Welcome to the Colorado Technology Center Owners Association!
CTCOA Strives to have a
cohesive aesthetic throughout the park.
Guidelines can be found by clicking on the
Owners Association link above.
The Colorado Technology Center is the home of several leading manufacturing
and high tech companies in Central Boulder County. The technology park is
ideally located in Louisville, Colorado. It is next to several major
highways providing easy access to Boulder, Denver, Longmont, DIA, and an
abundance of other nearby amenities.
The park offers a fantastic central location for companies looking to buy,
lease or rent commercial property to locate their corporate campus, research &
development operations, manufacturing operations or warehouse distribution
facilities to the Colorado Technology Center Owners Association.
Following the CTCOA Board of Director meeting on January 24, 2019, the Board
determined to send the letter found at (this
link) to the Louisville City Council.
Colorado Tech Center Metropolitan
District [ Click Here
Outstanding amenities include:
- The CTC is minutes away from world class hotels, outstanding
golf courses and the Flatirons Crossing Shopping Mall.
- Summer and winter outdoor activities for you and your employees
are at close proximity. Colorado is a mecca for skiing, climbing,
hiking, kayaking, and biking.
- World class ski resorts, such as Vail, Copper Mountain and Breckenridge
are less than two hours away.
- The Colorado Tech Center is close to research facilities such
as the University of Colorado, NIST, NOAA and NCAR.
- The University of Colorado, Boulder, is 7.5 mi. away, University
of Colorado, Denver, 20 mi., Colorado School of Mines, Golden 16
mi., and the Colorado State University, Ft. Collins is 42 mi. away
from the CTC.
- For additional information, please go to our Links
Major corporations at CTC includes:
Coherent Technologies, Inc.
Comfort Systems USA
Kiosk Information Systems
Izzio Artisan Bakery
November 2, 2018
Dear CTC Neighbors,
Please join the Community Food Share on Friday, November 2, for a light
breakfast, a brief warehouse tour, and to learn how your company can
help us in the fight against hunger.
Located in the CTC, Community Food Share is a food
bank fighting hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties by providing
access to fresh, nutritious food through local partners and its onsite and
Please feel free to invite other members in your
leadership team to attend along with yourself.
Click here to RSVP and for more details! Hope to see you there
on November 2nd.
Questions: Contact Susan Finesilver or
303-652-3663 ext. 209
Notice of Policy/Fee Revision:
The Colorado Tech Center Owners Association Board of Directors met on
May 31, 2018 and are considering changing fees for Architectural Review.
Current fees are $300 and are proposed to go to $500, or be waived all
together, based on the project size. Pursuant to the Resolution of
the CTC Owners Association, Inc. Regarding Procedures for Adoption and
Amendment of Policies, Procedures, Rules, Regulations, or Guidelines and
for the Establishment of Committees, owners have 30 days to provide
comment and feedback regarding the policy and fee revision the Board is
considering. To review the proposed CTC Owners’ Association
Architectural Review Process and offer comment/feedback, please click on
the link listed below:
View Revised Policy
New Transportation Option: VanGo currently has a waitlist of
commuters interested in vanpool from the Fort Collins/Loveland area to
Louisville. If 2-3 more people are interested, VanGo could organize
another van, helping employees get to work with a stress-free and
affordable commute. Click
here for more details.