Welcome to the
Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce!

For 50 years the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce has proudly been serving the mountain community providing local business recommendations and community information.
Our mission is to grow the local economy by building business and relationships, promoting the community and representing local concerns with our county government.


Late Wednesday night, an announcement was made by Governor Polis that all counties currently operating in Red can move to Orange as soon as Monday, January 4.
While businesses can operate under Orange restrictions, 5 Star Certification does not kick in until Jefferson County meets all three criteria for 7 straight days:
  • Incident rate less than 350 per 100,000 people
  • Percent positivity rate below 15%
  • Hospitalizations decreasing or stable for more than 8 days
Although Jefferson County has been moved to Level Orange, the county’s incident rate remains greater than 350 per 100,000 people.
We encourage all businesses to continue to pursue 5 Star Certification so they are prepared to take advantage of lesser restrictions when Jefferson County meets all three criteria.
The certification will also be a safe guard against future spikes that may cause tighter restrictions to return.

Find more information here.

At an elevation of 7,200 feet, Evergreen offers an array of parks, art galleries, theater, restaurants, entertainment, recreation and a variety of outdoor activities. Evergreen, Colorado is situated close to Denver while still maintaining its mountain-town feeling. Evergreen Lake was voted one of the top ten most scenic for ice skating in the world, it is bordered by mountain parks with miles of trails and a golf course!

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The Official Visitor and Community Resource Guide. Guides on where to Shop, Eat and Stay, with a year-round calendar of events, Directory of Chamber Members and more! Hard copies of the Magazine are available at the Evergreen Chamber.

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    There won't be any lane closures along the I-70 mountain corridor starting today and continuing through Monday, Jan. 18, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend. There could be work done behind concrete barriers and off the I-70 corridor, but these activities will have no effect on traffic.When work along the I-70 mountain corridor resumes Tuesday, Jan. 19, here are some of the anticipated traffic impacts:Tuesday, Jan. 19: The westbound I-70 Port of Entry ramp at Exit 234 will be closed overnight for guardrail installation from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. Truckers may bypass the ramp during this time.Tuesday, Jan. 19, through Thursday, Jan. 21: The Eastbound Mountain Express Lane will be closed intermittently from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day between Mile Points 233 (Lawson) and 243 (Central City Parkway) for electrical work and sign installations. Tuesday, Jan. 19, through Friday, Jan. 22: There will be various overnight lane closures in both directions of I-70 between Mile Points 232 (Empire/US 40 interchange) and 243 (Central City Parkway) starting at 7 p.m. each night.Tuesday, Jan. 19, through Friday, Jan. 22: The Exit 240 on-ramp to westbound I-70 and the westbound I-70 off-ramp to Exit 239 in Idaho Springs will be closed starting at 7 p.m. each night. The far-right acceleration/deceleration lane between these ramps will also be closed overnight.Because construction schedules are weather dependent and subject to change, drivers are encouraged to refer to CoTrip.org when planning their travels. ... See MoreSee Less
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