The nearly 36,000 residents of Northglenn enjoy small neighborhoods with open schools, convenient shopping centers, parks, lakes, open spaces and outdoor recreation facilities.
The city government’s support for community and economic development makes Northglenn a hub of safe neighborhoods and business activity.
The quality of planning, development, services and volunteers creates a unique sense of community that is uncommon in many modern cities. Many of the original residents who lived in Northglenn when it incorporated in 1969 still live here.
The community connects the well-planned Greenway Trail System. The 28 miles of off-street walking and biking paths connect with larger trail systems that lead throughout the Denver metro area.
Northglenn is only 15 minutes north of downtown Denver and all of the events and attractions of a major metropolitan city.
Go east on Interstate 70 and Denver International Airport is only 25 minutes away.
Turn to the west, and the majestic Rocky Mountains tower over the landscape and are a mere half hour away by car.
Bask in 300 days of sunshine, as Northglenn enjoys full seasons of summer, spring, winter and fall. But thanks to our dry climate, the hot and cold aren’t as harsh as in more humid climates.
Northglenn Fast Facts
Elevation: 5460 feet
Sales Tax Rates
Adams County: .75%
Median Household Income:
Number of Households: ~14,000
Avg. Household Size: ~2.6
Public Schools: Adams 12 Five Star Schools