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Stone Creek Mortgage assists home buyers with mortgages. Seeking a mortgage lender licensed in Colorado and operating in Westminster? Stone Creek Mortgage is the right Colorado Loan originator to choose in Westminster. Westminster is home to Butterfly Pavilion and other great attractions.

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The Arapaho Indians called the Crown Point (Gregory Hill) area as home but when gold was discovered in the South Platte River Valley in 1858, many prospectors came to the area of Westminster, Colorado to seek their fortunes. The Land Act of 1862 also brought settlers to the Westminster area.

Pleasant DeSpain built a home in 1870 on 160 acres of land that is now West 76 th Avenue and Lowell Street. This area was known as DeSpain Junction and attracted settlers as well as horse breeder, Edward Bruce Bowles. Bowles was instrumental in constructing Westminster’s train depot in 1881.

C.J. Harris, a Connecticut real estate developer, arrived in 1885 to DeSpain Junction and bought up land. The town was renamed “Harris Park.” In 1891, construction began on the famous Westminster Castle. It was also known as “The Princeton of the West” and can be seen today on West 83 rd Avenue and Federal Boulevard.

By 1911 the town was incorporated and renamed to Westminster, Colorado in honor of Wesminster University in London, England.

Today Westminster, Colorado is a growing suburban community offering a wide choice of housing, excellent schools, recreational activities and public facilities.


Westminster, Colorado sits at 5,059 feet above sea level and is ranked 24 th as the best place to live in the US by Money magazine. Westminster has a total area of 32.9 square miles of which 31.5 square miles is land and 1.4 square miles is water. Located in Adams County and parts of Jefferson County, Westminster is north – northwest of Denver, Colorado.

The median family income is $72,551. The total population of Westminster, Colorado is 105,100 people. There are approximately 38,343 households and 26,034 families residing in Westminster. This makes the city the seventh most populous city in the state of Colorado and the 235 th most populous city in the U.S.


One of the oldest neighborhoods in Westminster, Colorado is Shaw Heights. Westminster offers hundreds of great neighborhoods with schools and parks. Some of these neighborhoods include Ranch Reserve, Quail Hill, Cedar Bridge, Asbury Acres and Park Side Trails. The median home price in Westminster, Colorado is $220,000.

If you are considering moving to Westminster, 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 Westminster, Colorado. Even if you are unable to obtain conventional financing on any property in Westminster, Seth Taylor at Stone Creek Mortgage can find the right financing for you. He has funded loans within 96 hours of the initial request and finds you the right and fairest solution for your home mortgage loan.


Bowles House Museum located at 3924 W 72nd Ave, Westminster, Colorado, phone 303 430 7929 was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Edward Bruce Bowles built this Italianate Vernacular farmhouse where he and his wife and nine children lived. The house is red, sand brick with matching mortar comparable to the 1870 architectural structure. The Italianate style features a low-pitched, hipped roof against a symmetrical box-like building. Curved stonework surrounds the windows and doors giving the building a classic look.

Pillar of Fire Church located at 1302 Sherman St. , Denver, Colorado , phone 303 839 1500 was purchased from Denver in the 1920’s. This majestic neo-Romanesque-style building built in 1892 was built in the area known as Crown Point. The building was considered the most beautiful architectural design of the time. The Pillar of Fire was built to be used as a school that had 60 students attending classes in the first year. However, financial difficulties befell and only a few years later, caused the college to close. The Pillar of Fire church purchased the buildings and 40 acres in January 1920. The Richardson Romanesque style is what makes this building so unique. Its red sandstone structure and a tower along with arch designs above windows and doors makes this most interesting structure one of the attractions to visit.

Westminster, City Hall located at 4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, Colorado, phone 303-430-2400 also offers unique architectural design. You can climb the 181 stairs to the top of the bell tower for fabulous views of the entire metro area and the Rocky Mountains. Don’t forget to tour the sculpture garden and other gardens around the building.

Butterfly Pavilion & Insect Center located at 6252 W. 104 th Ave, Westminster, Colorado, phone 303 469 5441. Your kids will love touching and holding butterflies and insects at this center. The center is filled with over 1,200 butterflies in this 7,200 sq. ft. tropical forest and outdoor butterfly garden. Special exhibits allow you to watch the final metamorphosis of butterflies preparing to leave their chrysalides. Open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., admission is $6.50 for adults and $3.50 for children ages 4 through 12.

Legacy Ridge Golf Course located at 10801 Legacy Ridge Pkwy, Westminster, Colorado, phone 303 438 8998 is an Arthur Hills design measuring 7,157 yards from the championship tees, shrinking to 5,315 yards from the red tees. This Colorado-style Scottish links layout targets players of all levels with four tee boxes on every hole. Enjoy the wide fairways, generous landing areas and greens that average more than 6,000 square feet. What a better place to view the spectacular Rocky Mountains, wetlands, prairie grasses and gently rolling hills.


Westminster , Colorado hoffers the best of the city’s trails and open space system. The Big Dry Creek Trail extends approximately 10 miles from the eastern boundary of the city to Standley Lake.

Enjoy the many other trails available in Westminster designed specially for jogging, biking and wildlife viewing. The Farmers’ High Line Canal, Walnut Creek and Little Dry Creek offer such amenities.

Standley Lake Regional Park offers a comfort station including restrooms, drinking fountain, pay phone and outside rinsing showers. This facility is located on the north side of the park near the campground and boat trailer parking lot. Portable toilets are positioned in other areas throughout the park. There is also a fish-cleaning station near the comfort station. Enjoy Standley Lake’s daily overnight campground that has 60 designated campsites with picnic tables and fire pits. A four-lane boat ramp, located near the campground, allows for convenient boat launches. There are two auxiliary boat ramps, one near the south side of the dam and the other in the main day use area. Bring the family and enjoy the several horseshoe pits and volleyball courts provided throughout the park. Standley Lake’s Nature Center is also a great place to see some of the history and examples of wildlife of the park.

You can also enjoy Westminster’s areas of lakes and ponds all preserved as open spaces. Some of these areas are Ketner Lake Open Space, Hidden Lake Open Space, McKay Lake Open Space, Margaret’s Pond and Vogel Pond.


Adams County School District 50 operates the Wesminster Schools. Some of the High schools include:

Iver C. Ranum High School located at 2401 West 80 th Avenue, Denver, Colorado has 1,403 students in grades 9 through 12.

Westminster High School located at 4276 West 68 th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado has 1,106 students in grades 9 through 12.

Hidden Lake High School located at 7300 Lowell Boulevard, Westminster, Colorado has 234 students in grades 9 through 12.

Some of the middle schools serving the Westminster area are

Clear Lake Middle School located at 1940 Elmwood Lane, Denver, Colorado, phone 303 428 7526 has 585 students in grades 6 through 8.

M. Scott Carpenter Middle School located at 7001 Lipan Street, Denver, Colorado, phone 303 428 8583 has 456 students in grades 6 through 8.

Some of the elementary schools serving the Westminster area are

Mesa Elementary School located at 9100 Lowell Boulevard, Westminster, Colorado, phone 303 418 2891 has 316 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 5 th grade.

Sunset Ridge Elementary School located at 9451 Hooker Street, Westminster, Colorado, phone 303 426 8907 has 315 students in Kindergarten through 5 th grade.

Front Range Community College (Web sitehttp://www.frontrange.edu/) located at 3645 West 112th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado, phone 303 404 5000 offers an associate degree or a certificates from among more than 100 areas. Credits from courses that are part of Colorado’s General Education Transfer Program, called gtPATHWAYS are guaranteed to transfer to Colorado’s public four-year institutions. Students may also take classes individually for their enrichment or career upgrading.


Wells Fargo- Financial 
8436 N. Federal Blvd.
Westminster , Colorado 80031
Phone: 303 428 3551

Wells Fargo 
12000 Pecos St.
Westminster, Colorado 80234
Phone: 303 450 4900

Wells Fargo – Standley Lake Area 
10001 Wadsworth Pkwy.
Westminster, Colorado 80021
Phone: 303 438 4020

First Bank 
9410 Sheridan Blvd
Westminster, Colorado 80031
Phone: 303 650 8000

U.S. Bank – in Westminster Mall 
5971 W 88th Ave
Westminster , Colorado 80031
Phone: 303 428 1305


The biggest retail food chain storein Colorado is King Soopers located at 65 Tejon St., Denver, phone 303 778 3100, employs 10,741 people in the state. Along the Front Range the stores are known as King Soopers and in the mountain and rural communities are known as City Market. Fresh produce from the farming communities in Colorado are sold at their stores along with other grocery items. Recently, Colorado State Legislatures passed a bill that allows Sunday liquor store sales to begin in July 2008.

Denver RTD located at 1600 Blake St., Denver, phone 303 299 6000, employs 2,520 people and 1,063 private contractors that service 2.6 million people throughout 40 municipalities in 6 counties plus 2 city/county jurisdictions within 2,331 square miles.

Westminster, Colorado is located in Adams County that offers over 34 business parks ranging from 100 to 6,300 acres. Employers such as The Corporate Express created 500 new jobs averaging $50,000 per year.The Aviation Technology Group (ATC) moved their manufacturing jobs into the Front Range Airport to build the new Javelin jet. Denver International AirportSt. Anthony’s North Hospital Centura Healthand Fitzsimons Life Sciences employs people with different job skills.


City of Westminster
4800 West 92nd Avenue
Westminster, Colorado 80031
Phone: 303 430 2400
Web site: http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/

Department of Public Works and Utilities

City of Westminster
4800 West 92nd Avenue
Westminster, Colorado 80031
Phone: 303 430 2400
Web site: http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/

Xcel Energy
24-hour Electric and Gas Emergency Contacts:
Electric Emergency/Power Outage 
Gas Emergency/Gas Odor 
Web site: http://www.xcelenergy.com/\


The Westminster City Center area, located near U.S. 36 and Sheridan Boulevard, has one of Colorado’s largest concentrations of retail stores. With more than 300 stores, including a number of large department stores, the Westminster Mall covers over 4 million square feet of retail space.

You’ll enjoy shopping at the Westminster Promenade an outdoor pedestrian village with a variety of restaurants and cafes, a movie theatre, unique sculptures, hotel and convention facilities, performance areas, interactive water features, walking trails, a three-rink ice arena and a world-renowned insect zoo.