Denver has a lot going for it these days.
A thriving economy and low unemployment rate, the largest public park
system in the U.S., 300 days of sunshine
each year, and plentiful opportunities to
be active in the outdoors are just a few
of the features drawing families from
around the country to relocate to metro
Denver each year.
The metro area’s highly educated
workers have high household incomes
and Colorado historically has had a low
tax rate, which has kept the area’s cost
of living near the national average. The
cost of living in metro Denver is well
below that of many other major cities.
Another savings comes in the form of
metro Denver’s low utility rates, among
the cheapest of any major city in the
More people are discovering the high
quality of life that is possible in the
metro Denver area. This information
will help Denver newcomers adjust to
the area, leaving them free to enjoy
their new home.