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In Breckenridge, our locally-owned small businesses are partners in our efforts to reduce our carbon footprint and consciously take care of this beautiful place we call home.

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Breckenridge is home to 300+ restaurants, businesses and organizations.

Green Business Program

To help businesses practice sustainability and other environmentally friendly plans, the town teamed up with the High Country Conservation Center (HC3) to create a green business program.  The program helps businesses reduce energy use, carbon emissions, and waste while improving recycling, composting, and purchasing practices. These businesses save money and have a positive impact on Summit County’s carbon footprint.

Caring for the Environment

In Breckenridge, many of our our local businesses actively take part in reducing our carbon footprint and consciously take care of this beautiful place we call home. We work hard to make recycling accessible, carry reusable water bottles and grocery bags and generally think green.  There are all kinds of really cool ways we’re making a mindful impact in Breckenridge.

Caring for the community

Breckenridge’s local businesses make a big impact on our community supporting local non-profits, providing volunteer hours and supporting local events. While navigating the COVID-19 crisis, our local businesses have stepped in to support our community now more than ever. Explore the goodwill and community support highlighted in the Breck Giving Back program.

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BLike Breckenridge™️ is a movement born of the spirit of our historic mountain town for those who call it home—whether for a weekend or a lifetime—to live by. It is a cause that connects us to each other, that we can all be a part of.