General Information
Phone Numbers
Emergencies: Dial 911
1100 37th Street
Evans ,

Quality of Life

Known as the "Queen City of the Platte" when incorporated in 1869, Evans was the County Seat of Weld County for many years. From a population of around 400 in a true wild west town, Evans has grown to over 21,000 residents living in an urban area with a rural feel. For a long time Evans was the only town in the area to allow liquor and gambling, which made it the center of activity in the area!

Today Evans is a community where our residents have a wide choice of housing, great schools, all the shopping and amenities of a large town, and a great quality of life. With over 300 days of sunshine each year and a full four seasons, many people relocate to Evans to experience the best of northern Colorado.

Residents enjoy over 300 acres of parks and open space (including a dog park), several hiking and biking trails along the river and, easy access to the Denver International Airport, and quick drives south to Denver or west to the Rocky Mountains. A local airport has flights around the country leaving daily, the access to I-25, US 85 and US 34 are only minutes away, and the conveniently located Union Pacific Railroad offers opportunities for shipping and receiving materials. Evans is a wonderful place to raise a family, start a business, and buy a home. Come see us or give us a call and we'll be happy to help you get to know Evans!

Home Sales
Year, JanuaryMedian Sales PriceNew ListingsClosed SalesMedian Days on Market

Source: Sears Real Estate


Web Links

For referral to real estate brokers visit Evans Area Chamber

For employment opportunities and services visit Employment Services of Weld County