Why Northern Colorado?


Fort Collins-Loveland-Greeley Area (6,655 sq. mile) = 560,893

The Northern Colorado area population has grown approximately 28% over the past 10 years and is expected to grow at least another 8% over the next five years.


City of Fort Collins (53.38 sq. mile) = 146,762
Metropolitan Area = 299,630
4th Largest city in Colorado

“The Choice City”
As the largest city in Northern Colorado, Fort Collins offers the convenience of a small town with all the amenities of a larger city. Fort Collins has been no stranger to the nation’s “Top 10” and “Best 100” lists and for years has been known as “The Choice City”.

Regional Center for Industry 
Fort Collins has a positive income growth and quality educational systems, including Colorado State University, which are driving factors making it the regional center for industry in Northern Colorado. Fort Collins’ economy is mixed between manufacturing, service-related businesses, high-tech, clean energy, bioscience and agri-tech business. Some of the largest employers in Fort Collins are Colorado State University, Hewlett Packard, Poudre Valley Health Systems, Eastman Kodak, Anheuser-Busch, and AMD.

Fort Collins sits in one of the most under-served areas of the U.S.
  • Only 8.2% are members of an Evangelical church.
  • 75% claim no membership in any religion, including Christian, Mormon, Muslim, etc.
  • A mosque is currently under construction for the increasing Muslim population.
  • A Latter Day Saints Temple will soon be constructed for the large and growing Mormon population.
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses have almost 2,000 members and growing.

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