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Old 08-28-2011, 12:27 PM
 
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My husband, myself, and our toddler are looking into moving to Colorado sometime in the next year. I'd like to hear where you think the best places to live in Colorado are and why. Thank you.

-Ashley
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Old 08-28-2011, 12:53 PM
 
Location: Southeastern Colorado
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I'm betting you'll get more (and more useful) responses if you say a bit more about your needs/desires/interests. Will you be bringing your jobs with you -- or looking for some? Would you like to be in an urban area, in a mountain town, or in a rural area? Prefer a conservative environment -- or something more hip/trendy? Enjoy skiing, camping, hiking, outlet-mall shopping, music and arts? Have you visited here before -- and if so, what did you like about the state? Colorado is a huge place with a wide variety of options. If you can narrow things down even a tiny bit, you can help us help you.
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Old 08-28-2011, 12:58 PM
 
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Ashley, "best" means different things to different people; there are tons of nice places in the state.

You need to tell us what it is you seek, what matters to you. If you need to, re-read the Terms of Service where we urge people to state specifics so the folks on here can help you. Otherwise, all you'll get is people each telling why they like a certain town or city which will probably mean little to you.
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Old 09-07-2011, 11:38 PM
 
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Hello! Myself, my fiancé, and my 15 month old son Kaelan live in SE Aurora. We have for several years, and we love it. We are about 20-25 mins (depending on traffic) from Downtown Denver, and close to Parker, Castle Rock, Littleton, the airport, and the Mountains. We feel like people are easy to get to know around here, and we love our neighborhood. We live in The Conservatory, which is close to shopping and pretty much anything else we like/need to do. I think the neighborhood HOA has a website theconservatorycommunity.com if you want to check it out. People love Aurora, but Parker and Littleton are also really popular. Good luck with your move!!!
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