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Lakewood Colorado

Lakewood Colorado

About Lakewood

Lakewood is home to more than 80 maintained parks!

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HISTORY of Lakewood Colorado Mortgage

In 1889, Lakewood, Colorado was known as an urban/suburban development. Charles Welch and W.A.H. Loveland platted a 13-block area along Colfax Avenue west of Denver in eastern Lakewood for the town of Lakewood.

In 1969, the city of Lakewood, Colorado was incorporated. At this time, the city population was already over 90,000 people making Lakewood one of the largest cities at the time of original incorporation in the U.S.

Today Lakewood, Colorado is a vibrant residential and business community striving to preserve its historical heritage and maintain open spaces and parks for residents of the community to enjoy.


The elevation of Lakewood, Colorado is 5,450 feet above sea level. Lakewood, Colorado is the most populous city in Lakewood. It is the fourth most populous city in the state and the 164 th most populous city in the U.S. The population of Lakewood, Colorado is 140,024 people.

Lakewood , Colorado is 44.7 square miles of which 41.6 square miles is land and 0.9 square miles of water.

The estimated median household income in 2005 was $50,234. Approximately 4.8% of families and 7.1% of the population are below the poverty level.


Lakewood, Colorado has many beautiful neighborhoods with older homes as well as newer homes. Average prices for homes in Lakewood range from $350,000 to over $3,000,000. What attracts buyers to Lakewood, Colorado is that the city is located approximately seven miles west of downtown Denver and can be easily accessed by the 6th Avenue freeway. Interstate 25 is nearby for an easy commute to the Denver Tech Center. Colfax Avenue takes you to the Denver West Business Park. Denver International Airport (DIA) is only 30 miles from Lakewood, Colorado. Living in Lakewood, Colorado, you have quick access to the foothills of Golden, nearby shopping centers and great restaurants.

There are approximately 36,500 families residing in the city and approximately 60,531 households in the beautiful neighborhoods throughout Lakewod, Colorado. From condominiums, townhouses, patio homes and single-family homes, you’ll find well maintained subdivisions in Lakewood such as Belmar, Solterra, Green Gable, Beer Creek Village and Westgate to name a few.

If you are considering moving to Lakewood, Colorado and looking to finance a new or used home, contact Stone Creek Mortgage. We are a Colorado Mortgage company who has helped many people get loans for homes in Lakewood, Colorado. Even if you are unable to obtain conventional financing on any property in Lakewood, Stone Creek Mortgage can find the right financing for you.


Lakewood Heritage Center located at S. Wadsworth Blvd. and W. Ohio Ave., 801 S. Yarrow Street, Lakewood, phone 303 987 7850. This is an historic and social center park featuring lifestyles of the 20 th Century. From the Family Farm Center and the Belmar Estate Center of the 1920’s-1930’s, the Colfax Commercial Hub from the 1930’s to 1960’s, to the Future Center of the 1960’s-2000, you will see the historic Lakewood area and it progress through the years. Located in beautiful Belmar Park, the museum currently has over 10 historic structures, 30,000 preserved artifacts and an outdoor amphitheater. You can take a guided tour of the Center for a fee or you can do a self-guided walking tour free.

The Laboratory of Art and Ideas at Belmar located at 404 South Upham Street, Lakewood, phone 303 934 1777 is a new institution dedicated to contemporary art and thought, combining elements of an art museum, think tank and public forum. The Lab offers art exhibitions by leading regional, national and international contemporary artists, as well as weekly lectures and creative, adult education programs. Located in the emerging cultural hub of the Belmar neighborhood, the Lab enjoys a prominent position as the civic anchor between “Zales” and “Yankee Candle” in a new urban development five-miles west of downtown Denver.

Casa Bonita located at 6715 W Colfax Ave , Lakewood , phone 303 232 5115 is one of the most famous Mexican restaurants in Lakewood. This restaurant was once featured in a South Park cartoon episode. Bring the family to enjoy great food and great entertainment. With over thirty attractions the kids will love the cliff divers, escaping gorillas, cowboy shootouts, lost caves and caverns, amusement arcade and more.

For the avid golfers, the City of Lakewood operates two outstanding public golf courses with both magnificent views of downtown Denver and panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains. Fox Hollow and theHomestead at Fox Hollow, offer a unique mix of terrain types and course challenges. You’ll enjoy golfing along tranquil lakes and quiet streams. Take a private lesson taught by qualified PGA and LGA professionals. Adult golf clinic for beginners if offered and a variety of golf groups for men and ladies. The Fox Hollow Golf Course phone number is 303 986 7888 and the Homestead Golf Course number is 720 963 5181.


The Lakewood Department of Community Resources has six divisions that work together to provide for outstanding parks and recreational areas. With over 98 parks, four recreation centers, and miles of hiking and walking paths there is always fun and exciting outdoor activities for everyone.

William Frederick Hayden Park on Green Mountain has over 2,400 acres of open space and is the second largest park in Lakewood. Enjoy the challenging network of multi-use trails including a 13-mile loop at the summit of Green Mountain. The summit reaches 6,800 feet and offers unique and stunning views of the Denver Metropolitan area to the east, as well as high mountain peaks to the west. The majority of William Frederick Hayden Park was donated by or purchased from the Hayden Family since 1972. Once home to the buffalo, this park now provides rich habitat for a diverse array of wildlife including coyotes, hawks, rattlesnakes, bluebirds, rabbit, mule deer, and an occasional mountain lion.

Bear Creek Lake Park located at 15600 Morrison Road is both a park and campground facility. Come and enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, fishing, picnicking and camping on 2600 acres of open space. Sailboats, sailboards, canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, and bikes are available to rent Memorial Day to Labor Day at the Soda Lake Marina. Park rangers offer a variety of interpretive programs including nature guided hikes and weekly campfire programs in the summertime. Fifty campsites are available at the Indian Paintbrush Campground.

Belmar Park located at 801 S. Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, is a great place to visit with friends and family. The park includes walking paths, playgrounds for the kids, restrooms, and access to Lakewood’s Heritage Center.


Lakewood R-1 School District operates Lakewood, Colorado schools. There are 43 elementary schools, 18 middle schools and 18 public and private high schools throughout Lakewood, Colorado.

Public high schools in Lakewood include:

Alameda High School located at 1255 South Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, phone 303 982 8102, has 962 students in grades 9 through 12.

Bear Creek High School located at 3490 South Kipling Street, Lakewood, phone 303 982 8855 has 1,884 students in grades 9 through 12.

Green Mountain High School located at 13175 W Green Mountain Drive, Lakewood, phone 303 982 9449 has 1, 602 students in grades 9 through 12.

Lakewood High School located at 9700 West 8th Avenue, Lakewood, phone 303 982 7085 has 1,709 students in grades 9 through 12.

Public middle schools in Lakewood include:

Bear Creek Elementary School located at 9601 West Dartmouth Place, Lakewood, phone 303 982 8919 has 1,060 students in grades K-8.

Carmody Middle School located at 2050 S Kipling Street, Lakewood, phone 303 982 1205 has 716 students in grades 7-8.

Creighton Middle School located at 75 Independence Street, Lakewood, phone 303 982 6312 has 636 students in grades 7-8.

Red Rocks Community College located at 13300 W. Sixth Ave, Lakewood, phone 303 914 6600, Web site offers various Associates degree from Accounting, Economics, Health, Psychology and even in Woodworking. Established in 1969 as one of three new campuses of the Community College of Denver, the new CCD west campus first opened its doors at a temporary site on West Quail St. in Lakewood.

Remington College located at 11011 W 6th Ave, Lakewood, phone 303 445 0500, Web site offers both Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degrees in Health Science, Criminal Justice, Business, Electronics and IT.


Wells Fargo 
310 S. Teller Street
Lakewood, CO
Phone: 303 937 3355

Wells Fargo 
143 Union Blvd # 120
Lakewood, CO‎
Phone: 303 985 0224

Wells Fargo 
437 S Wadsworth Blvd
Lakewood , CO‎
Phone: 303 763

First Bank 
12043 W Alameda Pkwy
Lakewood, CO‎
Phone: 303 237 5000

First Bank 
14185 W Colfax Dr
Lakewood , CO‎
Phone: 303 239 9000

First Bank 
550 S Wadsworth Blvd
Lakewood , CO
Phone: (303 233 8000

First Bank 
12345 W Colfax Ave
Lakewood, CO‎
Phone: 303 235 1026

U.S. Bank 
12340 W Alameda Pkwy
Lakewood , CO‎
Phone: 303 989 1777

U.S. Bank 
10395 W Colfax Ave
Lakewood, CO‎
Phone: 303 237 7757

U.S. Bank 
363 S Teller St.
Lakewood, CO
Phone: 303 935 4478


Denver Federal Center located at West 6 th Avenue and Kipling Street, Lakewood, phone 303 202 4600 has the largest concentration of Federal agencies outside of the Washington DC area. The Denver Federal Center (DFC) is adjacent to the foothills of the Colorado Rockies and is only minutes from downtown Denver. The DFC is a 623 –acre campus with fifty-five federal buildings, totaling four million square feet.

Gambro Company headquarters located at 10811 W. Collins Ave, Lakewood, employs 1200 people and is a world leader in blood bank technologies, automated blood collection and processing, pathogen reduction.

Sunshine Janitorial Specialists located at 7717 W 6th Ave Ste, Lakewood employs 575 people and provides building maintenance services.


City of Lakewood, Colorado
480 S. Allison Pkwy.
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: 303 987 7000
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Lakewood Police Department 
480 S. Allison Pkwy.
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: 303 987 7000
Web site:

Lakewood County Sheriff’s Department

Sheriff’s Office
200 Lakewood Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 303 277 0211
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West Metro Fire Rescue 
433 S. Allison Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: 303 989 4307
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Denver Water 
1600 W.12 th Ave.
Denver, Colorado 80204
Phone: 303 628 6000
Web site:

In addition, the City of Lakewood provides water service to a small area in the northeast part of the City. Several other entities serve the balance of the City.

Xcel Energy
24-hour Electric and Gas Emergency Contacts:
Electric Emergency/Power Outage 
Gas Emergency/Gas Odor 
Web site:


Belmar located at South Wadsworth Boulevard and Alameda Avenue replaces the old Villa Italia Mall. The redeveloped Belmar Mall houses a diverse mix of residential, retail and cultural establishments.

Colorado Mills located at 14500 W Colfax Ave, Golden, CO phone 303 384 3000 offers shopping enthusiasts with the best brand names and outlet-shopping extravaganza. You’ll find Neiman Marcus, Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse, Saks 5 th Avenue off 5 th, Build a Bear Workshop, Banana Republic Factory store and much more. Stop and relax at the many fine restaurants or just enjoy the fun entertainment centers the mall has to offer.

Antique Mall of Lakewood located at 9635 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood, offers shopping adventure for antique hunters and memorabilia collectors. This 34,000 square foot mall has three floors filled with great antiques. Grab a quick lunch at the Copper Kettle restaurant in the mall.

Furniture Row Shopping Center located at 10301 W 6th Avenue, Lakewood, has name brand contemporary to classic furniture. You’ll get great home decorating ideas as well as great deals along the Furniture Row Shopping Center.