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Residents of Lone Tree, Colorado take pride in their community and regularly regard everyday to be a “great day in Lone Tree.” Considered one of the most popular places to live in all of Colorado, Lone Tree is located just 15 miles from Denver and 49 mile from Colorado Springs. As part of Douglas County, residents of Lone Tree enjoy great schools, awesome city amenities, tons of outdoor recreational activities, easy access to the light rail, three recreation centers, and world-class theatrical and musical performances.
Because of their direct access to Denver, a large portion of Lone Tree’s residents commute to for work to the Mile High City or to the Denver Tech Center. With that being said the city also offers many employment opportunities and is home to top industries including telecommunications, broadcasting, finance and insurance, technology development, and construction. Offering a variety of housing options, Lone Tree is made up of about 20 plus developments and neighborhoods many of which are surrounded by parks, open spaces, and trails.
At an elevation of
feet sits the city of Lone Tree, Colorado. The approximate population of Lone Tree is
residents. There are currently
57 properties for sale in Lone Tree, CO.
Lone Tree residents have a median household income of
; compared to the surrounding county’s median household income of
, and the national median household income of
The median age for residents of Lone Tree is 38.6 years.
Lone Tree is
less family-centric than the surrounding county. In Lone Tree, 43.58% of households contain married families with children; compared to 45.98% in the surrounding county.
Lone Tree has
fewer single residents than the national average, with 4.94% compared to the national average of communities with 9.95% of single residents.
Lone Tree Weather
The average high temperature in July for Lone Tree is 86.2 degrees. The average low temperature for Lone Tree in January is 19 degrees. Lone Tree sees an average rainfall of approximately 18.4 inches per year, and a snow accumulation of 61.8 inches per year. There are an average of 244 days of sunlight each year in Lone Tree; compared to an average of 253 days across the state, and 205 days across the nation.