Longmont is a moderately sized city along I-25, just north of Denver. Prior to the rapid expansion of Colorado’s Front Range communities, Longmont was primarily an agricultural community.
Today, Longmont provides its residents stable job opportunities, quality schools, and affordable home prices, and is home to a plethora of technology companies and skilled tech workers. It is among just a few cities near Boulder that helps to produce ‘the largest concentration of software-related jobs in the country’.
Longmont has twice been named one of the “100 Best Places to Live” in the United States, in 2006 and in 2008, by both the National Civic League and Money Magazine. Longmont isn’t just a bedroom community to Boulder because its populace and employers can’t sustain themselves. The city is actually known to have the highest number of residents who both live and work in the city.
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Zip codes for Homes In Longmont neighborhoods are: 80501, 80503
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