The Town of Elizabeth’s Olde Country Christmas and Tree Lighting scheduled for Friday December 6th has been CANCELLED due to extreme cold temperatures.
“To maintain a small town atmosphere, while encouraging community pride and responsible economic growth.”
The Town of Elizabeth has been in existence as a small, stable community since the late 1890’s. Located in the western portion of Elbert County, Elizabeth is approximately 45 miles southeast of Denver. The Town is sited at an elevation of 6,530 feet and is set in a unique pine forested area. Elizabeth has been recognized as Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The primary transportation access to the Town is Highway 86 which runs in an east/west direction.
The Town of Elizabeth is largely influenced by its proximity to communities in Douglas County, including Parker, Castle Rock and the Denver metropolitan area. Approximately 80% of the population of Elbert County live in western portions of the county and around the Town of Elizabeth. Many residents commute to Denver and its southern suburbs to work and shop. The Town’s future is, therefore, closely tied to the growth potentials of Colorado’s Front Range communities.
Telephone: 303-646-4166 Fax: 303-646-9434
Physical Address: 151 S Banner St.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 159 Elizabeth, CO. 80107
Telephone: 303-646-4664 Fax: 303-646-0676
Physical address 425 South Main Street
Mailing Address PO Box 1527 Elizabeth, Colorado 80107
Telephone: 303-646-0916 Fax: 303-646-9434
Physical address: 303 Washington Street
Mailing Address: PO Box 159 Elizabeth, Colorado 80107