About Grand Junction, CO From the Web…
“For hundreds of years the Ute tribes roamed throughout Western Colorado. Upon the relocation of the Utes in 1881, the area was opened for settlement and the town of Grand Junction was established. Since that time, Grand Junction’s development has experienced several cycles of boom and bust. Agricultural crises, the Great Depression, the growth and decline of the uranium industry and the departure of the oil shale companies left visible reminders of their impact on the community. Many of the sites or structures representative of Grand Junction’s past have been saved with notable examples in the North Seventh Street Historic District, the Railroad Depot, the Avalon Theater and the St. Regis Hotel.”
“Awe-inspiring natural beauty and a dramatic red rock landscape. Exhilarating outdoor adventures and stunning golf courses. Peaceful places to reflect and unwind and a charming downtown full of great shops, restaurants, galleries and more. This is Grand Junction, Colorado’s Wine Country.”
We serve the following cities:
Grand Junction, Redlands, Clifton, Montrose, Glenwood Springs, Craig, Cortez, Durango, and Steamboat Springs, Aztec, Farmington, and Bloomfield in New Mexico, Green River and Rock Springs in Wyoming, and Springville and Price in Utah.
We serve the following counties:
Mesa, Garfield, Pitkin, Gunnison, Delta, and Montrose, and San Juan in New Mexico, Sweetwater in Wyoming, and Utah and Carbon in Utah.