Colorado

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Colorado State

Colorado parcel data organized by county

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Adams County, CO

Adams County is located in eastern Colorado and covers an area of 792 mi². It is the fifth most populous county in the state, with a population of 195,584. The county was established in 1836 and the county seat is currently located in the city of Adams. The first settlement in Adams County was built by John D. Henderson, a gold seeker and provision seller who put up a hotel, ranch, and trading post in 1859.

Arapahoe County, CO

Arapahoe County predates the Pike's Peak Gold Rush, and is often referred to as "Colorado's First County." It's located in central Colorado and covers an area of 805 mi². The third most populous county in the state, the population was 651,215 as of 2018. The county seat is currently Littleton, though the most populous city is Aurora. The area experiences an average of 17 inches of rain, 63 inches of snow, and 245 days of sunshine per year.

Denver County, CO

Denver County is located in central Colorado and covers an area of 155 mi². It's the most populous county in the state with a population of 716,492. Established in 1858, the first settlements in the county were part of the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. Denver, the state capitol and county seat, is known for dry climate and sunny days, experiencing 245 days of sunshine per year.

El Paso County, CO

Established in 1861, El Paso County is one of the 17 original Colorado counties. It covers an area of 2,130 mi² and is located in central Colorado. With a population of 713,856, El Paso is the second most populous county in the state. El Paso county is home to Fort Carson, a military outpost established in 1942 after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Jefferson County, CO

Established in 1861, Jefferson County is often referred to as "Jeffco" by locals. It covers an area of 774 mi² and is located in central Colorado. It is the fourth most populous county in the state with a population of 580,233. Jefferson County is home to the Coors Brewing Company, which has a large factory situated in the city of Golden.