Northglenn, CO

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Northglenn, CO

About Northglenn, CO

Northglenn, Colorado is located in Adams County providing its citizens great recreational centers plus multiple shopping options near I-25 & 104th while also having nearby restaurants. Very large metro area set in the plains and high desert of the Rocky Mountains. Primary industries include finance and technology. Also the state capital. - Situated in north-central Colorado, 65 miles north of Colorado Springs and 20 miles east of Boulder..

Location Details

State: Colorado
County: Adams County
Metro Area: Denver-Aurora-Lakewood Metro Area
City: Northglenn
Zip Codes: 80233
Cost of Living: 21.3% higher
Time zone: Mountain Standard Time (MST)
Elevation: 5279 ft above sea level
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The Denver, CO metro area is a place with a lot of history and stunning natural landscapes. It started as a mining town in the mid-19th century when gold was found nearby. This discovery brought many people to the area, and Denver grew quickly. Over time, it became an important spot for trade and transportation in the West.

Denver is located in central Colorado and is known for being close to the Rocky Mountains. This gives the city and surrounding areas beautiful views and lots of chances to enjoy the outdoors. People here love activities like hiking, skiing, and mountain biking because of the easy access to mountains and nature.

The economy in Denver is strong and covers many different areas. There are big companies in aerospace, technology, healthcare, and more. This variety means there are good job opportunities for people with different skills. However, living in Denver can be expensive, especially when it comes to finding a place to live.

When it comes to politics, Denver tends to support more progressive and Democratic candidates. The city is known for caring about environmental issues and social justice. But it's also important to remember that not everyone thinks the same way, and there are many different opinions across the metro area.

Living in Denver means being part of a lively community. There are lots of museums, theaters, and art galleries to explore. The city also has a great food scene with many restaurants and breweries. For sports fans, Denver has professional teams like the Broncos (football) and the Rockies (baseball).

New residents should know about the high altitude of Denver, which is over 5,000 feet above sea level. It might take some time to get used to the thinner air. Also, the weather can change quickly, with hot summers and cold, snowy winters. Because of the growing population, traffic can be busy, and housing prices have been going up.

Overall, Denver offers a mix of city life and nature, with a strong job market and an active outdoor lifestyle. It's a welcoming place, but new residents should be ready for the cost of living and the weather.

Northglenn Cost of Living

About an hour to Colorado Springs, arts & culture, and natural beauty make Northglenn a great place to live.

+25.2% higher than avg
+5.7% higher than avg
$1,920 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
+25.5% higher than avg
Northglenn Crime
45.2 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Pros & Cons of Northglenn
   About an hour to Colorado Springs
High home prices
   Arts & culture
High crime
   Natural beauty
Dry climate
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Over 3 years ago

I lived in Northglenn for 13 years before moving to AZ in 2020. What can I say? The place suffers from what most of America is suffering from. Increasing housing  More

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Northglenn is about 20 miles north of Denver. This small town has a quality of life that feels like time slows down. There is not a big hurry and always time for a  More

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Over 15 years ago

Northglenn is easily one of the best places I've ever lived. The cost of living is relatively low, with pretty good job opportunities in the area. Recreation and  More

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