Call for Entries: Legends Sculpture Project

Calling all artists! The Legends of the Grand Valley Sculpture Project is requesting proposals for new public art! More information can be downloaded in this .pdf, but in short, the Legends committee is looking for a public art composition with … Read More

Free carriage rides & visits with Santa!

Enjoy Downtown Grand Junction for the Holidays! Starting Saturday, Nov. 29, enjoy FREE carriage rides from JR’s Carriage Service and visits with Santa every Saturday and Sunday on Main Street between Thanksgiving and Christmas! Come down between noon and 2pm … Read More

Announcing our agreement with Grand West Dealerships!

Last week we announced a “shop local” promotion with Grand West Dealerships which directly benefits Downtown businesses! This promotional program expected to inject $180,000 into the local economy through the Downtown Gift Card. Grand West Dealerships, parent company of Grand West … Read More

First Friday October 3

There’s lots happening for First Friday tonight! Colorado Canyons Gallery, 623 Main Street – “Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Exhibit includes works by artists of all ages.  Beading by Trina Stancil; pastel by Kathy Herzog; oil by Yvette Campbell; … Read More

2014 Fuoco Motor Co. Downtown Car Show Winners!

The votes are tallied and the winners are in! Thanks to everyone for a great show, especially Fuoco Motor Company, the Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau, KREX News Channel 5, Fairfield Inn & Suites, and KOOL 107.9 FM! 2014 … Read More

New Downtown Fall Produce Market!

Announcing the first-ever Downtown Fall Produce Market! Because the growing and harvest  seasons in the Grand Valley extend past September, there’s lots of produce (including apples, pumpkins, winter squash, root vegetables, and more) that can’t be purchased during the summer … Read More

We’re Moving!

During the week of September 15, the Downtown Grand Junction (DDA and BID) office are moving around the corner to our new location at 437 Colorado Ave. During our move, we may also have limited ability to provide certain services. Please … Read More

Main Street Fountain Update

The city has decided that due to the overwhelming use of the interactive fountain on Main Street it will no longer be open for recreation. The good news is that the splash pad at Lincoln Park will be open for … Read More