Longmont Neighborhood Highlights

Named for the majestic western view of Long’s Peak, 22-square-mile Longmont stretches north and west, providing convenient access to Boulder, Fort Collins, Denver and the mountains.

An approachable commute, affordable homes and 1,500 acres of green parks have earned Longmont numerous awards, including a spot among CNN’s Top 100 Best Places to Live.

The once sleepy agricultural area is picking up speed with a booming tech job scene and a growing downtown and creative arts district.

Bike paths, locally owned restaurants and plenty of opportunities for young professionals round out Longmont’s offerings. Wide ranging real estate spans historic 1800s residences to new townhome and condo construction.


• Union Reservoir

• Art in Public Places Program

• 25 neighborhood parks

• 3 public golf courses


• Light Rail: B Line (in the works, pending funding)

• DIA Drive Time: 43 minutes

• Union Station Drive Time: 40 minutes

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