LoDo Membership Benefits 

LoDo District, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Registered Neighborhood Organization focused on the preservation and improvement of Lower Downtown Denver.

Membership dues are considered a tax-deductible donation for individuals and businesses. 


Promote your brand and increase visibility through our advertising outlets, including newsletters, website and social media.


Attend committee meetings and neighborhood networking events to begin connecting with your neighbors and start opening up opportunities.


Learn all about the history of the district, new developments, and exciting future plans through organizational meetings, events, and our newsletter.


Be a voice for the community and advocate for LoDo’s future through positions on our committees and Board of Directors.

LoDo Member Testimonials 

“I joined LoDo District because as a small business owner, I wanted to stay informed about what was happening in the neighborhood. I also wanted to have “a say” in what was going on in the neighborhood. What I didn’t know when I first became a LoDo District member is that I had joined an amazing community full of passionate residents and business owners. We all share a common goal of protecting the history of LoDo while also embracing its future. Getting involved with LoDo District has been one of the most rewarding and valuable experiences I’ve had both personally and professionally.”
Jarrod Perrott

Owner , 5280 Custom Framing

“With the South Platte River and Cherry Creek providing borders of the LoDo District, it is important that these waterways continue to contribute to the neighborhood while the neighborhood continues to contribute to these amenities. As a resident of Denver, LoDo is a constant destination for my wife and I. From eating dinner at one of the many amazing restaurants to visiting an art gallery or catching a Rockies game, LoDo provides many attractive ways to spend an afternoon or an evening. As an employee of The Greenway Foundation, LoDo is an important piece of the revitalization of the South Platte River and the Cherry Creek. Without a comprehensive focus on both LoDo and the river and the creek, they all stand to suffer.”
Ryan Aids

Manager, The Greenway Foundation

“I am a LoDo property owner and local resident, and I rely on LoDo District, Inc. to help me stay ahead of issues that impact my property and my neighborhood. As a volunteer Board member, I appreciate the chance to share ideas with others to work collectively toward improving LoDo as a place to live, work, and play. “
Jim Theye

Manager, Kentwood Properties

LoDo Membership Levels

FAQs About A LoDo Membership

Please email info@lodo.org for additional information.

What are the boundaries of the District? Are there strict boundaries?
We at the LoDo District like to say that “LoDo is a state of mind”. While there are strict boundaries of the Historic District for zoning and character preservation purposes, we have member businesses all over downtown Denver. The historic district’s boundaries are Wynkoop Street to the West, 20th Street to the north, Larimer Street to the East, and Speer Boulevard to the South.
What does The LoDo District do?
We’re a Registered Neighborhood Organization that represents both the residential and commercial communities, and functions as a LoDo-specific chamber of commerce, visitor’s bureau, advocacy agent, and marketing entity.
What does my membership donation go toward?
The LoDo District receives no government funding and depends entirely on member donations to fund all projects, initiatives, events, and communications.  Membership dues go directly toward community impact and operational costs.
What is LoDo Cares and how can I give back in my community?
LoDo Cares is a philanthropic organization that partners the LoDo District with the LoDo Neighborhood Association (LoDoNA) to give back to the neighborhood in a variety of ways.  Cherry Creek clean-ups, partnerships with Women’s Homelessness Initiative and Showers for All, and events at the Barth Hotel assisted living are just a few ways we engage people from diverse backgrounds to come together meaningfully to make a difference in LoDo.
How does The LoDo District connect people in LoDo?
We host a variety of networking events, including member gatherings and happy hours, and encourage members to see spaces they may have never had access to via our member businesses. Committee meetings are a great way to connect with our network of business leaders and property owners in Lower Downtown.