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  Colorado.com | Fort Collins Colorado Travel and Visitor Information
Situated north of Denver, and tucked between the plains and the mountains, Fort Collins is the last city on Interstate 25 north before you hit the Wyoming border.
Though there was a fort here in the 1860s, it was more of a trading post where Native Americans and traders met on the banks of the Cache la Poudre River (French for hide the powder), for the most part in friendly fashion.
Because Fort Collins is also home to Colorado State University, it has all the liveliness and bustle of a college town.
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  Fort Collins, Colorado - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Collins situated on the Cache la Poudre River, is the largest city and county seat of Larimer County, Colorado.
Fort Collins was founded as a military outpost of the United States Army in 1864.
Fort Collins gained a reputation as a very conservative city in the twentieth century, with a prohibition of alcoholic beverages being retained from the late 1890s until 1969.
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 Fort Collins Chamber Of Commerce
Fort Collins is a vibrant community of 125,740 nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, 65 miles north of Denver.
Fort Collins was ranked No. 8 among medium-sized cities in the ePodunk College Town Index, 2002 which is easily seen when in Fort Collins for it is a welcoming and flourishing community.
Colorado State University, Poudre School District, Hewlett Packard, Poudre Valley Health System, Eastman Kodak, Larimer County, Agilent Technologies, City of Fort Collins, Celestica Colorado, LSI Logic, Advanced Energy Industries, Anheuser Busch, Woodward Governor and Waterpik are some of the largest employers in the area.
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 Fort Collins Real Estate, fort collins property, find a new home in fort collins, new homes and property in fort ...
Fort Collins is a great town—a place to raise a family, meet friends, build a career, and enjoy life.
Fort Collins is known as the “Choice City” – an apt name that reflects the many opportunities available here and the tremendous quality of life Fort Collins residents enjoy.
Fort Collins is also only a few hours drive to the heart of ski country.
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 Mayors Traffic Safety Initiative Ft Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins is a fast-growing community located approximately 60 miles north of Denver.
Collins is one of the top centers in the West for high technology manufacturing, biotechnology, and environmental research.
Fort Collins was the second city in Colorado to use camera radar to decrease speeding and reduce the number and severity of crashes.
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 Fort Collins Colorado Guide to Local Hotels, Lodging, Restaurants, Real Estate, Car Rentals and Area Information
Fort Collins is northern Colorado’s largest city, sitting on the edge of the prairie at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.
Fort Collins was established in 1862 as a fort by the 9th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, swiftly becoming an agriculturally based community.
One of the biggest draws is the large number of microbreweries and brewpubs, that are based out of the city, drawing crowds for tastings and brewery tours.
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 Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins, Colorado, in Larimer county, is 58 miles N of Denver, Colorado.
Fort Collins folks tended to give their money ($90,875) to John Kerry in the 2004 Presidential race.
As of 2000, the share of housing units in Fort Collins that were owner-occupied was 57%.
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 Brenda Sells Colorado - Fort Collins, Colorado
The home of Colorado State University, Fort Collins offers a thriving college community with an abundance of things to do and places to eat.
For more detailed information on the City of Fort Collins, please connect to the link to the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce.
Fort Collins has many of the more popular national chain restaurants -- most of which are not listed here.
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 Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins is 65 miles north of Denver.
Exhibits at the Fort Collins Museum tell the region's history: from its early days as a Paleo-Indian campsite; to 1864, when the Army built a fort to protect travelers on the Overland Trail; and up to the post–World War II boom days.
Fort Collins was just a settlement with rough frontier edges when, more than 130 years ago, it became the site of a land-grant college, with an initial class of five.
www.sunset.com /sunset/Premium/Travel/2001/10-Oct/Fortcollins1001/Fortcollins10011.html   (798 words)

 Preserve America Community: Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins (population 126,848) was established in the 1860s for the protection of travelers and settlers along the Cache La Poudre River and the Colorado branch of the Overland Trail.
Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University, which began as the state agricultural college in 1879, three years after Colorado became the 38th State and two years after the Colorado Central Railroad provided a vital link to the transcontinental line.
Fort Collins has many fine historical museums, active volunteers, an innovative historic preservation program with a Zero Interest Loan Program for historic rehabilitation as well as a design assistance program for small-scale projects affecting historic resources, and the first 1950s-era landmark residential district designated in Colorado.
www.preserveamerica.gov /PAcommunity-fortcollinsCO.html   (392 words)

 Colorado: Boulder, Fort Collins, Denver, Golden -- Cities, Attractions, Things to Do, and More
Colorado is a great place for adventures of all kinds.
A friendly college town with a sophisticated flair, Fort Collins could be one of Colorado's best cities to live, visit, and play.
Fort Collins is also home to the Town Pump, opened in 1936, the smallest bar in Colorado is tiny and tacky, and fun.
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 The Best American Towns | Outside Online   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fort Collins has more than enough backyard wilderness and green bona fides to hold its own—with less traffic and cheaper real estate.
Colorado State University delivers more paychecks than anyone else in town and helps set the eco-conscious tone, with its 212-acre Environmental Learning Center, situated on prime fox-and-heron habitat on the Cache la Poudre River, on the edge of town.
Fort Collins's Climate Wise program provides free consulting to 33 local businesses—from the Anheuser-Busch plant and CSU to natural grocer Wild Oats—on how to cut greenhouse-gas emissions; strategies include switching to biodiesel and increasing recycling.
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 General Information about Fort Collins, Colorado
The population of Fort Collins is 131 000 (2007 city estimate).
Fort Collins is officially classified as a metropolitan area by the Census, and is the fifth largest city in Colorado.
Fort Collins is the county seat of government for Larimer County (also the largest town in the county).
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 Fort Collins Colorado Real Estate
in Larimer County, Ft. Collins is nestled in the foothills of the northern Colorado Rocky Mountains approx.
Loveland and Fort Collins are adjacent cities facing the majestic Front Range of the Rockies.
Fort Collins, home to Colorado State University, took in more of those crowds.
www.relocateamerica.com /states/CO/cities/fortcollins.htm   (459 words)

 Fort Collins, Colorado Travel & Vacation Guide - Visitor Information
Home to Colorado State University, Fort Collins caters to a youthful crowd, with a number of outdoor recreation outfitters and a skate park among the attractions.
Visitors to Fort Collins have ready access to several different kinds of terrain.
Fort Collins is located in north central Colorado, not far from the Wyoming border.
www.go-colorado.com /Fort-Collins   (162 words)

 Fort Collins, Colorado-Cabins, Lodging, Camping - The Colorado Vacation Directory
Fort Collins is a growing city with a small-town feel, perfect for any getaway.
Tucked between the plains and the mountains, Fort Collins is the last city on I-25 north before you hit the Wyoming border.
Copyright by The Colorado Directory, Inc. This is a directory only; it is not and does not contain a recommendation,warranty, guaranty, inducement or endorsement of any kind.
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 Visit Fort Collins Colorado guide for tourists and vistors Fort Collins Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Qualifier at the Fort Rodeo is proud to present a parade of bucking broncos, representing some of the finest artists in Fort Collins and across the country.
Situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins is home to fabulous recreational opportunities, diverse cultural attractions, a vibrant nightlife scene, and family fun galore.
From family kayaking, bicycling or backpacking trips in northern Colorado, to some of the best tent camping in Colorado, Fort Collins has it all for your next outdoor adventure.
www.ftcollins.org   (306 words)

 Fort Collins Colorado Family Law Attorney Barbara L. Naas divorce custody adoption child support
Fort Collins Colorado Family Law Attorney Barbara L. Naas divorce custody adoption child support
At the office of Barbara L. Naas, Family Law Attorney in Fort Collins Colorado, we know that preparing for divorce and issues related to divorce is one of the most stressful situations that a family can face.  We strive to provide competent, professional legal services in a supportive atmosphere.
In Divorce, our state laws favor sharing of parenting when possible and practical.  That may mean a 50-50 split of custody, or it may mean a hybrid of some sort.  Custody involves allocating decision-making power of parents as well as matters of where the children will live.
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 Fort Collins, Colorado - mountain bike - road bike - horsetooth - bike rides - mountain bike trails, bike riding
Though it seems uncommon for the weather like this, you may be surprised to learn that the weather in the Front Range of Colorado commonly repeats this same dry pattern.
There are many trails on the West side of the reservoir and we have a special section on those trails in our other Fort Collins, CO section.
Living in Fort Collins allows for cyclists to ride on some of the best terrain you can find.
www.bikeparts.com /trails/ftcollins_dec.html   (455 words)

 Fort Collins, Colorado (Cities)
Fort Collins, population over 115,000, lies north of Denver on Highway 87.
The city serves as the seat of Larimer County in northern Colorado and enjoys a scenic location on the Cache La Poudre River.
Fort Collins is part of the Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado metro area.
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 Hilton Fort Collins - Fort Collins Colorado
The Hilton Fort Collins ''The Official Home of the Rams'' is located in beautiful Northern Colorado, home of Fortune 500 companies that include Hewlett Packard, Kodak, Anheuser Busch and Agilent.
Many restaurant and shopping opportunities are within a 5 mile radius of the hotel.Hilton Fort Collins hotel features 255 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites each equipped with high-speed internet access and a spacious work desk.
The Hilton Fort Collins executive level is offered on the 9th floor with a west side view of the beautiful Colorado Rockies.
www.fortcollins.com /hotel/25134/Hilton_Fort_Collins.html   (203 words)

 AmericInn Lodge and Suites, a Fort Collins Hotel near Windsor in Colorado
The picturesque town of Fort Collins is beckoning.
Fort Collins, Colorado is a historic town with so much to offer year-round, perfect for your next leisure trip, business meeting, family vacation, or romantic getaway.
At AmericInn Lodge and Suites in Fort Collins, whether you are staying with us for business or pleasure you can expect the very best service, quality, and the best night’s sleep you would expect from any AmericInn.
www.coloradolodges.com   (186 words)

 Fort Collins Travel: City of Fort Collins Colorado Tourism Directory & Vacation Guide
Home to Colorado State University, the city contains gardens and centers open to the public, such as at the Environmental Learning Center and the CSU Arboretum.
Fort Collins is known to have the most micro-breweries per capita in Colorado, including CooperSmith's Brewery and the New Belgium Brewing Company.
Fort Collins boasts a wealth of adventure companies, all offering memorable excursions for activities such as white water rafting, trail riding and fishing, to name a few.
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 Fort Collins Now - Submit an Obituary | Serving Fort Collins, Colorado
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 Fort Collins Colorado Real Estate - buy or sell your next home with Sean and the Aloha Team!
Located about an hour, or 60 miles north of Denver, Colorado and some 45 miles south of the Colorado/Wyoming border; Fort Collins is a location utilized some of our better known International businesses - Hewlett-Packard/Agilent, WaterPik and Anheuser-Busch/Budweiser to name just few.
Fort Collins, Colorado is a city of about 131,000 permanent residents, swelled by a student population of some 28,000 from our very own Colorado State University - home of the Colorado State Rams!
Nestled in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, we enjoy fine weather and relatively mild winters, while our proximity to nearby winter sports paradises like Vail, Summit County, Loveland Ski Area and Aspen means that excellent winter sports are within our grasp.
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