Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce

Member Business Listings

Community and Non-Profit Organizations:

Colorado Native Bird Care and Conservation

Colorado Native Bird Care and Conservation is a 501c3 non-profit wildlife hospital dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of Colorado's orphaned and injured songbirds and bats. We rely 100% on the public for support through donations.  CNBCC also strives to educate the public. Our free K - 5 education program seek to inform children on how to safely coexist with wildlife and how to create healthy urban songbird and bat habitats. 

(303) 823-2326

Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley

Established in 1988, Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International and is in full agreement with that organization’s Foundational Principles. HFHSVV is dedicated to providing simple, decent, affordable housing for low-income families in the towns of Longmont, Lyons, Dacono, Frederick, Firestone, Mead, Niwot, and Erie.

Lyons Community Foundation

The Lyons Community Foundation's mission is to improve the quality of life, build a culture of giving and encourage positive change in the Greater Lyons area.  We fund direct grants that address the unique needs of Lyons Area residents.  Our funding supports three specific areas:

1.  Community Support Grants:  Annual granting cycle that funds projects in the areas of : 

  • Public Health and Human services; the Lyons food pantry
  • Education and youth enrichment
  • Town of Lyons including Parks and Recreation
  • Volunteerism
  • Public art, music and cultural events
  • Historic preservation
  • Animal welfare
  • Environmental sustainability, local ecology, and landscape beautification 

2.  The LCF Rebuild Lyons Flood Food is committed to helping the town recover from the devastating floods of 2013.  The fund has awarded over $1.4 million in grants to help area residents and the town in recovery efforts.  Ongoing work supports rebuilding, recovery and resiliency efforts,    

3.  The LCF Scholarship Funds support local youths in their ambitions to pursue higher education.  There are currently seven scholarships awarded on an annual basis to local students presenting strong leadership and academic abilities. 

(720) 295-9667

Lyons Garden Club

(303) 591-4424

Lyons Lions

Lyons Redstone Museum

The Lyons Redstone Museum (the town’s old schoolhouse built in 1881) is one place in Lyons, Colorado for folks to visit.  It features Lyons history in displays, photographs, and genealogy.  There is also a book sale and gift shop. The Museum is open daily June through September.

(303) 823-6692 /winter (303) 823-5271 /summer

Lyons Regional Library

(303) 819-4937

Red Rock Ramblers

(303) 823-5925

Rocky Mountain Botanical Gardens

(303) 823-5203

The Old Gallery

(303) 747-2906

Art gallery, community center, visitor information (and we have the only public bathrooms between Lyons and Estes Park)

The Wilderness Institute

Programs include outdoor team-building training for organizations, emergency preparedness, safety and first aid services, mobile rock climbing wall, eco-tourism/National Park tours, Adventure Sports Camps, wilderness skills and rock climbing designed for the public and special groups (including people with disabilities, Military Veterans, students, and youth-at-risk). 

Services also include adventure program, challenge ropes course, canopy tours, and climbing wall management, facilitation, installations, safety inspections and instructor training.

(720) 307-3027

Visit Longmont

(303) 776-9011


The Lyons Recorder

The Lyons Recorder is a local historical community newspaper that covers the local news and events of the Lyons area. It is published weekly on Thursdays.
The newspaper was originally founded in 1900 and operated continuously until 1942. It was dark until 1969 when Max and Ada Lou Hammans began 
publishing the paper again. In 1981, Walt Kinderman purchased the paper and continuously ran the paper till it was sold to News Media Corp in 2000. In 2007, 
Gary & Shar Wamsley took over ownership till 2010 when the current owner Lora Gilson and Joseph Lekarczyk purchased the newspaper.

(303) 823-6625

Redstone Review

(303) 823-5855

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