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  • We have five award categories this year and we’ve made the voting process easy for you. We’re asking all Chamber members to vote for candidates that our Board of Directors has nominated in the Outstanding Citizen of the Year and Community Organization of the Year, and to nominate/vote for one candidate in each of the remaining three categories: New Business of the Year, Small Business of the Year, and People’s Choice Business of the Year. Just click on the link below to start your voting. Your nomination is your vote! 


    All Chamber members in good standing are eligible for these awards; if you’re not sure if your favorite business is a Chamber member, you can check our website.


    Just click on the link below to get started. Please share this email with other employees, volunteers, and Board members in your Chamber-member business, as we would like to engage as many of our Chamber members as possible.


    If you have any questions about the Awards and the voting, please contact info@brightonchamber.com or 303-659-0223.

  • United Power

    • Utilities
    500 Cooperative Way
    Brighton, CO 80603
    303-659-2172 (fax)
    7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
    • About

      Headquartered just east of I-76 in Brighton, United Power provides electricity to more than 69,000 meters. Cities and towns supplied in whole or part by United Power include Brighton, Ft. Lupton, Hudson, Keenesburg, the tri-town area, Erie, Broomfield and Thornton. In addition to a large front range territory, United Power supplies power to a non-contiguous territory in the Coal Creek and Golden Gate Canyon area in the foothills. The growth territory includes some of the Denver metro area?s fastest growing communities in this decade.

      Local control is hallmark of the rural electric industry, and United Power is no exception. The cooperative is overseen by a member-elected board of directors, which works in tandem with our staff to provide power throughout our growing territory. Customer-members enjoy the ability to have a voice in the operation of their electric cooperative ? by voting in annual director elections, running for a board seat, or through a number of member committees providing educational opportunities. Something as simple as maintaining local offices is key to our customer outreach efforts.

      Commitment to the communities we serve is illustrated in a number of ways. Sponsorships of community events, support of local economic development groups and chambers, and active participation in local government, helps the cooperative better meet the growing needs of the communities we serve. Understanding each city or town?s growth plans helps United Power plan for the future. United Power actively supports local projects and events, and encourages our entir

    • Directions

      Located on the frontage road east of I-76 between Bromley and Bridge.

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