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Littleton Colorado

About Littleton

Littleton is known for its Historic Downtown area with many shops and restaurants.

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HISTORY of Littleton Colorado

During the “Pikes Peak” gold rush of 1859, Littleton, Colorado was an important town. Littleton, Colorado’s farmers and merchants sold goods and services to prospectors on their way to seek their fortune. As Denver City began to grow, there was a need to construct a series of ditches to carry water to farms and businesses that did not have ready access to rivers and creeks. Since much of the area is semi-arid, Denver hired engineers to lay out a system. Richard Sullivan Little of New Hampshire came to the Littleton area to survey the land. Little fell in love with the area and filed a home stake and other land claims. He began farming in the area and joined with several other neighbors to build the Rough and Ready Flour Mill in 1867. This mill provided a solid economic base in the community for years to come.

When the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad reached the area in 1871, settlements and economic growth began at a rapid pace. In 1872, the Littles filed a plat to subdivide much of their property into the village of Littleton. In 1876 when Colorado was admitted as a state, there were schools, churches, a hotel and stores in the village of Littleton. The 245 residents in Littleton voted to incorporate the town of Littleton in 1890.

In 1902 when the old Arapahoe County was divided into Arapahoe, Denver, Adams, Washington and Yuma counties, Littleton was awarded the temporary county seat and eventually became the county seat for Arapahoe County. This brought an economic boost to the county with government jobs and businesses.

However, agriculture remained the staple industry of Littleton until after World War II. Littleton, Colorado offered homes to businesses in electronics and pneumatics, moving to munitions and to aerospace. Manufacturing became the important employer in Littleton, Colorado and accounted for the boom in housing development during the fifties, sixties and seventies.


Littleton , Colorado, elevation 5,380 feet above sea level, is the county seat of Arapahoe County and the 17 th most populous city in Colorado. According to the US Census Bureau in 2000 the population of Littleton, Colorado was 40,340. Littleton has a total area of 13.9 square miles of which,13.5 square miles is land and 0.4 square miles is water.

Littleton is a suburb of south Denver on the west side of Interstate 25. Since July 2000, it has been served by the Regional Transportation District’s light rail system.

There are approximately 17,313 households and 10,387 families residing in the city of Littleton. The median income for a household is $51,800 and the median income for a family is $64,671.


Littleton, Colorado is a unique community. Littleton’s demographics include the city of Littleton and surrounding unincorporated communities who are part of both Arapahoe and Jefferson counties. This area is assigned eleven Zip codes and cover a vast area west, east and south of the city which is much larger than the city itself.

Some of the unincorporated communities with the Littleton addresses include Acres Green, Carriage Club, Columbine, Heritage Hills, Ken Caryl and Roxborough Park. Some of the actual subdivisions in the city of Littleton, Colorado include Alpers Farm, Arapaho Hills, Belleview Acres, Bow-Mar Knolls, Briar Ridge and Burning Tree. Prices for homes in these areas range from $250,000 up to $1,475,000.

If you are moving to Littleton, Stone Creek Mortgage can help you with your financing needs. We are a Colorado Mortgage Company who has helped many people obtain loans for homes in Metro Denver Colorado. Even if you are unable to obtain conventional financing on property in Littleton, Stone Creek Mortgage can help with your refinance.


Littleton Historical Museum located off Gallup Street by Ketring Lake, 6028 South Gallup Street, Littleton, phone 303 795 3950. For more than 30 years, the Littleton Historical Museum has served as the primary repository for the history, art and culture of Littleton. Located on 39 acres, the museum consists of two living history farms – one from the 1860’s and one from the 1890’s- a small lake, a collections center and a main exhibition and administration building. Here you will find Littleton’s original log schoolhouse, a 1903 working blacksmith shop and an icehouse. The Littleton Historical Museum is one of only 700 museums to be fully accredited by the American Association of Museums, and one of only 140 members and the only Colorado museum represented as part of the Smithsonian Affiliates.

Historic Old Town Littleton

Take a leisurely walking tour of retail stores and businesses along the quaint old downtown area. Located on US 85 ( Santa Fe) and Littleton Blvd intersections. The town lies west of Broadway, north of C470, south of Belleview, and east of the Platte River Valley. During the month of August each year, Old Town Littleton hosts Western Welcome Week. This is an annual community celebration that began in 1928. Western Welcome Week includes over 40 events benefiting dozens of local civic and charitable organizations.

Danny Dietz Memorial Statue at Berry Park commemorates fallen Navy SEAL Danny “D.J.” Dietz with a bronze scale statue. This statue is based on one of the last photos taken of Dietz just before his fatal mission, showing him in a crouched position, dressed in full combat gear and holding his M-4 rifle on one knee. Dietz is shown holding his rifle in a ‘parade-rest’ position and was erected not only as a memorial but also for schoolchildren to use in their studies when discussing war.

Alfred Packer grave site and tombstone, compliments of the government, is located at the southwest quarter of lot 65 in the Littleton Cemetery. In 1873, Alfred Packer was employed to lead twenty-one men seeking their fortunes in the gold fields near Breckenridge, Colorado. After an arduous three months in unrelenting winter weather, they located the camp of Ute Indian Chief Ouray, near present-day Montrose, and were provided food and shelter. Against the advice of Chief Ouray, Packer and five other men continued their trek eastward, not wishing to lose further time waiting for a break in the weather. Sixty-six days later, only Packer emerged from the mountains —looking more fit than he should. He first claimed that he had become separated from his companions in the blinding snow and had survived on rabbits and rose buds. But when confronted about having a lot of money and personal possessions of the missing men, he finally admitted his tale of cannibalism: how four of the men had died in turn from the extreme conditions and been eaten by the rest, and how he killed the fifth crazed companion, Shannon Bell, in self-defense before devouring him, as well. He was convicted of manslaughter and only served 5 years in prison. The remainder of his life he lived in Littleton, Colorado.

Littleton Golf and Tennis Club located at 5800 South Federal Blvd, Littleton, 303 794 5838 is a public 18-hole course and features 2,108 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 31. The course rating is 62.6 and it has a slope rating of 96 on Blue grass. Littleton Golf course was designed by Richard M. Phelps, ASGCA.


South Suburban Parks and Recreation

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The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District offers fun outdoor and indoor activities throughout Arapahoe County. Enjoy activities from well-kept golf courses to miniature golf courses, parks and trails, skate parks, indoor sports field, tennis courts to fun recreational centers.

Chatfield State Park

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Chatfield State Park is southwest of Denver and located south of C-470 and Wadsworth. This manmade reservoir and park offers many outdoor activities. Bring your sailboats, speedboats or fishing boats for a fun day of water sports. Enjoy the scenic views of the neighboring foothills and Platte River valley while hiking or biking along the many trails. You can camp, horseback ride or fly a model airplane at the Park. You may even see hot air balloons lifting off early in the morning. With over 197 campsites all with electrical hookups and many with full water, sewer and electric this quick get-away is perfect. All the campsites are within walking distance to the lake and have picnic tables and grills. The facilities are fantastic with flush toilets, hot showers, laundry, centrally located water, fire rings and a sanitary waste station.

Roxborough State Park

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Roxborough State Park is a Colorado Natural Area and a National Natural Landmark. This 3,339-acre park is filled with dramatic red-rock formations, distinct plant communities and a host of wildlife ranging from black bears to mule deer. Take in all of Roxborough’s geological wonders via a series of trails for every level of hiker. The Fountain Valley Overlook is only 100 yards from the Visitor Center and provides spectacular views of several beautiful rock formations, including the Fountain Formation, Lyons Formation, and the Dakota Hogback.


Littleton Public School District is located at 5776 South Crocker Street, Littleton, phone: 303 347 3300, Web site educates about 16,000 students in grades K-12. There are 15 elementary schools (K-5), four middle schools (6-8), and three high schools (9-12) as well as three alternative education schools and two charter schools (K-8).

High schools in Littleton include:

Arapahoe High School located at 2201 East Dry Creek Road and has 2,178 students in grades 9 through 12.

Heritage High School located at 1401 West Geddes Avenue and has 1,883 students in grades 9 through 12.

Littleton High School located at 199 East Littleton Boulevard and has 1,710 students in grades 9 through 12.

Colleges located in the city of Littleton, Colorado:

Arapahoe Community College
5900 South Santa Fe Drive
Littleton , Colorado 80160-9002
Phone: 303 797 4222
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The Denver Theological Seminary 
6399 South Santa Fe Drive
Littleton , CO 80120
Phone: 800 922 3040
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Wells Fargo- SouthGlenn 
2350 E Arapahoe Rd.
Littleton, CO 80122
Phone: 303 797 4738

Wells Fargo 
5601 S Broadway
Littleton, CO 80121
Phone: 303 730 5422

First Bank 
5050 E. Arapahoe Rd
Centennial, CO 80122
Phone: 303 237 5000

Firs Bank of Littleton 
101 W. County Line Rd.
Littleton, CO 80129
Phone: 303 798 3000

U.S. Bank National Association – SouthGlenn Branch 
2401 East Arapahoe Road
Littleton, Colorado 80122
Phone: 303 795 2468


Lockheed Martin is the world’s premier advanced technology company with their main plant located at 12257 S. Wadsworth Blvd, Littleton, CO. Lockheed Martin also has a satellite location at 12999 W Deer Creek, Littleton, CO.

Dish Network located at 5701 S Santa Fe Dr, Littleton and provides Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) television products and services to customers worldwide.

Arapahoe County Government located at 5334 S. Prince Street, Littleton, phone: 303 795 4400. Web site: county services for Littleton and Arapahoe County.

Time Warner Telecom Corporate Headquarters located at 10475 Park Meadows Drive, Littleton, phone 303 566 1000, Web Site is a leading national provider of managed network services for businesses, organizations and communication services companies. Time Warner Telecom specializes in telecommunications, Ethernet and transport data networking, Internet access, local and long distance voice, VoIP and security.

Golden Star Resources, Ltd located at 10901 W Toller Dr # 300, Littleton, phone 303 830 9000, Web site a mining company for gold ores from lode deposits and owns controlling interest in significant gold properties.


Arapahoe County Government 
5334 S. Prince Street
Littleton, CO 80166
Phone: 303 795 4400
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City of Littleton, Colorado
2255 W. Berry Ave.
Littleton, CO 80165
Phone: 303 795 3700
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Littleton Police Department 
2255 W. Berry Ave.
Littleton, CO 80165
Phone: 303 795 3700
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Littleton Fire and Rescue Department 
2255 W. Berry Ave.
Littleton, CO 80165
Phone: 303 795 3700
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Littleton Public Services Department 
2255 W. Berry Ave.
Littleton, CO 80165
Phone: 303 795 3700
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Xcel Energy
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Aspen Grove Lifestyle Center located at 7301 S Santa Fe Dr, Littleton, CO offers an open-air venue for visiting exciting designer stores and excellent restaurants.

The Streets at SouthGlenn Mall at 6911 S University Blvd, is getting a face-lift after all these years. From a closed in mall, The Streets at SouthGlenn Mall will become an open-air venue with freestanding buildings. Macy’s and Sears are still open during this renovation process.

Southwest Plaza at 8501 West Bowles Ave, Littleton, phone 303 973 5300 featuring Dillard’s, Macy’s, JCPenney, Sears, Footlocker, Dick’s Sporting Goods and over 150 specialty stores,