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Notable People from Colorado Notable Work/Position
Byron White U.S. Supreme Court Justice, 1962 – 1993
Trey Parker, Matt Stone Co-creators of South Park animated television series
Temple Grandin Advocate for humane treatment of animals in the livestock industry, author, professor, autism community leader
John Elway NFL Denver Broncos quarterback 1983 – 1998, currently general manager, vice president of Broncos operations
Bill Frisell Grammy award-winning jazz guitarist, composer, arranger
Ruth Handler Barbie doll creator, co-founder of Mattel, Inc. toy company
Jon Krakauer Noted American writer and mountaineer
Carol Mutter First woman in the U.S. Marine Corps to be promoted to the rank of both major general and lieutenant general

Searching for Someone in Colorado

Colorado is 21st most populated US state. Its population is 5.6 million people and there are 2.1 million households. According to the data, the average household size is 2.5 members. Try to use White Pages to find any person. It is easy to do and absolutely free. But if you need the detailed bio, you should purchase the premium account.

The predominant race in Colorado is white, making up 68.3% of the state’s population. The average age is 36.8. Colorado is the state with the leading of men population. There is 50.3% of men. Denver is the most popular city with 717,000 citizens.

There are 2.79 workers and their median income is $69,117. The most developed economy sectors are technology, agriculture, energy, manufacturing, mining, and tourism.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
University of CO – Boulder Boulder 7,761 69.9% 76.6% Biology, Biomedical
Colorado State University Fort Collins 7,353 66.7% 78.0% Business Mgmt. & Mkt.
Colorado Technical Univ. Colorado Springs 5,498 43% 100% Business, Crim. Justice

Colorado Real Estate

Try to use White Pages if you are going to move to Colorado. That is a good chance to know more about the property, its owner and even about neighbors. So, read some data to understand whether it is a good idea to rent or purchase some building or it is better to find another one.

Home value increasing is about 5% per year but it was 2.4% only in 2019. The average home value is $379,300 with the median price per square foot at $250. Rent in Colorado is higher than the national rate and it is about $1,950. If you are going to move to Colorado, you will see the listing price about $425,000, but the median price of homes that sold is $368,100.

The most expensive property is in Boulder. You can purchase a home for $687,700.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Boulder $687,700 $57,112
Denver $383,200 $76,643
Lakewood $366,200 $61,058
Fort Collins $355,300 $60,110

Colorado Facts

Official Name: Colorado

Name Meaning: Colorado is a word of Spanish origin, meaning “colored red.” Historians believe that Spanish explorers named the Colorado River for the red hue of the silt that flowed from the mountains. The territory of Colorado was established in 1861, adopting the name of the river. 15 years later, this incorporated territory was admitted to the Union in 1876 as the State of Colorado.

Nickname: The Centennial State

Constitution Ratified: 1876

Statehood: August 1, 1876 (38th State)

Capital: Denver

Total Number of Counties: 64

Largest City: Denver

Largest County (by population): Denver

Population (as of 2018): 5,695,564

History

Many different Native American tribes lived in the area of Colorado, but European explorers have changed the situation. It was 1682, when French explorer Robert de La Salle claimed the land for France. There was the Louisiana territory as the French colony. So, the Colorado area became part of it. France has lost the territory due to the deal with the USA. The US government bought Louisiana in 1803. The Eastern Colorado was transferred to the US in compliance with the Treaty on Sale. The rest of Colorado was taken as a result of the Mexican-American War in 1848. Colorado became the 38th state admitted to the Union on November 7, 1876.

Fast Facts

  • The United States Air Force Academy is in Colorado Springs.

  • Colorado is the only US state, which voted against funding the Olympic Games in 1972. It was chosen by the Olympic Committee for the 1976 Winter Olympics. As a result, it was in Innsbruck, Austria. 

  • It is the longest street in the US and its distance is 26.5 miles. The name of the street is Denver’s Colfax Avenue.

  • Flat-top mountain Grand Mesa is near the city of Grand Junction. It is the highest such mountain in the world.

  • Denver is the high city. The 13th step of the state capital building in Denver is exactly one mile above sea level.

  • 30% of the Colorado area belongs to the federal government.

  • Supermax is the highest-security federal prison. There are the most dangerous criminals. It is located in Florence, Colorado.

  • The Royal Gorge Bridge near Canon City is the highest US suspension bridge. It crosses the Arkansas River on a height of 955 feet.

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