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20 Best Places For Families In Colorado
Washington, D.C.-based financial analyst site, Wallethub, recently released its report on the 20 best places to raise a family in Colorado, and you may be surprised at some of the contenders. The report compared 62 Colorado communities across the following categories:
Family life & fun
Includes playgrounds per capita, attractions, share of families with children under the age of 17, weather and average commute times.
Education, health & safety
Includes school system quality, high school graduation rate, air quality, pediatricians per capita, share of uninsured children and crime rates.
Includes housing and general.
Includes divorce and separation rates, share of two-parent families, share of families living below the poverty level, share of households receiving food stamps, unemployment rate, wealth gap and foreclosure rates.
The list to follow indicates the overall rank of the top 20 communities in Colorado to raise a family:
18. The Pinery
16. Highlands Ranch
15. Black Forest
12. Lone Tree
9. Fort Collins
8. Castle Rock
2. Castle Pines
With its economic diversity, plethora of outdoor activities/recreation, and low unemployment rate, it’s no wonder Colorado is becoming so popular. Add in a relatively robust healthcare system and one of the best school systems in the nation, you can now add “raise a family” to your list of things to do here.
Ready to start checking out some of the most family-friendly communities in Colorado? Contact Metrowest – we’d love to show you around!
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