The Town of Berthoud is nestled against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountain foothills, just 40 minutes north of Denver and 20 minutes south of Fort Collins along I-25. Berthoud is the heart of the Front Range community.
“The Town of Berthoud has always been a caring community where people look out for one another and people are passionate and involved. A sign of a happy community is when many of the children who grew up here – including my own – have moved back to raise their families. One of our favorite things about living in a small town is seeing people that you know everywhere you go.” – Marian Maggi, Co-owner, RE/MAX Town & Country
Berthoud is centrally located between the campuses of Colorado State University in Fort Collins and Colorado University at Boulder. The Longmont and Fort Collins campuses of Front Range Community College are also within 20 minutes of Berthoud, making the town an important central hub for some of Colorado’s largest educational institutions.
With its expansive, scenic views and easy access to highways and major area arterials, the town is idyllic and convenient for businesses and retail.
Opportunities in Berthoud
Berthoud offers a variety of unique and active development sites with boundless opportunity for all commercial, industrial and residential developers. Our professional Planning and Economic Development staff are prepared to help you through our expedited permitting processes, saving time and money.
Contact us today to arrange tours of flexible, compelling Berthoud properties that align with your exact development needs.
Berthoud is strategically located in the middle of the fastest growing region in Colorado. The town stretches into both Larimer and Weld Counties, adjacent to Boulder County. This agriculturally dominant northern Colorado region is projected to double in population by 2040. Currently, Berthoud’s far-reaching labor shed extends from the Wyoming border south to north Denver and east into Weld County.
- Boulder and the University of Colorado: 40 minutes
- Fort Collins and Colorado State University: 30 minutes
- Denver: 45 minutes
- Denver International Airport: 45 minutes
- Rocky Mountain National Park: 50 minutes
- 2.5M People within 60 minutes