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

Are you looking for the Population & Steets in Greerley City? This article will tell you where to find these statistics. This mid-size city in Colorado has a population of almost 20,000 people. As of the 2010 census, 72% of the residents of Greeley are married, with 54% having children under 18 years old. The city has one mall, and is located in a nice part of town. The population is a diverse mix of people and culture, and has a variety of neighborhoods to choose from.

Many residents of Greeley view the city as a refuge from the fast-paced lifestyle of larger metro areas. Gates, a native of Greeley, has lived here almost his entire life. Jamie Goodvin, chair of the Greeley Area Realtor Association and a realtor with Remax Alliance, says that the growing population has provided plenty of opportunities for locals and visitors alike. However, Greeley's growth is a mixed blessing. While the city has experienced a rise in traffic and the length of time it takes to get to work, the population has also benefited from the development of new restaurants, shopping centers, and other facilities.

Before the Civil War, the area was occupied by the Overland Trail station of Latham. Originally known as Cherokee City, Latham was built in 1862 and named after California senator Milton S. Latham. It is thought to be the site of the first white child born in Colorado. The city also became the headquarters of the government during the Indian conflicts 1860-64. Today, the city is a thriving center for commerce, housing, and the arts.