortgage lending. Since our doors opened in 1986, our unique “customer first” approach has propelled Fidelity Mortgage Company to the forefront of the mortgage lending industry in Grand Junction, Western Colorado and Eastern Utah.
Grand Valley Bank got its modest start in 1983 in a small, modular building on North Seventh Street, in Grand Junction, CO. It weathered hard economic times to grow to where it is today. In 1988, the current Grand Valley Bank building was built right next door to the old, modular building.
This website contains information on Bank of Colorado.
Local Utility Providers
Our name reflects our core value — excellence in energy products and services. We are dedicated to providing you the best in service, value and information to enhance your professional and personal life. We are committed to customer satisfaction by continuously improving our operations to be a low-cost, reliable, environmentally sound energy provider.
America’s fastest-growing TV, Internet and Voice provider.
The new hughesNet Gen 5 is available in 100% of the community.
City of Grand Junction Utilities
The City provides a combination of water, sewer, trash and irrigation services to over 26,500 homes and businesses in the Grand Valley. Customer Service is responsible for maintaining those utility accounts including monthly billing, processing of all payments, setting up new accounts, changing services from customer to customer and assisting customers with numerous questions and issues. Customer Service also provides information regarding new construction and/or new connection to the utility systems including applicable rules, regulations, and fees
Utility Billing customers may sign up for a direct debit from their bank account to make monthly utility payments
Grand Valley Rural Power Lines, Inc., (Grand Valley Power) a Colorado Corporation, came into existence in 1936, and was the first rural electric cooperative organized in Colorado. It was created by a group of rural people in the lower Grand Valley who had been unable to secure electric service from existing electric utilities, either because of its unavailability or because of the high construction costs to the individual user
Customers coast-to-coast turn to Qwest’s industry-leading national fiber-optic network and world-class customer service to meet their communications and entertainment needs. For residential customers, Qwest offers a new generation of fiber-optic Internet service, high-speed Internet solutions, as well as digital home phone, wireless service available through Verizon Wireless, and DIRECTV® service.
Over 50 years ago, just after World War II, a group of men dedicated to the Grand Valley had a vision. That vision included people no longer having to haul water to their homes, farms and ranches and drink untreated water from cisterns. To ensure that we had a dependable source of high quality drinking water, the men formed the Ute Water Conservancy District.
Waste Management, Inc. is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America. The company is strongly committed to a foundation of financial strength, operating excellence and professionalism.
GJ CRI is a locally owned and operated business. Residential curbside recycling is offered in partnership with the City of Grand Junction under the direction of the Solid Waste Management Department. All money derived from the sale of commodities collected at the curb is returned to the City to help offset program costs. All products listed in the Guidelines brochure are sent to market (never landfilled).