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Firestone MallFirestone is a rapidly growing community with a comprehensive plan to provide diverse retail, housing and employment opportunities. Responsible governmental leadership, a unique location and a high quality of life make Firestone equipped for new business development in all commercial and retail sectors.

Firestone Demographics
  • 12,992 citizens (December 2016 Town estimate)
  • Median Age – 33.9 (Alteryx 2016A Estimate)
  • Total Employees – 2,441 (Alteryx 2016A Estimate)
  • Total Business Establishments – 317 (Alteryx 2016A Estimate)
  • Unemployment Rate – 5.7 percent (Update Colorado Economic Development November 2016 Estimate)

Housing Stats

  • Median Sales Price (3 bedroom): $322,500 (Oct. 2016,
  • Median Home Value: $294,649 (Alteryx 2016A Estimate)
  • Median Household Income - $81,071 (Alteryx 2016A Estimate)
  • Per Capita Income: $30,144 (Alteryx 2016A Estimate)
  • Total Households – 4,480 (December 2016 Town estimate)
  • Average Household Size – 3.08 (2010 Census)

Firestone is located just 20 minutes north of Denver along the Interstate 25 corridor, minutes north of the Northwest Parkway and E-470 with direct access to Denver International Airport. Location Map

Size & Growth
Firestone's boundary is approximately 9,089.47 acres with a planning area of approximately 56 square miles.

Firestone has 15 parks and nine miles of trails connecting to the regional St. Vrain Legacy Trail and the Colorado Front Range Trail system.

Firestone continues to experience significant residential growth, earning the title of the Fastest Growing Community in Colorado between 2000 and 2010, with a 432 percent increase.

Residential, Commercial, Employment & Mixed Use Development
Firestone has more than 65 major residential, commercial, employment and mixed-use developments, with an estimated 2,000 jobs.

Trade Area Development
Residential, retail, office and industrial planning and development continues throughout the southwestern Weld County area and the eastern Boulder County area. Southwest Weld County is one of the fastest-growing regions in Northern Colorado and Firestone is a major factor in that growth. Weld County Colorado has experienced an average annual 40 percent increase in housing units according to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau.

Trade Area Population Estimates
For area information, visit the Upstate Colorado website.

*Information on this page is subject to change.