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Home ::: Colorado

Population: 5042853

Total Males: 2529614
Total Females: 2513239
Median Household Income: $ 58244
Total Households: 1962753

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Colorado in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Agate Aguilar
Akron Alamosa Allenspark
Alma Almont Amherst
Anton Antonito Appleton
Arapahoe Aravada Arboles
Arlington Arriba Arvada
Aspen Atwood Ault
Aurora Aurora Se Austin
Avon Avondale Bailey
Basalt Bayfield Beaver Creek
Bellvue Bennett Berthold
Berthoud Bethune Beulah
Black Forest Black Hawk Blanca
Boncarbo Bond Boone
Boulder Bow Mar Branson
Breckenridge Briggsdale Brighton
Broomfeild Broomfield Brush
Buckskin Joe Buena Vista Buffalo Creek
Burlington Byers Cahone
Calhan Campo Canon City
Capulin Carbondale Carr
Cascade Castle Pines Castle Rock
Castlerock Cedaredge Centennial
Centenniel Center Central City
Cheraw Cherry Creek Denver Cheyenne Wells
Chimney Rock Chipita Park Chromo
Cimarron Clark Clayton
Clifton Coal Creek Coaldale
Collbran Colo Spgs Colo Springs
Colorado Colorado City Colorado Spg
Colorado Spgs Colorado Sprgs Colorado Spring
Colorado Springs Colorado Sprngs Colorao Springs
Commerce City Como Conejos
Conifer Cope Copper Mountain
Cortez Cory Cotopaxi
Cowdrey Craig Crawford
Creede Crested Butte Crestone
Cripple Creek Crofton Crook
Crowley Dacono De Beque
Deer Trail Del Norte Delta
Denver Denver Aurora Denver-Englewood
Dillon Dinosaur Divide
Dolores Dove Creek Dr Johnstown
Drake Dumont Dupont
Durango Durham Eads
Eagle Eagle Valley Eastlake
Eaton Eckert Eckley
Edgewater Edwards Egnar
El Jebel Elbert Eldorado Springs
Elizabeth Empire Englewood
Erie Estes Park Eugene
Evans Evergreen Fairplay
Falcon Fayetteville Federal Heights
Firestone Flagler Flat Iron
Fleming Florence Florissant
Fort Carson Fort Collins Fort Garland
Fort Lupton Fort Morgan FORTLLINS
Fountain Fowler Franktown
Fraser Frederick Frisco
Fruita Ft Collins Ft. Collins
Galeton Garden City Gardner
Gateway Genoa Georgetown
Gilcrest Gill Glade Park
Glen Haven Glendale Glenwood Spring
Glenwood Springs Golden Golden.
Goldsboro Granada Granby
Grand Jnction Grand Junction Grand Lake
Granite Grant Greeley
Green Mountain Falls Greensboro Greenwood
Greenwood Village Greenwood Vlg Grover
Guffey Gunbarrel Gunnison
Gypsum Hamilton Hartington
Hartman Hartsel Hasty
Haswell Haxtun Hayden
Henderson Hereford Hesperus
Highland Ranch Highlands Ranch Hillrose
Hillsboro Hillside Hoehne
Holly Holyoke Hooper
Hot Sulphur Spgs Hot Sulphur Springs Hotchkiss
Howard Hudson Hugo
Hyattsville Hygiene Idaho Springs
Idalia Idledale Ignacio
Iliff Indian Hills Jamestown
Jefferson Joes Johnstown
Jonestown Julesburg Karval
Keenesburg Kersey Keystone
Kim Kiowa Kirk
Kit Carson Kittredge Kremmling
La Jara La Junta La Salle
La Veta Lafayette Lajunta
Lake City Lake George Lakewood
Lamar Lanham Laporte
Larkspur Las Animas Lazear
Leadville Lewis Limon
Lindon Littleton Livermore
Log Lane Village Loma Lone Tree
Lonetree Long Tree Longmon
Longmont Louisville Louviers
Loveland Lucerne Lyons
Mack Manassa Mancos
Manitou Springs Manzanola Marble
Marvel Matheson Maybell
McClave McCoy Mead
Meeker Meredith Merino
Mesa Mesa Verde National Park Millien
Milliken Minturn Mitchell
Model Moffat Molina
Monarch Monte Vista Montrose
Monument Morrison Mosca
Moument Mountain Village Nathrop
Naturita Nederland New Castle
New Raymer Niwot Northglenn
Norwood Nucla Nunn
Oak Creek Olathe Olney Springs
Omaha Orchard Ordway
Otis Ouray Ovid
Padroni Pagosa Springs Palisade
Palmer Lake Paoli Paonia
Parachute Paradox Parker
Parlin Parshall Peetz
Penrose Peterson Air Force Base Peyton
Pierce Pine Pine Grove
Pinecliffe Pitkin Placerville
Platteville Pleasant View Poncha Springs
Powderhorn Pritchett Pueblo
Pueblo West Raleigh Ramah
Ranch Rand Rangely
Red Cliff Red Feather Lakes Redstone
Redvale Rico Ridgway
Rifle Rockingham Rockvale
Rockville Rocky Ford Roggen
Rollinsville Romeo Rush
Rye Saguache Salida
Salisbury Salt Lake City San Diego
San Luis San Pablo Sanford
Sargents Scribner Security
Sedalia Sedgwick Seibert
Severance Shawnee Sheridan
Sheridan Lake Silt Silver Plume
Silverthorne Silverton Simla
Snowmass Snowmass Village Snyder
Somerset South Fork Springfield
Steamboat Steamboat Spgs Steamboat Springs
Sterling Stoneham Strasburg
Stratton Sugar City Superior
Swink Tabernash Taylorsville
Telluride Thornton Timnath
Toponas Towaoc Towner
Trinidad Tryon Twin Lakes
Two Buttes United States Air Force Academy Upper Marlboro
Vail Vernon Victor
Vilas Villa Grove Vona
Walden Walsenburg Walsh
Ward Watkins Weldona
Wellington Westcliffe Westminster
Weston Wetmore Wheat Ridge
Whitewater Wiggins Wiley
Windsor Winter Park Wolcott
Woodland Park Woodrow Woody Creek
Wray Yampa Yellow Jacket
Yoder Yuma
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Colorado

Basic History

It was the discovery of gold that first brought large numbers of settlers to Colorado. In the early 1800s, a small farming settlement had been established, but following the gold rush, the mining boom began. The territory eventually started to grow by leaps and bounds. Measures proposing statehood for Colorado were introduced in the US Congress in 1864 which, however, got vetoed. A bill granting Colorado’s statehood was finally passed by Congress in 1876.

Environmental History

Colorado is noted for its vivid landscape of mountains, forests, high plains, canyons, plateaus, rivers, and desert lands. The plains teem with grasses and as many as 500 types of wildflowers. Arid regions contain dozen varieties of cacti. Foothills are matted with berry shrubs, lichens, lilies, orchids and conifers. 13 plant species were listed as threatened or endangered, including those of cacti and milk-vetch, the beardtongue, and Colorado butterfly plant. Principal big-game wildlife species are the elk, mountain lion, antelope, black bear, white-tailed and mule deer, mountain goat, and the moose. Birds include the lark bunting, blue grouse, mourning doves and duck species. Scores of lakes and rivers contain bullhead, salmon, and a diversity of trout. 19 animal species were listed as endangered or threatened by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and amongst them are the Mexican spotted owl, bald eagle, gray wolf, whooping crane, black-footed ferret, and bonytail chub.

Green Initiatives

Colorado’s government, at every level, is fostering the use, production, and development of green technology. Whether motivated by the carbon emission reduction or by the desire for energy independence, the replacement of the energy production and distribution infrastructure, the switch in transport channels, and the reduction in energy consumption, Colorado is poised to be at the forefront of creating and producing that green technology. Government action statewide has been very active in creating New Energy Economy through green legislation and policy initiatives. The statewide assessment of “green-ness” is in terms of carbon footprint, air quality, water quality, hazardous waste management, policy initiatives and energy consumption. The New Energy Economy ranges from renewable energy tax credits, support for energy management capability, support for biofuels, and expansion of renewable energy (solar, wind or biomass) requirement. The most direct effect on green technology is through the fund grants to companies in their efforts to develop and market green technologies like building prototype hydraulic hybrid vehicle, converting standard hybrids to plug-in hybrids and developing technology to connect electric hybrids to power grids for supplying power. Individual cities and communities are taking actions, creating ‘clusters’ of green-tech activity requiring new technology, funding and policy changes. At homes, they are optimizing energy usage and automating their appliances. Efforts are on to create ‘Zero Electricity District’, generating as much electricity as it consumes. With bold decisions and proper preparation in green technology, Colorado is in a position to make the lion’s share.
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