Family friendlyPublic transit is accessibleWalkable to grocery storesYards are well-keptLots of parksWalkable to restaurantsFriendly neighbors Safe at night Pet friendly Streets have sidewalksA quiet areaSense of community
Still one of the better Denver suburbs, but suffering from population issues
Feb 28, 2020)
I lived in Littleton for 4 years. Colorado native. We moved 2 years ago due to overcrowding. The biggest things affected are traffic (horrendous 7 days a week), housing inventory and prices (massively competitive and overvalued), and just the general overcrowding of parks, lakes, ...Read
trails, grocery stores, etc.
The people who relocate here from bigger cities seem to think it's great; but the Colorado natives hate it. The Front Range area of Colorado is the fastest growing area in the country and it is stressing everything.
I dont think the weather deserves a D+ score; it is QUITE good compared to other areas of the country like the midwest. Abundant sunshine, relatively mild winters, and hot, dry summers.
Jan 14, 2012)
Friendly people, great spacious neighborhoods with lots of common areas to walk and enjoy the outdoors. Great bike trails and 20 minutes from downtown Denver. Eating out is challenging as there only a handful of good restaurants to choose from. Lifestyle in the suburbs does not g ...Read
et better, in winter you are close enough to the ski slopes to enjoy the pristine powder and down in Denver its dry with bright blue skies. For kids Littleton offers a lifestyle of riding bikes, playing sport and generally having a great balance of entertainment and a access to safe play environments. Downtown Littleton have upgraded the main street and subsequently all adjacent blocks and now offers a great destination to take friends out for a cocktail after work. It has a great vibe to the main street area and the local parades and light ceremonies offer some good entertainment for families.