Westminster is located in the northwest quadrant of the Denver Metro area, halfway between Denver and Boulder. This city is located on two prime technology corridors – U.S. 36 and N-I 25, and is home to an abundant talented workforce and a favorable business climate. Westminster is near of one of the most robust tech start-up regions in the United States.
Adams Elementary • Lukas Elementary • Mandalay Middle • Ryan Elementary • Semper Elementary • Sheridan Green Elementary • Standley Lake High • Wayne Carle Middle • Witt Elementary
Legacy Ridge Golf Course is a Colorado-style Scottish links layout that targets players of all levels with four tee boxes on every hole, wide fairways, generous landing areas and greens that average more than 6,000 square feet. Walnut Creek Golf Preserve is more than just a golf course—it’s an Audubon Certified Signature Sanctuary. Their 215 acres are sustainably managed to preserve and support wildlife habitat.
In 1985, voters in Westminster approved a sales tax specifically earmarked to acquire and preserve open space. Since then, Westminster has preserved over 3,700 acres throughout the city and has 62 parks throughout the city.
Within the City of Westminster, there are approximately 120 miles of trails, most of which wind through the open space and provide access to magnificent views, wildlife corridors, and natural beauty. There are five regional trails, 15 loop systems, 12 park loops, plus minor trails that, when combined, add up to 50 different trails within the system. The five regional trails include Big Dry Creek Trail, Little Dry Creek Trail, Farmers’ High Line Canal Trail, U.S. 36 Bikeway, and the Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail.
Standley Lake is Westminster’s largest body of water with 1,063-acres of surface area. Activies include paddleboarding, kayaking, fishing, and wildlife viewing.