Welcome to the Atchison business community
Whether you are new to the Atchison business community, have been here awhile, or are interested in joining, you’ll find helpful programs and connections through our Grow Atchison business development resource.
Atchison’s business-friendly environment is fostered by local government and a profusion of programs from all levels of government. More than that, the dynamic culture and interest in getting businesses started and seeing them succeed has become one of our calling cards.
Whether you need investment capital, help navigating business tax credits, information about grant programs or just to network with local entrepreneurs, you can find it all with Grow Atchison. Learn more about business in Atchison >
Whether you are new to the Atchison business community, have been here awhile, or are interested in joining, you’ll find helpful programs and connections through our Grow Atchison business development resource. Learn more about business in Atchison >
Following the completion of curriculum spanning two weeks of class and exam time, Assistant City Manager Justin Pregont has earned the Historic Real Estate Development Finance Professional (HREDFP) Certification through the National Development Council (NDC).
The City of Atchison’s Facade Loan Program is pleased to announce a new loan to Willow Boutique, a startup clothing retailer in downtown Atchison. The $10,000 loan will finance an updated storefront for the Willow
The City of Atchison is pleased to announce the first ever Development Microgrant Program award to Elena’s Lavanderia, a startup self service laundromat in downtown Atchison. The $775 grant award is a 50% reimbursement for
Anxious Goat Coffee Roasters, owned by Brad and April Pietzyk of Atchison, has been granted a conditional use permit by the Atchison Planning Commission to operate a weekend only lunch & dinner service out of
The City of Atchison’s E-Community Program is pleased to announce a new loan to Wagner Plumbing, a long standing plumbing contractor in the Atchison community. The $18,000 in loan proceeds will help finance a transition
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