We all know that the Denver Metro Area is the largest in the state of Colorado, but what happens when you break down the boundaries by city? Which cities would be considered the largest in the state of Colorado? We have compiled the list for you based on population. There are 451 cities and towns in the state of Colorado and these are the largest according to Colorado Demographics:

  1. Denver - Population 705,576
  2. Colorado Springs - Population 464,871
  3. Aurora - Population 369,111
  4. Fort Collins - Population 165,609
  5. Lakewood - Population 155,146
  6. Thornton - Population 136,868
  7. Arvada - Population 118,746
  8. Westminster - Population 112,962
  9. Pueblo - Population 110,841
  10. Centennial - Population 110,218
  11. Boulder - Population 106,392
  12. Greeley - Population 105,888
  13. Highlands Ranch - Population 105,631
  14. Longmont - Population 94,445
  15. Loveland - Population 76,972

Other Northern Colorado cities and towns on the list include Windsor ranked at 32 with a population of 26,806, Evans ranked at 38 with a population of 20,533, Johnstown ranked at 47 with a population of 14,910, Firestone ranked at 50 with a population of 14,033, and Milliken ranking at 88 with a population of 7,185. If you would like to see the entire list of Colorado's 451 cities and towns ranked by size of the population, you can do so HERE.

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