Coronavirus (COVID-19) Recovery Center VIEW HERE

The Englewood Recreation Center, Malley Recreation Center, and the Englewood Public Library are temporarily closed.

Time for Takeout - View the list HERE -Thank you to the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce for their help with this page.

Business Resources: COVID-19 Temporary Outdoor Expansion Application VIEW HERE

The Broken Tee driving range is closed now until further notice due to an electrical issue.

Business Resources

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Englewood Economic Development Office

Darren Hollingsworth, Economic Development Manager
Email Economic Development


NEW!! Temporary Expansion of Outdoor Seating for Food Consumption

The City of Englewood has created a temporary program to allow restaurants (to include coffee 
shops, bakeries, food trucks, etc.) and bars to operate in outdoor settings adjacent to their 
businesses. The intent of the program is to allow for greater physical distancing and safety for 
patrons until the state’s public health orders allow restaurants and bars to resume sit-down 
service.  While final rules and regulations are still in development, proposals could include designated outdoor areas such as adjacent parking lots, streets, and sidewalks.
  Please Note:  Expansion of any liquor consumption requires a separate permit from the State.  Email for more information on how to expand your liquor consumption area.

  •  Application - Temporary  Expansion of Outdoor Seating

Non-Profit Grant for Eligible Organizations Impacted by COVID-19

This program is open to City of Englewood non-profits holding a 501c(3), 501c(4), or 501c(6) status.  Religious  institutions,  political  organizations,  home-based  non-profits,  and  organizations  that  have  only experienced revenue loss are ineligible.  Grant amounts range from $2,000 - $4,000 based on the organization’s annual revenue/budget.  Application and more information.

EXPANDED COVID-19 Small Business Support and Recovery Grant

The City of Englewood has expanded its COVID-19 Small Business Support and Recovery Grant.  Businesses who previously received a grant may re-apply for a $2,000 grant.  First-time businesses may apply for a $4,000 grant.  Apply now; funds are limited!  Application and more information.


Englewood is uniquely positioned in the Denver metro area.  It is located 20 minutes from downtown Denver and 20 minutes from the Denver Tech Center.  It is also served by two stations in the regional light rail network.

Unlike other suburban locations, Englewood has a distinctive history and character proven attractive to small and mid-size employers who wish to take advantage of a location in Englewood.   With outstanding access, Englewood is ideally situated for residents, businesses, and visitors.  The community boasts a strong employee base, diverse housing choices, and a business-friendly municipal government.