October 5, 2020
You are invited to join us on Wednesday, October 14th for our Chamber Luncheon. The City of Fort Lupton will bring us a presentation on Navigating the Planning and Building Process. This will be valuable for all of us. Please RSVP by Friday.
We will be holding our VOTE for four Board Seats on October 14th at the luncheon. If you would like to vote but cannot attend the luncheon in person, please look for the ballot to be released October 9th. You can then vote via email or phone. fortluptonchamber@gmail.com 303-857-4474
Current Development Projects - City of Fort Lupton
See who is coming to town next! Seven Eleven is on the list!!
For more information and updates view the link below.

  • October 10 - start voting on Fort Lupton Scarecrows
  • October 14 - Chamber Luncheon
  • October 20- Coffee & Chat
  • October 23 - Treat Street Registration Deadline
  • October 31 - Treat Street

Mug Shot Monday featuring Fredy Olivas of NCG Construction Services LLC. NCG is a locally owned and operating construction company. NCG once specialized in concrete and with that expertise, grew to encompass all construction needs.
Call NCG for your next Commerical or Residential project. Thank you, Fredy Olivas and NCG Construction, for partnering with the FLCC!

Click on the above flyer to visit the link for more information.
Click HERE to visit the zoom call on October 15th.
We're excited to announce that BREI's President, Angela Groeneveld from Emerge Agency, will host a four-part Business Recovery Think Tank series beginning Tuesday, October 6, 2020 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. cst. 
This one-hour lunch and learn online series will provide an opportunity for knowledge sharing between business experts and entrepreneurs through peer-to-peer learning, story sharing, grassroots mentorship and networking. We would appreciate if you could share this series with your network as we work to continue supporting small businesses in their recovery journey. 
It is free for members, and $25 per webinar for non-members. Register for webinars below.

October 20, 2020: Customer Service is Critical 
Saturday, October 10, 2020
The Historic Preservation Board invites you to enjoy a historic cemetery walk! The walk will give a peek into the lives of Fort Lupton's various city leaders, farmers, pioneers and soldiers buried in the Cemetery - all of whom have a story to be shared. The walk will bring the history of Fort Lupton's past residents to life! Volunteers to reenact historical figures are needed! Please contact Alyssa Knutson at 303-857-6694 x 128 to sign up!
Look for Calendars of Caregiver Support Groups Here: https://www.communityresourcefinder.org/

All Groups are FREE
COVID-19 Business Resources
COVID Business Hotline 303-860-5881
FREE Webinars from the SBDC
Webinar Topics in English, Spanish and MANY TOPICS

All COVID-19 Business Resources have been combined HERE and are updated regularly.

COVID-19 Personal & Health Resources
All Personal Resources have been combined HERE and are updated regularly.

 For the latest updates from the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment visit:
·       COVID-19 Testing Locations in Weld County:

If you’re a Veteran or family member needing assistance and feel stuck because everyone else has told you no, give us a call.
We’re not the VA, therapists, or counselors; we’re a resource hub. Our job is to listen to your need and align you with vetted resources that can assist and move you forward in resolving your issue whether it’s VA or non-VA related.
Veterans & Family Advocacy
We’ve been successful in helping Veterans and families find more peace in their life by reducing stress, lessening anxiety, and restoring hope. We would like to help you.
Qualified Listeners is a Veteran & Family Resource Hub serving northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. For more information visit www.QualifiedListeners.org or call 720-600-0860.

Vouchers for Veterans
Qualified Listeners, a Veteran & Family Resource Hub serving northern Colorado and southern Wyoming, has partnered with ARC Thrift Stores and Canvas Credit Union to provide vouchers for Veterans to any ARC Thrift Store in Colorado.
The vouchers allow Veterans to purchase a complete clothing ensemble for job interviews, work, weddings, funerals, etc. This program is especially appropriate for recently discharged Veterans transitioning back into civilian life on a tight budget. If clothing isn’t needed the voucher can be used for other items in the store.
The process is simple, just email Resource@qualifiedlisteners.org a copy of your DD-214, VA card, VFW, DAV, or American Legion membership card along with your phone number and mailing address, we’ll mail you a voucher. One voucher per Veteran.
This program is another service to all Veterans from Qualified Listeners. For more information call 720-600-0860 or visit www.QualifiedListeners.org
Tips for Veterans & Families
Here is helpful information for Veterans and Families from Qualified Listeners, a Veteran & Family Resource Hub serving northern Colorado and southern Wyoming.
For Veterans enrolled in the VA Healthcare system and admitted to a non-VA emergency room or urgent care facility, the number to call for the VA Authorization Office is 1-888-795-0773, option 1. A Veteran DOES NOT have to call this number prior to being admitted to the ER or urgent care but must do so within 72 hours post admission.
If a Veteran is 100% disabled or retired from the military, and is in the Cheyenne VA Medical Center catchment area, call 307-778-7310 to check eligibility for dental benefits.
To transfer your records to the Cheyenne VA Medical Center catchment area, call 307-778-7555
If you fall and need help getting up, call your local fire department.
If you lock your keys in the car, call your local fire department.
If a Veteran or spouse needs transportation for medical appointments or local errands, call us. We have volunteers wanting to help.
We impact lives, we change lives, we save lives. For more information visit www.qualifiedlisteners.org or call 720-600-0860
Peak Form Medical Clinic Integrates Contact-less Temperature Screening Kiosk for Patients and Staff
Peak Form Medical Clinic, an essential business providing worker’s compensation injury care, physical therapy, and drug screening throughout the pandemic has instituted the use of a contact-less kiosk to accurately measure temperature of
patients and staff to aid in the check-in process to further minimize exposure risk in clinic.
The device includes a function which will identify staff and automatically log their temperatures prior to starting their shift. In addition, patient’s temperatures will be checked prior to entering the clinic, and the kiosk will be able to detect whether patients are wearing a mask and if not, the
device will verbally prompt them to put one on.
“We feel the investment of instituting the kiosk speaks directly to our mission and will provide patients and employers we partner with the confidence to continue to seek the medical services they need,” says Jeanette Hrubes, owner and CEO.
The Clinic has all CDC recommended safety guidelines in place to protect patients and staff; such as wearing masks and reducing the number of people in the clinic at any one time to maintain social distancing. The use of the high-tech kiosk will further enhance the protections to safely provide comprehensive care with a personal touch through promoting the health and
productivity of workers, their families and communities.
About Peak Form Medical Clinic (https://peakformclinic.com/)
One moment could change a child’s life. YOU could change a child’s life! CASA of Weld County, a program of Life Stories, is recruiting adults in our community to become CASA volunteers to work with and advocate for children who have been abused or neglected in Weld County. No experience necessary. Next training will be on-line starting June 11. Contact kodie@lifestoriesweld.org or go to www.lifestoriesweld.org/casa for more information and to get started.