- Front Range Urban Corridor
The Front Range Urban Corridor is an oblong region of urban population located along the eastern face of the Southern Rocky Mountains in the
U.S. states of Coloradoand Wyoming. The United States Census Bureauestimates that the Front Range Urban Corridor had a population of 4,175,239 on 2007-07-01, an increase of +13.21% since United States Census 2000.cite web|url=http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/metro_general/2007/CSA-EST2007-alldata.csv|title=Annual Estimates of the Population of Combined Statistical Areas: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2007|format=CSV|work=2007 Population Estimates|publisher= United States Census Bureau, Population Division|date= 2008-03-27|accessdate=2008-03-27]
The Front Range Urban Corridor stretches from
Pueblo, Colorado, north along Interstate Highway 25 to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and includes the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Statistical Area, the Colorado Springs Metropolitan Statistical Area, the Boulder Metropolitan Statistical Area, the Fort Collins-Loveland Metropolitan Statistical Area, the Greeley Metropolitan Statistical Area, the Pueblo Metropolitan Statistical Area, the Cheyenne Metropolitan Statistical Area, and the Cañon City Micropolitan Statistical Area.
The corridor derives its name from the
Front Range, a mountain range located along the western edge of the central portion of the corridor. The corridor consists of three primary subregions: the South Central Colorado Urban Area, the North Central Colorado Urban Area, and the Cheyenne Metropolitan Area. The table below includes the following information:
#The name of the
Core Based Statistical Area(CBSA).cite web|url=http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/metro_general/2007/CBSA-EST2007-alldata.csv|title=Annual Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2007|format=CSV|work=2007 Population Estimates|publisher= United States Census Bureau, Population Division|date= 2008-03-27|accessdate=2008-03-27]
#The population of the CBSA as of
2007-07-01, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau.
#The name of the county.
#The population of the county as of
2007-07-01, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau.cite web|url = http://www.census.gov/popest/counties/files/CO-EST2007-ALLDATA.csv|title = Annual County Population Estimates and Estimated Components of Change: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2007|format = CSV|work = 2007 Population Estimates|publisher = United States Census Bureau, Population Division|date = 2008-03-20|accessdate = 2008-03-27]
#The county population as of
2000-04-01, as counted by the United States Census 2000, and
#The percent county population change from
2000-04-01, to 2007-07-01, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau.
In the State of Colorado, the Front Range Urban Corridor includes the Town of Alma, the
City of Arvada, the Town of Ault, the City of Aurora, the Town of Bennett, the Town of Berthoud, the City of Black Hawk, the Town of Boone, the City of Boulder, the Town of Bow Mar, the City of Brighton, the Town of Brookside, the City and County of Broomfield, the Town of Calhan, the City of Cañon City, the City of Castle Pines North, the Town of Castle Rock, the City of Centennial, Central City, the City of Cherry Hills Village, the Town of Coal Creek, the City of Colorado Springs, the Town of Columbine Valley, the City of Commerce City, the City of Cripple Creek, the City of Dacono, the Town of Deer Trail, the City and County of Denver, the Town of Eaton, the City of Edgewater, the Town of Elizabeth, the Town of Empire, the City of Englewood, the Town of Erie, the Town of Estes Park, the City of Evans, the Town of Fairplay, the City of Federal Heights, the Town of Firestone, the City of Florence, the City of Fort Collins, the City of Fort Lupton, the City of Fountain, the Town of Foxfield, the Town of Frederick, the Town of Garden City, the Town of Georgetown, the Town of Gilcrest, the City of Glendale, the City of Golden, the City of Greeley, the Town of Green Mountain Falls, the City of Greenwood Village, the Town of Grover, the Town of Hudson, the City of Idaho Springs, the Town of Jamestown, the Town of Johnstown, the Town of Keenesburg, the Town of Kersey, the Town of Kiowa, the Town of La Salle, the City of Lafayette, the Town of Lakeside, the City of Lakewood, the Town of Larkspur, the City of Littleton, the Town of Lochbuie, the City of Lone Tree, the City of Longmont, the City of Louisville, the City of Loveland, the Town of Lyons, the City of Manitou Springs, the Town of Mead, the Town of Milliken, the Town of Monument, the Town of Morrison, the Town of Mountain View, the Town of Nederland, the City of Northglenn, the Town of Nunn, the Town of Palmer Lake, the Town of Parker, the Town of Pierce, the Town of Platteville, the City of Pueblo, the Town of Ramah, the Town of Raymer, the Town of Rockvale, the Town of Rye, the Town of Severance, the City of Sheridan, the Town of Silver Plume, the Town of Simla, the Town of Superior, the City of Thornton, the Town of Timnath, the City of Victor, the Town of Ward, the Town of Wellington, the City of Westminster, the City of Wheat Ridge, the Town of Williamsburg, the Town of Windsor, the City of Woodland Park, unincorporated Adams County, unincorporated Arapahoe County, unincorporated Boulder County, unincorporated Clear Creek County, unincorporated Douglas County, unincorporated El Paso County, unincorporated Elbert County, unincorporated Fremont County, unincorporated Gilpin County, unincorporated Jefferson County, unincorporated Larimer County, unincorporated Park County, unincorporated Pueblo County, unincorporated Teller County, and unincorporated Weld County.
Table of United States primary census statistical areas(PCSA)
Table of United States Combined Statistical Areas(CSA)
Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas(MSA)
Table of United States Micropolitan Statistical Areas(μSA)
Colorado census statistical areas
Colorado metropolitan areas
Wyoming census statistical areas
List of U.S. interstate metropolitan areas
* [http://www.census.gov/ United States Census Bureau]
** [http://www.census.gov/popest/estimates.php U.S. population estimates]
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