The 10 Best Places To Live In Colorado For 2020

The 10 Best Places To Live In Colorado For 2020


Colorado is one of the most beautiful places
in the United States to call home. Its booming and diverse economy also attracts
top students and professionals from across the country. Whether you love the outdoors, want to explore
the mountains, or enjoy cultural activities, Colorado can offer it all. If you’re thinking of making Colorado your
new home, we recommend considering these places: 10. Boulder. Known as the gateway to the Rocky Mountains,
Boulder is one of the best places to live in Colorado. Boulder has been named as the happiest place
in the US with its year-round outdoor activities, talented chefs, breweries, and vibrant downtown. With a population that strongly supports environmental
protections, Boulder is considered one of the best cities for liberals. Living in Boulder is like living in a small,
safe, clean beautiful city surrounded by tons of access to nature. Residents here enjoy pristine natural surroundings
which include mountain streams and lush forest areas that provide opportunities to hike,
fish, and bike. Cool mountain breezes of the foothills keep
the city from ever getting too hot in the summer, and winter weather doesn’t start
until late. 9. Denver. Denver’s location at the base of the Rocky
Mountains provides a gateway to a slew of outdoor pursuits,
although it is probably best known for its devout ski and snowboard enthusiasts. Retiring in Denver allows you to have the
best of all possible worlds: a city with cool culture, surrounded by some of the most amazing
scenery in the world. The job market in Denver is especially strong
with an unemployment rate of just over 3%. Numerous industries and sectors have grown
within the city, including biotech, healthcare, finance, and aerospace. 8. Colorado Springs. If you like city life, but also enjoy the
great outdoors, Colorado Springs may be the place for you. The city is a great place to live for professionals,
retirees, and families – thanks to its reasonably priced neighborhoods, low cost of living and
beautiful outdoor parks. It is also known for its robust high-tech
and sports industries. The overall cost of living in Colorado Springs
is slightly more expensive compared with the national average,
but residents spend slightly less than the average American for groceries, utilities,
and transportation. 7. Grand Junction. The largest city in western Colorado, Grand
Junction lies along the Colorado River and has become a major mountain biking destination
for adventurers throughout Colorado and surrounding states. Grand Junction is a small but rapidly growing
city on the western desert slopes of the Rockies. It offers a relatively affordable place to
live, all the amenities of a mid-sized city and fabulous views. The cost of living is just 1% higher than
the national average, and groceries, housing, utilities, and transportation all hover around
national averages. 6. Pueblo. Pueblo is an incredibly affordable city for
retirees to call home. If you’re looking for a particularly affordable
place to live. You’ll find plenty of well-priced homes
in Pueblo. The median home value in Pueblo is almost
$120,000, lower than the national median home value. Residents of this Colorado city enjoy an exceptionally
low cost of living while also benefiting from convenient amenities,
beautiful weather and an abundance of recreational opportunities. 5. Castle Rock. Located between Colorado Springs and Denver,
Castle Rock is one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. The city is known for its top-notch shopping
and dining as well as for its many outdoor recreational opportunities and beautiful parks. With 20 parks and 75 miles of trails, families
can take advantage of nature and stay active year-round. Families move to the area for its excellent
schools, low home prices, safe neighborhoods and great quality of life. Castle Rock is an ideal place for those who
want to raise a family outside the city and enjoy all that scenic Colorado has to offer. 4. Durango. Durango is proud of its diverse culture with
a broad spectrum of lifestyles. People are drawn to Durango from all over
the country. At 6,500 feet, the winters are milder and
summers warmer than higher elevation towns. Job opportunities are as plentiful as outdoor
recreation here: Durango is home to massively successful tech startups. Fort Lewis College is minutes from downtown,
and nationally rated hospitals and medical services are readily available providing active
Durango residents with the key ingredients for a solid home base. 3. Louisville. Nestled right in the center of the Denver-Boulder
corridor, Louisville boasts a low unemployment rate of 3%,
thanks largely to jobs in healthcare, tech, aerospace, and clean energy. Public schools are highly rated, parks are
plentiful and entertainment options are first-rate. Good education and employment opportunities
make this little town very attractive for all young couples,
and it is definitely worth considering when thinking of the ideal place to start a family. 2. Fort Collins. If your idea of a perfect place to live is
surrounded by nature, culture, history, Fort Collins is a great place to live in. Nature lovers can enjoy miles of biking, hiking,
and kayaking. Culture lovers have the town’s historic
buildings, art galleries, live music venues, and events. Located north of Denver, Fort Collins is home
to Colorado State University, several tech companies and plenty of student amenities. High-tech companies are able to draw talented
and well-educated workers thanks to the high quality of life Fort Collins offers. While many students choose to rent, home prices
in Fort Collins are also much cheaper than Denver or Boulder. 1. Aurora. This fast-growing Denver suburb is one of
the most popular places to live in Colorado. Newcomers will find a particularly diverse
population as well as dozens of parks and outdoor recreational spaces. Families and professionals working in the
area have a lot of safe and beautiful neighborhoods to settle down. Though it’s getting more challenging every
day to buy a home, Aurora is one place in the Denver area where it’s still possible. If you’re looking for a job, Aurora has
tons of public and private employers located within its boundaries,
such as the University of Colorado Hospital and Medical Campus, Children’s Hospital
Colorado. Thanks for watching the video, and see you
next time.

Antonio Breitenberg

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13 thoughts on “The 10 Best Places To Live In Colorado For 2020

  1. Bugeanu Florin says:

    Thank you, good time for you. Excellent

  2. Yash Goyal says:

    Beautiful video 😍👌

  3. TECDESIGNS says:

    I love this channel because beyound to show how the U.S is beautiful, have amazing places to live. I'm studying english for several three years and i'm looking for a bettle place to move in United States.
    I love this pleasant country.

  4. Johnny Smith says:

    Colorado has less water than most states. Clearly it not that livable for lives and it's super hot in summer.

  5. Maísa Marques says:

    🔰 I'm Brazilian. I love USA ❤

  6. Rata says:

    Boulder? Is totally unaffordable unless your in the top 1% – what a joke- all the trustee kids begging at gas stations – you obviously have not hung it there and summers are balls hot

  7. nesira mhamed says:

    thank you for what you do

  8. mw10259 says:

    GRAND JUNCTION ? DENVER ? aaaaah NOOOOOOT !!!!!

  9. mw10259 says:

    ACTUALLY ANY PLACE WITHOUT LIBERAL DEMOCRATS IS AN EXCELLENT PLACE TO LIVE

  10. Manny Gonzalez says:

    Boulder? Clean? 😂😂😂😂

  11. Dash Cubing says:

    Henderson

  12. CK Gaming Channel says:

    Stay away from me if you have a cough please.

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