If you’re looking for an area with remarkable natural landscapes and sustainable development programs, look no further than Boulder County. Located in the state of Colorado, this county is home to approximately 300,000 residents who enjoy living along the Northern Front Range of Colorado.

Adjacent counties include Larimer County to the north, Weld County to the east, Jefferson County and Gilpin County to the south, and Grand County to the west. You’ll find Broomfield County to the southeast.

Boulder County’s government ensures visionary land use and sustainability policies are in place to help foster a vibrant, healthy, and active community. Aside from Boulder, other cities and towns in the county include Erie, Jamestown, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Nederland, Superior, and Ward.

Boulder County has a livability score of 73. It’s no wonder so many people enjoy calling this county home. Even more impressive is that the average test scores in Boulder schools are 8% higher than the nation’s average. This county has some of the top-rated schools in the state including Shining Mountain Waldorf School, Boulder Country Day School, Friends’ School, and Bixby School.

It’s no secret that Boulder County gets its fair share of snowfall each year. In fact, the average annual snowfall is around 89 inches! You’ll see much of this snow falling between the months of November and April. The average high temperature is 88 degrees in July. The average low temperature is 21 degrees in December. This area receives around 20 inches of rainfall annually.

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