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Longmont, Colorado is the 14th largest community in Colorado with an estimated population of more than 98,711 people. Homes for sale in Longmont, Colorado are approximately forty-four (44) miles north of Denver.Longmont work. Most single-family homes, condos, and townhomes for sale in Longmont are found in zip codes 80501, 80502, 80503, and 80504.

Longmont was founded in 1871 by a group of people from Chicago, Illinois called the Chicago-Colorado Colony. As the first planned community in Boulder County, the city streets were laid out in a grid plan within a square mile. The city began to flourish as an agricultural community after the building of the Colorado Central Railroad line arrived northward from Boulder in 1877.  the federal government built the Denver Air Route Traffic Control Center in Longmont, and IBM built a manufacturing and development campus near Longmont. As agriculture waned, more high technology has come to the city, including companies like Seagate, Intrado and DigitalGlobe. Major employers in Longmont include the Federal Aviation Administration, Longmont Hospital, City of Longmont, Crocs, Circle Graphics and McLane Western. Boulder county is home to a multitude of tech companies where many residents of Longmont work.

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      The St. Vrain Valley School District is the local school district for Longmont, Colorado, and several nearby communities. It is the seventh largest district in the state. St Vrain provides a rigorous academic foundation designed to prepare students for career and postsecondary readiness, offering school of choice and over 70 focus programs ranging from aerospace to visual and performing arts, as well as before and after school programs and enrichment. Longmont is situated between many higher education opportunities including the University of Colorado Boulder or Denver,  Colorado State University, and Front Range Community College Boulder Campus. In nearby towns of Loveland and Greeley are the University of Northern Colorado, Aims Community College and Regis University. Longmont is also home to the Master Instructor Continuing Education Program (MICEP) a voluntary accreditation program for aviation educators.

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      Looking for something to wear, a home purchase, a gift, or just looking to explore, Longmont has all the options covered. In Longmont, the Village at the Peaks is designed to mirror the lifestyle of the Longmont community with a curated mix of large-format anchors, one-of-a-kind services, restaurants and experiences. Downtown Longmont keeps it local, located on Main Street with innovative businesses, authentic people, tangible history, and Colorado’s best craft culture. Longmont supports a thriving craft brewing industry as well as many recreational and travel-related businesses. Local breweries include two of the nation’s largest craft brewers, Left Hand and Oskar Blues, as well as 300 Suns, Bootstrap, Collision, Großen Bart, Shoes & Brews, Pumphouse, and Wibby Brewing.  Longmont is known for its ‘maker’ community and includes businesses such as Colorado Aromatics Skin Care, Magic Fairy Candles, Robin Chocolates and Haystack Mountain Cheese. Longmont also features a Saturday Farmers Market.

      If you have a need for more, travel a short distance to Boulder or Denver to shop and dine at world-class restaurants and malls. National brands and retail stores are featured in indoor or outdoor shopping which will afford choices in all things whether it is fashion or the outdoors.

      Boulder County Fairgrounds located in Longmont, offers rural and urban residents facilities for trade shows, animal and livestock shows, fairs, rodeos, picnics and large meetings. The Boulder County Fair  supports youth programs, agricultural heritage and traditions, and showcases youth work with exhibits and livestock.

      Are you into sports? Check out CSU Ram’s division 1 football and basketball teams, or the Colorado Eagles ice hockey. Just an hour drive south are the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, Denver Nuggets, and Colorado Avalanche sports teams.

      Arts and Culture

      Longmont is home to an extensive arts and entertainment scene that includes galleries, teaching studios, performance stages, theaters and music venues. Take in a performance by the Longmont Symphony Orchestra, browse Art in Public Places with permanent and temporary art installations throughout the city or visit the Longmont Museum & Cultural Center which hosts interactive programs and family-friendly exhibits year ‘round. Ballet, theater and chorale are performed in Longmont. Wish to see a national performance? Travel a half hour to the Performing Art Center in Denver or the University of Colorado in Boulder for Broadway entertainment or Shakespeare on the greens. Stay local for The Firehouse Art Center, Longmont’s leading contemporary art center featuring national and local artists with over a dozen exhibitions a year. A cornerstone of the Longmont Creative District, educational programs, events and membership programs  support creativity for all.


      With Colorado’s 300+ days of sunshine per year, residents in Longmont enjoy spending their time outdoors. The city of Longmont provides open space and trails, as well as a system of parks for residents and visitors to recreate, observe and enjoy. Creeks, lakes, and ponds with the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop provide natural outdoor recreation. Union Reservoir offers boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, camping, fishing, picnicking, and windsurfing. Fishing at Button Rock Reserve, Golden Ponds Nature Area, Dawson or Flanders Park is maintained and regulated by the city. Longmont has three municipal golf courses with spectacular views of the Rockies. Ute Creek golf course is a premier 18-hole par 72 championship course. Community parks such as Sandstone Ranch offer skate parks, adventure playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, and ball fields. If adventure is needed, Mile-Hi Skydiving Center caters to beginners and pros, with over 30,000 jumps recorded every year.

      Outdoor adventure sports are available locally for climbers, hikers, bikers, and skiers just a short distance to the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Eldora ski area is an hour away, Boulder canyon 45 minutes, premiere ski resorts two hours. Whatever you desire, it is accessible from Longmont.

      Need help finding a new home for sale in Longmont? Contact our team, which specializes in Longmont new construction real estate. We have facilitated the sale of more than $300 million in home sales and have built hundreds of new homes in Colorado. We represent home buyers, sellers, and builders. If you are looking to build, we are experts in residential development land and lots in Longmont and can help you find the right builder.  New Homes Colorado is the only tool that is designed to help you search for new homes, recently sold homes and real estate and help you understand Longmont housing market research and home price trends.