Just 20 miles north of Denver, Erie covers a total area of 9.6 square miles. It offers many mountain views and scenic trails, with little rainfall throughout the year. Erie provides venues for many different types of recreational opportunities. In the 1870’s, Erie became the most important coal town in Colorado as it was Colorado’s largest producer for a time. Most coal mines in the town were no longer producing by 1960 and in 1978, one of the last operating mines in Erie, the Eagle Mine, discontinued operations. Since the early 2000’s, Erie’s population has grown substantially and currently is home to approximately 27,157 residents.
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