Incorporated in 1995, the City of Lone Tree
is located approximately 15 miles south of
downtown Denver along Interstate 25. Lone
Tree has countless modern amenities and
provides a distinct balance between small town
living and urban liveliness. The city’s popula-
tion in 2014 was about 12,720. Shoppers love
the nearby Park Meadows Retail Resort and
Cabela’s, an extensive park and trail system,
low sales tax rates and no municipal property
tax assessment makes the City of Lone Tree
a very desirable place to live and shop. Lone
Tree’s blue skies, beautiful surroundings, excel-
lent recreational opportunities and flourishing
economic community are the first things many
people notice about the city.
The city’s motto, “It’s a great day to be in Lone
Tree,” encompasses the overall sense of pride
community members share with the city and
with one another. Residents and visitors of
all ages enjoy a diverse range of activities and
facilities including the Lone Tree Summer
Concert Series, the Lone Tree Library, an
extensive trail network and first-rate shopping.
Lone Tree’s location provides convenient
access to highways, bus and light rail service,
and air transportation from Denver Interna-
tional Airport and nearby Centennial Airport.
New housing options meet the needs of a wide
range of income levels and personal tastes.
Parker, located with easy access to the Denver
City of Parker:
metropolitan area, is known for its unique
Western-Victorian downtown and its home-
town feel. The town was founded in 1864
and incorporated in 1981. Parker is one of
the fastest growing communities in Colorado.
Residents enjoy a host of amenities, including
200 acres of developed parkland that include
an equestrian park, 12 miles of concrete paved
trails, more than 700 acres of open space, a
state-of-the-art recreation center, an arboretum,
and the historic Cherokee Ranch and Castle,
which includes a Scottish-style castle with acres
of open space. The Parker Cultural Commis-
sion also features a variety of family arts events.
Parker Area Chamber
Douglas County is one of the fastest
growing counties in the United States.
Although it continues to grow, it is also
committed to preserving the area’s
natural beauty and open space