Sister city to Denver and 30 miles to the north, Boulder boasts thriving business, higher education, and residential community. Home to the Flatirons and many start-up companies, Boulder residents enjoy a bustling town with easy backyard access to the great outdoors.
The lifestyles trends below are based on billions of social media data points broken down into 52 segments and mapped at the neighborhood level. The scores indicate the prevalence of each segment in an area.
The percent ratings below indicate the portion of area residents who commute to work by walking, car, public transit, or cycling. The most popular method of commuting in this area is car, used by 56% of people, and the average commute time to work is between between thirty and forty-four minutes. Of those commuters, 49% of them leave for work between 6 and 8 AM.
The climate data below highlights environmental factors that Boulder, Colorado, faces from climate change in the coming years. The risk scores are based on the latest modeling data from climate scientists, universities, and federal agencies.
The average risk due to climate change for this area is .