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Española Valley Chamber of Commerce

The history of the Española Valley Chamber of Commerce, since its original charter in 1963, is one of active participation and interest in the growth of our community and the sustainability of our cultures and traditions. Our invaluable history and our cultural community character is the foundation of who we are, where we came from and where we are going.

City of Española Official Website- Española is quickly becoming the city at the center of it all in northern New Mexico. Rich in culture and history (Española was the first Capitol City in America), the city is also leading the way into the future on major issues including transportation, water planning, and more. Seated in the beautiful Española Valley between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Jemez Mountains.

The Regional Development Corporation, RDC

The RDC is a regional economic development organization for Northern New Mexico, focused on creating a diverse and sustainable economy. The RDC works collaboratively to create new jobs in the region by strengthening services to businesses and developing the infrastructure, public policy and workforce to support job growth.

Its principal service areas are Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, Taos, San Miguel, Mora and Sandoval counties.

The RDC oversees a number of small business orientated programs in Northern New Mexico, including the Native American Venture Acceleration Fund (Native American VAF), Los Alamos Connect (LosAlamosConnect.net), Northern New Mexico 20/20 (nnm2020.org) and Regional Economic Development Initiative (NNMREDI.org).

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