Location and Weather
Northglenn is 13 miles north of Colorado and is a part of the Denver metropolitan area. Situated on the high plains of the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, Northglenn has scenic views and an outdoor recreation culture. With its 500-acre park systems, hiking trails and scenic lakeside views, Northglenn residents can always be active.
In Northglenn the summers are warm and clear, and the winters are cold, windy and dry. The high summer temperatures are in the high 80’s with lows in the 60’s. The winter high temperatures are in the mid-40’s with low temperatures in the low 20’s.
Population, Job Market and Cost of Living
Northglenn’s population in 2019 was 39,010 with a growth rate of -.08%. The job growth has increased by 2.8% over last year. Ten-year future predicted job growth is 40.08%. The major industries are Construction, Retail Trade, and Health Care & Social Assistance. The biggest companies to work for are JR Filanc Construction Company and Pioneer Landscape. The cost of living is high due to the Northglenn real estate market and the high cost of available housing.
With scenic lake and mountain views, a 500-acre park system for outdoor recreation, proximity to Denver and the Denver International Airport, good job growth and diversity of industries, Northglenn will continue to attract those that want a suburban lifestyle close to the big city of Denver.
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