Quality of Life
|Median Home Value||$465,465|
|Days on Market||13|
|2020 Building Permits
Issued for New Homes
|As of January 2021|
A variety of diverse housing options are available in and around the Town of Firestone. Whether you prefer apartment living, modern homes with a yard, historic homes in the heart of the community, or a home with land for animals, you will find it in the Firestone area.
|94% High School Graduate or Higher|
|44.7% Associates Degree or Higher|
|34.5% Bachelor's Degree or Higher|
|9.8% Graduate or Professional Degree|
Community, Events & Culture
Town of Firestone Community Events
Firestone has a proud history of offering events and programs that focus on building relationships in the community. Whether Art & Music, holiday festivals and events, or Adopt-A-Place and Clean-Up Day, many of these could not be possible without the partnership, support, and collaborative effort of residents, businesses, and other community partners. Learn more about these community events and programs and how you can get involved!
High Plains Library District
Carbon Valley Regional Library, 7 Park Avenue, Firestone - 888-861-READ (7323)
The High Plains Library system provides free access to a variety of resources for businesses online and in-person. With a library card, businesses may access databases 24 hours a day, all for FREE. There are even FREE training programs through Lynda.com where owners and staff can learn business, software, technology, and creative skills.
Online Resources offered by the High Plains Library District.
Dining and Retail Goods & Services
Businesses in the Town of Firestone offer a wide variety of goods, services, and dining options. Whether you need pet or aquarium supplies, a cake or dessert for that special occasion, supplies for your yard or home DIY or repair project, or services – personal, professional, medical, dental, or other self-care – you will likely find it in Firestone. Check out the dining and shopping options.
Firestone has a tremendous inventory of existing and planned parks, trails, and open space. The Firestone parks and trails system map provides specific information on existing Firestone parks and trails. Park shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis, but park fields must be reserved. Learn more about the Town of Firestone Parks and Trails online.
Firestone Regional Sports Complex - The complex features baseball/softball fields, picnic shelters and tables, personal need facilities, and plenty of parking to support tournaments and other events.
Healthcare & Emergency Services
Emergency services are provided by the Town of Firestone Police Department and Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District. These are supported by a network of medical service providers and offices, as well as hospitals.
- Town of Firestone Police Department, 9900 Park Avenue, Firestone - 303-833-0811
- Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District (FFFD), 8426 Kosmerl Pl, Frederick - 303-833-2742
Additional information on healthcare and emergency services for the Town of Firestone, including Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Station Locations and Haz Mat response capabilities, medical and urgent care, and area hospitals with Trauma Center Level (TCL) may be found here.