Also known as the "Arts and Hearts Capitol of Colorado", Loveland dazzles with its 300 sculptures throughout the city, as well as an internationally recognized sculpture weekend each summer. Several sculpture guilds, museums, galleries, and arts councils encourage a burgeoning art culture. Adding to Loveland's allure is the generous amount of open space, trails, parks, lakes and entertainment facilities such as the Budweiser Event Center and the Rialto Theater. A newly refurbished downtown, low crime rate, above average education scores, and short commute times have nudged Loveland to a short list of the "Best Places to Live".
Johnstown is a family friendly small town in the heart of Northern Colorado surrounded by 3 larger cities. The views are spectacular close to skiing, hiking, boating and any other outdoor activity your family enjoys. Johnstown offers residents great school and sports programs. beautiful parks and friendly neighbors. This little community is the perfect place to raise a family, make friends and create a lifetime of memories.
Milliken Colorado is a fast-growing, vibrant community six miles east of I-25 on Highway 60 in Weld County. Milliken is located on Colorado Highway 60, 10 minutes from I-25 and less than 10 minutes to U.S. Highway 85. The town offers a variety of amenities to residents, including beautiful parks and open spaces, top-notch public services, and a strong educational system. Yet the setting remains wide open and rural, reflecting the beautiful Colorado blue skies by day and the stars by night.