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Top Five Reasons to Live in Evans, CO

  • With a population of 19,944, Evans, Colorado is located along the scenic South Platte River, making it a favorite destination for rafters. Just 46 miles from Denver, Evans enjoys a moderate climate. In recent years, Evans has experienced rapid expansion, but the city still has a small mountain-town feel that's even more evident during EvansFest, a beloved annual festival that celebrates living and working in this close-knit community.

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  • Low sales tax and shopping! Evans has a super low sales tax rate of just 2.9%, which makes it a mecca for shoppers. Plus, just outside town there's a Walmart Supercenter (3103 S 23rd Ave), as well as popular Greeley Mall (2050 Greeley Mall), which features 70 stores.
  • New homes for sale! Evans has a healthy housing market, and its median sales price of $171,300 represents a 15.6% increase over last year's prices. The neighborhood of Ponderosa Court has a number of lovely, townhouse-style condominium homes for sale with luxury amenities such as gas fireplaces and oversized garages. For bargain hunters, new homes are often listed for under $100,000 around the area of Buffalo Trail, many with three bedrooms and two baths.
  • Home and apartment rentals all year! The rental market in Evans stays pretty consistent year round, whether you're looking for rent to own houses or standard monthly rentals. If you're looking for rentals, one area to check is Phlox Lane, a lovely neighborhood with newer ranch-style homes. Likewise, the area of High Drive boasts a number of attractive ranch-style houses, some of which may list for under $1,000 a month.
  • Great local events! For many locals, the highlight of the Evans calendar is the annual EvansFest, which takes place on the first Saturday after Labor Day. Held in City Park, the event boasts plenty of local food, a huge parade, and lots of live entertainment. Also highly-anticipated is the Potato Day Festival, which is held three miles outside Evans every September in Greeley's Centennial Village. This event celebrates the history of farming and agriculture in Evans, Greeley, and other Front Range towns.
  • Good eats! For a town this size, Evans has a great variety of restaurants to choose from. Local favorites include Palomino Mexican Restaurant, which serves up huge enchiladas and fantastic cheesecake, and Double Clutch Cafe, which is especially prized for its green chili.