|Westminster, Colorado, of
Adams County, is located conveniently close to both Denver and Boulder. It is within reach
of major educational facilities, major business centers and everything else that the
metropolitan area has to offer.
The city is equipped with 40 miles of outdoor trails, 4 golf courses, 50
developed parks with playground facilities and playing courts.
The Westminster Promenade includes something for everyone. It is a unique outdoor
entertainment complex oriented around pedestrians. It includes things such as an AMC 24
Theater, the Sun Microsystems Ice Centre, and many restaurants and retail shops.
The City of Westminster's Open Space
Program has preserved approximately 2,355 acres of natural open space throughout the City
including the preservation of the major creek corridor such as Big Dry Creek, Walnut Creek
and Little Dry Creek. These are linear corridors that stretch for miles. In total, the
City and its neighboring jurisdictions are preserving over 16,000 acres in Boulder,
Broomfield and Jefferson Counties to our west.
Westminster is home to the Butterfly
Pavilion and Insect Center, a top attraction in the Denver area. It offers a truly
exciting and unique experience. Discover the diverse insects and interact with over 1,000
live beautiful butterflies. The Butterfly Pavilion and Insect Center is a non-profit
stand-alone insect zoo.
Westminster's high quality residential
areas, corporate centers, along with its parks, trails and open space, reflect the
continuous planning and commitment to quality for which Westminster is known.
Westminster is home to nearly
101,000 residents with a median age of 32.6. Of these residents nearly 38% are employed in
management, professional or related occupations and another 30% are in sales and office
careers. The median household income is $56,323.
|City Government: City
Manager / City Council
|Sales Tax: 7.55%
|Average Home Price:
Jefferson County and Adams County
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