Median resident age: 32.5 years
Erie has a Historic Downtown Business District offering eclectic businesses and good food. Take a stroll down Briggs Street to discover for yourself why Downtown Erie is swiftly becoming a restaurant destination for folks who love great cuisine. Downtown also hosts some colorful annual events such as the Erie Town Fair, the High School Homecoming Parade, the Eerie Erie 10k Halloween race, Biscuit Day and Oktoberfest. Like much of Erie, downtown retains a comfortable small-town atmosphere that says "welcome".
Safety and Law Enforcement
Erie Police Department
645 Holbrook St
Drivers license bureaus and contact info
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles
Driver's License Bureau
505 4th Avenue, Longmont
Main Post Office
Erie Post Office
150 Wells St.
Level 3 Communications
Hunter Douglas Window Fashions
Town of Erie
The Erie Review www.coloradohometownnews.com/Erie-Review/
Boulder County Business Review
The Denver Post
Rocky Mountain News
The Times-Call (Longmont)
Boulder County Libraries
Lorraine David Children's Library
625 Pierce Street
Erie, Colorado 80516
Physical location from / orientation to from Denver
Erie is 22.6 miles NNE of Denver.
Places of Interest
Erie-Wise Homestead Museum
11497 Jasper Road
Erie has 191 Acres of Parks and Open Space
Coal Creek Park
Coal Miners Park
Meadow Sweet Farms
Vista Ridge Golf Course, new 18-hole championship golf course
A new recreation center for Erie is currently under consideration.
9.5 Sq. Miles
Schools/ Education Stats
Erie is in the Boulder County and St. Vrain Valley School Systems. It has 1 public elementary school; and 1 public middle & high school combined. Some children attend Lafayette, CO public schools.
Mean travel time to work: 25.7 minutes
Less than 25 minutes to downtown Denver via Interstate 25
The completion of the Northwest Parkway with E-470 just 2 miles from Erie has cut travel time to Denver International Airport to 35 minutes