Antonito, Colorado Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Want to know more about Antonito? Here are some demographics. Antonito has a population of 752 people, and the average commute time is 21.6 minutes. The median home value is $164,100, and the appreciation rate over the past ten years is 8.3%. For more information on Antonito, check out the city's demographic profile. Also, see what the median age is in Antonito, CO.

Antonito is located approximately five miles from the Colorado/New Mexico border. It was originally a town that fed off of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. The closure of the train in 1968 shook the economy and left many buildings vacant. Unemployment is high. Placing a Community Center downtown could reactivate the city. In addition, a community center downtown would have high visibility, easy access to tourists, and attract residents.

The USPS designates the Antonito ZIP Code as a census city. The city is known as Antonito by its locals. The city is home to a variety of languages, including Spanish, English, and German. See how your local community stacks up to the state of Colorado and the country as a whole. If you're interested in learning more about Antonito, CO, check out our demographics page.

The Rent Burden in Antonito City is a useful metric in assessing housing affordability in the city. Antonito's rent burden is higher than the state average of 30.6%, but it is less than the Colorado average of 31.7%. Fairplay and Woodland Park both have higher rent burdens. Antonito has more renter-occupied housing than any other city in Colorado. It is worth noting that 42.0% of Antonito's housing units are occupied by renters, a metric that indicates the affordability of living in this city.