Deaf Owned Businesses in Colorado

Deaf Owned Businesses in Colorado

Are you looking to support your local deaf community? went ahead and did the research for you so you can have access to many of the local Colorado stores that are own by the deaf. See below:

Deaf Business Owners In Colorado

Zetta Marie’s Patisserie – Deaf Owned Business – Loveland CO 
It a bakery. By: Rosetta Stevenson, Loveland, Colorado Zettamariespatisserie{at}

Shelton Computers Repair for Deaf – Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Denver 
I fix computers for cheap rates. I can service Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Denver areas. Call me 682-587-6320 on VideoPhone. Referrals …

Minich’s custom carpentry (Evergreen ColoradoDeaf Owned Business) 
Building new custom homes, remodeling, finish trim, cabinetry, finished basement, woodworking Editor asks: John, thank you for your submission

Julia Cameron’s Magical Mystical Massage Deaf CMT 
I am a deaf Certified Massage Therapist who is a graduate of the internationally acclaimed Boulder College of Massage Therapy and I have also Travelled …

Medical Marijuana + Deaf MMJ patients in Denver, Colorado 
Hello ! We are a reputable medical marijuana dispensary located in downtown Denver, Colorado. We are trying to raise awareness within the Deaf community …

Camrose Artes Infinitae – Longmont, Denver, Deaf Artist 
I am an Artist who does everything from Fine Art Painting and Murals to costumes, masks and photography. In the last few years I have been focusing …

Julia Cameron’s Magical Mystical Massage CMT – Longmont, CO 
I am a Certified Massage Therapist who specializes in Swedish Integrative. I have also trained in Hawaii in Lomi Lomi Hawaiian Massage and here in Colorado …

Legal Shield – Law Help for Deaf in Denver 
Have you ever worked with a lawyer or felt like you needed legal counsel regarding writing or revising your will, purchasing a home or car, your income …

Online ASL Classes | Learn American Sign Language in Denver, CO | Take a Course with Webcam or In Person!  
Jan is not currently accepting more students. Want to learn sign language? Want to learn to communicate with deaf people?? No time to go …

Reger Roofing and Gutter – Deaf Owned Business in Colorado 
Do you have Hail Damage? Wind Damage? Call Reger for Free Estimate for a new roof. 20 Years Experience Greg Reger President of Reger Roofing …

My Blossom Bottom – Deaf Owned Business in Greeley, Colorado 
Cloth Diapers For Healthy Babies and Toddlers! We retail (sell) washable/reusable cloth diapers for newborn through toddler ages. We also educate …

Signing Works – Deaf Sign Language Dolls With Hearing Aids 
My name is Emily Paige and I own Signing Works Inc in California. We make the “I Can Sign” doll and bunny. Our dolls are all hand made in America, …

Deaf Vibe from Denver, CO to Colorado Springs, Colorado 
We work with Deaf clients to help them succeed through two year career colleges and on to a rewarding career. From help making an admissions appointment …

Kat Mills Photography Not rated yet
Hello I am a female Deaf Photographer based in Denver, Colorado. Kat Mills Photography is my photography business name. I provide different photographic …

Custom T-shirts & Hoodies by Royce Not rated yet
I design custom t-shirts and hoodies to your personal preferrence or you can choose from a variety of already designed t-shirts and hoodies. Hoodies …

Convo Not rated yet
We are a Deaf-owned Video Relay Service. Our products are Convo Mobile, Convo Desktop, Convo Web, and Convo Lights. Learn more at!

Farmers Insurance – ASL – Lakewood Not rated yet
I am a Farmers Agent that speaks native ASL. I would be happy to come out and meet with people to review their insurance needs or to file claims with their …

Nice Dream Smoke Shop Not rated yet
We sell tobacco and tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, cigars, hookahs, pipes, etc. We also sell a variety of random things like laundry soap, …

Zetta Marie’s Patisserie Not rated yet
It a bakery. I make Fine European pastries and desserts. My name is Rosetta , but I rather be called Zetta that is my nickname. Phone #: (970) 744-4427 …

Deaf Personal Fitness Training with Brandi – Westminster CO Not rated yet
Greetings! I am Brandi! I am a certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. In addition to being a personal trainer, …

Self-Employee Cleaning Huff – Thornton, CO – Deaf Business Not rated yet
Maid for hire cleaning senior citizen apartment or houses. We can clean bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens.. We also mow the lawn, plant flowers, …

Anna Blueberry Graphic & Media Design Services – Deaf Owned – Colorado Not rated yet
Logo & Branding, Web Design, Print Design -Flyers -Posters -Packaging -Labels -Business cards -Banners -Magazines -Books And more… See …

Littleton, Colorado – Mystique Salon – Signing Hairstylist Not rated yet
I’m Jane Geary. I’m hard of hearing. I’m hairstylist for over 22 years. I recently moved to Littleton from East Bay Area, CA. I work at Mystique Salon …

Deaf Owned Business, Denver, CO – ** Z’s Unique Tiles ** Not rated yet
Custom Designing and Installing Tiles in your kitchen or bathroom. I have a portfolio and come highly recommended by many here in Denver. If interested …

Black Mountain Family Dentistry – Denver, Colorado Deaf-Owned Business Not rated yet
Affordable dental care for the entire family…Always accepting new patients and emergencies welcome! Dr. Danielle Schwartzenberger is a hearing impaired …

Camrose Artes Infinitae Deaf Artist in Denver and Longmont, Colorado Not rated yet
I am a deaf Artist and Photographer who specializes in Body Paint Photo Shoot Portraiture. Please see my website: for …

AutoXGen Review Question Please – Work At Home Opportunity – What Is It Like? Scam? True? Not rated yet
Hi, I do not have a business yet, but I want ask you about this program called AutoXTen, Auto X Ten, Auto X Ten, and also sometimes named Auto Ten 10 … …

Deaf Business – Stampin’ Up Cards, Crafts, and Scrapbooking – Denver-Area Colorado Not rated yet
Are you looking for a Deaf Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator?? Well look no more! I am here to help! My name is Jan Wilson. Itchin’ to learn more about scrapbooking …

IntelliRam – Deaf Owned Business in Denver Colorado Not rated yet
I repair computers and retail store. Response from CO Deaf Team : Thanks for adding your Deaf Owned Business in Colorado, William! Do you …

Recognized For Working in the Deaf Community

Recognized For Working in the Deaf Community

We are only into April and this year has already been full of surprises for me. After working in the real-estate business  for 25 years and working along side the Deaf Community, I was recognized by Realtor Magazine and 303 Magazine.

This is a great accomplishment, not only for me but for the Deaf Community. It brought to light how a lot of Deaf people get taken advantage of by Realtors and Mortgage Lenders because of the communication barrier. This is why I do what I do. I am one of the few bilingual ASL Agents in Colorado and I will do everything I can do make sure my deaf clients are taken care of and are getting the best service possible on all ends.

Please take time to read the articles and contact me if you need help buying, selling or refinancing.

Maria Gallucci

303 Magazine

Realtor Magazine

The Bow Mar Neighborhood

Though small, this town is vibrant and lively. It’s a perfect example of Colorado’s charm, offering the small-town feel with country landscape while still keeping access to the city life.

Bow Mar prides itself in the community it had created, providing year-round activities, clubs, social and recreational activities, geared towards family-friendly fun. They have a high value for volunteering and community work.

Bow Mar’s beginning was agricultural, starting as a community of large farms that provided resources for Denver and Littleton. The town received its name from the combination of two nearby lakes, Bowles Lake and Marston Lake. Both lakes are named after two of the area’s first farmers. The neighborhood was mostly completed by 1950 and officially became Bow Mar in 1958.

Map Of Bow Mar
Bow Mar Lake


Marston Reservoir | Clement Park | Harriman Lake Park | Leawood Park

Area Information

To Downtown……….. 27 min

To DIA…………………. 57 min

To DTC…………………. 20 min

County…………………. Arapahoe/Jefferson

Size…………………….. 0.8 Square Miles

Main Attractions

Bowles Family Farmhouse and Barn | Roxborough Skate Park | Bowles Lake


Photo Credit: Colorado Photo Source

The Polo Grounds Neighborhood

In 1909 the Denver Country Club formed a polo team called the ‘Freebooters’ and began playing on the grounds of the Denver Country Club. Understandably, the club golfers had a bit of a problem with this use, and in 1920 Ira and Albert Humphreys, Lafayette Hughes, and Laurence Phipps incorporated the Polo Club and purchased 160 acres of property for $62,000. Lafayette Hughes created a Polo Club Home Owner’s Association in 1946 in order to protect the remaining residents and to promote their continued privacy and seclusion. Following his death in 1958, 34 acres were sold to create the Polo Club Place Subdivision. By 1977, the former site of the polo club stables were being developed as condominiums and custom built homes.

Today it remains one of the most exclusive and secluded neighborhoods in the city in spite of its proximity to Cherry Creek and Downtown. Interesting that an unassuming, plain brown wooden fence along University Boulevard is now what helps Polo Club maintain its long standing goal of privacy.

Polo Grounds
Map of Polo Grounds


Pulaski Park

City of Brest Park


Area Information

To Downtown………… 15 min

To Cherry Creek Mall… 2 min

To I-25………….………… 8 min

Grocery Store………. Whole Foods


Walk Score: 70   Bike Score: 80

City of Aurora

Making up half of Denver’s population, suburban Aurora is, in size, practically its own city. The city was founded in the 1880s and has a vibrant history. In 1965, Aurora had the first woman mayor of a U.S. city with a population over 60,000, Mayor Norma Walker. The town continues in its tradition of diversity and unique stories.

Aurora is filled with culture, home to people from many backgrounds and countries living in its many subdivisions.

With over 100 parks and nearly 6,000 acres of natural and open spaces, Aurora is a perfect representation of why Denver is so great. Multiple farms, ranches, golf areas, and museums keep Aurora always vibrant and an ever exciting place to live.

Map of Aurora


City Park | Del Mar | Utah | Havana Heights Park | City Center Park | Fairplay Park

Area Information:

To Downtown…………………. 30 min

To DIA……………………………25 min

To DTC……………………………20 min


Size……………………………….154.3 square miles

The Platt Park Neighborhood

The Platt Park Neighborhood is almost an extension of Washington Park. It lies just south of Washington Park on the other side of I-25 and to the west of the DU area. In the last few years, Platt Park has become well known for its pleasant shopping atmosphere & fine restaurants on Old South Pearl Street. The neighborhood is rich with sprawling mature trees, bungalows, Victorians, and pop tops. In recent years we have seen some scraper homes being replaced with new construction homes & duplexes. The Old South Pearl Street Business District in the heart of Platt Park, brightly lit at night by black street lamps reminiscent of old-fashioned gas lamps, is the drawing card of the neighborhood. All establishments are busy all week and jammed on Friday and Saturday nights. Interstate-25 is just a stone’s throw away from Old South Pearl Street and residents can hop on the Light Rail at the Louisiana- Park Light Rail Station.

On sunny spring and summer mornings, residents stroll the street with family and friends and meet new ones while shopping the famous Farmers Market. Decker Library, a branch of the Denver Public Library, is just a few blocks away, snug up against James H. Platt Park. And if you’ve got some little ones ready for or already in elementary school, you can enroll them in the McKinley-Thatcher Elementary School, near Florida and Arizona streets, whose motto is “Soaring Into Literacy.” Platt Park is popular because of it’s beautiful homes, old and new, and its close community feel.

Old Pearl Street
Map of Platt Park



Platt Park

Washington Park


Area Information

To Downtown………… 17 min

To Cherry Creek Mall… 13 min

To I-25………….………… 3 min

Grocery Store………. Whole Foods


Walk Score: 80   Bike Score: 84

City of Arvada

A little bit of everything, Arvada is close to downtown and near mountain towns. It is a city that values community and has a strong neighborhood feel, while also receiving state and national awards for its business retention program.

Residents have easy access to the joys of Colorado living, with over 125 miles of trails. Hiking, biking, running and horseback riding are popular uses of the trails. With over 3,400 acres of open space, Arvada is a city dedicated to the wellness of its community. There is park within a 10 minute walk of every residence in the community .

Olde Town Arvada is full of excellent shopping and dining, with the promise of entertainment and fun. It is a popular space to hangout for residents of the city, and has only grown in popularity over the years, with festival, concerts and more keeping it exciting and ever-changing.

Olde Town Arvada
Map of Arvada


Majestic View Nature Center and Park

Lake Arbor Community Park

Johnny Roberts Memorial Park

Peter Pan Park

Area Information:

To Downtown………………………25 minutes

To DIA………………………………..40 minutes

To DTC………………………………..35 minutes


Size…………………………………….35.8 square miles

Main Attractions:

Arvada Center | Historic Olde Town Arvada | Arvada Historical Society | Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge | Cussler Museum

The Park Hill Neighborhood

Designed to showcase Mayor Speer’s City Beautiful program, Park Hill, located on high ground east of City Park, remains on e of the most coveted neighborhood in Denver. Shaded by stately American Elms, Park Hill’s exquisite thoroughfares, 17th Avenue, Forest, and Montview parkways, are among the most beautiful in the city. Today’s active families will find the charms of this vibrant community to be as compelling as ever.

Park Hill’s international mix of families enjoy short strolls to some of Denver’s finest cultural attractions and shopping. On the west is lake-graced City Park, home to the highly regarded Museum of Nature and Science, Gates Planetarium, IMA Theatre, Denver Zoo, and Municipal Golf Course. Behind the museum, the “H-2-Odyssey” fountain delights children each summer with its sprightly array of water jets shoot geyser-like sprays high overhead.

Although residents enjoy a serene lifestyle sheltered from the urban hubbub, Park Hill is just 10 minutes by car from Downtown, world-renown Cherry Creek Mall Shopping District, and countless retail stores, restaurants, and hotels along Colorado Boulevard.

Park Hill
Map of Park Hill



W.H Ferguson Park

Clayton Park

Skyland Park


Area Information

To Downtown………… 10 min

To Cherry Creek Mall… 10 min

To I-70………….………… 8 min

Grocery Store………. King Soopers


Walk Score: 63   Bike Score: 78

The Observatory Park Neighborhood

Observatory Park offers the charm of a college town, the convenience of a central location, and the serenity of a traditional neighborhood where lovely historic homes and mature shade trees line the picturesque streets. With Denver University being one of the main focal points of Observatory Park you will find this to be a vibrant neighborhood. The newly streamlined I-25 corridor and Light Rail whisks commuters to Downtown, the Central Platte Valley, Denver Tech Center, and Park Meadows Mall. University, Colorado, and Yale also speed residents on their way, but many opt for a quiet stroll to one of the area’s many delightful cafes, coffee bars, restaurants, convenience food outlets, and myriad retail stores.

Reminiscent of old-world villages, the quaint shopping districts at Old South Gaylord and South Pearl Street, offer bookshops, galleries, boutiques, and restaurants. At University Hills Plaza, Chez Artiste, a tri-plex movie house, showcases the finest independent films and foreign language cinema. For first-run features, there’s Colorado Center Stadium 9, at Colorado and I-25 next door to Dave & Buster’s arcade and restaurant. Steeped in Denver history, Observatory Park, a family oriented neighborhood with a dash of spice, offers a zesty blend of modern and traditional lifestyles and architecture.

Observatory Park
Map of Observatory Park



Observatory Park

McWilliams Park


Area Information

To Downtown………… 25 min

To Cherry Creek Mall… 16 min

To I-25………….………… 10 min

Grocery Store………. Natural Grocers


Walk Score: 59   Bike Score: 86

4th of July Party Ideas!

Quickie Garland

08-fourth-of-july-garland-fslTo make your own 4th of July party garland on the cheap, try this trick from Fun Home Things, who cut red, white, and blue plastic tablecloths into strips, and tied them to a set of string lights.

Independence Punch

A drinkable 4th of July flag! Big Bear’s Wife mixed up a patriotic beverage using cranberry juice, blue Gatorade Frost, Diet 7-Up, and ice cubes for a refreshing party cooler.

Flag Canopy


Create a classy canopy and mood lighting for your 4th of July party with this genius idea from Style Me Pretty. Tie red, white, and blue paper streamers onto big-bulb outdoor lights, and hang above a picnic table or a grassy dance space.

Muffin Tin Art Caddy


Vaccuming in High Heels & Pearls created this quick DIY with a muffin tin and some red, white, and blue buttons, beads, and other odds and ends. For a 4th of July party activity, leave it out on a backyard table for kids to string necklaces and bracelets.

Everlasting Snow Cones14-fourth-of-july-snow-cones-fsl

Make snow cones that won’t melt—these beauties are actually Bakerella cupcakes in disguise. A glittery tri-color frosting tops a layered three-color cake that you (and your party guests) have got to see to believe.

Firework Rings


Make fun fireworks accessories with the kids using this tutorial from Fantastic Fun and Learning. Twist together sparkly tinsel stems (or patriotic-color pipe cleaners) to create cute rings.

Cool Soda Bar


Desserts on the 4th of July can be used as party decorations with this sweet soda bar idea from Let’s Dish. Group red, blue, and clear soda bottles on a table with small bowls of striped straws, cherries, sprinkles. After the grill is off, bring out ice cream and let guests make their own ice-cream floats.

Have a safe 4th of July weekend!