Go Banking Rates has named one Colorado city as the biggest 'Boomtown' in the Centennial State. This 'Boomtown' report identifies one town from each state with at least 50,000 residents.

Go Banking Rates used factors like population growth, occupied housing, and change in the percentage of owner-occupied housing over the last decade to determine the biggest 'boomtown' in Colorado to be the town of Windsor.

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Windsor, Colorado Just Keeps Growing

There are not many communities growing with the consistency of Windsor, Colorado. Data from Nielsberg.com shows Windsor's population from 2000 to 2010 grew by 8,368 people, or 79%. From 2010 to 2020, Windsor's population grew by 14,388, or 76%.

As we close out 2023, Windsor's population is up to 41,413 according to WorldPopulationReview.com.

Housing in Windsor, Colorado

There's more good news for Windsor from Go Banking Rates when we look at housing. Since 2015, there has been a 66% increase in occupied housing units and a 67% increase in owner-occupied housing units. Compared to U.S. cities with at least 25,000 residents (less than 500,000), Windsor's growth earns them a spot on the list of America's booming communities.

Big Numbers Since 2019

2,182 people moved to Windsor in 2019. 7,942 people moved to Windsor in 2020. 2,550 in 2021, and 2,726 more in 2022. Approximately 2,903 residents have moved to Windsor in 2023 according to insights from Neilsberg.com.

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MORE: 4 Colorado Towns Named Best Towns In America With Fewer Than 10,000 Residents

Four tiny Colorado towns recently found themselves on a prestigious list. They were ranked as one of the "Best U.S Towns With Fewer Than 10,000 Residents." Which four Colorado communities made the cut?

The list, courtesy of Far & Wide, ranks the best towns to "... live in or visit." In the end, Colorado performed very well with four towns making the list. Texas only had one. Some states didn't appear on the list at all.

Also making the gallery is a town, not in Colorado, but close, finishing at #80 on the list.

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