Longmont, CO Location Overview

Longmont is a home rule municipality located in Boulder and Weld counties of Northern Colorado’s Front Range. It is 30 miles north of Denver and 13 miles northeast of Boulder. Founded in 1871 by a group from Chicago, the municipality was named after Longs Peak, a prominent 14,259 ft mountain that is visible from the area, named in honor of mountaineer, Stephen H. Long. As of the 2020 U.S. Census, Longmont had a population of 98,885 and is a part of the Boulder MSA (330,758 people) and the Greeley MSA (328,981 people).

Longmont offers excellent access to outdoor recreation with numerous paths and trails including the St. Vrain Greenway which winds through the town along the St. Vrain Creek, Rabbit Mountain Open Space, and St. Vrain State Park. The area is also home to three municipal golf courses (Sunset, Twin Peaks, and Ute Creek) which offer excellent mountain views and cater to all levels of skill. If heading to the mountains, Rocky Mountain National Park is just under an hour west as well as numerous world-class skiing resorts including Boulder County’s, Eldora Mountain Resort. Besides outdoor activity, Longmont offers an extensive arts, entertainment, restaurant, and brewery scene. Visit two of the nation’s largest craft brewers, Left Hand Brewing Company and Oskar Blues Brewery, both of which are headquartered in Longmont.

The city is also home to several, large tech firms including Seagate (2022 revenue: $11.7 billion), Micron Technology (2022 revenue: $27.15 billion), DigitalGlobe (2022 revenue: $655 million), Left Hand Robotics, Xilinx, and more. Longmont benefits from having citywide gigabit internet service without data caps. This is attractive to large tech companies and start-ups.

Longmont is easily accessible by almost all the Northern Colorado Front Range. US Highway 287, also known as Main Street, runs through the center of downtown and continues north to Loveland (16 miles) and Fort Collins (30 miles) and south to Denver (30 miles). State Highway 119 crosses south of downtown and continues southwest to Boulder (13 miles) and east to Interstate 25 (5 miles), which runs north-south across the entirety of the state. As for public transit, the RTD (Regional Transportation District) system provides bus services to Boulder and Denver and the FLEX system services Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud, and Boulder. Regarding air travel, the Denver International Airport (DIA) is just 40 miles southeast as well as several local airports including Longmont Municipal Airport, Boulder Municipal Airport, and Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.

Longmont, CO

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  • The city is also home to several, large tech firms including Seagate, Micron Technology, DigitalGlobe, Left Hand Robotics, Xilinx, and more.
  • Longmont benefits from having citywide gigabit internet service without data caps. This is attractive to large tech companies and start-ups.
  • Proximity to many airports including Denver International Airport (DIA) as well as several local airports including Longmont Municipal Airport, Boulder Municipal Airport, and Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.

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