What you need to know about Pueblo, CO

Pueblo is a multicultural community in Southeastern Colorado at the confluence of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek. Downtown's 1.5-mile Historic Arkansas Riverwalk Project serves as a centerpiece for the city's three-district Creative Corridor of galleries, cultural destinations and events. One such festival, the hugely popular Loaf ‘N Jug Chile & Frijoles Festival, celebrates Pueblo's famous green chiles. While there's definitely a sense of history here — Pueblo made Livability.com's Top 10 Cities for Historic Preservation list, the city enjoys contemporary recognition on both national and international levels as the home of Colorado State University-Pueblo (2014 NCAA Division II Football National Champions) and Professional Bull Riders, Inc.

Top 10 Historic Preservation Cities 2012
Top 10 Cities For Book Lovers 2010
Top 10 Food Festivals 2011
Pueblo, CO Neighborhoods
Including Pueblo West, Pueblo Springs Ranch, and more.
Top Employers in Pueblo, CO
Pueblo, CO Top Employers are school districts, medical centers, county boards, and manufacturing facilities.
Agriculture Industry Flourishes in Pueblo, CO
Pueblo's unique advantages make it a top agricultural center

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Population

107,706
Up by 3.79%
Pueblo, CO Corporate College
Pueblo, CO Corporate College Tackles Workforce Development Needs
Pueblo Corporate College customizes instruction to businesses, students
Pueblo, CO Small Businesses
Pueblo, CO Introduces Program to Help Very Small Businesses
Initiative provides microgrants to nurture small businesses

Nearby Cities

Pueblo, CO Goodnight Barn
Goodnight Barn Historic Preservation Committee Keeps Pueblo, CO History Alive
Preservation committee works to restore Charles Goodnight barn
Pueblo, CO Arts and Culture
Pueblo, CO Arts Scene Keeps Growing
Arts scene expands with incubator, big exhibits, events

Housing

Homes Owned 57.33%
57.33% Complete
Homes Rented 42.67%
42.67% Complete

Real Estate

In Pueblo, Colorado


Ready to move to Pueblo? There are a variety of housing options in the area. Click below to learn about the recent trends, average home values and even a few current real estate listings in Pueblo.
Pueblo, CO Restaurant Brues Alehouse
Pueblo Restaurants Spice Up Spring With Chile-Inspired Contest
Competition yields new, inventive ways to cook with Pueblo's favorite food

Median Home Price

$113,300
Lower than the state average
Pueblo, CO Home of the Heroes Mural
Pueblo, CO Home of Heroes
National Congressional Medal of Honor Society returns in 2017
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8 Reasons to Move to Pueblo, CO
Long-known as "Steel City," Pueblo boasts a diversified economy, an impressive array of recreational opportunities and a blissfully low cost of living.
Why did pewag choose Pueblo? There are many reasons, but here are a few: Access to the supply chain, skilled and qualified workforce, training capabilities with Pueblo Community College, tireless support from Pueblo Economic Development Corporation, and economic incentives from the City of Pueblo.

Mike Uhrenbacher, pewag USA president

Schools

In Pueblo, Colorado


The quality of a school district is often a top factor for parents considering where to live. Strong school systems attract new residents and help their cities prosper. See how Pueblo rates.

Median Household Income

$34,889
Lower than the national average

Business

In Pueblo, Colorado


Being a great place to live and being a great place to work often go hand-in-hand. Here’s what the business and employment climate is like in Pueblo.
Pueblo CO Lake Pueblo State Park
Pueblo, CO Neighborhoods
Including Pueblo West, Pueblo Springs Ranch, and more.
Pueblo CO Pueblo West Emergency Services - Parkview Medical Center
Top Employers in Pueblo, CO
Pueblo, CO Top Employers are school districts, medical centers, county boards, and manufacturing facilities.

Residents

Most residents are
5-17 Years old
Pueblo CO Sangre de Cristo Ballet Theatre at Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center
Pueblo, CO Arts & Culture Overview
Many venues and activities are available to residents
Pueblo, CO Education Overview
Area enjoys two public school districts, three colleges and two private academies.
Pueblo CO Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Agriculture Industry Flourishes in Pueblo, CO
Pueblo's unique advantages make it a top agricultural center

Health

In Pueblo, Colorado


Access to quality hospitals, doctors and health-care providers is just part of what makes a healthy community. Here’s how to get and stay healthy in Pueblo.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree 19%
19% Complete
Graduated High School 86%
86% Complete
Green Chili peppers
Pueblo's Green Chilies Help Grow the City's Brand
Pueblo's Green Chiles Help Grow the City's Brand

Pueblo, CO's Livability Rankings

Top 10 Historic Preservation Cities 2012
Top 10 Cities For Book Lovers 2010
Top 10 Food Festivals 2011
Top 10 Foodie Cities 2012

More About Pueblo, CO

Pueblo, CO Corporate College Tackles Workforce Development Needs
Pueblo Corporate College customizes instruction to businesses, students
Pueblo, CO Introduces Program to Help Very Small Businesses
Initiative provides microgrants to nurture small businesses
Goodnight Barn Historic Preservation Committee Keeps Pueblo, CO History Alive
Preservation committee works to restore Charles Goodnight barn
Pueblo, CO Arts Scene Keeps Growing
Arts scene expands with incubator, big exhibits, events
Pueblo Restaurants Spice Up Spring With Chile-Inspired Contest
Competition yields new, inventive ways to cook with Pueblo's favorite food
Pueblo, CO Home of Heroes
National Congressional Medal of Honor Society returns in 2017
8 Reasons to Move to Pueblo, CO
Long-known as "Steel City," Pueblo boasts a diversified economy, an impressive array of recreational opportunities and a blissfully low cost of living.
Pueblo, CO Neighborhoods
Including Pueblo West, Pueblo Springs Ranch, and more.
Top Employers in Pueblo, CO
Pueblo, CO Top Employers are school districts, medical centers, county boards, and manufacturing facilities.
Youth Rodeo in Pueblo, CO
The National LIttle Britches Rodeo Association in Pueblo, CO is a youth rodeo club that competes throughout the US.
Pueblo, CO Arts & Culture Overview
Many venues and activities are available to residents
Pueblo, CO Education Overview
Area enjoys two public school districts, three colleges and two private academies.
Agriculture Industry Flourishes in Pueblo, CO
Pueblo's unique advantages make it a top agricultural center
Pueblo's Green Chilies Help Grow the City's Brand
Pueblo's Green Chiles Help Grow the City's Brand
New Visit Pueblo App Lets You Explore the City Using Your Fingertips
New Visit Pueblo app puts city at your fingertips
Pueblo Continues Riverwalk Development
Riverwalk projects include exhibition hall, three plazas, water park
Medical Centers in Pueblo, CO
St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center and Parkview Medical Center serve the Pueblo community
Pueblo, CO Chamber Is Busy with Tourism
Four well-attended events are among more than a dozen each year that are organized by the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce.
Specialty Restaurants and Foods in Pueblo, CO
Discover some of Pueblo's best places to enjoy epicurean eats and fine wines
CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves' Football Victories Rally Community
A football program's rise to the top thrills fans and galvanizes a city
Speeding Sausages Sustain Local Heritage in Pueblo, CO Community
Slovenian klobase (kielbasa) races help nourish a historic Pueblo community.
Civic Engagement Enhances Downtown Pueblo Revitalization
Dedicated residents walk the talk when it comes to revitalizing downtown.
Active Living for All Ages: Pueblo's Appeal Spans Generations
Pueblo appeals to the young of age and at heart.