The Clovis MainStreet district is a busy, dynamic place for your business! Once the heart of all shopping in Clovis, the district is now home to breweries and tap rooms, unique niche shops, antiques, recycled goods, restaurants and a wide variety of services. City Hall, the County Administration and Courthouse, Chamber of Commerce, Library and School District Administration are all located here as well as many of our financial institutions.
If you are interested in opening a business in the MainStreet District, we are here to help you in any way that we can. We partner with the Small Business Development Center who provide resources and support to help new entrepreneurs. They have offices at Clovis Community College (417 N Schepps Blvd).
LOCAL RESOURCES & UTILITIES
Driver’s License/Vehicle Registration:
- DMV, 575.762.3732
- Farmer’s Electric, 575.762.4466
- Xcel Energy, 800.895.4999
- Plateau Internet, 575.389.5100
- CenturyLink, 575.942.2965
- Suddenlink, 575.763.4411
- PNM, 575.950.1997
- Alltel Cellular, 575.763.8076
- AT&T, 575.616.5644
- ENMR/Plateau Land & Cell, 575.389.5100
- CenturyLink, 800.244.1111
- T-Mobile, 575.769.8400
- Verizon, 575.517.5000
- City of Clovis, 575.769.2378
- DishNetwork, 888.825.2557
- Direct TV, 800.217.9407
- Suddenlink Cable, 575.763.4411
- EPCOR, 575.763.9126
For more information on doing business in the Clovis MainStreet district, please download our CMSBusinessBrochure.
Currently, there are no financial resources available through our program, but there are sources of capital to assist new businesses:
NM Economic Development Department – Our mission is to improve the lives of New Mexico families by increasing economic opportunities and providing a place for businesses to thrive. https://edd.newmexico.gov/
Small Business Development Center – We offer business advising, training/education, resource materials & referrals for anyone interested in beginning, improving or expanding a small business. http://www.clovis.edu/sbdc/
Acción – Acción extends micro-loans and business training to help small business owners realize their dreams. Acción’s priority is to help those who do not have access to credit from traditional sources. They offer lines of credit from $5,000 to $25,000 and first-time loans up to $20,000 for existing and start-up businesses. Contact: 1-800-508-7624 or http://www.accionnm.org
Enchanted Land Certified Development Corporation (ELCDC) – ELCDC is a certified development company licensed by the Small Business Administration to offer 504 Programs in New Mexico. The SBA 504 Program provides fixed-asset financing from $50,000 to $1.5 million.
Contact: 505-843-9232 or http://www.elcdc.com
Women’s Economic Self Sufficiency Team (WESST Corp.) – WESST Corp. offers consulting, training and support programs as well as loans to small and minority-owned businesses. The typical loan is up to $5,000. Contact: 800-469-3778 or http://www.wesst.org
USDA Rural Development – USDA Rural Development supplies government loan guarantees of 60-90% of loans provided by traditional lenders. Contact: 505-761-4953 or http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/nm