(NEXSTAR) — Are you looking to move and leave the hustle and bustle of Denver behind, but you don’t want to move too far from the Mile High City? You might want to consider one of the small towns in Jefferson County.
The county, located north and west of Denver, is home to multiple Census-designated places. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, these areas include unincorporated communities without “a legally defined boundary or an active, functioning governmental structure.”
There are also multiple cities and towns in Jefferson County. To be considered a “city” in Colorado, the place must have a population of 2,000, Census records show. Reaching “town” status isn’t as straightforward: a petition must be signed by at least 40 registered voters in counties…
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