Louisville in Colorado can be said to be one of the best places to raise a family in Colorado. This town has a vast history dating back to 1877. It started its existence as a mining town. It made the transition to a suburban residential community in the 1950s.
Louisville has been recognized multiple times over the years as one of the best places to live and raise a family in the United States. It has been recognized in the coveted list of Money magazine as the best place to raise a family in July 2011, July 2009, August 2007 and July 2005.
Crime rates in Louisville are the lowest in all of Colorado. There are good jobs opportunities in tech, aerospace, clean energy and health care to be found here. The schools are well ranked. Also there are 26 city parks and its public library has had one of the highest circulation rates in the State of Colorado. Another great fact about Louisville is that real estate prices haven’t changed much since 2005. A three bedroom house here is cheaper compared to nearby options in Boulder. Because of low crime rates, good schools and good job opportunities Louisville is one of the best place to raise a family in Colorado.
Fort Collins, also known as a “biker’s paradise” is also one of the best places to raise a family in Colorado. When we say bikers we don’t mean the beer guzzling variety we mean cyclist. Fort Collins has 29 miles of well used trails. When mentioning beers it is important to mention that the town has become a high end microbrew mecca. New Belgium Brewery is based in this entrepreneurial town. Fort Collins is also home to Colorado State University and a Hewlett-Packard Complex. Fort Collins made it to the number one position in Money Magazine’s list in 2006.