Looking to relocate or start a business? In the heart of Four Corners USA, San Juan County and its cities and towns offer the perfect site and incentive package for most any business – ranging from a branch of a multinational corporation to an outdoor recreation industry startup. 

The team at Four Corners Economic Development (4CED) has the knowledge and expertise to help site selectors, business executives and entrepreneurs find and package what they need. We’ll open the doors for you and support you every step of the way!

The 4CED website has information on available ​commercial sites and properties, community demographics, business support resources, local government and other information vital to site locators and business management.

Let 4CED be your one-stop shop to bring you and your business home to San Juan County, NM.

Industry Advantages 

As the industrial and retail hub of Northwest New Mexico and Four Corners USA, San Juan County and its cities and towns will roll out the red carpet for you.  Come experience the competitive advantages our existing industries and businesses already enjoy.

We pride ourselves on our low taxes, friendly people and business climate, affordable housing, regional retail market hub, supportive local governments, business support resource partners, education and healthcare systems and, most especially, our diverse and talented workforce. 

Top regional ​industries and focus industries include outdoor recreation, agriculture, healthcare, light manufacturing, location neutral workers, tourism, retail, petrochemical manufacturing and retirees. 

New and expanding businesses can benefit from the economic and tax-reducing incentives associated with one or more of San Juan County’s five Opportunity Zones in downtown Farmington, the Animas District, the Four Corners Regional Airport, Bloomfield and Upper Fruitland. Additionally, San Juan County is ready to discuss the possibility of issuing industrial revenue bonds for the right industrial opportunities.


In addition to its business-friendly economic environment, San Juan County and its cities and towns share an ideal blend of year-round climate and outdoor recreation amenities to deliver unmatched quality of life. Each of the County’s cities and towns has their own unique character and something to offer a relocating or startup business.

San Juan County’s largest city is centrally located Farmington with a population approaching 45,000, which places it nicely within other significant cities ​ in proximity in the Four Corner states. As a city, Farmington is directly comparable to Durango, Gallup, Grand Junction and Flagstaff. 

Aztec and Bloomfield are smaller cities on the east side of San Juan County along the US Highway 550 corridor. (US 550 is a four-lane highway connecting San Juan County to Albuquerque.) Each has their own charms. Kirtland is the County’s newest town being incorporated in 2015.  

Each of San Juan County’s communities, along with 4CED, are ready to support your business expansion, relocation or startup.

Growth Partner Here to Help 

A region’s economic health is directly tied to the collective successes of its business community. Business success is at the heart of 4CED’s mission.  4CED would be honored to serve as your navigator through the whole process of finding the right solution set for your business by offering you “red carpet” service.  

Let 4CED assist you through the entire process – from learning about economic incentives and markets, viewing available vacant industrial land or existing industrial or commercial buildings and introducing you to resource partners and lenders to complete the deal. Contact us today to learn how we can position you for success today! 

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