City & County of Boulder
The internationally-known city of Boulder is home to some of the most incredible outdoor views and attractions, including the Flatirons, Boulder Canyon, and Chautauqua Park. With a population of over 100,000, Boulder is the largest city in Boulder County, and it’s easy to see why. With the famous Pearl Street Mall, the University of Colorado at Boulder, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Boulder is an excellent place to live, work, hike, and enjoy life in Colorado.
City of Louisville
Immediately adjacent to Highway 36, Louisville offers a small-town feel for its 18,300 residents who can easily drive to work in Boulder or Denver. Filled with beautiful open spaces, it hosts the Leon A Wurl Wildlife Sanctuary, the picturesque Davidson Mesa Open Space (an off-leash dog park), and the Coal Creek Golf Course. Louisville has been ranked by CNN Money as one of America’s “Best Places to Live” multiple times.
City of Lafayette
Lafayette is a small city in Boulder County with a population of about 24,000. The center of town is at the cross-section of Highway 7 (Baseline Road) and Highway 287 (N. 107th St.). Lafayette is known for its beautiful scenery, outdoor attractions, and opportunities for family-friendly outdoor activities such as paddle boats, fishing, and trails for bird-watching and running. Lafayette is home to Indian Peaks Golf Course, Wanaka Lake Park, and more.
Town of Erie
Erie, Colorado, is a town in Boulder and Weld Counties, with a tight-knit community and a population of just over 18,000. Erie is the proud home of multiple brewing companies, the Colorado National Golf Club, and amazing views of the Front Range, and hot-air balloon events, making it a wonderful place to live and work in Colorado. The Erie Community Center offers residents fitness programs, classes, swimming, sports, and more.
Town of Superior
Superior is a small town just south of the Denver-Boulder Turnpike, offering housing, shopping, disc golf, and other entertainment options very close to both Denver and Boulder. A town with a population of 13,155, Superior is just north of the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge and serves as the trailhead for numerous bike trails, hiking trails, and more.
City of Longmont
Longmont is one of Boulder County’s most beautiful and affordable cities. With more than 1,500 acres of open space and parks, there are amazing opportunities for getting out and enjoying nature. An amazing network of well-maintained bicycle trails allows not only for fun recreation outdoors but also easy and quick bike commutes to and from work. With a population of just over 92,000, Longmont is not too small, and not too big.
City & County of Broomfield
Broomfield, Colorado, is home to many local attractions, employers, and recreational opportunities. With just over 66,000 people, this community is home to the Interlocken Technology Park which hosts some of Colorado’s largest tech employers, including Oracle, CenturyLink, and Ball Corporation. Broomfield is filed with open spaces such as the Omni Interlocken Resort Golf Club, and attractions such as the popular Flatiron Crossing shopping center.
Town of Niwot
Niwot is one of Northern Colorado’s best-kept secrets. Tucked away between Boulder and Longmont, right off the Highly 119 (Diagonal Highway), Niwot has just over 4,000 people in a lush, green part of Colorado that is peaceful and quiet. Though small, Niwot is home to two brewing companies, and the globally-known shoemaker, Crocs, Inc. Only a few miles from some of Colorado’s greatest technology employers, such as IBM, Spectra Logic, and Ricoh, it also offers nearby amenities such as the Boulder Reservoir.