Boulder  - Boulder is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, just 35 miles northwest of Denver. Home of the University of Colorado main campus and the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder sits 5,430 feet above sea level and is surrounded by a greenbelt of city trails and open spcae. Boulder is known for its natural beauty, outdoor recreation, natural product retailers and restaurants, outstanding alternative transportation options, diverse businesses, and technological and academic resources.

Broomfield - Broomfield offers a prime location, situated within the north metro area between Denver and Boulder along U.S. 36/Boulder Turnpike up to the north I-25 corridor, beyond Colorado 7. Our location offers a short 20-minute drive to both Denver and Boulder, and less than 40 minutes to Denver International Airport -- a quick trip when friends and family come to visit!  The local, 24-hour general aviation airport right next door - Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport - is a big business advantage, too. There are exceptional school systems, with both public and private offerings, that combine the latest in education's creative and innovative teaching methods. Higher education is nearby - CU at Boulder and Denver, Metro State College and Front Range Community College are just down the road. There are currently 63 parks boasting amenities like therapeutic sensory playgrounds, tennis courts, baseball, softball, and soccer fields, park shelters for fun family gatherings, and more. There is never a time in Broomfield when someone isn't out enjoying the beauty of an open space area, a walk or a run on our trails, a visit to a park, an athletic event, or just a quiet moment under a tree in a park.

Erie - Erie, once home to coal mines, railroads and agriculture, today is a vibrant community comprised of many friendly neighborhoods. One of our friendliest neighborhoods is the Historic Downtown Business District. Downtown is the home of eclectic businesses and wonderful eateries. We invite you to take a stroll down Briggs Street to discover for yourself why Downtown Erie is swiftly becoming a restaurant destination for folks who love to eat great food. Downtown also plays host to some of our most colorful annual events such as the Erie Town Fair, the High School Homecoming Parade, the Erie Erie 10k Halloween race, Biscuit Day and Oktoberfest. Downtown, like much of Erie, retains a comfortable small-town atmosphere that says "welcome".

Lafayette - Lafayette has a rich cultural heritage, unique neighborhoods, a vibrant economy and easy access to an active lifestyle. it is a community that cherishes its distinct hometown feeling, while maintaining and developing the benefits that come with today's very best technology.

Longmont - Longmont located within Boulder County, is a city with 22 square miles, over 300 days of sunshine, and a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. Longmont sits at an elevation of 4,979 feet above sea level. With over 1500 acres of parks and open space, Longmont is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Longmont is also home to several high-tech companies and a vibrant restaurant scene. It is conveniently located 37 miles from Denver, 16 miles from Boulder, and 30 miles from the scenic Trail Ridge Road in the Rocky Mountain National Park.

Lyons - Lyons is located at the entrance to both the North and South St. Vrain Rivers, only twenty miles east of Rocky Mountain National Park. Beautiful red cliffs border the town, which features enough amenities to be comfortable but still enjoys a traditional small-town atmosphere. The town is bordered to the north by active and abandoned quarries, which provided the district with the unique Lyons sandstone that has been used in many historical and architecturally significant structures across the nation.

Louisville - City of Louisville is a Colorado municipality with over 19,000 residents. The City, incorporated in 1882, lies in Boulder County roughly six miles east of the City of Boulder and 25 miles northwest of Denver. Louisville was founded in 1882 by immigrant coal miners. The old wooden buildings downtown still give the place the feel of a small frontier town. Louisville's economy is decidedly 21st century: Technology firms are the area's mainstay. Outdoor life is spectacular. Louisville's own 26-mile wooded biking and running path winds through much of town. On summer Friday nights, residents head to the fairgrounds for concerts, craft booths and food.

Nederland - Nederland, Colorado is a small western town located in the Rocky Mountains at 8236 feet above sea level. The town is about 15 miles west of Boulder and a special place for people who love the outdoors. Nederland's open space provides some of the best hiking, biking, running and cross country ski trails in Boulder County and is just minutes from Eldora Ski Area. Fishing is a popular sport at the Barker Reservoir. Come visit the shops and dine at the friendly cafes and restaurants. Participate in the many fun festivals such as Nedfest or Miner's Days or come race in an athletic event such as the Neder-Nederland run.

Niwot - Beautifully nestled along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, between Boulder and Longmont Colorado, Niwot is an enchanting community combining a nostalgic and rich historic past with all the conveniences of present day. Niwot Colorado's Second Avenue is a designated Historic District. Old Town, as it is known, features charming Victorian buildings and landscaping. The beauty of the Old Town section invites visitors to stroll along the avenue where they will discover the many treasures Niwot has to offer, including gourmet restaurants.  At the east end of Second Avenue, a modern shopping center, known as Cottonwood Square, features a market, gift shops and local gathering places.

Superior - The Town's largest residential development is known as Rock Creek Ranch. Although the land was subdivided in 1987, development continues today. Over 2700 single-family homes and 1800 multi-family homes have been developed in Rock Creek swelling Superior's population to over 12,000.  Future development plans of the Town include commercial development, retail development, multi-family residential units, and single family homes. The Town is approximately four square miles in area has 594 acres of parks, greenspace, and open space and 27 miles of trails.