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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.
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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 >
The City of Atchison, in partnership with Blackstone Properties (526 Commercial), is pleased to announce a $250,000 grant award through the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program in the Commercial Rehabilitation (CR) Category. 526
The site plan for a new Frontier Community Credit Union location in the City of Atchison was unanimously approved by the Planning Commission earlier this week. The project is planned for 1327 Highland Avenue,
The City of Atchison’s E-Community Program is pleased to announce a new loan to 1400 Properties, LLC. The $60,000 in E-Community Loan proceeds will be used to undertake a renovation project of the Hundley Insurance
~ Atchison, Baldwin City, and Junction City are the First Additions to the State’s Main Street Program since the Program’s Reintroduction ~ TOPEKA – Today, Governor Laura Kelly announced the selection of Atchison, Baldwin City, and
The City of Atchison met with Rainbow Communications, Evergy, and North Central Service (contractor) on February 2, 2021 for a pre-construction meeting. During the meeting, the final details of the Rainbow Communications fiber expansion to
Atchison city commissioners voted Monday 10/19/20 to approve the construction contract for the Arbor Land addition to the Brookdale subdivision in northwest Atchison. All four of the commissioners participating in the meeting approved the contract,
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