Largest City in Boulder County
Acres of Parks & Open Space
Connect over globally-inspired Colorado cuisine or with a craft beer at one of Longmont’s nationally recognized restaurants or breweries. Make a culinary masterpiece of your own with local fare from the Boulder County Farmer’s Market. Soak in the outdoors from a SUP at Union Reservoir or lose (and find) yourself in the Colorado wild. The possibilities are almost endless (and with how quickly the city is evolving, there’s probably at least one new thing to discover since you started reading).
Local Eateries & Cafes
Craft Breweries & Distilleries
Miles of Trails
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CYCLHOPS Bike CANtina
Ute Creek Golf Course
Longmont continues to draw younger families and people who are eager to say "I was there" to see the revolution of one of the hottest up-and-coming communities on the Front Range. Whether you want to surround yourself with the historic, Victorian-era charm of Old Town or the modern edge of Prospect, there are a variety of neighborhoods to choose from—and lifestyles to pursue.
Public & Private Schools
Local & Regional Bus Routes
The pioneering spirit of Colorado is alive and well in Longmont. Innovative startups and global changemakers alike call the city home—SeaGate, DigitalGlobe, and IBM, to name a few. If you’d like to join them, Longmont boasts a booming economy, a vibrant workforce, and a hospitable environment to launch or grow your business. No matter the opportunity you seek, you’ll find it here..
BA or Higher
Nation's Fastest ISP
If you crave the bustling city, Denver is just a short trip down I-25. If you’re looking to get much, much further away, a few minutes more puts you at Denver International Airport. A trip to the mountains is just as easy, with the vastness of Rocky Mountain National Park just 30 miles down Highway 66. No matter where you want to go, you can get there from here.
Miles to Denver
Miles to Boulder
Miles to Fort Collins
Miles to Estes Park
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Boulder County Fair Farmers Market
Saint Vrain Greenway
It has the feel of a small town and a regular sized city, with many who pass by, going to work, to visit family, friends, or passing through.
I have always loved the location of Longmont, the greatness of the residents, and how well everyone works together to support Longmont. It has an up and coming vibe and important innovation like Next Light Gig internet.
I have grown up in Longmont and I can’t imagine living anywhere else. It is a small town, with breweries and activities all over.
I love that whenever/wherever I am in the Longmont area, I see diversity. It is a place that is welcoming to all & that is the most significant reason alone, it is home for me.