Adams: Adams County is located in northeastern Colorado. The county is 18 miles wide and 72 miles long, ranging from urban uses in the western portions of the county, to crop and grazing land in the central and eastern portions.
Arapahoe: Arapahoe County, Colorado is the state’s first county and the third largest with a population of 602,868 and unincorporated population of 86,893. The County spans 850 square miles and is a land of contrast. The western part of the county is mostly urban with residential, retail, office and industrial areas, while the eastern portion is relatively rural. Arapahoe County has one of the lowest mill levies in the Front Range.
Boulder: Boulder County is home to nearly 300,000 residents and includes some of the most diverse, natural landscapes and sustainable development along the Front Range. From visionary open space, land use and sustainability policies to forward-thinking public services programs, our county government helps foster a vibrant, healthy and active community.
Douglas: Douglas County was one of the original 17 counties created in the Colorado Territory by the Colorado Territorial Legislature on November 1, 1861. Douglas County is the seventh-most populous of the 64 counties of the U.S. state of Colorado. As of the 2011 census, the population was 288,430.
Elbert: Elbert County is one of the 64 counties of the U.S. state of Colorado. As of the 2010 census, the population was 23,086. Elbert County was created on February 2, 1874, from the eastern portions of Douglas County. On February 6, 1874, the county was enlarged to include part of northern Greenwood County upon Greenwood’s dissolution, and originally extended south and east of its present boundaries to reach to the Kansas state line.
Larimer: Larimer County is named after General William Larimer, 1809-1875. He was an early settler of Denver and the county was named after him as a ‘thank you’. The Territorial legislature of Colorado named Larimer a county in 1861. Larimer County is located in north central Colorado. It is the sixth largest county in Colorado based on population.
Logan: Located in the northeast corner of our beautiful State of Colorado, Logan County is a rapidly growing agriculture and industry-based community. Sterling is the commercial hub of NE Colorado for approximately 60,000 people. It is located 125 miles from Denver, 90 minutes from Denver International Airport and 40 minutes from I-80.
Morgan: Morgan County, CO was formed in 1889 from part of Weld County. The county seat is in Fort Morgan. Morgan County is primarily a rural entity located on the high plains of northeastern Colorado. Measuring 36 miles long and 36 miles wide, the county encompasses 1,296 square miles. Morgan County is 36th among Colorado counties measured in square-miles, but is abundantly rich agriculturally with many irrigated and dry land farms as well as beef, sheep and dairy ranches.
Weld: Weld County is home to 31 incorporated municipalities, including growing cities, charming towns, thriving businesses and thousands of acres of prime agricultural land. As Colorado’s third largest county, Weld County covers 3,996 square miles in the northern part of the state and is larger than the size of Rhode Island, Delaware and the District of Columbia combined.