Longmont & Surrounding Communities


Longmont has twice been listed on Money Magazine’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in the United States. Located in Boulder County, the city spans 22 square miles and is home to approximately 86,000 people. more >>


Boulder, in Boulder County, is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, 35 miles northwest of Denver. Boulder is known for its natural beauty, outdoor recreation, a booming business hub and home for the University of Colorado. more >>


Located in southwest Weld County, Dacono is one of the fastest growing communities along the Front Range corridor. The town offers rural, small town living within easy commute to I-25 and big city access. more >>

Denver and Surrounding Areas

Urban sophistication meets outdoor adventure in the Mile High City. more >>


“Your Future is Here.” Erie, located in Boulder County, has been referred to as a community where residents experience a quality of life within a diverse and dynamic community in a contemporary pace of life that appeals to all ages. more >>


Firestone’s Mission Statement is: Firestone, located in Weld County, is a unique community of citizens, businesses, and governments that are united in creating a stable, safe, prosperous, and healthful environment in which to live, work, worship, learn, recreate, and exercise the rights and freedoms provided by the United State Constitution. more >>

Fort Lupton

Fort Lupton, “Where Traditions Build the Future.” Fort Lupton, in Weld County, is located at the crossroads of State Highway 52 and US Highway 85 along the scenic South Platte River in southern Weld County. Residents of Fort Lupton experience small town quality of life within easy commute of numerous large cities. more >>


Frederick, located in Weld County, tagline is a “Growing community in the northern front range of Colorado at the center of commerce, industry, and education.” Frederick has experienced dynamic growth and offers a bright future that is appealing to growing families. A family oriented community within easy commute to big city conveniences. more >>


Johnstown’s Mission Statement: “The Mission of the government of the Town of Johnstown is to provide leadership based upon trust and integrity, commitment directed toward providing responsive service delivery, and vision for enhancing the quality of life in our community.” more >>


Lafayette located in Boulder County, “Welcome Statement” is: Lafayette’s panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains inspires our view into the future. We value our heritage, our unique neighborhoods, a vibrant economy, and active lifestyles. We envision a future that mixes small town livability with balanced growth and superior City services. more >>


Louisville, in Boulder County, according to Money Magazine is the #1 Best City to Live in the United States. Their mission statement is: To advance the economic, business, cultural and civic welfare of the City of Lousiville and its citizens. Please visit the City of Louisville’s website for detailed information on the “Best City to Live in the United States.” more >>


Loveland, located in Larimer County, is the “Gateway to the Rockies” and is also known as America’s “Sweetheart City.”
Loveland has been billed as the “Arts & Hearts” capital of Colorado. Loveland was voted the number one place in the nation to “Revitalize you Life” by AARP Magazine, and the 100 Best Small Art Towns in America. more >>


Milliken in Weld County is known as the “Hub of Northern Colorado”. It is located six miles east of I-25 on Colorado Highway 60. The residents of Milliken experience small town living in a peaceful rural setting. Milliken has been referred to as a growing community for growing families. more >>


Niwot, located in Boulder County, is known to the local residents as an enchanting, vintage community with a rich historical past with present day conveniences. Old Town Niwot has been designated a Historic District. more >>


The Town of Platteville, “Small Town Atmosphere with Big Town Vision” is located at the intersection of US Highway 85 and Colorado Highway 66. It is one of the oldest communities in Weld County. At one time, it was the hunting grounds of nomad tribes and Cheyenne Indians. more >>

Prospect – New Town

Prospect, in Boulder County, is Colorados first New Urbanist community, which is located on an 80 acre tree farm within the City of Longmont. more >>


Superior, located in Boulder County, was named after the “superior” quality of coal found in the area. The town has a rich history in the coal mining industry. It has since evolved into a quiet ranching and farming community. more >>

Town of Berthoud

Residents of Berthoud refer to their town as “Colorado’s Garden Spot” where good things grow. The residents experience a quality of life enjoyed by past and present generations within a blend of quaint Victoria homes, new housing developments, tree lined streets and where everyone knows everyone. Berthoud has been referred as “small town” Main Street USA. more >>

Town of Lyons

Lyons is proud to claim the title of “The Double Gateway to the Rockies”, the land of Lyons sandstone, in “Red Rimrock Country”. The town is located in Boulder County, at the junction of the North St. Vrain Highway 36-66 and the South St. Vrain Highway 7, either of which leads to Estes Park. more >>

Town of Mead

“A Little Town with a Big Future”. Mead located in Weld County is known for the “Highland Ditch Company” and its reservoir system which was one of the first farm irrigation systems in the country and was, at that time, a subject of wide agricultural study at many of the country’s agricultural education systems. more >>


Family Circle Magazine has named Windsor as one of the “Best Towns for Families”. Windsor is a community that combines big-city opportunities with suburban charm all within a setting of wide-open spaces, top-rated schools and quality of life. more >>