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Moving from Phoenix, AZ to Denver, CO

Moving from Phoenix, AZ to Denver, CO

So you’re thinking about moving from Phoenix, AZ to Denver, CO?

Denver is a beautiful city nestled in the heart of the United States. With a bustling population and scenic views, it also happens to be one of the best places in the country to call home. While you often here of people wanting to get away for a vacation to Colorado, the same cannot be said for Phoenix, AZ with its harsh desert climate. There are many reasons why moving from Phoenix, AZ to Denver, CO might be the right idea for you, and this article will detail a few of the most important reasons why that it is the case.

What is the weather like in Denver?

Moving away from the hot temperatures of Phoenix is likely one of the biggest draws of moving to Denver. While Denver does on occasion reach as high as 100 degrees during the summer, these temperatures are well above the average. Summers typically keep things under 90 and drop to the upper 60s and low 70s during the evening. Both fall and spring are mild, while winter varies between mild and very cold temperatures. For Phoenix residents who have never had the opportunity to experience snow, Denver provides a very white, beautiful winter season, with over 50 inches of average rainfall. For anyone who’s grown up in hot weather and wants to experience life in a city that has four distinct seasons, Denver is definitely a great place for you.

How are the schools in Denver?

Denver has an excellent, comprehensive education system available for students. There are around 73,000 students taught in approximately 73 campuses throughout the city. For those looking at higher education, Denver has a variety of different options. The University of Colorado Denver and Metropolitan State University of Colorado are among the more popular public institutions. The Community College of Denver is available for anyone seeking an associate’s degree. There’s also the University of Denver, a private school and the first collegiate option established in the city. There are also other places like Regis University and Johnson & Wales University that have diverse educational options.

What is it about Denver and bicycles?

One of the most unique qualities of Denver is its transportation. It is not unusual that the large majority of Denver people spend their commute times in their cars. Rather, it is unusual that there is a strong minority who spend their commute time on their bicycles. Denver is considered the third most bicycle-friendly large city in the U.S., and there are 850 miles of off-road bike trails throughout the city. In addition, many streets have bike lanes, which have allowed many of residents to start using bicycles to commute to work. There is even a bicycle sharing program, called B-Cycle, which has around 400 bikes currently registered throughout the city. Since launching, each year has seen exponential growth in the program. Denver is definitely a city that has a proactive green initiative that also serves to promote the health and fitness of its public.

What are the parks like in Denver?

Denver is also one of the most scenic locations in the United States, and offers an arguably more aesthetic landscape for residents to view than Phoenix does. The City Park is the largest park in the city, covering 330 acres. This park includes a zoo, a boathouse, Ferril and Duck Lakes and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. While this is the most prominent park location, there are over 200 located within the city. Denver has a long history of staying in touch with its beautiful landscape, with the City Beautiful campaign that helped to establish many of the city’s parks. There are also many mountain parks in Denver, with the Red Rocks Park perhaps the most interesting, thanks in no small part to its amphitheatre, an impressive musical venue that holds an audience of over 9,000 people.

Moving to Denver?

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Welcome to your new home in Denver!

With its gorgeous views and friendly atmosphere, comparing Denver to Phoenix really isn’t even fair. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and grab a bicycle; move to Denver today!

The service center for Phoenix, Arizona is located in Phoenix, AZ
The service center for Denver, Colorado is located in Denver, CO

Information about Phoenix, AZ

Est. Population: 1445632
County: Maricopa
Latitude: 33.4500
Longitude: -112.0667
Zip Codes: 85003
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Information about Denver, CO

Est. Population: 600158
County: Denver
Latitude: 39.7333
Longitude: -105.0167
Zip Codes: 80002
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