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Demographics

Living in Logan County, Colorado

Logan County, located in northeast Colorado, is a diversified agriculture, industrial and service based community. Sterling, the largest city and region’s commercial hub for 70,000 people, is a short two hour drive from Denver via Interstate 76.  Residents enjoy a high quality of life combined with affordable housing.

Sterling is more affordable than the national average and significantly more so than Colorado’s Front Range.

Sterling

Overall Rating (100 is national ave): 85
Grocery: 101.9
Health: 103
Housing: 58
Utilities: 91
Transportation: 96
Miscellaneous: 98
Average monthly rent: $900
Average monthly mortgage: $727
Average home price: $166,918
Meal (low) /3 course for two: $8 / $35
Beer / cappuccino: $3 / $3
Monthly fitness center fee : $35 to $49
Movie ticket: $8

Fort Collins

Overall Rating (100 is national ave): 113
Grocery: 100.7
Health: 104
Housing: 145
Utilities: 91
Transportation: 96
Miscellaneous: 98
Average monthly rent: $1,800
Average monthly mortgage: $1,675
Average home price: $390,000
Meal (low) /3 course for 2: $12.50 / $50
Beer / cappuccino: $5 / $4.22
Monthly fitness center fee : $45
Movie ticket: $9

Denver

Overall Rating (100 is national ave): 115
Grocery: 97.2
Health: 110
Housing: 148
Utilities: 90
Transportation: 93
Miscellaneous: 104
Average monthly rent: $4,200
Average monthly mortgage: $1,804
Average home price: $420,000
Meal (low) /3 course for 2: $13 / $60
Beer / cappuccino: $4 / $4.28
Monthly fitness center fee : $48
Movie ticket: $12

Healthcare

Sterling Regional Medical Center & Family Health Clinic, Banner Health Center, David Walsh Cancer Treatment Center, Salud Clinic, DaVita Dialysis Center, Centennial Mental Health.  UC Health, Banner Health, and private physicians including visiting specialists.  Nine dental practices.  Chiropractic, physical therapy, and health & wellness practitioners.  Multiple options for assisted living and elder care.

Schools

Offer small town family feel while emphasizing individualized instruction and technology for students. Five different schools available in Logan County for K-12 education.  Northeastern Junior College offers educational, athletic, and cultural opportunities.

Signature Events

Movies in the Park - Tuesdays in June
Heritage Festival and City Fireworks - July 4th
July Jamz – Summer Concert Series - Fridays in July
Logan County Fair – Rodeo, Carnival, Concerts - First and second week August
Sugar Beet Days – Craft fair, Concerts, Festival - 3rd Weekend in September
Christmas Courthouse Lighting Celebration  - Fourth Friday in November
Christmas Parade of Lights - First Thursday in December

Lifestyle Options

Music Concerts
Western Bronzes
Brad Rhea Tree Sculptures
Historic Downtown Sterling
Museums
Performing Arts
Libraries
Art Galleries
Movie Theater

Unique Public Art
Bistros
Fine Dining
Microbrewery
Fast Food Favorites
Clothing Boutiques
Antiques & Gift Shops
Three Shopping Centers
Bowling

Bicycling
Dog Park
Boating
Fishing
Hunting
Indoor Pool
Ballparks
Bird Watching
Frisbee Golf

Walking Trails
Multiple Fitness Centers
Shooting Range/Complex-300 Acre
Outdoor Pool and Splash Park
State Park Reservoir
Summer Collegiate Baseball
College Sporting Events
(2) 18 Hole Golf Courses
Adult Sports Leagues

No Traffic! - Sterling’s average commute is under 10 minutes compared to 26 plus in Denver.

Leave behind expensive housing, congested streets, and big city chaos.

Join Us and Discover a Slice of Colorado Paradise!

For more information visit www.ExploreSterling.com or www.sterling-logan.com