Everything you need to know about moving to Denver, Colorado.

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Arvada

Arvada

Arvada is located near downtown Denver, Denver International Airport and mountain communities. Residents enjoy beautiful views of mountains, lakes and valleys with easy access to mountain recreation.

Aurora

Aurora

Aurora is Colorado’s third-largest city and is spread across three counties—Arapahoe, Adams and Douglas—with approximately 85 percent of its residents making their homes in Arapahoe County.

Boulder

Boulder

Located northwest of downtown Denver, Boulder offers a quality of life that appeals to people who are physically active, as well as those who love the arts, education, and solitude.

Brighton

Brighton

Located 20 miles northeast of downtown Denver on the edge of the eastern Colorado plains, Brighton offers a small-town atmosphere and a rich history. The city provides diverse neighborhoods, including new home developments and established homes with large acreage.

Castle Rock

Castle Rock

Cradled in the Crowfoot Valley, Castle Rock is located 30 miles south of downtown Denver and about the same distance north of Colorado Springs. Settled in the 1870s and incorporated in 1881, the city’s historic downtown is the center of several planned developments.

Commerce City

Commerce City

Commerce City, an industrial and warehousing center, recently expanded its boundaries creating a surge of new home construction. The city offers affordable housing options, including single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes.

Denver

Denver

Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountain region, Denver is at the center of numerous economic activities including business, services, transportation, government, product distribution, workforce, entertainment, shopping, and cultural and sporting events.

Englewood

Englewood

Centrally located just south of the metro Denver area, Englewood is a mix of residential and business properties, coupled with parks and open space.

Erie

Erie

Located in Boulder and Weld counties less than 25 minutes northeast of Denver, Erie offers residents a small-town atmosphere that’s close to metro area amenities.

Federal Heights

Federal Heights

Federal Heights is located north of Denver along I-25 and U.S. 36. The city’s neighborhoods include Northborough, Legacy Heights and Federal Plaza.

Firestone

Firestone

Just north of Denver, Growing Firestone community offers regional amenities, open spaces and spectacular views of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains making it a popular community people choose to call home.

Glendale

Glendale

Glendale is a high-density, mixed-use community with a vibrant retail trade that contributes to the city’s strong economic base. Residents enjoy being part of a vibrant, cosmopolitan community, as well as the advantages and conveniences of a small city government.

Golden

Golden

Located at the mouth of Clear Creek Canyon in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Golden is home to both the Colorado School of Mines, a world-renowned elite engineering school, as well as the 131-year-old Molson Coors Brewing Company.

Greenwood Village

Greenwood Village

Located south of Denver and Cherry Hills Village, Greenwood Village is a residential community that also includes nationally recognized business parks.

Highlands Ranch

Highlands Ranch

With an impressive network of outdoor recreation amenities including four state-of-the-art recreation centers, numerous parks and community gardens, golf courses, over 70 miles of hiking and biking trails and thousands of acres of open space, Highlands Ranch is home to active people who use their amenities throughout the year.

Lafayette

Lafayette

Lafayette is located 18 miles north of Denver and 10 miles east of Boulder, assuring access to major businesses and amenities.

Lakewood

Lakewood

Lakewood is located just minutes from Denver along the western edge of the metro area and against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The city has more than 80 parks, including Bear Creek Lake Park – the city’s largest with 2,600 acres.

Littleton

Littleton

Located south of downtown Denver, Littleton has a history that dates back more than 110 years and offers a small-town environment with all the benefits of a large metro area.

Lone Tree

Lone Tree

A relatively young city, Lone Tree is filled with countless modern amenities and provides a distinct balance between small town living and urban liveliness.

Longmont

Longmont

Located in the northeast corner of Boulder County, Longmont provides spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. Most of the residences in the city are single-family detached homes.

Louisville

Louisville

Located 25 miles northwest of Denver and six miles east of Boulder, Louisville is about 10 miles east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Incorporated in 1882, the city has a rich history, which is documented in the Louisville Historical Museum.

Loveland

Loveland

Nestled in the foothills of Colorado’s dynamic Rocky Mountains, Loveland is a gathering place for those that love life, adventure, romance, family and creativity.

Northglenn

Northglenn

Located nine miles north of Denver, Northglenn was originally started as a planned community in 1959. The plan called for acres of open space for park and recreation development along with residential, industrial, educational and commercial plans.

Parker

Parker

Located 20 miles southeast of Denver, Parker was founded in 1864 and incorporated in 1981. The city sits at an elevation of 5,900 feet above sea level and is one of the fastest growing communities in Colorado.

Superior

Superior

The Town of Superior is located northwest of downtown Denver on U.S. 36—about a 30-minute drive—and six miles east of Boulder. Throughout most of the 1990s, Superior was the fastest growing municipality in Colorado.

Thornton

Thornton

Residents of Thornton have easy access to the more than 25 major resort areas found in the nearby Rocky Mountains for skiing, hiking, rafting and camping, and beautiful, breathtaking views.

Westminster

Westminster

Located along U.S. 36, the city is centrally positioned between Denver and Boulder and enjoys easy access to entertainment and recreation throughout the metro area.

Wheat Ridge

Wheat Ridge

Located in the northwestern area of the metro Denver region, Wheat Ridge is a residential community nestled on rolling land with tree-lined streets.

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