Elizabeth, Colorado is a Statutory Town in northeastern Colorado. With a humble population of just 1,675 residents, Elizabeth, Colorado is the most populous municipality in Elbert County. The region has experienced a 23.34% increase in population since the year 2010, and the region only continues to grow in both population and amenities.
Initially called “Russellville,” Elizabeth, Colorado was once a humble saw mill camp. The town was later renamed to “Elizabeth”, as it was named after a family member of territorial governor, John Evans. The town of Elizabeth, Colorado was first incorporated in October of 1890, and it has been flourishing ever since.
For having a smaller population, Elizabeth, Colorado has a great economy and adamant housing. In the year 2000, there were 496 households. The median income for residents was $49,596 for individuals, and $51,902 for families. Because of its bustling economy and charming neighborhoods, Elizabeth, Colorado is a great place to live for just about any kind of Colorado family!
Elizabeth, Colorado is home to a variety of classic and lively amenities, including historic sites and buildings. One of the most popular is the headquarters for the weekly newspaper, the Meadowlark Herald, which is the only newspaper that is completely owned by and published in Elbert County.
Elizabeth, Colorado is also home to a variety of local amenities. One of the most popular is the gorgeous Bandt Park, located at 100-198 W Poplar St, Elizabeth, CO 80107. South of Bandt Park is Running Creek Elementary School, located at 900 S Elbert St, Elizabeth, CO 80107. To get to the elementary school from Bandt Park, head east on W Poplar St toward S Elbert St. Turn right onto S Elbert St and the destination will be on your left. Northwest of the elementary school is Music Workshop, located at 350 S Paddock St, Elizabeth, CO 80107. To get to Music Workshop from the elementary school, head west on Co Rd 136 and turn right onto S Paddock St. The destination will be on your right. Northeast of Music Workshop is Jill’s Feed & Country Supply, located at 125 Tabor St, Elizabeth, CO 80107. To get to Jill’s Feed & Country Supply from Music Workshop, head north on S Paddock St toward W Elm St. Turn right onto W Elm St and then left onto Tabor St. The destination will be on your left. North of Jill’s Feed & Country Supply is MoshPitSound, located at 204 Liberty Ct, Elizabeth, CO 80107. To get to MoshPitSound from the feed store, head north on Tabor St and turn left onto W Kiowa Ave. Turn right onto Evans Blvd and right onto W Logan St. Turn left onto Lincoln St and then left onto Liberty Ct. The destination will be on your right. Southeast of MoshPitSound is the local Dairy Queen Grill & Chill, located at 783 Crossroads Cir, Elizabeth, CO 80107. To get to Dairy Queen from MoshPitSound, take W Long St and N Elbert St to E Kiowa Ave. Continue to Crossroads and turn right onto Crossroads Cir. The destination will be on the right. Northwest of the Dairy Queen is GBS Enterprises Roofing, located at 6801 S Emporia St Ste 103, Greenwood Village, CO 80112. To get to GBS Enterprises Roofing from the Dairy Queen, head south on Crossroads Cir and take CO-83 N/N State Hwy 83 and Colorado E470 S to S Emporia St in Arapahoe County. Turn right onto S Emporia St and the destination will be on your right.