Firestone, Colorado

With spectacular views of Colorado's dramatic Rocky Mountains, the Town of Firestone is located on the northern edge of the Denver metropolitan area along Interstate 25, about 20 minutes north of Denver. With the fastest growing rate in Colorado of 431 percent throughout the last decade, Firestone is a unique community of residents, businesses, government entities, recreational opportunities and economic development that are united to create a prosperous environment. Firestone offers a vibrant community spirit that is evident from resident involvement in local schools, business outreach, neighborly efforts and special event participation. Firestone is truly a Community in Motion that makes living and working in the area desirable.

Quick Facts about Firestone

Category Date
Population - 2014 11,175
Median Age 34
Median Household Income $58,698
Average Cost of Single Family Home $250,000
Incorporated Square Miles 28
Acres of Parks and Open Space 2,500
Operating Budget - 2014 $275,850,000
Population Estimate - 2025 40,680
Households 3,349
School Districts St. Vrain Valley 
Town / County / State Sales Tax Varies by Location
Town of Property Tax Mill Levies for 2014 16.5
Top Private Employer Seagate (1,381)
Top Public Employer St. Vrain Valley School Dist. (3,960)
Source: Town of Frederick


Firestone (photos by Town of Firestone)

Current Events in Firestone

Firestone Residents Approve Funding for Police Station by 2-to-1 Margin
Thank you, Firestone residents for your overwhelming support on Election Day! Last Tuesday, Firestone residents voted in support of public safety in a big way, with the passage of ballot issue 2A.
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